BREAKING! Newton Is India’s Official Entry For The Oscars: In Conversation With Director Amit Masurkar
We take a look back at an interview we did with him for our March 2017 issue.
The Photographer’s Photographer: A Tribute To S. Paul
S. Paul, who died in Delhi last month at the age of 88, was among the early pioneers of photojournalism in India.
You Won’t Believe That These Paintings Were Created Using MS Paint
We don’t know how they were done, but hats off to these artists for pulling off such a miracle.
Abhishek Majumdar Is Quietly Staging A Revolution With His Theatre Company, Indian Ensemble
Up-close and personal with the winner of the first Shankar Nag theatre award, instituted by Ranga Shankara in 2014.
12% GST On Sanitary Napkins: This Artist Is Raising The Right Questions Through His Period Art Project
In conversation with Raj Kamal Aich whose Period Art Project slams 12% GST on sanitary napkins.
Open Letter: Stop Hating On People Who Speak Proper English
To everyone who are a part of this current fad of hating on English and the English speaking population: grow up.
Mumbai Theatre’s “Outrageously Hot Guy”, Jim Sarbh, Is Back With A Death In The Gunj
The Neerja villain will be seen in Konkona Sensharma’s directorial debut this Friday. We sit down for a quick chat with the man himself.
Drishyam Films Set Up A $20M Production Fund For The Growth Of Independent Indian Cinema
Here’s some fantastic news for all indie cinema lovers.
“What’s The Point Of Thinking About Other People’s Expectations?” Konkona Sensharma Gears Up For Her Big Release
Konkona Sensharma’s directorial debut, A Death In The Gunj, releases this Friday. We ask the actor-director if she has any butterflies in her stomach.