The Charming Mr. Khurrana
Ayushmann Khurrana’s films appeal to Indian audiences across social denominators, and the music in them is comfortable and romantic, with a touch of the 1990s. Does he lovingly remind India of its favourite decade?
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.
A School For Grannies In Maharashtra, And Other Things That Prove That Age Is Nothing But A Number
A 106 year old marathoner, a school for grannies and more; here’s taking a look at how some men and women who are redefining stereotypes.
“Initially My Family Didn’t Encourage Me In My Photographic Endeavours” – Saqib Majeed
The young engineer’s brilliant shot of a cricket scene in Srinagar has fetched him the Wisden-MCC Cricket Photograph of the Year award.
PEP Asia 2017: This First Ever Prestigious Photography Conference Was Held In Mumbai
The conference was a way to develop a stronger community of photographers committed to the cause of storytelling through photography.
In Conversation With Nagesh Kukunoor, Director Of National Award Winning Film Dhanak
Nagesh Kukunoor was indie even before India knew what indie was and is back with his next film, Dhanak, which is already the toast of the film circles.
Books That Should Never Have Been Turned Into Films
The producers should have known better.