From Cab Drivers to Doctors: Indians on American TV
It is not easy being a South Asian and an actor in the US. But things could be changing says Ashish Kumar Sen.
In Conversation With Rohit Bal, Delhi’s Flashiest Designer
Rohil Bal talks about his creative process, his current state of mind, and more in this explosive interview.
Kargil: Did The Army Take The Wrong Man To Task For The Lapse?
Rahul Bedi documents the story of Brigadier Surinder Singh, the army’s fall guy for Kargil.
Makarand Deshpande’s The Man And The Stage Is His Oyster
Deshpande is a juggler. He juggles concepts; he’s juggling theatre, television, and film.
Up Close: Gerson Da Cunha On Nephew Rahul Da Cunha
“When Rahul dons his theatre persona, that is when you hear a more individual voice.”
The Sanjeev Kapoor Effect: Why Middle Class Housewives Across The World Rock To His Culinary Beat
Women in 108 countries are cooking to his tune.
Das Sreedharan: The Man Who Taught Londoners To Tell Their Avial From Their Aioli
While much has been made of the Brits’ love of Indian food, giving Londoners a taste of Kerala cuisine was a gamble since most find South Indian flavours alien.