Mush Ado: Real Men Don’t Read Romantic Novels. Or Do They?
It’s that they are conditioned from early childhood to shy away from overt shows of sentiment, and they regard chick-flicks and chick-lit as overt-as-hell shows of sentiment.
#FollowFriday: Chetan Bhagat’s Twitter Feed Will Give You Plenty Of Reasons To Bash Him
Love him or hate him, you can’t ignore him.
Controversial Writers Who Deserve Their Own Biopics
It’s a bummer that biopics on writers are rare. We see so many of them on sportspersons.
Chetan Bhagat, We Have Good News And Bad News For You
We feel sorry for all the English Literature students who will be asked to study Five Point Someone – and write long answers on its characters.
10 Indian Writers You Should Read Instead Of Chetan Bhagat
It is Chetan Bhagat’s birthday, and we are sure that even if we don’t wish him, the rich man is going to be happy.
Ashvin Gidwani: The Rohit Shetty Of Indian Theatre
No one said making money is a bad thing — but from theatre? Let’s talk about Ashvin Gidwani, and how he’s been doing exactly that.
Pot of Gold: This Museum Invites Visitors To Use 18-Karat Gold Toilet
If you’ve always fantasized about sitting on a golden throne, then here’s your golden chance.
Kala Ghoda Arts Festival: Gear Up for Mumbai’s Largest Cultural Festival
The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, the celebration of literature, art, dance forms, theatre and music is extra special this year since it promises double the fun, with the debut of the Make in India Week.
Love and Loathing: A Biographerʼs Tale
William Dalrymple isn’t just a media darling making pithy comments from outside our precious Indian culture. He also knows what he’s talking about, feels very deeply about it, and takes the trouble to do the research. Here, in his own words, he tells us why he fell in love with White Mughals