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To the enchanted world

“In a world full of gadgets and smartphones, somewhere the ancient Indian culture and mythology has taken a back seat among today’s younger generation,” says the organisers of Litventure 2015.

07 Dec 2015 6:18 AM

‘Disease’ diagnosed

During an in-flight press conference on his way back from a recent three-country tour of Africa, when he was asked to comment on religious intolerance in light of the recent Paris attacks by ISIS, Pop

04 Dec 2015 8:21 PM

When Edgar Allan Poe meets Mahesweta Devi

“The idea is to introduce the public to some of the classic writers in an age when the very act of reading has become a dinosaur,” says thespian K. C.

29 Nov 2015 10:14 PM

Discovery of the other self

For artist Seema Kohli, art is about an inwardly quest—an exploration of the self. Consequentially, her forthcoming solo exhibition is titled The Other Self.

25 Nov 2015 10:07 PM

A slow transformation

It’s one of the first signs of mainstream acceptance that a transgender-led dance troupe Dancing Queens, will get to perform a full-length routine at the prestigious Godrej Culture Lab today. They tell us how they made it...

17 Nov 2015 9:16 PM


Christopher Doyle: A class apart

At the Jio MAMI 17th Film Festival, eminent cinematographer Christopher Doyle held a masterclass, where he spoke about his life and work spanning over three decades

04 Nov 2015 9:45 PM

Mapping Bollywood’s future

Bollywood’s young guns gathered for a talk at the ongoing MAMI film festival. In a freewheeling session, they discussed everything from envious launch pads to grappling with the pressure to perform

01 Nov 2015 9:56 PM

An actor with gravitas

Noted academician and columnist Maithili Rao undertakes a journey to understand Smita Patil beyond her screen image. Her book explores smita’s life, from her childhood to her untimely death, and how she inspired a generation of filmmakers and actors

31 Oct 2015 10:08 PM

Ray was my oxygen: Nemai Ghosh

He was aspiring to be an actor when a sudden twist of fate turned him to photography that he would pursue for the rest of his life, consequently becoming arguably the greatest “photo-biographer” from

29 Oct 2015 1:04 AM

Get, set Raid

17-year-old Shiana Kaur Virdi put her books aside to conquer the Himalayas on a gearless scooter

20 Oct 2015 8:54 PM


Big Show, the gentle giant who is nasty in the ring

The RAW superstar Big Show on his second trip to India offers a glimpse of the man he is behind the tough demeanour. He speaks about his childhood and how he spends his lazy afternoons...

30 Jun 2015 6:23 AM

Big Show, the gentle giant who is nasty in the ring

The air inside the green room smoked the windowpanes, and the city sky outside turned grey, threatening a street shower.

29 Jun 2015 8:30 PM

Stringing us along

Santoor maestro Pandit Shivkumar Sharma will enthrall Mumbaikars yet again, when he performs with Ustad Zakir Hussain on Thursday. Their annual concert has become a must-attend on the city’s cultural calendar over the past few years.

13 Jan 2015 9:25 PM