Benares-groomed Bihari artists Sunil Kumar and Abhijit Pathak present in Delhi diverse ways of reproducing sights they stumbled upon watching nature
Anushka Sharma’s performance keeps the film going, both as the romantic village girl, as well as the cheeky ghost.
CBFC is said to have found the sequence 'incongruous' since ghosts are supposed to be eradicated not pacified with the recital of Hanuman Chalisa.
Classical Indian tunes needn’t necessarily stick to time theory if pure aesthetics is of prime importance, going by a recent Carnatic-after-Hindustani session in spring-time Delhi
Balasubrahmanyam doesn’t need Ilayaraja’s permission to perform his songs. He is an equal owner. Ilayaraja though may seek his share of proceeds
UK artiste Hanna Tuulikki’s Kochi-Muziris installation unveils the faces of curious junctures between cultures beyond the links of colonialism and seas
"As for its release, that can happen only once its script is bereft of all objections which have been raised by these organisations”
Trying to enter a new era of equal rights, Disney, in a first, had included a 'gay moment' in the film showing a manservant exploring his sexuality.
“Trapped is an urban survival drama without intermission,” says the director
Flautist S. Shashank and vocalist Bombay Jayashri come with varied facets of Carnatic music at back-to-back concerts in Delhi