Lachmi Deb Roy | Author at https://outlookindia.com
As Madhuri Dixit makes a comeback with ‘Fame Game’, the Bollywood actor says OTT is like a cultural hub and it is changing the roles for women.
Co-director Sushmit Ghosh of ‘Writing With Fire’ says, 'the protagonists of the film are Dalit women and they are championing the true values of journalism, democracy and doing it in the most compassionate way possible.'
A couple can spend a gloriously romantic evening complete with the cliched candlelight dinner, and slow dancing, but the memory wouldn’t become real until it was shared on social media, and validated by likes and hearts of friends, acquaintances and strangers.
The pandemic has starkly exposed that even in a so-called free market, Dalits and entrepreneurs among them are denied full access to it
From stages and art galleries to digital galleries, artists will always find a way to tell their stories. But the Covid-19 pandemic has left many struggling.
Can public art in India, depicting admirable women from history and mythology, shed the male gaze?
The reason why the state maintains a strict and respectful distance from the marital bedroom is for the sole purposes of dignity and privacy accorded to a nuptial relationship in the marital bedroom.
As cinema halls remain shuttered, actors like Vidya Balan, Vicky Kaushal, Shefali Shah, Dhairya Karwa, Siddhant Chaturvedi mention how OTT has been a saviour.
'Life doesn’t prepare you for the inevitability of death...love does.'
The audio show format is gaining momentum, with India having emerged as the third-largest consumer of podcasts. Actors Supriya Pathak, Sayani Gupta and Anshuman Jha talk about why they find the medium engaging and challenging
Dating apps are playing Cupid and bringing people together even as they stay afar, making the virtual experience both engaging and interactive. Has the pandemic changed the way we date?
Effectively, decoupling is the dissolution of a marriage in the conventional sense, but with a twist. For it to work, a lot of social, psychological, economic and judicial thought has to go into it.
In an interview with Outlook, director and producer of the documentary, 'Shane', David Alrich mentions that Shane Warne doesn’t hide from his personal stories because he knows that’s what made him so special.
The pandemic hit stage theatre hard and the artists had no choice but to innovate. Digital theatre was a creation of the pandemic and many theatre artists feel, it is the way forward.
As the country mourns the death of Padma Shree awardee Sindhutai Sapkal, Outlook looks at the strength of a mother, second to none, and her journey from being an unwanted child to becoming a 'Mai' to thousands of orphaned children.
Outlook takes a look at trends in the field of entertainment in the year 2021 through the eyes of the craftsmen.
From adoption of new technologies for ease of business to reinvention of experiences in compliance with the new normal, the food industry has undergone robust transformation owing to the Covid-19 pandemic.
While most parents and kids are happy with the schools reopening after a long break since March 2020, few parents are still highly apprehensive in sending their kids to school amid the surging Omicron scare in India.
As Sini Shetty from Karnataka wins the Miss India World 2022, Outlook tries to find out why are beauty pageants in India losing their past glory.
Noted theatre personality, Mahesh Dattani explains how the pandemic years have pushed boundaries for stage theatre and given birth to digital theatre.
Children from economically weak backgrounds face the worst of outdoor air pollution
Short film boom during Covid-19 pandemic: With the appetite for consumption increasing and attention span changing, audiences are becoming more receptive to the micro-content of short films.
High levels of air pollution can trigger asthma attacks in children and adversely affect those already inflicted with it. It can affect lung development.
Getting a break in Bollywood is one thing, it is another to become a star. There's a publicity machinery at work in the film industry that churns up media frenzy, of course at a price.
As veteran actors, Poonam Dhillon, Padmini Kolhapure, Sushmita Sen, Raveena Tandon, Madhuri, Shilpa Shetty, Raj Babbar make a comeback through digital platforms, Outlook looks at how ageism plays out in Bollywood.