A cool, memorable repertoire, there’s something remarkable about Raghubir Yadav’s versatility
Kalki Koechlin on mainstream cinema, content-driven films ahead of the back-to-back release of her two films, Ribbon and Jia Aur Jia.
Kindling his roles with delightful nuance, Pankaj Tripathi steals the show
Modern theatre students discover the benefits of classical training in the Koodiyattam tradition
"In Hugh Hefner's passing away last week, we have lost a trailblazer, someone who followed his bliss," says Sherlyn Chopra
National award-winning director Hansal Mehta talks about this happy, hectic time, the joys of film-making and working with actors such as Kangana Ranaut and Rajkummar Rao.
It’s straight A for mid-budget, content-driven films at the box office this year while the star-power formula flails nervously
Shanbag has perfected the use of music and drama in his productions over time. The show is also accompanied by interesting graphics.
Spurred by the failure of formula films, the Hindi film industry catches a new-found obsession
Siddharth Malhotra talks about taking chances in the Bollywood's commercial space and his dream of providing accomodation to single stugglers in the city...
For all its adaptability issues, the piano has had a century’s tryst with Indian classical. The saga is getting sprightlier.
Cinema, the site of endless possibility. Could there have been a better place to create our utopias? The ‘independence’ generation tried, then decades of the ‘nation-state’ experience brought in fatigue. Now the landscape is barren, selfish, but flowers bloom in corners.
Indian art issued forth from a deep need to establish an ideal aesthetic. Market forces have hewn off the two, but a vanguard still explores the frontiers.
A new world where movies old and new and serials stream into your exclusive screens in excess
The last of the Dagar Saptak goes. Dhrupad has to find its way, as always, alone.