Arts & Entertainment
Chopin Canarese
Arts & Entertainment Magazine August 28, 2017
Piano Land
For all its adaptability issues, the piano has had a century’s tryst with Indian classical. The saga is getting sprightlier.
Desire And The Gospel Of Dream
Arts & Entertainment Magazine August 21, 2017
The Perfect Plot
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.
  • New Brushes
    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.
The Binge Watch Web
Arts & Entertainment Magazine August 14, 2017
Digital Potato
A new world where movies old and new and serials stream into your exclusive screens in excess
The Frame Can Be Wider
Arts & Entertainment Magazine August 07, 2017
Off Studio
Kamal Haasan’s anti-corruption outbursts of late can well be signs of the star’s next move: politics
Double Barrel Tax Gun
Taxing Entertainment
The TN government keeps entertainment tax on movie tickets even post-GST
Anyone For A Second Show?
Star’s Fall
Talent, hubris and plain sin...suddenly, the lights turned red for the hero. Dileep’s journey—from a nowhere boy in old kolhapuris to superstar—has veered off to jail.
The League Of Extraordinary Devasurans
Mollywood Tales
On-screen shaming, real-life rape and blackmail: the hyper-masculine world of Malayalam pop films
Roaring Forties Storm B-Town
The Heroine Age
Actresses from the Eighties and Nineties are reclaiming Bollywood territory
In The Mood For Entrancement
Going Indie
Indie films are a fresh cinematic breeze. But to make them viable requires fiercely independent strategy.
Masks Worn Behind Camera
Screen Lives
The irresistible rise, and magnetic pull, of the Bollywood biopic
Chopin Canarese
Arts & Entertainment Magazine August 28, 2017
For all its adaptability issues, the piano has had a century’s tryst with Indian classical. The saga is getting sprightlier.
Desire And The Gospel Of Dream
Arts & Entertainment Magazine August 21, 2017
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.
Between Motives And Motifs
Arts & Entertainment Magazine August 21, 2017
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.
The Binge Watch Web
Arts & Entertainment Magazine August 14, 2017
A new world where movies old and new and serials stream into your exclusive screens in excess
The Unheard Symmetry
Arts & Entertainment Magazine August 14, 2017
The last of the Dagar Saptak goes. Dhrupad has to find its way, as always, alone.
The Frame Can Be Wider
Arts & Entertainment Magazine August 07, 2017
Kamal Haasan’s anti-corruption outbursts of late can well be signs of the star’s next move: politics
“It Is Convenient To Express Your ­Hatred, It’s Scary”
Arts & Entertainment Magazine August 07, 2017
Actor Anushka Sharma opens about her character in 'Jab Harry Met Sejal' and what it takes to be a good actor...
Double Barrel Tax Gun
The TN government keeps entertainment tax on movie tickets even post-GST
Putting The Record Straight
LPs slumber on in memories and attics. That is until now, when a generation bred on sparkling digital clarity has discovered vinyl’s unmatched depth of sound. India is part of an exhilarating global comeback of analogue music.
Book Of Stones
Why is modern Indian sculpture a story obscured in shadows?
Anyone For A Second Show?
Talent, hubris and plain sin...suddenly, the lights turned red for the hero. Dileep’s journey—from a nowhere boy in old kolhapuris to superstar—has veered off to jail.
The League Of Extraordinary Devasurans
On-screen shaming, real-life rape and blackmail: the hyper-masculine world of Malayalam pop films
Roaring Forties Storm B-Town
Actresses from the Eighties and Nineties are reclaiming Bollywood territory
In The Mood For Entrancement
Indie films are a fresh cinematic breeze. But to make them viable requires fiercely independent strategy.
Cauvery Gurgles Alongside The Still Alps
Melody and harmony hold respective keys to music in East and West. Their confluence is an Indian master’s track.
Masks Worn Behind Camera
The irresistible rise, and magnetic pull, of the Bollywood biopic
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