This Writer Aims to Highlight ‘American Born Confused Desis’ in His Sitcom
‘Breakfast in Bangalore’ is about returned NRIs trying to find their identity in a new landscape.
Belgian Dancers to Perform Bollywood Songs During Royal Couple’s Visit
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde are in India on a week-long visit.
You Cannot Take India Out of an Indian: Grammy Winner Sandeep Das
Indians have a global footprint, says tabla player Sandeep Das.
I Have Always Worked Under Pressure: Anoushka Shankar
Scoring music for the restored late 1920s silent film 'Shiraz: A Romance of India' was very challenging, says Anoushka Shankar.
Indian, Cambodian Dance Forms to Bring Alive Arjuna’s Brihannala in Singapore
The dance drama, Brihannala - Arjuna’s Disguise, has been created by Singapore's Bhaskar Arts Academy and Amrita Performing Arts, Cambodia.
Shooting For ‘Hotel Mumbai’ Was Eye-Opening: Dev Patel
Hotel Mumbai is based on the three-day siege of the Taj Hotel in the city by Pakistan-based terrorists in November 2008.
Expat Voice: Life in Maximum City
Portuguese fashion photographer Nuno Oliveira took a shot at working in Mumbai, and realized that India has the power to wake people up from their slumber.
Indian Adventurism is a Part of Me, Says Music Composer Colin Aguiar
Colin Aguiar takes us through his musical journey, from finding inspirations in Goan music and Kathakali to working with Oscar-winning Canadian composer Mychael Danna.
Layla and Majnun: Love, Ecstasy, Infinity
Layla and Majnun, like Shakespeare’s tragedy Romeo and Juliet, tells of an impossible young love that leads to the lovers’ untimely deaths.
Before the Applause: Kritika Pande Recalls the Making of The Song of Scorpions
Directed by Switzerland-based filmmaker Anup Singh, The Song of Scorpions stars Irrfan Khan, Iranian actress Golshifteh Farahani and Waheeda Rehman.