A scene from Tartuffe

Bangalore Little Theatre brings three French plays to stage this weekend

Watch three classic French plays at Alliance Francaise Bengaluru 

Journey into Malgudi

Journey into Malgudi: RK Narayan's stories with unique narrative techniques

This production bings to stage the magic of Malgudi 

French twist: V Balakrishnan from Theatre Nisha speaks about his latest venture

‘Sensual, bloody and drunk,’ that’s how V Balakrishnan, founder  Theatre Nisha, likes to describe his next directorial project, Romeo and Jeannette

Sunny Leone

Fans in Kochi leave Sunny Leone speechless during her visit to God’s Own Country

Thousands flocked to M G Road — and eventually brought traffic to a complete standstill — for a glimpse of Bollywood icon Sunny Leone

Taraji P Henson

Ladies spend too much time deciding what to eat: Henson

Actress Taraji P. Henson has urged women to eat with confidence because she insists ladies spend "too much time" deciding what to eat on a daily basis.

R Madhavan

Cinema has no language barriers anymore: R Madhavan

Actor R. Madhavan feels that language is no more a barrier in the world of cinema.

Get ready for the Bite of France Festival

French food, art and music meet at the first Bite of France festival

It’s time to break free at the Chennai Hip Hop Championship

Get your groove on for this hip-hop showdown

A still from the Kaavaan Kaavaan song

Lucknow Central offers foot-tapping rhythms and melody 

Arjunna Harjaie’s music for Farhan Akhtar’s next film uses sounds of trash cans and buckets

Chandan Anand

Actor Chandan Anand bags an award for a short film

The actor known for his role in Parched chats about I Witness, his new short film

IT seems worthwhile on every level: Stephen King

Author Stephen King's horror novel It will be brought alive on the big screen next month. He says It  isn't just a horror movie, it has resonance.

TV

Wes Bentley's exclusive chat about Pete's Dragon

A dragon for a friend? That must be every boy’s dream

An exclusive chat with Tatiana Maslany on Orphan Black

Orphan Black offers sci-fi as a form of social commentary

Creating pride, celebrating unity in diversity: Anthems of a new India

The Torch of Freedom and Mile Sur Mera Tumhara, of the mid-1980s, are also abiding testimonies to the skill of India's ad makers.

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