Theatre

Alokananda Roy plans a dance-drama starring prison inmates from the US and Kolkata

Dancer and social reformer Alokananda Roy plans a collaborative work with prison inmates from the US and Kolkata

A scene from the play

The Curse of Urvashi, a new play, presents the idea of right versus wrong

This play explores the concept of right versus wrong through the perspective of Mahabharata’s Arjuna 

Kash Theatre questions the societal norms with its original play, Pardon

The theatre group was formed in 2010 by a group of six friends in Bhubaneswar.

Celebs
Alia Bhatt

I have already started thinking of baby names, says Alia Bhatt amidst dating rumours

The actress revealed that whenever she hears a name she likes, she immediately makes a mental note of the name for the future. 

Mohanlal

Happy Birthday Mohanlal: From Kireedam to Devasuram, here are the actor's ten most celebrated films

On the occasion of his birthday, let’s walk down the memory lane, reminiscing his 10 most celebrated films.

Telugu novelist Yaddanapudi Sulochana Rani

Telugu novelist Yaddanapudi Sulochana Rani dies aged 78

Popular Telugu novelist Yaddanapudi Sulochana Rani passed away on Monday in California. She was 78 and reportedly suffered a massive heart stroke at her daughter's residence in the US.

Dance
Indian classical dancer Mrinalini Sarabhai

What you need to know about Mrinalini Sarabhai as Google celebrates her 100th birthday

Mrinalini Sarabhai is an Indian classical dancer from Kerala who was educated at Shantiniketan under the guidance of Rabindranath Tagore. 

Jayachandran Palazhy

Meet the man behind Attakkalari, a space for contemporary dance and the movement arts 

Attakklari has initiatives like the Diploma in Movement Arts and Mixed Media, the only programme of its kind in India

Madhu Jayamurthy and Thierry Moucazambo

Kalaripayattu, with a difference

Witness a unique kalari performance this Sunday, that has contemporary movement thrown in the mix 

Cinema
Hirokazu Kore-Eda

Hirokazu Kore-Eda's Shoplifter wins prestigious Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival 2018

Spike Lee's BlacKkKlansman, a movie that focused on the racism faced by the African-American community, came second to Shoplifter

Mukesh Chhabra

Casting director Mukesh Chhabra launches Nanhi Khidkiyan for children

The acting workshop is a stepping stone for children who want to make it big in the film industry

Patricia Morison

Actress Patricia Morison of Kiss Me, Kate; The King and I fame passes away at 103

In her later years, Morison took up her early passion of painting, with several showings in and around Los Angeles, New York and Japan.

TV
jordan-peele

Jordan Peele who won an Oscar for Get Out on why horror films fascinate him

Oscar winner Jordan Peele talks about his directorial debut Get Out, racism and more, ahead of the TV premiere of the film

Meet Alan Powell, Priyanka Chopra's love interest on Quantico

Quantico is not returning for Season 4. Here’s your chance to OD on all the cloak and dagger action with its final season. Alan Powell lets us in on what to expect 

Viu is all set to launch the 2nd season of its most loved series Pelli Gola

Filled with umpteen fun, the show has an alluring and appealing storyline with a perfect amalgamation of dramatic sequences that take place in Indian weddings.

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