Theatre
Lijana Wallenda on the high wire

Flying Wallendas' siblings safely cross Times Square on high wire

Nik and Lijana Wallenda walked from opposite ends of the 1,300-foot wire (396-meter) suspended between the towers, crossing each other in the middle.

Anitha Santhanam

Guduguduppukkari's new play asks would you let others decide what matters to you and what doesn't? 

Theatre artiste Anitha Santhanam uses physical theatre form to explore this idea and question societal norms

A still from Sundays with Chitra & Chaitali

Sundays with Chitra and Chaitali by Isheeta Ganguly reinvents the Tagore classic and gives it a  modern spin   

When Isheeta went to study at Brown University, Providence, that she developed a keen interest in Tagore’s women.

Celebs
Yami Gautam

Yami Gautam excited to play the role of a model in Bala, opposite Ayushmann Khurrana

The actor says she used her past experiences to improvise her role in the film

Lijana Wallenda on the high wire

Flying Wallendas' siblings safely cross Times Square on high wire

Nik and Lijana Wallenda walked from opposite ends of the 1,300-foot wire (396-meter) suspended between the towers, crossing each other in the middle.

Rana Daggubati

Rana Daggubati puts to rest the ‘Southwala’ movie film stereotype and the internet can’t handle it

Rana Daggubati eloquently put to rest the perception that south Indian films cannot appeal beyond their geography.

Dance
Mokshada

Interview: Dancer Mokshda Jailkhani talks about the growing urban dance scene in India

The Srinagar-born dancer is one of the ambassadors of Budweiser's Be A King Movement.

Ramli Ibrahim

Malaysian dance luminary Ramli Ibrahim on the evolution of Odissi and his connection with India

Malaysian dancer Ramli Ibrahim reinvents the Odissi dance form in this special show 

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Salsa artiste Magna Gopal believes the Latin dance form enables higher forms of conversation 

Indo-Canadian salsa artiste Magna Gopal on choreography becoming conversation and developing online courses to spread the joy

Cinema
Vandana Kataria is making directorial debut with Noblemen

'Noblemen addresses homosexuality, homophobia and toxic masculinity': Director Vandana Kataria

Writer-director Vandana Kataria tells us what made her pick Shakespeare’s tragic play as the theme for her debut, challenges of making a feature film for the first time and her upcoming projects 

Kunal Kapoor in Noblemen

"The violence shown in Noblemen is actually what happens," says actor Kunal Kapoor about his next film on bullying

Kunal Kapoor plays a drama teacher in his next film, that is a social commentary on bullying in schools

A shot from the location of Nján Sánjo

Documentary Njan Sanjo provides insight into the life of a transman from Kerala

The 15-minute-long film has been directed by Jijo Kuriakose

TV
Akshat Singh

'I want to be so popular that when people think of dance, I come to their mind': Akshat Singh

Child prodigy Akshat Singh on participating in Britain's Got Talent and his dream of becoming a worldwide sensation like Sachin Tendulkar

Matthew Macfadyen as Tom 

Who's on TV? Get to know the cast and characters of the hit show, Succession

Star World’s new programming line-up - The Stage brings a lot of exciting shows for its audience, one of them being Succession, a show based on a dysfunctional Roy family and their media conglomerate.

Randall Park and Ali Wong

Actors Randall Park and Ali Wong speak about writing Netflix’s Always Be My Maybe together 

Sasha and Marcus who fall out and don’t speak for 15 years only to later reconnect, while being cautious and reluctant. They soon find the old sparks — and maybe some new ones too.