Fathima Ashraf

Biography:

An over-thinker who needs space to sleep and sleep to not space out. A promoter of all things zen and letting people be. In her free time, she\'s either stargazing or having tea. Constantly intrigued but not easily amused, anything too much is not her thing. In love with cameras, colours and compositions, she likes to watch life one frame at a time and hopes to tell stories the best way she can.

When Chai Met Toast's forthcoming album, When We Feel Young deals with happiness, fate, love & belief

After their debut EP, Joy of Little Things (2017) followed by Believe in 2018, the band’s latest offering, May Be I Can Fly comes off as a source of solace to the fans.

24 Jul 2020

DJ Bala's The Sunday Show hopes to spread joy and positivity during the pandemic

The show that goes live on Mixcloud lasts for three to four hours, primarily features classic favourites from the `70s onwards

16 Jul 2020

Shilpa Natarajan's latest single, Haunted addresses trauma and how one deals with it

After Lockdown, Tamil and English versions of Oshi and Day & Night - a collab with Basho, the 32-year-old has now released her latest called Haunted.

17 Jul 2020

Here's why MILI’s latest release Keep The Hope Alive has become a quarantine favourite

MILI's newly-released single Keep The Hope Alive might be just what you need to beat those lockdown blues.

16 Jul 2020

Nrithya Andrews' latest single One Day is all about the 'circle of life'

  Ahead of her performance on INDULGE Saturday Night Insta live Nrithya Andrews gets candid about her new single, One Day

11 Jul 2020

'Sufiyum Sujatayum's background score is the best I have ever made': M Jayachandran 

As the songs from Sufiyum Sujatayum continue to make waves, we speak to M Jayachandran about making music that stick, completing over 25 years in the industry and future projects.

10 Jul 2020

'There is a surge in quality and a reinvigorated push for excellence': Manish Chaudhari on digital content, Aarya and lockdown fitness

In Ram Madhvani’s crime drama Aarya, Manish pulls off inspector Shekhawat, a ruthless but nonchalant gangster with much ease.

03 Jul 2020

Prominent LGBTQIA+ members discuss Pride events going digital, mainstream media and changes they wish to see

With events going digital, prominent members of the LGBTQA+ community share their thoughts on online events, representation in mainstream media and the changes they wish to see.

12 Jun 2020

World Environment Day: Are the improvements in nature brought by COVID-19 lockdown here to stay?

As the Covid-19 lockdown has brought human lives across the world to a standstill, the tangible improvements in the environment have given us hope that the planet Earth, can indeed be saved. 

05 Jun 2020

'Working with Anurag Kashyap was too distant a dream': Roshan Mathew on Netflix film, Choked

Actor Roshan Mathew discusses his foray into Bollywood, love for theatre and realising his dream of working with Anurag Kashyap.

23 May 2020

Celebs are opening up their wardrobe for this Instagram auction to help aid coronavirus relief

Fortunately, there are also people who have taken it upon themselves to help out the needy in ways that they can.

19 May 2020

Sameea Bangera on quarantine cooking, at-home workouts and being the poster girl for body positivity

Sameea spoke about how she's been dealing with the lockdown, her experiments in the kitchen and what she's enjoying on Netflix during this home quarantine period.

18 May 2020

Saturday Night Insta Live: Get up close and personal with your favourite celebs as they take over Indulge Instagram 

With an aim to stay connected with our readers and to give our followers a chance to interact with their favourite celebs, Indulge launched its brand new online series 'Saturday Night Insta Live.' 

17 May 2020

How pro photographers are stretching their creative muscles for unique projects during the lockdown

At Indulge, we spoke to a bunch of these lensmen who have gone out of their way to stay creative during this lockdown.

23 Jun 2020

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