Ayesha Tabassum


A true-blue South Bengalurean, Ayesha is the ooru girl who loves her morning workout at Lalbagh and follows this with butter masala dosa breakfast at Vidyarthi Bhavan. She writes about fitness, theatre (she always wanted to be on stage), cinema, books and art. An ailurophile and a hardcore Bollywood fan she mimics her three cats and well-known actors/singers.

Here's why comedian Naveen Richard's new show on Amazon Prime Video is relatively relatable

Writer-comedian Naveen Richard explores the theme of empathy in his new stand-up special, Relatively Relatable

27 Mar 2020

Manisha Koirala's new avatar: the actress plays a Parsi café owner in her latest Netflix film Maska

Manisha talks about working with the young actors, and life after her book, Healed.

27 Mar 2020

Huma Qureshi on working with Hollywood filmmaker Zack Snyder, her toughest role so far, and her love for pakodas

Huma, who has just wrapped up shooting for her Hollywood debut, Army of the Dead, shares her experience of shooting for the film

21 Mar 2020

Director Arati Kadav on how Indian folktales inspired her to make the sci-fi comedy Cargo

The film is scheduled to be screened at the renowned SciFi Film Festival in Australia in August

12 Mar 2020

Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari on her approach to filmmaking, her love for reading, and her next project on Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy and his wife Sudha Murthy

The filmmaker's recent short film Ghar Ki Murgi explored the idea of homemakers taking a break from their routine life

12 Mar 2020

This play on climate change looks at how the process can be slowed down

Directed by Aruna Ganesh Ram, Under Pressure focuses on consumerism, plastic consumption and the disconnect from the environment

12 Mar 2020

From Naga fare, Andhra Brahmin meals to a Bohri thaali, here are unique culinary experiences offered by home chefs in Bengaluru

Even as aggregator apps and platforms like Conosh and Authenticook have been curating some of these experiences of late, most of these chefs have made a name through word-of-mouth

12 Mar 2020

Women's Day special: Award-winning bartender Lauren Mote talks about her journey, and her favourite cocktail

A mixologist, a sommelier, and the co-founder of Bittered Sling Bitters, Lauren was awarded Bartender of the Year in 2015 

06 Mar 2020

"Afsos was challenging because the protagonist is a loser, yet we had to keep the audience interested," says Gulshan Devaiah

Gulshan Devaiah talks about his new show Afsos and reveals how he prepares for different roles

05 Mar 2020

Avatari Devi who is inspired by the laundas of Bihar looks at gender politics in her debut show

The show titled Lila by Avatari Devi, is a 50-minute desi drag performance in English, Hindi and Bhojpuri

05 Mar 2020

MP is set to host IIFA 2020, Indulge discovers why Bhopal is the ideal destination for both Bollywood stars and travellers

From heritage monuments like the Taj-Ul-Masjid, centrally-located Van Vihar National Park to the Tribal Museum, there's a lot to discover in Bhopal

29 Feb 2020

Indian Ocean performs tonight in Bengaluru at the Goonj concert

Expect new tracks from their upcoming untitled album

29 Feb 2020

Back to the war zone: Kunal Basu's new book links a human aspect in tragedies across the world

Author Kunal Basu speaks about tragedies across the world being connected, and his attempt to address the human aspect in The Endgame.

28 Feb 2020

Feline diaries: Sandesh Kadur's Felis Creations presents lesser-known tales of Wildcats of India

The new series Wildcats of India brings to the small screen rare stories of Fishing and Jungle cats.

28 Feb 2020

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