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.

“Thank You is a beautiful film about human emotions and the words ‘thank you’,” says Naga Chaitanya

Actor Naga Chaitanya, who was in Bengaluru recently, talks about taking forward his family legacy, his next film, Thank You, and a lot more, in an exclusive interview

24 Jun 2022

NCPA’s Symphony Orchestra of India comes to Bengaluru with symphonies by Mozart, Beethoven and Bizet

Conducted by Mikel Toms who is currently the Resident Conductor of SOI, the performances include symphonies by Mozart, Beethoven and Bizet

15 Jun 2022

Harsha Bhogle on his new quiz show, India becoming a multi-sport country and female representation in sports

The star commentator is back on the small screen with the Ultimate Sports Quiz, he talks about the game show and why Dhoni is a much-loved sportsperson

10 Jun 2022

Bengaluru's iconic Chinese restaurant, The Rice Bowl, reopens on Lavelle Road

The Rice Bowl reopens with a menu that includes signatures and new dishes like Crab Fried Rice and Chilli Mustard Fish

26 May 2022

Modern Love Mumbai's exploration of the life of Kashmiris away from their home is a refreshing take

Raat Rani’s writer Nilesh Maniyar and director Shonali Bose discuss breaking the stereotypes surrounding Kashmiris and offering a new perspective on feminism in Modern Love Mumbai

03 Jun 2022

Tony Award-winning play, The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia? to be staged this weekend

What makes this play such a hit is its unpredictable storyline, but the themes explore significant societal questions

26 May 2022

MasterChef Australia 2017 winner Diana Chan curates a special menu for JW Marriott

The menu includes her mother's Tamarind Fish recipe

18 May 2022

Raj Pavilion’s The Tale of The Classics features European dishes that were served 20 years ago

The limited edition menu will be served for a period of three months

06 May 2022

Actors Anson Mount, Rebecca Romijn and Ethan Peck talk about their latest show Star Trek: Strange New Worlds

The leading trio of the latest Star Trek series which premiered this week talks about its relevance, themes explored and how it sends a message of optimism

06 May 2022

The View From Above is a parody on Macbeth and a political satire inspired by the French play Ubu Roi

This new production, a parody of Macbeth, looks at the games people play

29 Apr 2022

Vanessa Bayer's 'I Love That For You' is a heart-warming comedy that looks at leukemia through a different lens

SNL stars Vanessa Bayer and Molly Shanon, and Hollywood actress Jenifer Lewis talk about their new comedy show, I Love That For You

29 Apr 2022

'I have partied a lot when I was growing up; now I want to spend time at home with the people I love,' says Sanjay Dutt aka Adheera from K.G.F: Chapter 2

The actor talks about playing Adheera in K.G.F: Chapter 2, his battle with cancer, his life off-camera and why comedy is a difficult genre

22 Apr 2022

Aaeen: This play looks beyond the Preamble of the Indian Constitution

Commissioned by The Centre for Law and Policy Research Trust, Aaeen premieres in Bengaluru this weekend

14 Apr 2022

The different avatars of Vidya Balan: Vidya talks about the success of Jalsa, paving the way for female-centric films and inclusivity

The actress talks about starting conversations with her roles and why she has not starred in a Malayalam film lately

07 Apr 2022

WrestleMania 38 exclusive: 'I am ready to tear someone's head off and Edge will be the guy,' says Styles

Just ahead of the big show, Styles speaks to Indulge exclusively about what's coming up for his fans and followers at WrestleMania 38

02 Apr 2022

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