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.
What better way to push the boundaries of our understanding of the world than through the power of filmmaking?
25 Feb 2021
Jay Nair’s latest collaboration with jazz guitarist Ross Hammond offers a perfect blend of Indian classical and American blues.
19 Feb 2021
Gavin Boyland’s latest show, Primates reveal the strategies monkeys use to survive in the most unexpected places
18 Dec 2020
In this candid chat, award-winning actress Kani Kusruti talks about career choice, the influence of theatre in her craft and how the film industry needs better talent representation.
04 Nov 2020
In this film that has now been selected for My Rode Reel International Short Film Competition, Supriya Cheriyan grabs all the attention despite the slightly dark events that go on to unfold.
14 Oct 2020
Titled Reasonable Doubt, the 90-minute-long jury drama that will be streamed live on YouTube will feature 12 actors who will be performing from their homes over a Zoom session.
02 Oct 2020
Kerala-based artist selected for Rivers of The World project in India uses minimalism to inspire artworks
"Art needn’t be expensive or complicated. It is more about thinking creatively and differently," says Kerala-based artist Leeza John.
07 Nov 2022
Chennai-based ad film-maker Vijay Menon got inspired by the artwork that was published earlier in July and wanted to make something bigger out of the same concept.
09 Sep 2020
From Paal Kozhukattai to Choco Coconut Uttapa, here are 7 coconut-based dishes that you could make at home this Onam season!
24 Aug 2020
Stories from the field: 10 wildlife photographers share their most memorable shot and the moment that led to it
Ahead of World Photography Day, we speak to ten Indian wildlife photographers who share with us their most memorable capture and their stories from the field.
13 Aug 2020
"We hear of all these brutalities happening around the world and music is our way of expressing what we feel," says Masala Coffee frontman Varun Sunil about upcoming single, Manitham.
04 Nov 2022
International Tiger Day: Nat Geo explorer Malaika Vaz on the joy of tiger spotting and what we can do to conserve them
On International Tiger Day, we speak to Malaika Vaz, who shares her experience with spotting tigers, the role of local communities in protecting them and what we can do to stop hunting and illegal tra
30 Jul 2020
International Tiger Day: 'We should dream and aspire for more than 3,000 tigers,' says conservation scientist Krithi Karanth
On International Tiger Day, we speak to Krithi, who discusses why we should protect our tigers, the impact of the pandemic on wildlife and how we can do our part in conserving them.
29 Jul 2020
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
The show that goes live on Mixcloud lasts for three to four hours, primarily features classic favourites from the `70s onwards
16 Jul 2020