Rupam Jain

Theatre was. Is. And, always will be!

Ahead of World Theatre Day on March 27, we discuss how theatre has survived the test of time, the changing trends, the difficulty and beauty that it encapsulates and what makes it addictive

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Gaurang Shah's latest edit Greeshm is an ode to summer

Greeshm is a celebration of handweaves, announcing the onset of spring and summer with ensembles that are festive and comfortable

17 Mar 2023

Say hello to Susha!

Jazz artiste and performer Susha is all set to mesmerise the audience as she takes the stage for her first solo gig titled Hello, in Chennai

17 Mar 2023

 All good things come to an end: Sania Mirza on retirement

Sania Mirza, in an emotional interview with us, talks about her decision to quit; the love she thought she didn’t have in her and how motherhood changed it; and the noises she has been shutting out

16 Mar 2023

7 Against 11 and The Peacock Prince pick up pages from history

7 Against 11 and The Peacock Prince — two different stand-up storytelling performances — will take you back to one of the greatest epics

09 Mar 2023

Gita Hudson's new paintings are a tale of sunflowers

Artist Gita Hudson’s new series of paintings is all about the colours of sunflowers and the many messages they carry

10 Mar 2023

March Dance: Celebrating contemporary dance as an exploration

The festival celebrating contemporary dance, in all its simplicity in narration and complexities in form, addresses questions on history, artistic reconstruction, and role of improvisation

09 Mar 2023

Musician Martin Kartenjer strings songs for strangers

Chennai-based artiste and performer Martin Kartenjer speaks to us about making his own mark while serenading strangers on the street

02 Mar 2023

Daniel Fernandes is having the last laugh

Mumbai-based stand-up comedian Daniel Fernandes is set to present his newest show to the Chennai audience

02 Mar 2023

Freedom @75 celebrates the colours of freedom

An expert in abstract art, artist Bhagwan Chavan showcases the freedom struggle pre-and post-independence highlighting the contribution of people from all walks of life

04 Mar 2023

‘Will work free for Anurag’ says Poonam Rajput

Bagging an Anurag Kashyap film is tough, but to impress him with your acting chops is tougher. Eventually, when you get that ‘good actor’ tag, it’s all worth it

23 Feb 2023

Where words, visuals and music blend

Night of Ideas presents an evening with an experimental form of live reading with a twist of artistic illustrations and percussion 

23 Feb 2023

Bharatanatyam dancer Bhavajan Kumar to present compositions by poets from the past and present

Bharatanatyam exponent Bhavajan Kumar will present human emotions while also touching upon themes of devotion, surrender and existential crisis

23 Feb 2023

Acting was by accident, says Malavika Mohanan

Malavika Mohanan plays an older woman a teen falls in love with in her latest release Christy. She talks to us about breaking stereotypes, being a greedy actor, her idea of a relationship and more

16 Feb 2023

Artists from Nepal come to Chennai for a cultural exchange

Six artists from Nepal bring in their unique artworks that are as similar in their display of emotions as they are distinctly different in traditional art form

16 Feb 2023

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