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'I don’t just write songs, I create songs with distinct identities,' says lyricist Irshad Kamil talking about his memorable tracks
Lyricist Irshad Kamil talks about what goes behind writing songs like Bekhayali from Kabir Singh and other unforgettable tracks
'South Asia is now more omnipresent than ever before': DSC Prize 2019 lauds Amitabha Bagchi’s Half The Night Is Gone
Amitabha Bagchi’s novel Half The Night Is Gone emerged as the winner from a shortlist of six to take the coveted US $25,000 DSC Prize.
Stephen Frears' Victoria and Abdul, is a witty telling of the unlikely bond between the aged Queen Victoria of England, the Empress of India, and a commoner, Abdul Karim.
An interaction with the poet Saima Afreen, leading up to the festival Poetry with Prakriti 2017.
Shabana Azmi talks with Indulge about her father, the late Urdu poet Kaifi Azmi, while looking at the state of cinema today, as well as social movements like #MeToo
Indradhanush Theatre presents Pensato on March 25 and 29
Nandita Das encapsulates her journey of making the film Manto with her maiden book Manto & I
A rare display of antiquities of the Rampur royal family reveals prized nuggets about the cultural decadence of a lost era
Ali Fazal manages to make the relationship between Queen Victoria and her favourite Man Friday Abdul in this colonial cross-cultural non-romance look absolutely convincing.
A three-day 17th All-India Poetess Conference (AIPC) commenced at Punjab Arts Council campus here on Thursday.
Amitabha Bagchi, winner of the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2019, gives us his overview of current social affairs, and the need to carefully look back at the past.
It’s three decades down the unforgettable golden memory lane, time and again reminiscent of his everlasting crooning glory tinged with incidents and anecdotes galore.
The monologue based on the life of the mythological queen mother Kaikeyi offers a first-person point of narrative of a character that mythology has painted as over-zealous and power hungry
Bhajan maestro Anup Jalota, who had earlier stated he will never perform in Pakistan, sang verses from the holy Bhagavad Gita in Urdu in that country this week
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