Powerful People

More than a woman: Gajra Kottary

Vinta Nanda grabs an opportunity to talk to author and screenwriter Gajra Kottary about her work and also her latest release Not Woman Enough. Who doesn’t know Gajra Ko...

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Curtain calls, encores to Doctor Brijeshwar Singh!

Here, in this piece, Aparajita Krishna talks to Dr. Brijeshwar Singh, a renowned orthopedic surgeon who is leading the way for theatre to become a thing in the very interestin...

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Gup-shup with GoPu

Noted academic, playwright, writer Govind P Deshpande (2nd August 1938 – 16th October 2013) was better known as GPD or as GoPu in the Marathi circles, writes Aparajita K...

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Right at the Centre: Anuradha SenGupta

Anuradha SenGupta’s introduction of herself as a professional, best summarizes her writes Aparajita Krishna  “I am essentially an editor - a broadcast journa...

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Renuka Shahane: The Complete Woman

Vinta Nanda is on a rollercoaster ride with Renuka Shahane. The two begin from where the actor, writer and director is now at this point in her life, and go right back to wher...

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Fast and Furious: Varun Inamdar

A secret I have to reveal, if I must go forward with this interview with Varun Inamdar, is that my bedtime stories time is about watching Get Curried, his YouTube Channel, wri...

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A Portrait in words and pictures: Seema Kapoor

Isolation amidst the tranquillity of the scenic environs of Jhalawar in Rajasthan  made Seema Kapoor address this article, writes Aparajita Krishna She also sent me her...

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A Woman on the verge of abundance: Antara Lahiri

Vinta Nanda connects with the film editor Antara Lahiri, and brings to you this very interesting conversation that she had with her. "Rat-A-Tat" is one of five short films in...

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Rajeshwari: Queen of her roles

Aparajita Krishna zooms in on Rajeshwari Sachdev of a delicate, petite frame, who has a very commanding acting presence and rules the little kingdom of her very impressive cha...

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Home Alone: Neelam Mansingh Chowdhry

It’s Showtime, when you venture out with Chandigarh-based theatre artist, Dr. Neelam Mansingh Chowdhry, writes Vinta Nanda She has worked around the world, and was awar...

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A Faust for Bangladesh

Farrukh Dhondy at his best as he recounts the attempt he once made to adapt Goethe&rsquo...

December 2 2021

All about Eve: A History of the Hindi Film Heroine

All about Eve: A History of the Hindi Film HeroineThe more things change, the more they ...

December 1 2021

Memories of an advertising man…

In this fascinating first-person-account, Monojit Lahiri, known for his Bollywood-driven...

November 30 2021