Powerful People

Around his world with Aditya Raj Kapoor

Aparajita Krishna talks to Aditya Raj Kapoor, a keen biker traveled across half the world on his two-wheeler, author of books and learner like his father, one of the greatest ...

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His own terms: Sharad Raj

Ek Betuka Aadmi Ki Afrah Raatein is now streaming on Eventscape Vod Platform. Vinta Nanda has a chat with director Sharad Raj about his film and other things. Ek Betuka Aadmi...

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Photo Feature: The gifted Vickky Idnaani

Vinta Nanda collided with photographer Vickky Idnaani at a dinner party the other day and here she reproduces a fun conversation she had with him. He started his career with ...

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Making films is my coping mechanism: Shabnam Sukhdev

Here’s Vinta Nanda in conversation with documentary filmmaker Shabnam Sukhdev, who just completed her short film titled ‘Unfinished’ while completing her Mas...

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Kitu Gidwani: Distinctly Yours!

Aparajita Krishna flashbacks and forward with the life and times of Kitu Gidwani – an actor with, perhaps, the most well etched repertoire of work across so many years. ...

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I want to work on daydreaming: Sadiya Siddiqui

Aparajita Krishna has a long extensive conversation with Sadiya Siddiqui, whose journey is full of stories to tell. Sadiya Siddiqui carries in her petite, fragile frame an im...

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Grusha Kapoor on her Acts!

Aparajita Krishna walks down the road of actor Grusha Kapoor’s life, and career, which started at the young age of 15. Grusha Kapoor is a child of theatre and one who h...

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Mahishasur Marddini: Endless Night…

Filmmaker Ranjan Ghosh speaks to Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri about his soon-to-be-released film… It is instantly intriguing when a director calls his film ‘a letter o...

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Ritu Nanda’s memoir by Sathya Saran

Being Ritu Nanda: The Unforgettable Story of Ritu Nanda was released recently, here’s the writer Sathya Saran in conversation with Vinta Nanda, along with an excerpt fro...

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Love me if you can: Khwaja Ahmad Abbas

“Love me if you can”, says the last will and testament of Khwaja Ahmad Abbas, writes Juhi Saklani  The desire is couched as a friendly suggestion and is not ...

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Two-in-one

Film historian Dhruv Somani tracks the double-pronged career of Feroz Khan, as...

December 4 2022

WE THE PEOPLE!

Humra Quraishi questions the whereabouts of missing children on Human Rights Day, a...

December 3 2022

Government in Hibernation - Lay-offs Rampant

Instead of preparing the youth for difficult times ahead, the government of India is lea...

December 2 2022