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Priyanka And The Craft Of Staying In News

Priyanka And The Craft Of Staying In News

What we read today on the Internet is not film journalism but bullet point media plugs that give you multiple reasons why you must envy Priyanka Chopra and celebrate her gown at the Oscars, her edgy suit at the TIME gala and her metabolism (She eats burgers and does not put on weight!), and her White House dinner […]






Kalidasa’s Raghuvamsam translated in English

Kalidasa’s Raghuvamsam translated in English

Penguin presents the enthralling Raghuvamsam by Kalidasa in a beautiful translation. A.N.D. Haksar’s translation of ‘Raghuvamsam: The Line of Raghu’ retells the story of the Ramayana and the ancestry of Rama and its relevance even today. Long considered as Kalidasa’s greatest work, Raghuvamsam is an epic poem in classical Sanskrit. It recounts the legendary tales of the Raghu dynasty, […]






J.K. Rowling’s Screenplay To Be Published

J.K. Rowling’s Screenplay To Be Published

  Little, Brown Book Group has announced that as part of the new publishing programme from J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World, the screenplay of the film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is to be published on 19 th November 2016. Returning to her wizarding world, the all-new adventure film marks the screenwriting debut of J.K. Rowling, author […]






The Story of Nepal’s First Billionaire

The Story of Nepal’s First Billionaire

This is the story of the man behind the immensely popular Wai Wai noodles, Binod Chaudhary.  Penguin presents his insightful memoir, Making it Big. The man behind the immensely popular Wai Wai noodles (Wai Wai has sold more than a billion packets in India alone), Binod Chaudhary is one of Asia’s most prominent businessmen. President of the Chaudhary […]






Threadbare: The Labour Film Festival

Threadbare: The Labour Film Festival

“The time has come for confessing, how we to each other are bound. to wage battle of ideas outside the mosquito net and bear bare-faced shame of each other’s regret” -Pash A week ahead of Labour Day, the city of Bangalore witnessed the naked rage of thousands of garment workers out on its streets. The […]






Kapil Sharma And the Cult Of Bad Taste 

Kapil Sharma And the Cult Of Bad Taste 

Well, Kapil Sharma is back and going by the roar of approval, laughter and cheers packed in a Delhi stadium, a large number of folks really did miss him. And if you thought, in this second coming, he would have evolved into a more..well..refined version of himself, don’t hold your breath. He is still referring […]






The Prince Of Change

The Prince Of Change

Prince frightened the hell out of me when I first discovered him as a teenager. His compelling androgyny baffled me. His charisma seemed almost reptilian. It drew you in its silky coils and never let go. It was dangerous. Erotic. His breathy voice leaving little shivers in its wake. And because this Prince inhabited a universe that […]






The Rise Of The Sensitive Soul

The Rise Of The Sensitive Soul

I have known that I’m different for a long time. I gave up meat when I was in 12th grade and also became a Reiki Level II practitioner. I dabbled in Yoga and spent Saturday mornings at a home for the mentally challenged. Yes, I was different. I felt everything more intensely than everyone else. […]






The Sleep Revolution Is Here

The Sleep Revolution Is Here

Penguin Random House presents The Sleep Revolution, a book by Arianna Huffington, the bestselling author of Thrive, and founder of the Huffington Post. In the book, she tackles the importance of sleep in our lives. About the book: We are in the midst of a sleep deprivation crisis, and this has profound consequences – on our health, our job […]






Piyaa Behrupiyaa in Bangalore!

Piyaa Behrupiyaa in Bangalore!

What happens when Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare is translated as Piyaa Behrupiyaa in Hindi by Amitosh Nagpal? Magic. Directed by Atul Kumar, this acclaimed play now comes to Bengaluru. Synopsis In the household of Olivia, two campaigns are being quietly waged – one by the lovesick lord Orsino against the heart of the indifferent […]






Fan: Homage To Hunger

Fan: Homage To Hunger

  In the 1995  Ketan Mehta film Oh Darling! Yeh Hai India, a very young Shahrukh Khan played a character called Hero, a symbol of ambition that floats into Mumbai, on a straw of hope. The film was also about a foolhardy plan to replace the President of India with a clone.  Most importantly, the […]






Why Aadhe Adhure Was No Better Than An Ekta Kapoor Serial

Why Aadhe Adhure Was No Better Than An Ekta Kapoor Serial

In 1983, BR Ishara (arguably the first director in Indian cinema to shock middle class sensibilities with films like Chetana and Zaroorat that treated supposedly ‘wanton’ women with sympathy) made a film called Log Kya Kahenge. The film starring Shabana Azmi, Navin Nischol, Shatrughan Sinha and Sanjeev Kumar had some startlingly honest dialogues about a woman […]






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