It is time to evaluate the first half of the year 2018. It has been a mixed bag which is usual what with various exams, IPL and such deterrents. Also, as usual, some films are media made hits while the others are real box office hits.
Star Trek veteran William Shatner has revealed that he was once asked to autograph a Star Wars photo of Princess Leia in her slave costume by actor Carrie Fisher herself. The 87-year-old actor was asked on Twitter if anyone had ever brought him any Star Wars merchandise to sign.
Singer Anushka Manchanda is quite flexible and juggles many a role — from television (she was Channel [V] Popstar discovery) and cinema (has acted in Angry Indian Goddesses) to internet (has an online channel I Am Nuka to her credit).
This week’s release, Soorma, is a true grit story based on the life of hockey player, Sandeep Singh, who was accidentally shot in the back and paralysed.
It's on my radar this month, next month and the month after. Those that say it's a dying art, are exaggerating! More and more artists have innovated with the medium, making it visually alive and more vibrant than ever.
It’s the first day of class at Instagram. Students check in at two security desks and sign non-disclosure agreements before heading up to the photo-sharing app’s Manhattan offices. The 20 or so guests, almost entirely women, stride past the cluttered workstations of Facebook Inc.
For those not too familiar with Bengal’s early history, the title of this piece may not make any sense.
It may be a spirit that might never grace an award-winning bar menu or be spoken of in the hushed tones used for rare single malts. Yet flavoured vodkas are coming of age.
Biographical films in the Hindi film industry are just another thing; they don’t go by any official autobiography. They concoct their own script. As a matter of fact, few actors indulge in autobiographies because you can’t be a tell all.
Indian cinema is slowly opening up to a more realistic portrayal of women—at least urban women.
Rich. Famous. Successful. And good looking ofcourse! Is the dream of 95 percent of world population! The rest are probably too old or too stoned lying on a beach or playing video games!
Anyone who thinks that creativity in mechanical watchmaking is dead clearly isn’t paying attention.
It may sound strange, but mangoes—the succulent fruit we are privileged to eat in summer, appears to be inseparably linked with the town of Malda in Bengal.
In a world obsessed with Facebook, Snapchat and Intagram where visual evidence of every experience, big and small, is crucial and is judged by the number of shares and likes it garners, what is the significance of a complete sensory encounter? Well...
Few questions are more urgent than where to eat when you’re traveling to a place with more than two restaurants. It’s certainly omnipresent for people who are visiting New York. (“Where should I eat?” is a question any local food critic hopes to never hear again.)