Catch Mumbai girl Sanaya Ardeshir aka Sandunes talks about upcoming projects, new inspirations and why Pune beats Mumbai on the gig circuit.
After making untamable spirits roar in Kolkata and Bengaluru, it’s now Pune’s turn to feel the Bacardi NH7 beat. We spoke to Raghu Dixit to find out all about his upcoming performance.
Interview: The ‘Starer’, ‘Fishy’, ‘Sliver’ And ‘Judger’, Cyrus Daruwala Picks His Favourite Mumbaikars
Meet the man behind the hilarious 'I Take This Train Too', Cyrus Daruwala, who has translated his love for observing train commuters into an illustrated book filled with endearing characters.
Interview: “I’m Happy I Can Talk About Films Without Feeling Guilty” Says Aurangzeb Director Atul Sabharwal
From pursuing Chartered Accountancy in Agra to odd jobs in Mumbai, Atul Sabharwal has come a long way to become a director of TV series, short films and a feature. This is his story.
Interview: “I’m Still To Realise My Full Potential” Says National Award Winning Filmmaker Brahmanand Singh
It took a lot of writing and experimentation for this filmmaker to find his style, and tell a story like he really wanted to. This is the story of Brahmanad Singh, who has created Pancham Unmixed.
From a 'struggling' singer in Mumbai, to a renowned playback voice respected as an A R rahman vocalist, Madhushree has come a long way. This is her story.
Twenty two year old design student Pranita's creative video on the city is bound to make to you smile. Watch, and meet the woman behind it.
Interview: “Real Filmmakers Don’t Get Featured In Bombay Times” Says Shamiana Founder And Theatre Artist Cyrus Dastur
Cyrus Dastur, rues over how 'real filmmakers' never get their due in Mumbai and why WhatsApp and Twitter would have failed if they were launched in India. Read on.
Interview: Sahil Makhija Talks About Demonic Resurrection And His Heavy Metal Cooking Show, Headbanger’s Kitchen
He started playing music when he was a teen, fronts three bands, hosts a heavy metal cooking show and longs to play at Rang Bhavan. Know more about Sahil Makhija in this interview.
I found about a local musician I was intrigued by, one I am sure all you reader’s would love to know more about.I speak of Nush Lewis, singer, songwriter, music teacher and Mumbai’s only harpist!