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  • A candid chat with Bickram Ghosh and Sonu Nigam

    A candid chat with Bickram Ghosh and Sonu Nigam

    Percussionist Bickram Ghosh and singer Sonu Nigam, who have been friends for five years, get along like a house on fire. The duo speaks about steering clear of clichés in their latest album, The Music Room, and the special bond they share

  • It's going to be women who will lead the way: Arianna Huffington

    It's going to be women who will lead the way: Arianna Huffington

    Arianna Huffington, editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post launched the Indian edition of the world’s most powerful blog, this Monday. Kanika Sharma caught up with the Greek-American author when she was recently in Mumbai

  • Ricky Kej nominated for Grammy Awards

    Ricky Kej nominated for Grammy Awards

    First ever Indian to be Nominated for the Best New Age Album Category

  • Now showing at The Ganesh Talkies

    Now showing at The Ganesh Talkies

    Expect a blend of shiny objects, Bollywood movies and Bappi Lahiri when The Ganesh Talkies, a young band from Kolkata performs in Mumbai tomorrow

  • Simon Green: My music exists in a space between many genres

    Simon Green: My music exists in a space between many genres

    Simon Green aka Bonobo hopes to defy genres given his diverse oeuvre, a point he is insistent to prove as he gears up for his debut show in India, next week

  • Special Feature: 14 lesser-known facts about Walt Disney

    Special Feature: 14 lesser-known facts about Walt Disney

    December 5th marks the 113th birth anniversary of animation legend Walt Disney. While his many outstanding contributions in live action and animated filmdom are legendary, we take a look at some things you may or may not know about the man...

  • Strings, up close, and personal

    Strings, up close, and personal

    Currently on a break, Pakistani band Strings recently played against Euphoria in a sound clash concert in Dubai. In an email interview, the band talks shop, and opens up about the reason for their comeback, and why they will never stop making music

  • A home in the Himalayas

    A home in the Himalayas

    In a new travelogue on MTV Indies, Way Back Home, two travellers capture their long, winding journeys amid stunning locales in the Himalayas

  • Pile up on the chocolate

    Pile up on the chocolate

    Chocolate lovers went into depression with recent reports suggesting that a worldwide shortage of cocoa could be a reality by 2020. If this happens, it’s best to make every minute count, and begin to gorge on these goodies. the guide speaks to a few familiar Mumbai faces about their favourite chocolate-y moments

  • Books change the way we think and act: Stephen Kelman

    Books change the way we think and act: Stephen Kelman

    Three questions with Booker prize nominee author, Stephen Kelman

  • 'I'm always looking for solutions'

    'I'm always looking for solutions'

    Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Megan Mylan, who is in India to promote her short film, After My Garden Grows, tells Deepali Dhingra why she is all about seeing light at the end of the tunnel

  • Amol Palekar, pause and effect

    Amol Palekar, pause and effect

    Kareena Gianani meets the actor-filmmaker before his solo art exhibition and finds out what his art means to him at 70, and his quest for silence

  • DJ Afrojack will take Mumbai for a spin

    DJ Afrojack will take Mumbai for a spin

    Today, Dutch DJ and music producer Nick van de Wall, popularly called Afrojack, will spin his magic on his maiden visit to the city. In an exclusive interview with Dhara Vora, he reveals his love for dancing and his plans to explore Mumbai

  • 'India has shown that it's possible to live with diversity'

    'India has shown that it's possible to live with diversity'

    Questions and Answers: Lloyd I Rudolph & Susanne Hoeber Rudolph, Authors

  • Q&A with Vikram Sathaye, stand-up comic and author

    Q&A with Vikram Sathaye, stand-up comic and author

    Stand-up comic Vikram Sathaye toured, dined and lived with the Indian cricket team without playing the game for almost 10 years. His observations about the Indian cricket players is out in a book named, How Sachin Destroyed My Life. In a candid chat, Sathaye speaks about his inspiration behind the book

  • RJ Mitte: You have to learn to pity bullies

    RJ Mitte: You have to learn to pity bullies

    RJ Mitte, the handsome 20-year-old has endeared himself to viewers in his sensitive portrayal as Walter Jr, a differently-abled teenager coping with his father's cancer in the Emmy Award-winning series, 'Breaking Bad'. He opens up about dealing with bullies, landing a life-changing role for this show, and his film plans

  • Long lives the Parsi debate

    Long lives the Parsi debate

    Jiyo Parsi’s ad campaign, which urges Parsi couples to marry early, within the community, and multiply, has raised hackles among many who accuse it of sexism and eugenics. Kareena Gianani tries to decode the debate

  • 'The future is bright for angry music'

    'The future is bright for angry music'

    Heavy metal band Scribe will perform in the city today. Ahead of its performance, Nikshubha Garg talks to guitarist
    Prashant Shah about the band’s undying love for villains of Hindi cinema and why metal music will always have a space of its own 

  • Dan Brown: What's wrong if Jesus was human?

    Dan Brown: What's wrong if Jesus was human?

    From what question he'd ask Pope Francis to why he thinks it's okay if Christ were human, and a script for Bollywood, best-selling author, Dan Brown speaks his mind while on his maiden India visit

  • Members of the band Mutemath in unplugged mode

    Members of the band Mutemath in unplugged mode

    American Rock band, Mutemath is back in the city for their second outing. The Grammy Award-winning band speaks to Hassan M Kamal about the changing dynamics in their lives, and how it will affect their upcoming fourth album

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