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  • 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

  • Ready for a #Selfie?

    Ready for a #Selfie?

    Their catchy song #Selfie has stuck in the heads of Electronic Dance Music lovers. American DJ duo, The Chainsmokers will perform in Mumbai this week and spin their best at the Supersonic Arcade concert, and at the festival in Goa in December. Alex Pall, one half of the duo, speaks to Dhara Vora

  • It's a Rap party!

    It's a Rap party!

    Brodha V and Bombay Rap Cypher feat. Divine, Enkore, D’evil and Naezy will be performing in Pune. Here's what to look forward to

  • Grammy winner L Shenkar performs in Mumbai today

    Grammy winner L Shenkar performs in Mumbai today

    Grammy award winner and violinist L Shenkar will perform in the city today. He speaks about his music and what the audience can look forward to

  • Memories at work

    Memories at work

    Mumbai-based artist Reena Kallat’s impressive artworks will reveal how memory and imagination have shaped her oeuvre in a sharing session, over the weekend

  • Eye from the sky: Mumbai, through a Brit's lens

    Eye from the sky: Mumbai, through a Brit's lens

    Robert D Stephens has managed to capture stunning frames of the island city's geographic contours from the sky that will go on display at Mumbai Articles, an exhibition that opens next week

  • Being fat, feminist and free

    Being fat, feminist and free

    Gender activist Pramada Menon returns to Mumbai with her stand-up comic piece Fat, Feminist and Free to initiate a talk about gender diversity, with a focus on dynamics at the work place

  • Thoughts create reality: Lior Suchard

    Thoughts create reality: Lior Suchard

    Mentalist Lior Suchard is back in Mumbai with smart ideas for the stressed urban corporate. the guide tells you why you should sign up

  • These inspectors rock

    These inspectors rock

    French Rock band The Inspector Cluzo will be rocking the city today. The band’s guitarist, Malcom Lacrouts, spoke with the guide about why they love live performances

  • Nik Wallenda's life on a wire

    Nik Wallenda's life on a wire

    Multiple record-holder Nik Wallenda will attempt to tight rope-walk over 50 stories above the Chicago River without a net or harness, as 220 countries will watch him perform this feat live

  • Irish musings with author Anne Enright

    Irish musings with author Anne Enright

    2007 Booker Prize winner, Anne Enright had shot to fame with The Gathering tells Kanika Sharma about why she is not the typical virtuous Irish girl

  • Theatre of change with Mumbai's kids

    Theatre of change with Mumbai's kids

    After months of practice, The Maya Musical is ready to be staged, to celebrate five years of Teach for India. the guide speaks to its founder and CEO, Shaheen Mistri, on this journey of dreams

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