I’ll never forget when Shah Rukh Khan had attended the Don 2 premiere at the Berlin Film Festival in 2010
Our politicians think we need access to Wi-Fi and selfie spots more than better roads, cleaner hospitals or a single decent public toilet
To know that one’s relationship with what one has created will always be in flux between one day and the next brings an sense of surrender
Is it pricing or pop-culture that the powder, once the drug of choice for rich or famous, is now just the most regular thing at house parties
A youth choral singing competition conducted by the Mumbai Archdiocese was an exhibition of raw, pure talent minus the tamasha
Whether they go-it-alone or form a united front, Shiv Sena and BJP will have to talk themselves out of the several corners that they have painted themselves in
Autographing books at a weekend book fair becomes a lesson in patience and an interesting place to observe types of readers
In the powerful film Court, directed by Chaitanya Tamhane, the protagonist Narayan Kamble is a Dalit lok shahir, a people’s poet
Blaming the man on the street for the Bengaluru molestation incident is an easy way of absolving ourselves from our responsibilities
This year is going to be the one of embracing the rich possibilities of both failure and frugality that lie outside of one’s comfort zone
It’s a brave call to predict the Australian’s stellar career after three tests, but he might finish as one of the best batsmen we’ve ever seen
Why is mainstream filmmaker Karan Johar admitting to his sexual orientation, even if in the form of a non-admission, so significant?
As Mumbai welcomes a new statue, one hopes that the existing, historic counterparts are given their deserved place of honour in the urban streetscape
As religion is deeply rooted in the politic of the nation even before we go to polls, it is highly unlikely that the landmark judgment will yield much result
A book on BJP’s social media cell shows how pro-Modi trolling is methodical, rewarding and not the most creative, but the most violent
Playgrounds, public toilets, heritage buildings — why not convert them into useful things, like museums dedicated to corporators?
The fearlessness with which women are attacked is unparalleled. There is no threat of punishment, only a sense of entitlement
Have dating apps altogether redefined the contours of male-female contact and liberated us from the burden of intense relationships?
They don’t make it to any ‘Best of’ awards lists or forecast columns. Presenting our humble wishlist for Mumbai’s heritage landmarks and buildings as we enter 2017. Lest we forget
The PM’s announcement of affordable housing cannot be treated at par with other cities because Mumbai has its own unique set of issues and troublemakers that need to be dealt with