malavika sangghvi

  • Cinema cinema

    It’s the best-kept secret in Mumbai – how the big boys go to the movies. Not for them the public oxygen and the quotidian crush of multiplexes, of course

  • Rumours put to rest as Ratan says 'tata' to Cyrus Mistry

    To say it was long coming would not be incorrect. For months rumour mills had been churning about the growing chasm between Tata Sons Chairman Ratan Tata and its current head honcho the affable billionaire Cyrus Mistry

  • It's all about the Moon

    It's been a veritable crush of famous faces trying out Luna Nudo and Luno Gusta, the city's newest and highest fine dining destinations at The St Regis, Mumbai

  • Look what you started KJO

    It’s a measure of how far right the political narrative has veered that Karan Johar, the pioneer of the regressive big fat Hindu ceremony, is regarded as something of a rebel today

  • The 'Ladies who Lunch'

    A few days ago we had coined the phrase 'Babes who Graze' to better fit those women whom the term 'Ladies who Lunch' doesn't quite describe

  • Shoo shaa and dhoom dhaam

    It’s described as the mother of all Diwali Card parties when India's Big Bull, Rakesh Jhunjhunwalla opens his heart and home to his legion of friends, fans and well-wishers later this week at his sumptuous Malabar Hill residence

  • It's movie time for the Guv

    It might be just a coincidence but the dashing and highly qualified RBI governor Urjit Patel was spotted at the movies in Mumbai over the weekend, watching Hollywood's latest mystery thriller, the omnisciently titled Tom Hanks-starrer Inferno

  • Birthday lifts for Ehsaan

    They can carry a tune for sure, but this week, Bollywood’s leading music composer trio — Shankar, Ehsaan and Loy proved that they can carry each other as well!

  • Return of Murjani with Vanderbilt

    The more things change the more they stay the same. He may have exited India and the world of luxury a few years ago to settle in Thailand, but this week, when Mohan Murjani sent out an invitation to a select group of his Indian friends, inviting them to the grand opening of the newest international brand, Vanderbilt New York, it seemed as if things had almost come full circle again

  • Malavika Sangghvi pays tribute to Parmeshwar Godrej

    I will always remember Parmeshwar Godrej as a dignified lady, unfazed and gracious

  • Lethal levels of swag

    The recent promo for Akshay Kumar's cover for a glossy women's fashion magazine, shot by Dabboo Ratnani, presents the star in exceptional graying machismo: muscles rippling under cashmere suits and gritted jaw with swag quotient at all-time lethal levels

  • Glam gathering

    This week, statuesque interior designer Kavita Singh will be hosting a gathering of some of the city’s most glamorous former models in honour of their mentor Jeannie Naoroji

  • A bouquet of Tharoors

    It’s been touted as a ‘Trio of Tharoors,’ and indeed, the Indo-American Arts Council’s upcoming literary festival unfolding this week in New York is well aware of the star power that the three Tharoors, pater Shashi, and twins Kanishk and Ishaan command when they are fielded together

  • Striking sartorial statements

    For decades, it was the go-to international label for well-heeled urban gypsies. We are talking about Easton Pearson, whose designer Pamela Easton launched her new India-centric label earlier this week at Melange

  • To see the Pope

    It doesn't get bigger than this: Sources say that Nita Ambani is, even as we speak, winging her way to the Vatican on an invitation from no less than Pope Francis

  • Actresses then and now

    Ever since she appeared on the scene, Saiyami Kher, the doe-eyed actress, whose debut film will be released this weekend, has been compared to the classic beauties of yore

  • Standing ovation for Bankster

    There is a special pleasure in seeing the children of one’s old friends come into their own in their chosen professions

  • Rima Kapoor Jain’s big bash sees creme de la creme of the society

    It is already known that Rima (Kapoor) Jain's turnout for her big celebrations on Wednesday night saw one of the best crowds in recent times, a mix of Bollywood’s power elite and Mumbai high society

  • Photos: Kareena and family at Ranbir Kapoor-Rima Jain's birthday bash

    Photos: Kareena and family at Ranbir Kapoor-Rima Jain's birthday bash

  • Catching up with Kamal

    “It’s the first time that I am actually engaging with Bollywood,” says the statuesque Kamal Sidhu about her latest outing, a series of 10 shows she’s anchoring for an international glossy fashion mag, currently airing on a general interest channel