malavika sangghvi

  • The legend's tee

    By now everyone will have told you about the star-studded line up at the seventh Kashish International Queer film fest on Wednesday night.

  • Shakespeare and the stars

    Monday night the stars descended on the NCPA to listen to icons Aamir Khan and Ian McKellen talk about Shakespeare and his global influence on film, art and culture

  • Kohli and Khanna batting for charity

    Chef Vikas Khanna seems to be on a roll — making waves on international platforms over the past few months

  • No more star gazing?

    One thing that can be said about the IPL is its consistency

  • 400 years of Shakespeare

    As reported earlier, next week will see the legendary English actor Sir Ian McKellen, in Mumbai as part of programme put together by the British Council and others to celebrate Shakespeare’s 400 years after his death

  • Saga of a dress

    Even before Kate Middleton wore the Anita Dongre breezy, mid-calf, Mughal detail printed tunic to play cricket with Sachin Tendulkar on the first day of her Mumbai visit, the designer had been a nationwide phenomenon

  • She wore what?

    For some odd reason the Cannes film festival has become a fashion event. Who wore what and offended our sensibilities no end captures more newsprint than the films shown

  • Some cheer in hard times

    We were happy to see son of in the news Vijay Mallya — Sid Mallya — taking to Instagram last night to post this picture of himself with his paternal grandmother, the elegant Lalitha Mallya

  • Take that Bollywood

    Exactly a year ago, we had the privilege of being on the jury of the 6th Kashish Film Festival, South Asia’s biggest queer film festival, and the first Indian LGBT festival to be held with approval by the I&B Ministry, GOI

  • Real life Piku?

    How a person behaves when they think no one's watching, is said to be the best way to judge a person's character. After all, we can all put on public faces of empathy, nobility, compassion and humanity

  • Zen and the art of making hit films

    Word comes in, that the makers of the runaway Tiger Shroff-Shraddha Kapoor starrer Baaghi, which made a whopping Rs 10.47 crore as pure profit within the first week of the film’s release, will be celebrating the film’s success with a party this week

  • Desi Enrique?

    Our jasoos in Vienna, whose been all partied out at the ongoing Jindal-Jasani wedding reports that of the major industrialists in attendance were LN Mittal, Sunil Mittal, Praful Patel (yes, he’s counted as one in this case, as he belongs to the same YPO Forum as Sajjan Jindal) and Harsh Mariwala

  • Good news for art lovers

    The opening of the Rakhi Sarkar curated ‘Experiments’ on Saturday evening at the Special Project Space, in the Bhau Daji Laud Museum which saw the renowned art maven from Kolkata making a rousing speech in support of the arts, gave rise to much hope in the community

  • Of dreams and fairy dust

    'An evening for only dreamers and doers who are ready to create magic,' read the invitation, to what was a no-holds-barred paean to the Rio Carnival-meets-fairyland at Delhi's Sainik Farm, where the Capital’s movers and shakers gathered to celebrate the birthday of designer Ritu Beri this week

  • Parsiana at its best

    "When I proposed this idea to Meher (Marfatia) so many years ago, she coincidentally had the same idea along with her friend, psychiatrist Dr Parveen Dadachanji. So it was a book that was meant to be," said filmmaker and photojournalist Sooni Taraporevala, about Parsi Bol 2...

  • No Twitter, only Kishore

    If TV anchor Rajdeep Sardesai appears far more relaxed these days, it's because he's finally gone ahead and disabled his Twitter account

  • Now, an SRK-led Film City?

    Is SRK looking at using his immense clout and unassailable perch, to collaborate with the government of Maharashtra on a new film city in Mumbai?

  • Mannat's new neighbour?

    While watching Fan the other day we were struck by two of its overarching tropes: how the film was a paean to the SRK phenomena and how it served as a brochure for fine living at Mannat, the star’s mansion at Bandra's Bandstand

  • Now you see her...

    Maureen Wadia, the statuesque and elusive wife of industrialist Nusli Wadia, is only spotted on rare occasions: sometimes at the Derby, at beauty pageants organised by the magazine she publishes and often at Zubin Mehta concerts, where she accompanies husband Nusli when his friend the celebrated conductor is in town

  • Exquisite Coupling

    It is perhaps one of Delhi’s most glamorous weddings