That a small, homemade, debut feature from Meghalaya scored over the offerings of Bollywood, Kollywood and Tollywood, makes this David-and-Goliath story even more masaledar
App-based and regular taxi services want commuters to shell out far more for rides, but give us almost nothing in return
What does Chandraprakash Dwivedi's film Mohalla Assi (releasing Nov 16) compel you to do? Read Kashinath Singh's Kaashi Ka Assi
What is it like to live in a devastated, chaotic, disorganised city like Mumbai - without seeing eyes?
The opposition in Maharashtra did not have any hard-hitting issues at hand, but now it has one that directly appeals to the masses - water supply
Our favourite sutradhaars discuss the newest addition to their ilk Ã¢ÂÂ the Statue of Unity
Modi doesn't like intellectuals because they'd rather use their mind to help the country than blindly accept the values he stands for
The Mumbai Film Festival or MAMI Film Festival, as we call it, in auntyish slang, has just celebrated its 20th anniversary.
As a country, it seems as if we are angrier, more racist and bigoted than ever before. Will our children pay the price?
It has taken years to put the fear of rejection behind and embrace risk, and yet, at the end of it all, I feel more fulfilled than I've ever felt before
It's happened to you. And, it will happen again, when there are too few toilets for too many people
Dictatorships have historically claimed that the will of the people is above all, and that it is embodied in a single person - themselves
The CM steps into his fifth year in office shouldering the task of winning next polls
Apart from the inconvenience, the Metro work is decimating the character of localities that might not recover from this onslaught
Reading actor Hansa Wadkar's memoir amid the sexual harassment storm reminds you of a gutsy woman who resented the male-controlled film industry way back in the 1930s
Perhaps, if women actively held their own prayer festivals at other Ayyappa temples, the Sabarimala brouhaha would die quickly
Corporate India has a long way to go before it even begins to understand what customer service genuinely means
#MeToo seems to have triggered more than ugly memories, it has banded women together, engendered a determination to end patriarchy
Calling out serial offenders from showbiz will finally ensure there is nothing gossipy about sexual harassment at workplaces anymore
It's what she does every Sunday, right after church. And each one will save an infant's life in some distant village
Instead of the expensive technicoloured light shows that hardly flatter the aesthetic of Victoria Terminus (now CST), it would be prudent for the railway gods to ensure that the upkeep and facilities within th...
But we won't be cowed, not even by the gory murder of Jamal Khashoggi or right-wing attacks on reporters at Sabarimala
With the polls coming up soon, the Shiv Sena and BJP take up their favourite issue, hindutva
Presenting my Top 10 films of the Presenting my Top 10 films of the 20th Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival, that runs from October 25-November 1
A trio of Renaissance Revivalist buildings in Chowpatty tell warm tales from over a century
The floodgates that opened in the wake of #MeToo left me with uncomfortable questions about how journalists operate
My first time making ravioli was as much a labour of love as it was an attempt at purging the rage I felt from the #MeToo horror stories
Time's up for the average-frustrated-chump-turned-office-predator
How does an Ola/Uber cabbie make ends meet once the honeymoon ends?
BJP trolls are no different than zombies: they lash out mindlessly, but never bite their own; they are an infection that is easily spread