A Mumbai mulgi who has lived through the world returns to her roots with a hit part on an Indian TV satire show that allows her to laugh at Trump and question politics
In the wake of Agrima Joshua and fellow comics facing threats and harassment, members of the community discuss freedom of speech and the future of their profession in an increasingly intolerant atmosphere
The city - sliced, diced and served with a dash of sauce.
The city - sliced, diced and served with a dash of sauce
On April Fool's Day, four comedians share memorable pranks they have experienced
Comedian Cyrus Broacha takes on new author and old buddy Milind Soman in a comic roast, at the launch of the latter's memoir
While she keeps tabs on the collection of her new release, Chhapaak, Dippy is also planning a holiday in the coming days with hubby Ranveer Singh.
Ahead of their third outing on stage together, Cyrus Broacha and Kunal Vijaykar talk about their love-hate relationship with the city.
Cyrus Broacha was keen to know if he knew every broker in town as it was a remarkable feat, which few may have achieved. Ishaan Khatter replied, "17 and counting"
On Children's Day, six famous millennials and xennials recall their favourite hangout spots as kids in Mumbai
The grand finale is on April 3 at The St. Regis Mumbai!
Comic duo Cyrus Broacha and Kunal Vijayakar have a new show that stars the former's daughter and promises to have you in splits
At a reunion of India's first set of VJs at The Bombay Canteen, we met Kamal Sidhu, Luke Kenny, Cyrus Broacha, Purab Kohli, Dino Morea, Mini Mathur, Cyrus Sahukar and Maria Goretti
The problem with Indian men, says Cyrus Broacha, in his new book, 23 And A Half Ways to Make A Girl Fall For You (published by Rupa), is not that they have no shame but that they have no game
What do Indian men do after they turn 40? Kunal Vijaykar and Cyrus Broacha find out
Megastar Amitabh Bachchan says he admires the “spontaneity” of Bollywood's funny man Cyrus Broacha and lauds him for spreading smiles.
Funny man Cyrus Broacha's new book, The Average Indian Male, to be released this week, attempts to offer readers a glimpse into the Indian male psyche. Divided in two parts, the first is an epistolary exploration of various 'common' problems ailing the Indian man, the other offers a series of essays based on nothing more than the author's own meandering experiences
Funnyman Cyrus Broacha tackles some serious issues in his latest book, The Average Indian Male, but cautions readers against taking his analysis of the male of the species too seriously
Funnyman Cyrus Broacha returns to theatre after 10 years as a flamboyant homosexual
Ace Production's One Out Of Six is a reunion of sorts for some of Mumbai's best theatrical talent � Cyrus Broacha, Bugs Bhargava, Kunal Vijaykar, Karla Singh and Raell Padamsee