Her latest movie with Suriya has got good reviews, but the director says her heart still beats for her first film ‘Drohi’.
Political scientist Prof. Niraja Gopal Jayal, chair of India’s richest literary prize for non-fiction, says accessibility for a broader audience is an important consideration.
The actor, whose new movie will release on Amazon Prime Video this week, also spoke about his recent public statements and what money means to him.
The writer-filmmaker on the inspiration behind ‘Hellfire’, a chilling book about the horrors of patriarchy.
‘These, Our Bodies, Possessed by Light’, Bhaskar’s debut novel, has been shortlisted for the JCB Prize for Literature.
Thakran, who lost her brother to suicide, says we can make a change only when we educate ourselves on mental health concerns and learn to be vulnerable.
Dr Ramanan Laxminarayan on what Covid-19 spread in India could soon look like, and why testing should now be targeted to the elderly and people with co-morbidities.
The actor, who hasn't shied away from critiquing the present dispensation, talks about finding meaning through art and what bad films taught him about acting.
Describing the Modi government as a 'tyrannical minority hiding inside this confected majority', Roy said the current regime represented a moment of rupture in the history of independent India. "We have not yet seen the formal re-writing of the constitution, but we have seen the constitution being entirely set aside," she said.
Tamil writer Vaasanthi, who has written a gripping biography of five-time Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi, explains how she charted the Dravidian leader’s life.