Written, composed and performed by Madhav Khanna and Sahaj Chawla, ‘Milon’ is an ode to the journey that love can grow into.
A stand-up comedian, with an adventurous spirit and a general sense of swagger, Mansi Mehra has quite a story to tell.
From Kingfishers gracefully swooping in to sprawling felines, go through the works of these incredibly talented wildlife photographers.
Written by Ranjith Moukod, ‘Compound’ is a short film that sits as a very real slice of the times we find ourselves living in.
With her latest track, ‘Leher’, Sanjana Devarajan dives into previously unexplored territory and comes out beautifully at the other end.
In a conversation, Hargun Kaur talks about the idea of growth and the reason why she challenges herself when it comes to music.
Directed by Aju Ajeesh, ‘Kakka’ is a short film that is more a coming-of-age film than it is a social commentary on India’s fixations.
On her 105th birthday, take the time to glimpse into the life of M. S. Subbulakshmi, the leading face for Carnatic traditions in South India for...
‘Chi Chi’, written and directed by Surabhi Saral Sachdev, is a short film that touches on insidious practices and perceptions.
Meet Meeta Arora, the founder of ‘Piping Pot Curry’, whose only dream is to help you cook the things you want to eat.
Directed by Danish Ali, ‘Rent’ is a poignant short film about the idea of holding onto the people who gave us everything they never had.
‘Ek Dafa’, the latest track from Girish Nakod and The Dexter, is all about understanding the other person in their fleeting moments.
We bring you five incredibly talented artists whose watercolour paintings are nothing short of absolutely stunning.
Directed and written by Sreejoni Nag, ‘Name Plate’ is a short film that will catch you by surprise with how insightful it really is.
Meet Arvind Kywalya, an immensely talented musician and a major admirer of anything that has to do with the legendary A. R. Rahman.
We bring you four talented digital artists, with uniquely different styles, who will leave you wanting to create something on your own.
On this Independence Day, let us take some time to reflect on the manner in which art became critical in India’s fight for freedom.
Directed by Shikha and co-written by Surabhi Singh, ‘Maa Aur Smartphone’ is a short film that emphasizes the idea of returning gestures.
Meet Eshani Sathe, an incredibly talented Kathak dancer who is weaving her art into a language that you can understand.
Shikha, with her short film ‘Aadhi Raat’, reminds us of the fact that for women, uncertainty can exist in the simplest of things.