Neha Kirpal

Home, identity and finding one's own: Jahnavi Barua on the 'Undertow' propelling her latest work

The themes of identity and a longing for homecoming always run through author Jahnavi Barua’s works

10 Oct 2020

Pop goes the ghazal: 'The Aryans’ former member Sadu back to serenade fans with new sound

He is particular about making sure that no instrument is harsh, which would disturb the soul of the composition.

04 Oct 2020

Sixth edition of Aditya Birla Group’s theatre initiative 'Aadyam' gets digital makeover

Shorn of live entertainment, virtual has become the new calling card for artists of all hue.

03 Oct 2020

Pop music is like a blind date, says 'Iconyk' aka Nikhil Malik

This Mumbai and Los Angeles-based pop-rap producer and DJ has just recorded the first installment of his series of Instagram-based collaborative projects, titled Strangers in My Bedroom.

26 Sep 2020

Inside award-winning Tamil author Perumal Murugan’s world

The stark contrast between the two works show the Tamil author’s evolution over a period of three decades.

26 Sep 2020

When going left is right: Meet Maxime Zecchini - A pianist who masters his art using one hand

French classical pianist Maxime Zecchini, known for his ‘left hand repertoire’, has a virtual concert on the Alliance Française de Delhi’s social media pages.

25 Sep 2020

I wrote the novel through observations and curiosity about Pune, says Writer Avni Doshi

Dubai-based writer Avni Doshi has reason to celebrate.

12 Sep 2020

'Lallan Sweets' book review: A sweet sojourn

Author of Once Upon a Curfew, a love story set during India's Emergency years, Srishti Chaudhary is back with another new heartwarming tale—Lallan Sweets.

05 Sep 2020

'A Theatre for Dreamers' review: This Polly Samson book is a perfect escape

A perfect armchair escapism into a world that appears all rose-tinted and chintz-covered from afar.

29 Aug 2020

'The Mystery of Henri Pick' book review: Finding the 'novel' behind the novel

With a setting and cast of characters that are quintessentially French, its mysterious plot is full of twists and turns, which keeps the reader guessing till the very end.

22 Aug 2020

Lights, camera, action! Theatre goes digital, here's how you can stay home and stream in

Until the world turned topsy-turvy not many would have believed that theatre could make a smooth transition online.

21 Aug 2020

London-based author Naoise Dolan makes witty debut with 'Exciting Times'

This witty debut by London-based author Naoise Dolan has as its inimitable protagonist, Ava, a 22-year-old Irish woman teaching English in Hong Kong.

15 Aug 2020

Electronic musician Abhi Meer's evolving soundstream

The near-complete lack of social interaction has profoundly affected how the artiste creates, interacts with and listens to music.

15 Aug 2020

One laugh at a time for the comic industry amid pandemic

Zines, webcomics and now virtual comic cons—here is how the industry is changing amid the pandemic.

08 Aug 2020

'Chosen Spirits' book review: The future is here

In a sense, the book is a dystopian look at what the lives of the current generation of children will look like in the future.

08 Aug 2020

'Perform and don't perish': Delhi-based agency generates funds for performance industry workers

A Delhi-based initiative, Together For Tomorrow, generates public awareness and funds for performance industry workers.

08 Aug 2020

Mumbai-based 'The Sound Space' organises fundraiser for music classes to the underprivileged

The concert is a representation of the support TSS has built to aid children of lower-income backgrounds.

08 Aug 2020

'In the Land of the Lovers' book review: Crash course in Punjabiyat

Nanaki (named after Guru Nanak’s sister) lives with her maternal grandparents in Chandigarh since she was a toddler, when her parents tragically passed away in a highway accident.

01 Aug 2020

Susan Abulhawa: Daring to lift the veil

With her new book 'Against the Loveless World', the author reminisces about her days bound by the common theme of dislocated people trying to find continuity in indigenous traditions.

25 Jul 2020

Connecting the Dots  

Filmmaker Shilpa Krishnan Shukla presents her multilingual feature film, DOTs—written, shot, and produced remotely.

25 Jul 2020

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