#ThrowbackThursday with Vishal Bhardwaj
As Rangoon hits theatres tomorrow, we revisit a 2010 conversation between director Vishal Bhardwaj and our then Guest Editor Anurag Kashyap.
O Captain, My Captain!
Be it transcreating Shakespeare into a rural Indian tale or making excitingly progressive cinema for children or even making a short film to raise awareness on issues like HIV/AIDS –producer, director, writer and composer, Vishal Bhardwaj has already established his own unique vocabulary in almost every aspect of cinema. With a critical, cult and mass following, this forty something filmmaker has already dissolved imagined boundarie. In an exclusive conversation with the man himself, our Guest Editor, Anurag
Inside our First 2017 Issue
As we begin a brand new trip round the sun, we present to you the big picture of the most important constant, Change, through our theme for January-February, Art. Our first issue for 2017 rolls out a celebration of diverse artists, both the very established and the very new and talented, and a lot more...
Our first Cover Story for the year features one of the most prolific photographers of our time. Bharat Sikka is versatile, supremely talented and a visual storyteller. This year alone, we will see him exhibit two diametrically opposite bodies of work. And along with that,
Punctuated by solid brush strokes and a bold, graphic aesthetic, Raj Dhunna's illustrative work is at once striking and engaging. We connect with him.visit...
Lola Mac Dougall, the artistic director of Jaipur Photo, tells us what to look forward to at the second edition of the open-air photography festival.visit...
Nikhil and Riya
Award-winning Journalist. Bestselling Writer. Master of Yoga. Ira Trivedi is probably one of the most interesting writers from India. Even though she earned an MBA from Columbia Business School, her love for writing took centrestage and each book she has written has left people intrigued and enraptured. She was all of 20 when she published her first book of fiction, and ever since has explored various subjects and diverse mediums, some true and hard-hitting while some, insightful and entertaining. After over a decade, she is back with her most cherished piece of writing Nikhil and Riya—a beautiful, poignant love story that leaves you celebrating life and death.
Take 5 with Afrojack
The Dutch DJ shares his quirks and secrets.
First memory of music?
Listening to electronic music group, The Prodigy, on loop.
First job you were hired for?
I first worked as a website designer before music drew me in.
Three things that influence your work?
My emotional status.
A music album you just can't get enough of?
All of Drake's music actually. Views, his recent one, has got me hooked.
When was the last time you did something for the first time?
Quit smoking in September for the first time. It's going good!
Read more about Afrojack in our latest issue. On stands now!
Mechuka through the lens
Raunak Hazarika, Photographer Raunak’s romance with the lens was kindled during a trip to Kaziranga National Park, when the idea ofread more...
Latvian illustrator Agnese Taurina’s work is bold, sensual and richly layered. Filtering and reflecting multifaceted influences from cultural undercurrents toread more...
A white oxford shirt reinterpreted with a diaphanous accordion detail; a monochrome jumpsuit with a cape for an accent; anread more...
A recent graduate from Tisch School of the Arts in New York, Sachin had found his calling quite early on.read more...
All That We Want - The Gaysi Zine
The fifth edition of The Gaysi Zine embarks on a journey to explore the unchartered realm of queer desires, andread more...