Wave of filmmaking

Monday, 19 Feb 2018 | Team Viva

Films are part of Indian culture and they are in its DNA, says Kitty Koo of New York Film Academy. By Team Viva Moviemaking is an art in itself and a reputed film school helps the students to get acquainted with fundamentals of filmmaking and provides them with hands-on training of...

Get over yourself for Indian cinema’s progress: KJo

Monday, 19 Feb 2018 | Pioneer

Filmmaker Karan Johar is bursting with pride as he is representing Indian cinema at the prestigious Berlin International Film Festival. He feels that to achieve a global impact and for Indian cinema to progress, fellow filmmakers need to go beyond themselves and focus on the industry. “I am having a great...

Trend Blazer

Monday, 19 Feb 2018 | Pioneer

Dream come true for Parineeti Actress Parineeti Chopra, who will be sharing screen space for the first time with Akshay Kumar, says she is excited to work with the superstar in Kesari. The film, being directed by Anurag Singh, will see Akshay essaying the role of Havildar Ishar Singh, while Parineeti...

A place to call home

Monday, 19 Feb 2018 | Kiran Modi

Aftercare support and services for orphaned children who have crossed the age of 18 are still a largely unaddressed issue in our country, says Kiran Modi In a country where there is a growing population of orphaned children, a noble cause aims to solicit support to transform them into able citizens....

New found hope

Monday, 19 Feb 2018 | Priya Jain

Through the years, weavers have faced innumerable challenges but with the changing trends, they are gaining foothold in the industry, says Priya Jain While writing and debating ideas in my head to pen down my thoughts for this article, I noticed that the cotton sari I was wearing has been brought...

How emotions affect our body

Monday, 19 Feb 2018 | Rajyogi Brahmkumar Nikunj

Today most of us are living in body consciousness, says Rajyogi Brahmakumar Nikunj ji It’s a common thing for us to experience emotions directly through the body like when we go out to meet someone who we love immensly, we walk lightly, our hearts pounding with excitement. Whereas anxiety might tighten...

Words in rhythm

Saturday, 17 Feb 2018 | Kritika Dua

My father never wanted me to copy him and told me to be better than him, says Ustaad Zakir Hussain. By Kritika Dua For those who are mesmerised by the finger play of tabla maestro Zakir Hussain, there is another side to him which many people are not aware of. He...


Saturday, 17 Feb 2018 | IANS

Physical transformation among actors has become more performance-oriented than for vanity purposes believes Vicky Kaushal, who has built a muscular physique for a new film. In the last few years, Bollywood cine-goers have seen actors placing an emphasis on their physical transformation — whether it is superstar Aamir Khan gaining weight...

Relationships in the digital era

Saturday, 17 Feb 2018 | Upasana Singh

Love is the emotion that Onir cherishes the most, says Upasana Singh The ageless idea of love has been depicted in various ways in films today but love is a feeling that is universally felt by each and every individual. Youngsters are trying to find love in the most wounded places....

Netaji’s posthumous woes

Saturday, 17 Feb 2018 | Saatvik Jha

The launch of Ashis Ray’s novel promises to dispel all doubts about the death of Subhash Chandra Bose, Saatvik Jha listens in Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, the man, was always shrouded in mystery during his life. The mystery did not spare him in his death. During his lifetime, the news of...



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Zuma’s downfall gives ANC a final chance

18 Feb 2018 | Gwynne Dyer

Now that Jacob Zuma has finally exited, the African National Congress, which has fallen a long way from its glory days, has one last chance to rebuild its reputation before next year’s election. Whether the ANC is the best bet for South Africans is a different question altogether As a passer-by in the upscale Johannesburg suburb of Saxonwold observed, the South African Police would never have raided the enormous, high-walled compound...

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Fight between ruling party and citizens: Hardik

20 Feb 2018 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS) leader Hardik Patel on Monday said that the fight in Madhya Pradesh is not between BJP and Congress but the ruling party against the citizens. Before participating in the Samajik Chetna rally, talking to media persons here on Monday, Patel said, “Chief Minister in Madhya Pradesh is called Mama (uncle) but we don’t want a Shakuni Mama...

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