The Friday List: From a virtual Harry Potter festival to Sushant Singh Rajput's posthumous release Dil Bechara, your weekly calendar of virtual events
Every Friday, we'll bring you a curated list of online experiences — performances, talks, tours, screenings — to mark on your weekly calendar.
Giving a health update of the three-time Olympic gold medallist, Kabir said his grandfather has still not regained consciousness.
Neeraj Arya's Kabir Cafe on poet's relevance in times of political unrest and propagating the idea of 'oneness'
Neeraj Arya's Kabir Cafe on the contemporary relevance of Kabir's philosophy and making him accessible for a wide audience through building a energetic atmosphere at live performances.
Sona Mohapatra on her documentary's world premiere at Jio MAMI 21st Mumbai Film Festival, and never 'shutting up'
Sona Mohapatra talks about the world premiere of a documentary on her, Shut Up Sona, that she has produced, at the Jio MAMI 21st Mumbai Film Festival.
Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff's forthcoming action flick War cleared with U/A certificate; final runtime revealed
Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff's upcoming action drama War is 2 hours, 33 minutes and 56 seconds long.
Hrithik Roshan says his condition was Tiger Shroff be part of War: 'He could drive me to be in best shape'
Hrithik Roshan considers his War co-star one of the Hindi film industry's most hardworking actors he has collaborated with.
Bard of Blood premiere: Shah Rukh Khan, Emraan Hashmi, Parineeti Chopra attend Netflix show screening
The premiere of Bard of Blood was attended by several Bollywood celebs, including producer Shah Rukh Khan, Parineeti Chopra, and Sohum Shah.
Bard of Blood also stars Sobhita Dhulipala, Vineet Kumar Singh, Jaideep Ahlawat, Kirti Kulhari and Rajit Kapoor.
Firstpost Editor's Picks: Triple talaq bill passed, ugly truths of Kargil war, Kabir's legacy; today's must-read stories
Editor's Picks: Triple talaq clears Rajya Sabha test, incompetence of generals during Kargil war, how AI is making fashion industry more intelligent; today's must-read stories.
Kabir, the 15th century Bhakti poet-saint, is now facing a crisis in his legacy and ownership. Believed to have belonged to a community of weavers, the man who preached secularism, has been banished by his own people, the weavers' community comprising a large section of Muslims, who refuse to even visit his Math in Varanasi.
Under the Banyan Tree on A Full Moon Night's April edition will feature performances by the Sufi singer Mooralala Marwada followed by the neo-folk fusion band, Neeraj Arya's Kabir Café.
In a year that witnessed several sub-par adaptations and crowd-pleasers, the Bengali films that remained memorable explored themes like euthanasia, troubled parent-child relationships and women's rights
Narendra Modi's championing of Kabir ironic, given contrast between Bhakti poet's social radicalism and BJP's political vision
Despite outward championing of Kabir, Modi's BJP will find a fundamental contradiction between their political vision and Bhakti poet's social radicalism
Kabir brings viewers a different and much-improved Dev on screen after a slew of terrible performances
Minerva Punjab FC are still leading the race with 32 points from 17 matches but East Bengal (29 from 16 matches) and NEROCA FC (31 from 17 matches) are still very much in the title hunt.
Whether or not it united everyone who relates to Kabir’s poetry, the Mahindra Kabira Festival did well to present a fairly holistic experience that’s not just trying to reel in foreigners or tourists
A specially curated experience of the life and works of Kabir, the second Mahindra Kabira Festival will celebrate his philosophy of inclusiveness
Verdict in Sant Rampal case today: The megalomania behind the godman claiming to be Kabir's descendant
The verdict in a case against yet another godman, Sant Rampal, will be out today. Here is all you need to know about the godman.
JNU VC demands tank on campus: Imbibing patriotism through tokenism is absurd, at best a sign of paranoia
If a tank inside JNU campus can really make students more patriotic, why stop just at that? Why not use a Bofors gun, a Mirage jet fighter or a tactical nuclear weapon, if possible, mounted on a ballistic missile?
Admiring poet-saints of Bhakti movement for their rationality, Gujarat Governor O P Kohli today said these saints strongly hit out at the hypocrisy of Hindus as well as Muslims and felt the need for unity between the two religions which is also a necessity today.