FirstAct: Watch Star Light, a play about friendship, love, and the miracles that human relationships often are
Star Light is a story of love and friendship blossoming in the warmth of Christmas.
FirstAct: In 'Star Light', a story of love and friendship blossoming in the joy and warmth of Christmas
Alienstar Collective Theatre's (ACT) Star Light is the story of Aarya and Vinayak, two seemingly opposite individuals who evolve from being strangers to friends, to maybe even something more.
In Brink, SL Bhyrappa's depiction of romantic love and stream of consciousness style find a perfect translation
SL Bhyrappa and his translator R Ranganath Prasad discuss the themes of Brink (Anchu), how he developed his style, and why romantic love is not always a happy thing.
In Love is Not a Word, a collection of essays explores historical, cultural and gendered politics fuelling the emotion
Despite being such a dominant, powerful force shaping society, Dhar noticed that there are very few books that engage with love in a serious, studied way, attempting to understand it in all its nuances.
Tom Lester also appeared in hit shows, including Petticoat Junction, The Beverly Hillbillies, Love, American Style, and Little House on the Prairie.
Taj Mahal 1989 review: Poetic writing, attention to detail make this Netflix Original rise above its low production value
Everyone here is trying to build his or her own little Taj Mahal, that everlasting symbol of love.
Now that Imtiaz Ali completes 15 years in Bollywood, a look at his past films yet, which have another commonality besides the director — love in abundance.
All you love soldiers equip yourself with glittery pens, craft papers, and all pretty things possible.
Sara Ali Khan on being an Imtiaz Ali heroine in Love Aaj Kal: Wanted to experience the full journey of love at young age
Sara Ali Khan talks comprehending Imtiaz Ali's brand of love, and whether her off-screen rapport with Kartik Aaryan translates into good onscreen chemistry.
The Queer Take: Divorced from death and disease, re-imagining desire without shame, and celebrating it
As a noun and a verb with the profilferation of pornography in our lives, sex doesn’t sit well on the scale, it isn’t so simple. We might have to extract the shame from the sensual, the sexual to truly be able to celebrate it.
Books of the week: From Love, Loss, and Longing in Kashmir to the India story of the Panama Papers, our picks
Our weekly roundup of books that should be on your radar.
Love, Sleep, Repeat follows the life of Vishwas, a naive, small-town boy who lived a sheltered life, and eventually gets a job opportunity in a metro city.
A judge in United Arab Emirates' Fujairah was flummoxed when a litigant filed for divorce on the most unusual grounds. Her husband was killing her with kindness and she could take no more.
Watch: Kubbra Sait reacts sarcastically to Kabir Singh director Sandeep Reddy Vanga's defense of his film
Kubbra Sait shared two videos on Twitter as a sardonic reply to Kabir Singh director Sandeep Vanga's statement that slapping each other is merely an expression of love.
Reviews of three of the six Indian Narrative Shorts at Kashish Film Festival 2019 - Mud Mud Ke Na Dekh, U Ushacha, and The Booth.
Love in the queer community has always had the added sheen of shame. That this is something we don’t want to talk about publicly is completely understandable. But by lying to everyone else for so long, we’ve stopped talking about it in private too.
Jennifer Yuh Nelson has joined Love, Death and Robots as supervising director, overseeing all episodes
Black Mirror’s Hang the DJ, Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Lobster and why rebellion is at the heart of finding true love
Though very different in tone, both Black Mirror's Hang the DJ and Yorgos Lanthimos' film the Lobster deal with many of the same themes – the ardous process of finding a partner, the presence of an imperfect system whose sole purpose is to match people, and the idea of rebellion as a way to pursue the kind of relationship you truly desire.
Konkona Sensharma, Tanuja Chandra, Gazal Dhaliwal on their short A Monsoon Date, and telling more LGBTQ stories
Konkona Sensharma, director Tanuja Chandra and writer Gazal Dhaliwal talk about how they have used rain unconventionally in their new Eros Now short film.
A mughal image commemorating a spring evening shared between two male companions leads us to the 13th century, a journey back into the openness of artistic expression