Anoushka Shankar on seeking authenticity, vulnerability and imperfection as an artist, and being inspired by #MeToo
Twenty-five years ago, Anoushka Shankar stepped on a stage for the first time at Siri Fort in New Delhi when she was just 13. It was part of her father Pandit Ravi Shankar's 75th birthday celebration. Now, in the year she will celebrate the late sitar legend's 100th birth anniversary, she is gearing up to return with a concert at the same venue, on 14 February 2020.
Noor Jehan comes back to life at daughter Nazia Ejaz's art exhibition that reflects on their unique relation
Nineteen years since Pakistani singer-actor Noor Jehan's death, in an exhibition titled 'Love Letters' being held at Karachi's Canvas Gallery, her youngest daughter Nazia Ejaz aims to "express a sense of her", by capturing "glimpses" of the artist's perception of her mother.
Vidhu Vinod Chopra is home: Filmmaker returns to direction in hometown Srinagar for film based on Kashmiri Pandits exodus
Vidhu Vinod Chopra starts shooting with local Kashmiri talent for film tentatively titled Love Letters in Srinagar, returning to his homeland after 18 years
Veteran thespians Rajit Kapur and Shernaz Patel spoke about one of their longest-running plays — Love Letters (directed by Rahul da Cunha) — in the run-up to the Old World Theatre Festival in Delhi
Dear Maya, Manisha Koirala's film on the power of epistolary love, says both too much, and too little
Dear Maya explores what happens when two teenaged girls in Shimla write fake love letters to cheer up their neighbour, a desolate woman named Mayadev