How Amala Shankar witnessed the evolution of modern Indian dance and shaped it with her enthusiasm for life
The dance troupe led by Amala Shankar and her husband Uday Shankar was the central force of the cultural movement that introduced new dimensions in Indian dance and choreography
Revisiting Utsab on its 20th anniversary: Why Rituparno Ghosh's film is so important for Bengali cinema
Only Rituparno Ghosh's sixth film in a rather small repertoire, Utsab was a true mouthpiece of Bengal grappling with modern times
Flat No. 609 movie review: Arindam Bhattacharya's genre-defying attempt is nothing you haven't seen before
Flat No. 609 finally ends up as two decent and yet disparate pieces of cinema – which just don’t seem to come together as a seamless, wholesome work of art.
"I cannot rest on my laurels," Ravi Shankar said when he turned 90. "My mind is still young." Here's what friends, colleagues, and family had to say about the little master who never lost sight of the child within him.