Prajakta Hebbar The Indian Express Group
Thursday 2 January '14Celluloid, a Malayalam film to be screened at the Pune International Film Festival.
Wednesday 1 January '14Rashmi Kusekar, who has been working at the regular party haunts in Mumbai and Pune, said people, over the years, have lost their inhibitions.
Wednesday25 December '13The septuagenarian, who also worked as the mess manager at the hostel during the late ‘70s, will retire after 38 years of faithful service at the institute.
Sunday22 December '13FTII student Sandhya Daisy Sundaram’s film Love.Love.Love., which explores the concept of love among Russian women, has been selected for the short documentary competition at Sundance Film Festival
Thursday19 December '13Manoj K Nitharwal on his FTII diploma film Seek and Hide, featuring Mohan Agashe and Seema Biswas.
Friday13 December '13Perhaps the closest one can come to defining Lady Gaga’s work is by comparing it to abstract art.
Friday6 December '13Kurhe and his friends were on the road for over 19 days.
Sunday1 December '13A forgotten cinematographer, 97-year-old V Babasaheb recalls five decades of his Bollywood career.
Saturday30 November '13A new vegetarian restaurant in Kothrud has an ambitious menu but falls short of expectations.
Saturday30 November '13From among T-shirts, straw hats and knick-knacks, the bold colours of the traditional Parsi gara stand out at the Poona Zoroastrian Seva Mandal store.
Monday25 November '13The play VaPuLa brings together the writing styles of two iconic figures — PL Deshpande and VP Kale
Saturday23 November '13Originally made in the ‘40s, three films that were based on the stories by Chi Vi Joshi have been restored by NFAI and will be showcased at Pulotsav.
Saturday23 November '13Bubble gums, strawberry blonde hair and a reckless attitude worn on her sleeve with a middle finger shown to the world.
Friday22 November '13Marathi filmmaker Anup Jagdale’s debut project hopes to carve its own identity despite rumours of it being a remake of a popular Hindi film.
Tuesday19 November '13Devendra Jadhav’s short film And Gandhi Goes Missing takes on prejudices based on race, caste and religion.
Sunday17 November '13Sahitya Akademi award-winning writer Vishwas Patil, who has turned to fimmaking with Rajjo, talks about his fling with Bollywood.
Saturday16 November '13With a fairly exhaustive menu, this vegetarian restaurant has the feel of a friendly neighbourhood joint.
Saturday16 November '13With 19 songs, with radio-inspired commentary holding the theme together.
Friday15 November '13Titus Andronicus, one of the first tragedies by Shakespeare, will be staged in the city as a part of an international project.
Thursday14 November '13
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