Aditi Pancholi

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Glass act of geek chic


Big-rimmed spectacles in vibrant colours seem to be the latest rage these days.

Soulful jugalbandi enthralls fans


A soulful sufi evening took the city audience through a journey where traditional sufi notes were given a contemporary touch by fusing them with pulsating western beats.

Light painters on a shooting spree


For taking a break from the mundane routine, one can choose to indulge in an evening of some offbeat fun. How about indulging in an activity of light bending, offered by a Delhi-based group Other Logic Experientials (OLE) run by two city youngsters — Ankit Monga and Nihar Mudgal, who believe in creating visual experiences through their Light Speed Delhi (LSD) sessions.

Sassy selfies are a rage among netizens


From Priyanka Chopra and Shahid Kapoor to Hollywood celebs and city youngsters, the self-taken cellphone photos, popularly known as “selfies” have become the culture markers of GenX.

Stand-up comics kick off a laugh riot

Stand-up comedians are pulling the crowd away from multiplexes to spaces dedicated for stand-up shows.

Catchy titles rule the roost


Quirky is the mood that’s swaying the filmmakers’ choice of titles these days. There’s a whole bunch of the odd and peculiar titles readying up for release — Gunday, Besharam, Lootera, Ghanchakkar, Herogiri, Heropanti, Fukrey and Fugly.

Multiple realities of diverse world


Varying mediums with different themes and compositions are put well together in the form of an ongoing art exhibition titled “6by6” at Lalit Kala Akademi in the capital .

Music fest goes dressy


In a first-ever collaboration of its kind, fashion designer Nitin Bal Chauhan showcased an interesting mix of music, fashion, colour and counter culture idioms with his label Bhootsavar at the ongoing Escape Festival of Arts and Music.

Best side forward


Our heroes are keen on taking sides. Well, we are not referring to anything controversial, but we are focusing on the trend of side-parting hairdo gaining popularity. After the release of The Great Gatsy, the side parting style is a rage among actors here and in the West.

In the company of Kings


Documentary filmmaker Rahul Datta is all set to release the first-of-its-kind documentary on an IPL team — a behind-the-scenes look at Kings XI Punjab.

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.