British director Asif Kapadia's latest biopic brings to life the rise and fall of the footballer.
The movie baron says that people are seeking refuge in the theatre.
The 47-yr-old, who stumbled into B-town at sixteen, says she has since learnt to find love within herself.
The slowdown of 2009 changed his outlook towards life.
Gin drinkers have grown, leading to a rise in demand for home-brewed tonic water.
Vaishali Kasture, Country Head, Experian India, says that the banking sector has come a long way from 1983 when she was the only management trainee at Citibank.
Women must think their contribution as crucial, and not relegate themselves to the background: Kanchana TK
The DG of Pharma Producers of India feels that women need to take on more business roles that will help them be elevated to leadership roles.
Sridevi's effortless charm in front of the camera made her a force to reckon with; and was often feared by her male colleagues.
Almost everyone agreed that it had to do a lot with the aftereffects of the Goods and Services Tax rollout, and the little help received from the government.
At the Ambiente 2018, global home living trends point at utility and functionality.
September 2016: Does Arvind Kejriwal have a Plan-B for Delhi?
If you have been following the news or been active on social media, you would have seen headlines screaming about the health crisis that has engulfed Delhi. Now the constant refrain from the rest of...
#DesiGirlsRock: Jaya & Didi in control. Is Maya next?
May 19, 2016, will go down in India’s election history as one that defied predictions. For one, it razed the forecast of pollsters – and all except for C-Voter – got their numbers way off...
Prince, the guy who broke all rules, and some hearts
I was first introduced to Prince in my mid-teens by a guy who was then trying to woo me with words, sometimes his own, and sometimes borrowed. When his own didn’t work so much –...
JNU imbroglio: Let Sushma Swaraj do crisis-management
The weekend saw the much-touted #MakeInIndia gig kick off in the Maximum City. It also saw it reach a crescendo – and then a burnout literally. But a weekend is too long in politics. Heck....
Why AAP could do with some women at the top
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has cracked the whip on what it felt was abysmal gender representation in the boardrooms. It had issued a notice asking all corporations to comply with its...
In Verse: When Super Saina turned Sulking Saina!
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, they say In 21st-century India, times are tough and life is filled with grey. A player of repute, a warrior of sorts In white and green-chalked badminton...
Violence against women: #SafeCities first, #SmartCities can wait!
The rape of a Delhi-based finance executive by a radio cab driver has once again had the media – mainstream and social – collectively outrage about the lack of security for women in this country....
Cruelty, thy name is social media
Your Twitter bio says “witty and good with words”. Really? But you sound so blah in your tweets! Half your jokes are not even that funny, your RTs are immensely boring. And you don’t even...