Farah Khan has the country tripping on a Bollywood number with a difference: an item girl who hints at onanism and has hearts throbbing all the more for it
Howard Jacobson’s Man Booker Prize winner is a searing search for Jewish identity
The women in Rajinikanth’s films are always fated to be tamed and put in their place by the man. The fan loves that.
A mother’s blog on inventive enticements for picky children is making waves globally.
Namita Devidayal’s Aftertaste tells the syrupy saga of families in the mithai business. The author pleads guilty of a sweet tooth.
The Ramayan holds interest for India’s contemporary generation a million years since its first oral telling.
A new biography of Ayn Rand takes us closer to one of the more complex literary personalities of the last century.
Why a ban on the garment in a Chennai multiplex brought about an unexpected backlash
A novel about ghosts that are as real as the evil in human hearts