under Suhit Kelkar

The commando who was reunited with his family 20 years after he was lost as a little boy, thanks to a tattoo


8 Dec 2013 | BY Suhit Kelkar

A play that converses actively with the audience, invigorates the public conversation about the identity of the Indian Muslim and doesn’t flinch from drawing Jinnah into the discussion


4 Dec 2013 | BY Suhit Kelkar

Dharavi housewives go behind the lens to open up their worlds


4 Nov 2013 | BY Suhit Kelkar

Review website Mouthshut.com’s battle against being muzzled could strike a blow against online censorship


13 Jun 2013 | BY Suhit Kelkar

This queer anthology questions labels such as ‘straight’ and ‘gay’ and, among other things, addresses the complications of love


25 Jan 2013 | BY Suhit Kelkar

Times when players would rather a commentator didn’t praise them


20 Dec 2012 | BY Suhit Kelkar

Uday Benegal, lead singer of Indus Creed, on the band’s new album Evolve after a silence of 17 years, and about its return to a revitalised Indian rock scene


26 Oct 2012 | BY Suhit Kelkar

A train is travelling through the country teaching thousands of students science


24 Sep 2012 | BY Suhit Kelkar

Quasar Thakore Padamsee challenges his audience to piece together his play on Tibetan identity


21 Sep 2012 | BY Suhit Kelkar

Nandu Madhav, best known for his turn as Dadasaheb Phalke in India’s Oscar entry film Harishchandrachi Factory, directs a successful play on Shivaji


19 Aug 2012 | BY Suhit Kelkar
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