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Dastan of Farooqui
DNMUM410062 | 3/18/2018 | Author : Heena Khandlwal
Director Mahmood Farooqui has received his fair share of bouquets and bric-a-bracs over the last decade or so. In 2005, he reinvented and revived dastangoi — an art form of Urdu oral storytelling from the 16th-century, rendered dead for a while — with his uncle Shamsur Rahma...
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Pirouettes from the Russian past
DNMUM410063 | 3/18/2018 | Author : Dyuti Basu
Swan Lake has been a household name for any music lover. The ballet has undergone countless adaptations and has been consumed in formats ranging from classic dances and jazz numbers to psychological thrillers and anime. The connection to Russia, however, remains inde...
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Alone on stage
DNMUM410064 | 3/18/2018 | Author : Heena Khandelwal
Last November, Irish theatre personality Declan Gorman staged The Dubliners Dilemma, based on James Joyce’s first book, The Dubliners. Set in pre-World War I Britain, the play focuses on Joyce’s self doubts after his book was rejected by publishers and the dilemma of publi...
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Art for appu’s sake
DNMUM410065 | 3/18/2018 | Author : Ornella DSouza
Vivacious at 47, Ruth Ganesh is the reason why no one gained a stiff upper lip at the recent opening of the Elephant Parade in Mumbai by the London-based Asian charity, Elephant Family (EF) that she is the CEO of. The event involves the ‘parading’ of 101 fibreglass baby el...
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Beautiful weaves
DNMUM410066 | 3/18/2018 | Author : Gargi Gupta
In the ten years between 1981 and 1991, Indian handloom textiles guru Martand Singh curated seven ‘vishwakarma’ (master artisan) exhibitions to showcase the best of Indian textile arts — weaving, painting, printing, resist-dyeing — and to explore the contemporary relevance o...
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When food meets film
DNMUM410067 | 3/18/2018 | Author : Yogesh Pawar
Water for Chocolate; The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover; Chocolat; Delicatessen; Julie & Julia — in all these films, food offers the perfect backdrop for the plot to unfold. Hindi cinema too has done this with varying success with films like Bawarchi, Ramji ...
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