India’s first birth photographer, Urshita Saini, and our foremost female dastangoi artiste, Fouzia Dastango, both embody their home city’s dynamism and cultural eccentricities. Step into Lodhi Garden and a historical haveli, as Verve experiences parts of Delhi that are intrinsically linked with the two women’s lives and the work they were born to do...
The show-stealing actor has won in the Best Supporting Actress category at the 65th National Awards for her turn as a power-hungry politician in Irada
From demure newbie to spunky dynamo, Aditi Rao Hydari has come a long way. She is a girl who finds ardour in everyday things and the actor – despite some highs and lows in reel and real life – believes that happy endings, though rare, do exist. Verve engages in a freewheeling tête-à-tête with the blithe spirit who speaks about her passions and pursuits
Celluloid. Characters. Charisma. Clothes. Tinseltown is getting democratic, with the concept of a singular dominance slowly fading. Mainstream fashion is stepping in. Cine-couturiers are also setting out to conquer the real world. Star stylists still rule, but quiet underdogs are creeping up. Verve observes this evolution and selects four fashionable films from the previous year’s releases which impress with their sartorial assertion
It’s been a quiet 2008 work wise but that has not stopped Sonam Kapoor from being in the news – be it for her versatile editorials or her eclectic fashion choices. This year will be a different story; a much-hyped February release, Delhi-6; upcoming author backed roles; international acclaim as the latest L’Oréal face and a walk down many a red carpet film festival. But, what leaves Verve most impressed is the youngster’s enviable zest for life, the love and cheer she spreads liberally and a sharply discerning mind that doesn’t allow for compromise...
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