Under the swaying palms she strides, discovering the myriad moods of nature; a ripple here, a blossom there; there’s so much to explore and make her own. With her skin glistening under the sun, her dress fluttering with the breeze and her feet caressing the sand, she cruises forward. And we follow...
Pretty and dimpled, she’s the newest wunderkind of Indian cinema. She’s grown with each role, expanding her skills at a phenomenal rate, earning praise from critics and directors alike. Verve meets Alia Bhatt for a chat about technique, travel and the best part of being an Indian
After staying in the romantic mould for 30 years in umpteen films, Rishi Kapoor has begun to cherry-pick his roles, curating a remarkable collection to showcase his multi-faceted talent. And his disturbing and effortless villainy in 2012’s Agneepath has garnered for him applause and accolades. The versatile performer – who, in recent years, has successfully moved on from his lover boy image to strong character actor roles – discusses his acting philosophy with Verve