The Telegraph
| Sunday, May 17, 2015 |


Behind the screen stars

New Age producers are putting their money on indie films that combine quality and reach out to global audiences, says Aarti Dua

Manish Mundra could be living out the script of one of his films. Hardly anyone, till a year ago, had heard of the businessman who had made his millions as the managing director of a petrochemical company in Nigeria. Now, he’s about to... | Read»

Success by the scoop

Raghunandan Srinivas Kamath is churning out a sweet storm with his Natural ice creams infused with fresh fruits, says Sarbani Sen

It’s 10am on a Sunday and Connaught Place, one of Delhi’s busiest commercial hubs, has a deserted look. Most of the area’s establishments are just opening, but Natural ice cream parlour, with its ground-to-ceiling glass walls and... | Read»

Grilled feasts

Korean food is very distinctive and its grilled offerings are particularly memorable, says Rahul Verma

Some 10 or 12 years ago, I remember having a very enlightening discussion with a Korean diplomat. Those were the days when many of us thought — if we thought of it at all — that Korean food was just an extension of the Chinese we ate.... | Read»


As the mercury rises relentlessly, it’s time for colour cosmetics to go the ice cream and sorbet way. Sorbet hues are powdery soft and muted as opposed to the flashier neons and fluorescents that did well in winter. The shade cards from top... | Read»

A chic edge

Model Rachel White aims to keep it smart and comfortably casual

Style according to you is... | Read»

Xiaomi’s golden touch

The made-for-India Xiaomi Mi 4i ticks all the right boxes with its sleek design and pocket-friendly price, says Tushar Kanwar

Move over Midas, here comes Xiaomi. It seems that every product the Chinese brand touches turns to gold, and the latest in a long line of successes in its rather short Indian existence is the Mi 4i — a flagship product that, according to the... | Read»

The super sleuth

Playing Byomkesh Bakshi and Feluda has made actor Abir Chatterjee a household name

I am the third generation of actors in my family. Both my grandparents and parents were actively involved in theatre. Although acting runs in my blood, I was keener to pursue sports and was in the football and the cricket teams in school. | Read»