The Social Inclusion Of Art
Renowned artist Shombit Sengupta discusses with Avantika Bose what values Indians could inculcate in their art, whose works fascinate him, and why and how art is forever.
Vikram Bhatt is always making our hearts beat faster — from giving us horror and thriller films to writing a heart-warming romantic novel. In an interview, he tells Avantika Bose more about his thoughts on love in the contemporary times.
Sabyn Javeri, the author of the famous novel Nobody Killed Her, tells Avantika Bose about her life, her journey as a writer, and the changing literary scene in her country.
Author Sumana Roy through her book, How I Became a Tree, draws our attention towards things and issues which we would otherwise overlook, as she makes us realise the pertinence of trees, writes Avantika Bose.
Anita Nair talks to Avantika Bose about her thoughts on feminism and Islam, the difference between writing adult and children novels, and her latest book, Muezza and Baby Jaan.
Janhavi Prasada through her book, Tales of Young Gandhi, tells us that how calling Gandhi ‘Mahatma’ has distanced people from his ideologies rather than bringing them closer to his teachings, writes Avantika Bose.
The celebrated 2 Michelin-starred chef, Claude Bosi, took over “Upstairs at Indian Accent” from January 10th to 14th. Team FNL sits down to unravel Chef Claude Bosi — a legend in the culinary world.
From being torn between journalism and becoming a chef, Megha Kohli in a natter with team FNL tells us about her culinary journey and what it feels like being a female Head Chef in a male-dominated industry.
Join us in a tête-à-tête with Chef Ravi Saxena, who shares with us how a boy who hadn’t even ever entered a kitchen to make a cup of tea for himself fell in love with cooking, what is his favourite cuisine to cook, how Dhaba by Claridges happened and much more…
Join Saurabh Khanijo - the man behind the success of Kylin which is an age-old legacy brand known for its Pan-Asian cuisine - as he tells us about his bouquet of restaurants, the recipe for becoming a successful restaurateur, how Delhi’s hospitality scene has changed in the past few years, and what he’s passionate about in life apart from the restaurants that he owns.
Introducing Vikrant Batra — the man behind ‘Nueva’ and the wildly successful chain ‘Café Delhi Heights’ — who believes hard work and persistence are the keys to success in life. FNL digs in for a tête-à-tête!
Delhi’s dynamic duo, Navneet Kalra and Randeep Bajaj, talk about owning three prime restaurants — Town Hall, Mr. Choy, and Public Affair — keeping their menu new and exciting, and what’s next for them.
Disability doesn’t make you weak, the thought that you can’t do something because of your disability is what’s standing between you and your success, writes Avantika Bose.
You cannot change a dog’s past, but you can rewrite his future. Rescued animals are not broken, they’ve simply experienced more life than other animals, writes Avantika Bose.