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Art with heart

Arundhati Banerjee hopes to drive change in society through her dance Anything is possible, if one strives for it and is passionate about the journey,...

Stereotypes, spouses and sick leave

Caught between Asia and the West, migrant Ashwin Segkar goes all out at comedy fest Culture separation is an obstacle as much as it is...

Saving the planet… one stunningly choreographed step at a time

Created over three years of travel to sacred lands in desert Australia and tropical India, dance production Kwongkan is a profound and dazzling mix...

Valour, honour, friendship, and a production par excellence

‘Guards at the Taj’, a play written by Pulitzer Prize nominee Rajiv Joseph, was beautiful in story and execution Poornima Koonath I grew up surrounded by...

Indian Summer Festival set to entertain Melbourne

Three-day Yarra Park festival will be headlined by Ecca Vandal, L-Fresh The Lion, Pav Dharia, Humble The Poet and Raxstar The Victorian Government in partnership...

Hot music acts to light up Indian cultural event

Three-day Indian Summer Festival to coincide with Australia vs India Boxing Day Test in Melbourne at MCG; festival will be headlined by international acts...

Kenny comes knocking

And he promises to bring bizarre and bite to the banal He’s just turned 27, but don’t worry he’s going to tell you all about...

Kuchipudi with a modern touch

Sruthi Parepally lives and breathes the art of Kuchipudi. A classicist with 15 years of experience and a diploma course in the Kuchipudi dance...

For the love of Bollywood

The Merchants of Bollywood is a show that truly transcends cultural boundaries, says lead artist Carol Furtado—the show’s producers are Australians, the director’s English,...

I am just a guy having fun

British actor Kiran Rai talks to The Indian Sun on Ed Sheeran, IFA award and hosting his 80th show and world tour He has hosted...
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