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HindustanTimes Fri,25 Apr 2014

Anup Soni, Smita Bansal to feature in comedy play

TV actors Anup Soni and Smita Bansal, who have become a popular on-screen pair because of their well-received TV show, are treading the theatre path together as well. They will soon be seen as a couple in a new comedy play, titled Hum Do Humare Woh.

Giant selfie installation: obsession with photo sharing

A California-based artist has created a giant mirrored structure that comments on our increasing obsession with selfies. "Screen Identity" is a seven-foot wooden sculpture of a smartphone that features a mirror as its screen. It is big enough to frame the entire body of those who approach it.

The magical moments of PC Sorcar

If there is a Modi Magic in India today, as the nation is travelling through one of the largest democratic exercises in the world, there appears to be a Sorcar sorcery as well.

Happy Bard-day: evolution of the Bard on the culture scene

The Indian theatre scene, naturally, has been deeply influenced by the Bard. On his 450th birth ­anniversary (April 23), theatre artists talk about his works that have been staged in India ­beginning right in the 50s.

Celebrating International Dance Day

To commemorate International Dance Day, various dance events are lined up over the week. Classical dance lovers can attend the Mudra Dance Festival at the NCPA from April 24-30.

London opens most beautiful show of Matisse cut-outs

London's Tate Modern will on Thursday open a blockbuster exhibition celebrating the cut-out works of French artist Henri Matisse, which made even Picasso jealous.

Classic Easter recipes and places to buy Easter goodies

This Sunday is a special one, with Easter adding the festive vibe to it. For those who’re in the mood to indulge in true foodie style, we’ve zeroed in on some places for you to buy sweet Easter treats. And if you are game for strapping on that apron and make traditional Easter delights, then check out these recipes. Enjoy!

MF Husain’s last paintings at London exhibition

The last nine paintings of painter MF Husain commissioned by the Lakshmi Mittal family are, for the first time, to be put up for public display at an exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum next month.

Art in Delhi: of new wings, perspectives and artists

Meet four powerful women artists who talk about their stay at the Sanskriti School of Art.

Indian classical dance captivates Egyptians

The India by the Nile festival 2014 has brought yet another Indian classical dance form to Egyptian audiences who were left enraptured by the kathak performances.

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