Henna Rakheja writes on city, art and culture, for the daily Entertainment & Lifestyle supplement, HT City.
Articles by Henna Rakheja
As SDMC prepares to issue new licences to food trucks, the restaurateurs rejoice and share which spots would be perfect for a food truck park in Delhi.
I have been able to get through depression because I’ve a sense of humour about it: Shaheen Bhatt on her debut book
Shaheen Bhatt explores her writing skills while exposing some of the deepest secrets of her life in her memoir titled I’ve Never Been (Un)happier, which talks about her encounter with depression.
Over the last five years, this cultural festival has sought much interest from specifically the younger generation.
Hindustan Times Palate Fest 2019: The Hindustan Times Palate Fest is back with entertaining performances by popular music artists, masterclasses by renowned chefs, and some surprise elements.
Hindustan Times, Delh | ByHenna Rakheja
The popular candy seller of DU’s North Campus has been missing since October 18, and the students on campus are leaving no stone unturned to find him.
Architectural illumination of the Capital’s historical structures is drawing visitors after sunset keen to explore a different side.
While dressing up to play Angad in a Ramlila in Delhi, actor-politician Ravi Kishan talks about the uncertainty with which he lives his life.
As many as 240 artefacts are showcased from the collections of Gurugram-based Museum of Folk & Tribal Arts, at this exhibition in National Museum, and are worth millions.
As humour slyly enters the writings of the social reformer and author, he explains what he prefers to read, on the sidelines of his newly released book On Meditation.
Actor Lisa Ray rekindles the book worm in her to encounter some rapid fire questions.
The DU graduate and NSD alumna, actor Neena Gupta, says she loves Delhi.
Dancer-poet and eco warrior Arushi Nishank shares about her passion for depolluting rivers, and combining this cause with her training in Indian classical arts.
The actor says she is addicted to food, and adds that she has tried quite a few delicacies in the Capital including the chaat in GK and paranthas at highway dhabas.
The British boxer’s personal life has been much-talked about since his parents blamed his wife for creating differences, and being a bad mother.
At the upcoming 31st Mango Festival in Delhi, there will be mangoes dedicated to Indian cricketers such as Virat Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan.
The 24th European Union Film Festival 2019 has 22 movies from 22 European countries, which will be screened in 10 Indian cities.
The actor who has worked in television and films says she found a new learning school in theatre. The journey was tough for her, but worth it.
Hindustan Times | ByHenna Rakheja
Actor Diana Penty says that she doesn’t get “upset” when asked about her rumoured boyfriend, Harsh Sagar, but feels the need to protect her “core people”.
At this upcoming mela in the city, lose yourself in the flavours of sharbats, chuskis and more.
Actor Arjun Mathur who has become popular for his gay character in the web series Made in Heaven, says his Instagram inbox is full of messages of all kinds.
From singing Pehla Nasha to All Izz Well, K-Pop band VAV show their love for Bollywood actor Aamir Khan at their recent concert in Delhi, and in this exclusive chat express their desire to work with the actor.
The 7th Spic Macay International Convention will have mesmerising concerts by maestros for art lovers in the Capital.
This one-of-its-kind collaborative festival has something for everyone – walks, talks, sessions, performances and art exhibitions.
Made in Heaven actor Arjun Mathur says Delhi is a changed place now. He shifted base to Mumbai 18 years ago, yet misses his walks at Humayun’s Tomb and eating at Khan Market.
The actor-turned-social activist’s debut book, Close to the Bone, is her memoir that describes her nomadic, philosophical, rebellious heart. The book also takes the reader up and close to her personal sphere.
On his 85th birthday, author Ruskin Bond proves why he is not just any octogenarian as he opens up about his love for pickles, cricket, and more.
At the upcoming event Jashn-e-Ittihaad at Jamia Millia Islamia, there will be famous poets and musicians performing for the sake of peace and brotherhood.
On her recent trip to the Capital, actor Kirti Kulhari said it’s a “special feeling” to visit the India Gate and the National War Memorial after playing an officer in the film Uri.
Meet Anuraag Saxena, an activist, author, and founder of India Pride Project (IPP) – a citizen’s group that aims to bring back India’s stolen or pilfered heritage.
Get set to hear melodious music, watch enthralling theatre, and listen to fashionistas at the Hindustan Times Imagine Fest 2019.