Actress, anchor, activist, wanderer and now a trained pilot, Gul Panag speaks to Taru Bhatia about the various aspects of her life, and her new travel show focused on India’s Northeast.
Suchitra Krishnamoorthi, once a popular actress and singer, took a long sabbatical from the limelight after her last Bollywood film in 2010. She is now back into the fray with her book of fictional memoirs, Drama Queen, which has recently been adapted for the stage. In conversation with Bulbul Sharma, she speaks about her new innings in showbiz.
Pranav Sachdeva is known for his performances in highly acclaimed plays like Delhi-Ciously Chekhov (starring Tom Alter), and Kya Family Hai. He speaks to Guardian 20 about his recent web series, Hadh, and his topics about other important aspects of an actor’s life.
Thrilled after the success of his previous few films—including Bhoomi (2017), Welcome Back (2015) and Freaky Ali (2016)— scriptwriter Raaj Shaandilyaa speaks to Guardian 20 about, among other things, his journey as a comedy writer, and on the difference between comedy and serious writing.
Sri Lankan actress Jacqueline Fernandez made her Bollywood debut with the fantasy drama Aladin in 2009 and has never looked back since then. Now featuring in Judwaa 2, Fernandez speaks to Guardian 20 about her experience of working in the comedy drama and also opens up about her connection with Hindi cinema.
Actor Ali Fazal, an emerging talent in the Indian film industry who started his career with 3 Idiots, speaks to Guardian 20 about his new film Victoria and Abdul, his experiences of crossing over to Hollywood and working with co-star Judi Dench.
The star cast of the film Lucknow Central was recently in town for a promotional event, along with director Ranjit Tiwari. Guardian 20 caught up with the team for a chat about their new film.