3 Oddball Zines We Love
From the shelves of Bombay Underground's rapidly growing zine movement, come three self- published zines that are just eccentric enough to deserve several reads.
"We love, and yet whatever we love [a person, a place, a time, an idea of ourselves] is absolutely conditional and bound to change."
Kunal Nayyar, Actor
Describe yourself in one line.
I never grew up. I’m still living life like a little boy.
What was your first job?
Acting in plays and TV ads.
What is the one ritual in life you can’t do away with?
An event from the past that has most influenced you?
Saying goodbye to my family when I left home.
Three things people will be surprised to know about Kunal Nayyar.
Golf addict. I grew up playing badminton. I got sick moves on the dance floor.
When Chai Met Toast
Lucy Rose shares how she found her voice and made it the world's.
Kavya and Maalavika, two fresh new voices, get to know each other.
Best of Fest
The founders of three of India's biggest alternative festivals.
Girls On A Song
Meet some of India's most exciting, young, indie voices.
Here are three young designers who've got our attention.
Director Ravi Udyawar on what led him to his debut feature.
Tashan Mehta on what went into her debut book, The Liar's Weave.
Photographer Nirvair Singh Rai captures The Rohingyas of Myanmar.
Ashim Ahluwalia takes us behind his vision for Daddy.
The true-life tale of a boy born into a cremation community in Benaras
Style - Toki Doki
A collectors zine where Bharat Sikka captures street style in Tokyo.
A three minute venture into the mind of actor Vinay Pathak.
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