First published in 1947, the magazine survived for six decades and now loyal fans have taken to preserving its comics online.
The 1994 Doordarshan show was a supernatural fantasy period drama based on an eponymous 1888 book, considered the first modern Hindi novel.
Written by Kamna Chandra, the 13-episode serial is the perfect escape to while away a weekend in coronavirus lockdown.
From filmy gossip to political critique, the magazine reflected the culture of the times and created a lasting template for film journalism.
Amul’s 1996 ad titled Manthan tells the story of India's White Revolution using footage from Smita Patil's iconic film of the same name.
For people who couldn't handle heavy scooters or afford expensive bikes, Bajaj Sunny was an obvious choice.
The iconic comics that were our best friends decades ago are still there for us while we self-isolate in lockdown.
A home-run production, Leftist ideals and a talented cast and crew made the 1986 cult show 'Nukkad' worth remembering.
India's much loved superhero whose weapon of choice was Cadbury's multicoloured crunchy candy.
Launched in 1985, the RX 100’s sound, agility, reliability and lean beauty made it one of the most iconic bikes to hit the road.