#KLF19: An Exclusive Interview with Irshad Kamil

  Q: As we all know Bollywood is all pervading, but I have been following your work keenly, and I would like to know, how does this transition from writing your own poetry to Bollywood lyrics come to you? Do different mindsets go into it? Or is it more or less the same? Kamil: See, writing…

#KLF19: An Exclusive Interview with Sudeep Chakravarti

  Q: What was the idea that led you to focus on the ethnocultural diaspora in The Bengalis: A Portrait of a Community? Chakravarti: That is one aspect of it. The book has multiple chapters. I am just choosing to focus on the diaspora in that particular chapter, not the entirety of it. Q: There…

#KLF19: An Exclusive Interview with Pinaki De

Q: You will be talking about comics today, and in context I would ask of your opinion about something. Recently, I stumbled across a Facebook post which raised Alan Moore’s question, why comics are not called comics, but graphic novels. Then, further discussions with a peer of mine led us conclude, there are narrative differences…