Social media stress is a new phenomenon that the millennials and Gen Z are facing every day and night. Social media star turned singer turned actress, Shirley Setia talks to Outlook about how to keep this stress away and her mantra for social media stardom.
‘Bigg Boss 15’s first eliminated contestant, actor Sahil Shroff, reveals to Outlook where he went wrong. He admits that the TV celebs in ‘BB’ house get an advantage because of their immense popularity.
Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui has been praised a lot for the success of his film ‘No Land’s Man’ at the Busan Film Festival. Talking to Outlook, he spills a lot of beans about what the film is all about.
In an exclusive conversation with Outlook, he talks about his journey as an actor, his experience in ‘Tabbar’ and the other actors in the series.
In an exclusive interview with Outlook, actress Supriya Pathak talks about several things including her role in upcoming series ‘Tabbar’, her ability to play a wide variety of characters and also discusses the issue about gender disparity in the industry.
In an exclusive conversation with Outlook, filmmaker Hansal Mehta reflects on the popularity of ‘Scam 1992’, which completes its one year of its release today (October 9), and talks about many factors that contributed to its success, including the music and his penchant for making empathetic stories.
In a conversation with Outlook, filmmaker Ram Madhvani talks about 'Aarya' getting nominated at International Emmys, his love for filmmaking and more.
Actor Karan Kundrra speaks to Outlook about being nervous entering the infamous ‘Bigg Boss’ house. He talks about how the show has been offered every year to him, and he finally relented this year.
Actor Abhishek Banerjee explains how remembering lines for his role as a lawyer for ‘Rashmi Rocket’ was the most challenging part in the entire preparation for the film.
Let India have a nationalist curriculum, do not politicize it, says Chandra Bhushan Sharma.
Leander Paes opens up about the making of ‘Break Point’ and what he, Mahesh and their families went through when their friendship turned bitter.
Actor Karan Choudhary spoke to Outlook about his journey so far, his latest film 'Swiped Out' and creative process behind it and future plans.
Actress Kubbra Sait is a champion and cheerleader for the LGBTQIA+ community. She talks to Outlook about how society needs to be more open towards the various communities and welcome them with open arms.
In an exclusive conversation with Outlook, actor Sandesh Kulkarni, who was last seen in ‘Mumbai Diaries 26/11’, talks about his struggling days as an actor, his process while preparing for a role and his experience on working with the late Raj Kaushal on ‘Akkad Bakkad’.
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel spoke to Outlook on issues ranging from Punjab politics to the recent arrest of his 86-year old father for making derogatory remarks against upper caste.
Outlook caught up with Sonu Sood to not only to discuss the alleged tax evasion case, but to talk more about his financial discipline, why he believes in saving and how his middle-class upbringing helped him to invest wisely.
In an exclusive interview with Outlook, singer Rashmeet Kaur talks about dealing with fame and success, and how her never ending desire to keep creating music, helps her stay on her feet.
Kerala professor TJ Joseph, whose hand was chopped off by Islamic fanatics, speaks about his autobiography ‘A Thousand Cuts,’ why he doesn’t hate his attackers and how he hopes for a better tomorrow.
Hotel guests stand on the roof of Lemon Tree hotel, as the hotel gets flooded with the waters from an overflowing Kosi River in Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand state. More than 20 people have died and many are...Photo by AP/PTI
This photograph provided by India's National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) shows NDRF soldiers rescue people stranded in floodwaters in Udham Singh Nagar, Uttarakhand state. More than 20 people have died and many are...National Disaster Response Force via AP
Muslims pelt stones at policemen during clashes following an Eid-e-Milad un Nabi procession, in Jabalpur.PTI Photo
Migrant workers arriving from J&K wait at a railway station to board a train for their native places, in Amritsar. Many of migrant workers are leaving the Kashmir Valley after a series of attacks on them.PTI Photo
The Opposition is hoping for a rich election harvest in Uttar Pradesh but Lucknow appears to be a long way from the killing fields.
The former Delhi Police employee has also emerged as the go-to man for the authorities to reach out to the agitating farmers.
Outwardly peaceful, Kashmir has seen a spate of civilian killings in recent weeks. A silent unease has now exploded into fear and concern after the shooting of minorities.