From a candid conversation with Netflix star Vir Das, to celebrating moms on Mother’s Day


Never the one who avoids the nervous, dark and sometimes even polarizing comedy, Vir Das has become the face of everything millennial.

With over 100 comedy shows, a dozen Bollywood movies and three Netflix specials to his credit, and a dark new web series: Hasmukh – Currently online, it’s safe to say that Das currently enjoys his time in the sun.

Vir Das

And why not? He has dedicated more than a decade of his life to the art of making people laugh, and finally it’s his time to shine.

Don’t miss our exclusive interview with the actor and comedian as he looks back on his career and the warm response his new comedy series received in the midst of tough times.

Creative masks are the new normal

Cleaning is the top priority now, whether it means washing your hands often, disinfecting all surfaces in your home, and wearing masks and gloves when going outdoors.

Some citizens and celebrities around the world have gotten creative with their PPE, designing colorful, modern masks that stand out from the regular masks in circulation.

Designer brands and companies are creating unique patterns and prints on face masks and selling them with the “Buy One, Get One Free and Give It to a Friend / Family Member” deal. Others are taking old patterned shirts, felt-tip pens and taking the artist out with them to create some fascinating and impressive facial masks.

Now, every time you go out instead of constantly being reminded about the coronavirus outbreak, why not take in the beauty of a unique facial mask!

Read all about some modern mask designs amidst the COVID-19 crash.

Mother and daughter moments are priceless

Another Mother’s Day has arrived, a day that is usually reserved for bathing your mother with flowers, gifts, cakes, and thoughtful gestures to remind her how special she is. This year, the scene may have changed due to confinement and social estrangement, but she can still celebrate her mother in many other ways.

On Mother’s Day, we met with some renowned businessmen and celebrities to discover their thoughts about their mothers and what they plan to do with their mothers once the running of the bulls is up.

Don’t miss reading all about what businessmen and celebrities have to say about their mothers, their best memories and much more at our special Mother’s Day show.

Gayatri Luthra, Ruchi Mitroo, Shikha Chaturvedi and Priya Wadhawan, co-founders, igraasp

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Gayatri Luthra, Ruchi Mitroo, Shikha Chaturvedi and Priya Wadhawan, co-founders, igraasp

We live in an increasingly connected world where access to information is free flowing. Whether it’s local news, crime or political updates, entertainment articles or celebrity sound bytes, we have access to everything on our electronic devices. But, much of this content is not good for our children, and it is not healthy for them to consume so much information.

This was the reason why a group of four mothers came up with the idea for igraasp. They launched a news channel specially designed and selected for children and the whole family. Four women entrepreneurs, Priya Wadhwan, Gayatri Luthra, Shikha Sharma Chaturvedi and Ruchi Mitroo, are behind the company.

As we celebrate Mother’s Day this week, don’t forget to read all about this innovative company launched by entrepreneurial mothers. Also, check igraasp on YouTube and watch their biweekly news, anchored mainly by school-age children.

Podcasts can be informative and entertaining

People around the world have found various ways to deal with these unprecedented circumstances by staying home and practicing social distancing. Many of them have managed to try new activities and adjust old routines.

For people looking to try something new with their time, listening to podcasts is definitely a rewarding experience given the myriad of engaging content across multiple genres. Check out our list of seven podcasts across a variety of genres that could be your next solution to get over the block.

Don’t miss reading all about podcast details like Series, The Tim Ferris Show, Yorked, and many more.

The co-founders of insulation cooks

The idea of ​​insulation cooks started a few days after the closure was announced in India. Freelance journalist Kavita Kishore and software developer Avinash Chandrashekar were arguing about food, and decided to document people’s traditional recipes.

Soon, they realized that this was a great opportunity to build a community around food, as everyone was cooking and eating at home. The duo agreed to their friends, Mihir and Nivya, and thus Isolation Cooks was born.

The project’s social media platforms have become a community for people to exchange recipes, tips, tricks, and even menu ideas. To date, Chennai-based Isolation Cooks has more than 100 unique contributors and around 150 publications, including some professional chefs and food bloggers. In addition to recipes and food photos, Isolation Cooks also features anecdotes, fun things that happen in the kitchen, and photos of cooks at work.

Read all about the food projects Isolation Cooks has for its fans and try some of their recipes too.

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