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Music evokes a diverse reaction and emotion from people. Different genres touch different nerves. Some take you to a rapturous state of mind while some to a soft, pensive mood. Whatever the effect, music for sure awakens the soul. For the Dj the high is to create a mix that is so unique and intense that it takes the audience to a whole new place. This issue interacts with some of the most noteworthy disc jockeys. To start with we have Hernan Cattaneo the father of dj-ing who even after 30 odd years has managed keeping his sound alive and his fans multiplying. On Indian soil we highlight four artists who each come with their own sound and individualistic style. Their journey is inspiring and their craft touches millions of listeners. Nucleya, Ox7gen, Stalvart John and Anish Sood are all top of their class with a unique musicality and an ever increasing following. Our debutants impress us with their first outing in the sun—Pia Shah’s short film Waterbaby that won the National Award for Best Debut explores the life of a shy boy who is compelled to face his greatest fear—water. Amy Tan’s debut book, What We Were Promised set in modern day Shanghai questions what we owe to ourselves, to our countries, and to generations past. Interview takes us to a very honest and candid conversation with the Indian Film Industry’s avant grade filmmaker, Anurag Kashyap. He shares his concerns and his joy of filmmaking and the industry, and lets us in on his newest venture Sacred Games. Reema Kagti gives us a glimpse into her third film, Gold based on India’s first Olympic Gold Medal. And lastly Rupa’s Boutique celebrates acid attack survivors who fell but decided to rise still and continue following their dreams. An award-winning documentary throws light on Rupa and her fashion boutique.

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