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The most exciting aspect of the film industry is that a year on, one gets to see cinematic brilliance be it through mammoth films, powerful storytelling, or silent yet strong acting. This year we had great films but the man that held his own in the midst of fine and experienced actors, and impressed all with his effortless portrayal of diverse characters was none other than Vicky Kaushal. Our cover story lets us in on his passion, thoughts and craft, and of the short span that he has spent in the industry. We also interact with film festival directors who work in different genres and curate a very interesting line up of films through their festivals. Anupama Chopra for Mumbai Academy of Motion Images [MAMI], Sridhar Rangayan, Kashish, and Ritu Sarin and Tenzing Sonam, Dharamshala International Film Festival [DIFF] all stem from different sensibilities yet have the same vision to celebrate quality cinema. Moving away from films, Curator and Gallerist, Peter Nagy gives the whole lowdown on what to look forward to at the second edition of The Sculpture Park in Jaipur. Heritage Conservationist Gurmeet Sangha Rai, who has worked on some of India’s very important buildings, shares her journey, inspirations and the different ways of how she engages with the environment. Style, titled CONFINE, is collaboration between a performance artist, photographer and designer where they explore the theatrical production of the Tennessee Williams play called The Two-Character Play. And with that and so much more we wrap our last issue of 2018. Lots more to look forward to in 2019… Be Creative and Stay Inspired.

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