“Don’t call me a star,” retorts Kay Kay Menon, because he believes that a star can be “made” but an actor is “born”.
It is this belief that had once pushed an adman to pursue his career on the silver screen. And, the Indian film industry received one of its finest actors in the form of Kay Kay Menon.
Kay Kay doesn’t take the baggage of working on the back story even if he is doing a Shakespeare. He makes the interpretation of the writer and the director his operating table. In a recently released Ray anthology, he plays the role of Indrashish Saha in a short film called, Bahurupi (Impersonator). “The only thing I did was read the interpretation that my director Srijit Mukherji had,” he says.
Continue reading your story on the app
Continue reading your story in the magazine
Daring The Third Wave
The equity market boom is based on strong fundamentals. Aided by a rapid vaccination drive and economic recovery, India is unlikely to be wounded badly even if Covid breaks out again.
Is The Grass Greener For Unicorns?
An unstoppable rally is being witnessed among the start-ups when it comes to initial public offerings. But, once listed, companies fall into the greater purview of the government, the market, and investor sentiments. We talk about the challenges and criticisms these start-ups may face after entering the new domain
Make Your Retired Life A Journey Of Comfort By Investing In Mutual Funds
Retired life can be 25 years or more and you need to work out your finances to make it a journey of comfort. Mutual funds can be one of the best options to park your money for this period when expenses would be more regular than incomes.
Is The NFO Euphoria Good For Investors?
New fund offers are being launched a dime a dozen. But does it make sense for investors to subscribe to them?
I'm a Conscious Consumer
Actor Konkona Sen Sharma has never been a careless spender but now she is a more careful saver.
Dealing With Debt
RBI’s loan restructuring scheme that lasted till September 30 had costs and conditions attached. If you weren’t able to avail of it, here is what you can do instead
Learning The Tricks Of The Trade
A new breed of traders wants to become financially literate before venturing into the stock market.
TECH SHOWS THE WAY TO SMES' REVIVAL
As the Coronavirus continues to exist and move freely across nations, the Indian economy had to stand back at its feet and rebuild itself. MSMEs and SMEs were badly bruised by the pandemic, and its remedy is machine intelligence, data security and cloud computing, among others.
MAKING SENSE OF THE MARKET LEAP
Low-interest rates, corporate deleveraging and retail frenzy push Sensex above 60,000 in September. Let’s understand the rationale behind the bull run and why retail investors need to be cautious amid the euphoria.
The EPIC of the ERRATIC INVESTOR
The do-it yourself. investors often end up with the wrong stock because they trust what they hear and what they see, instead of what they could learn on their own.