Author: Rohan Dua

No More Jack & Jill, Need Vedas In Schools: Jackie Shroff

Jackie Shroff, the Bollywood superstar who created a huge impact in the 1980s and 1990s, speaks to Rohan Dua, the executive editor of The New Indian, about his roles, songs and how he feels about 72 years of India’s independence. 

Till 36, I Never Socialized; Focused On Singing: Sonu Nigam

Sonu Nigam, who has belted out countless popular numbers in his silky and sonorous voice, speaks to Rohan Dua, the executive editor of The New Indian, and expresses his sense of loss over the death of some of the artists who passed away this year and his respect for ‘disciplinarian’ Yogi Adityanath. Last part of the …

PM Modi Is Head Of Family; Must Be Respected: Sonu Nigam

Sonu Nigam, who has belted out countless popular numbers in his silky and sonorous voice, speaks to Rohan Dua, the executive editor of The New Indian, about how he got his first break and the Padma award bestowed on him. Part 2 of the interview: Rohan Dua: Do you still agree with what you said earlier …

I Sang For Laal Singh Chaddha As I’ve Surrendered Self To Gita: Sonu Nigam

Sonu Nigam, who has belted out countless popular numbers in his silky and sonorous voice, speaks to Rohan Dua, the executive editor of The New Indian, about his initial struggling days of his over 25-year Bollywood journey and about the people who played a crucial role in helping him chart his career path. First part of …

Varanasi Embedded Into Brahmāstra, Lord Shone On Kesariya: Karan Johar In Interview

In Part 3 of the interview with The New Indian executive editor Rohan Dua, ace Bollywood producer Karan Johar talks about the controversy over Amir Khan’s Laal Singh Chaddha, the credibility of Padma awards, and the Varanasi connection of his recently-released movie Brahmāstra: Excerpts:  Rohan Dua: There’s a huge controversy over the losses that Aamir …

Interview: PM Modi Knows About Every Star; Padmas Given On Merit, Says Karan Johar

Karan Johar, one of the most well-known and talked-about film producers and filmmakers in India, speaks to Rohan Dua, the executive editor of The New Indian, following the release of his film Brahmastra, which has created a sharp divide over social media. Excerpts from Part 2 of the free-wheeling interview.   Rohan Dua: Do you …

My Dad Was Punjabi, Mom Sindhi; Grew Up Visiting Gurudwara Daily With Daadi-Naani: Karan Johar

Karan Johar, one of the most well-known and talked-about film producers and filmmakers in India, speaks to Rohan Dua, the executive editor of The New Indian as his film ‘Brahmastra’ opens in cinema across India, creating a sharp divide among the audience. Excerpts from Part 1 of the free-wheeling interview: Rohan Dua: What is the …

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