Face of the Week


Natasha Bali started off as radio presenter before deciding to pursue her passion for dancing by opening a dance academy.Natasha Bali recently landed her first role in a movie that will soon hit theatres..
Farida Master lives in the pulsating world of media. In an exclusive interview with Indian Weekender, the Auckland-based senior journalist speaks about her stint in the industry, ...
For Fiji-born Neekita Naidu, a chance win at a photo shoot paved her way into the world of modelling. Seven years and many pageants later, she is now on her way to Fiji to compete in the World Supermodel South Pacific event.
Sehar Moughal came from Pakistan to New Zealand more than a decade ago. A recent graduate with an MSc in Psychology from the University of Auckland, her short-film
Indian Weekender caught up with Tiffany Singh and spoke to her about her works in display at Auckland's Fo Guang Shan Temple and Malcolm Smith Gallery from September 27 to November 19.
This 26-year-old beauty is one of the 20 finalists for the Miss Universe New Zealand pageant this year. Indian Weekender talks to Ronita Lal about her journey and preparations for the contest.
This talented singer has carved a niche for herself in the Kiwi-Indian music landscape. After humble beginnings, she aspires for greater heights with strong determination and constant efforts
Rohan Kirtane, a young and budding singer, is slowly being recognised in the Indian community in Auckland after winning a singing competition. He talks to Indian Weekender about his journey so far and future plans.
An engineer with a prodigious passion for art and culture, Atul Kumar, 29, is among those Kiwi-Indians who knows how to strike that perfect balance between professional career and their passion.
Gurpreet Sidhu has been passionately promoting the Yogic way of living within the community. Indian Weekender is happy to feature her as our Face of the Week and here is a gist of our conversation with her:
As she prepares to lead a team of talented men and women in a special dedication to the legend and her inspiration–Lata Mangeshkar, Indian Weekender is proud to feature her as our Face of the Week. Here is a snippet of our conversation with her:
This young and talented Indo-Kiwi dancer’s love for classical dance saw her starting her professional training at the tender age of eight. This week, the Indian Weekender brings you the story of Sumedha Hariswamy
It began with volunteering at an elderly care facility; an experience that led Dr Gaurav Mrinal Sharma towards the field of medicine. The Indian Weekender talks to him to find out more about his life, career and his future endeavours.
Life throws different challenges every day and they are supposed to help you discover who you really are. Nirmita Santanu Ghosh shares how she accepted these challenges.
You might have seen her playing various characters in different acts, but while talking to the Indian Weekender, Rupal Solanki raises the curtain and talks about her life beyond theatre.

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