Face of the Week


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.
An accountant by profession - a model and singer by passion, Anita Prasad is all set to release her debut musical single. Indian Weekender engaged her in a conversation about her passion, profession and future plans.
Twenty-eight-year-old Pratima Patel determination has earned her a space at the Special Olympics World Games (SOWSG) in Los Angeles this year where she will be competing in Equestrian.
Juee Bhide, the 18 year old athlete is New Zealand’s national level squash player, a physiotherapy student at Auckland University and is now eyeing for the U-19 World Championship in Netherlands this month.
Nidhita Gosai, a biotechnology student now living in Hamilton learnt Bharatanatyam at an early age and now intends to teach the rich dance form in New Zealand. Indian Weekender speaks to the bright eyed-dancer...
Creative and artistic to the core, 21 year old Rhea Maheshwari speaks her heart out while talking to Indian Weekender. A commerce student majoring in marketing and entrepreneurship, Rhea is passionate about singing and painting
Sailesh Prajapati is a renowned theatre artist; he also owns a media production company in Auckland. Rich in his experience and invincible as an actor, he has been in the media industry for over 30 years.
Chaitanya Rajapurkar, a 14 year old budding young artist composed the music for a thriller play ‘Ek Adhoori Kahani’ at the Indian Theatre Festival by Rangmanch and was solely responsible for the audio effects of the play
Professor Guna Magesan, CEO of World Hindu Economic Forum and head of the department of Environmental Science at Fiji National University, also dabbles with film-making in biological farming
When she’s on stage, she forgets herself and immerses completely in the dance performance. Despite being born and brought up in New Zealand she keeps in touch with Indian culture
Of ‘Morning Dew’ fame, young and talented Sayanti Chatterjee, shares her journey and feelings about being one of the very few Indian singers and song-writers, in New Zealand in the western genre
Ravi Narayan, who doubled as Kili and also played a goblin role in The Hobbit, talks about his journey in the entertainment industry – from national to international
Simran is a 19-year-old undergrad student at University of Auckland. But she also runs a local Bollywood dance school in Glenfield and the Roskill area.
I think I’ve always been a writer at heart but it took me a long time to commit to it. Books and stories were a powerful influence in my childhood and I knew as a child that if possible writing is what I wanted to do.
Constable Satvir Sen from Otahuhu Police Station tells us about the Counties Manukau West Community Policing Team which is working on reducing over-representation of Kiwi-Indians as victims of crime

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