Your interview with Riddhi Dogra was a very interesting read. The lady sounds like a real go-getter and is very sure of herself. And yet, at the same time, she also sounds very down to earth and practical. We need more actors who are actors, not ‘stars’, who get carried away with the whole fame and celebrity madness. Wishing the lovely lady good luck in her future projects. Govind Kamle
Every month that I read your magazine, I find that a city author has written a new book. I am very amazed and at the same time proud that our city has such literary citizens. It is great that Indian readers are picking up work from Indian authors, and so many creative people are finally being able to get published and find their markets. And not just the self-help and management kind of books, but fiction as well, which I feel is a far tougher sell in India. Hope to see more of Shruti Upadhyaya and her ilk on our bookshelves soon. Babita S.
Hampi seems to be the new ‘it-destination’ in India. First I slowly began to see many mentions of the place on my Facebook feed, and now quite a few newspapers and Citadel also have covered it recently. Sometimes we forget what a rich cultural heritage we have in our own country when we make our travel plans and opt for destinations abroad. I am glad our local gems are getting more coverage. Hopefully, it will boost the tourism industry nationally. Shwetha Shetty
I too recently visited Orion Kitchen & Bar, and then stumbled across your magazine’s article on the same. Though I am usually a traditionalist, I was quite impressive with this new-age molecular cuisine. It was not great in its presentation, it delivered on the taste as well. The fact that the menu was a mish-mash of Indian, Eastern and Western cuisines did not take away from the experience one bit. Gayathri Ramanan
I was happy to see your coverage on the medical field with your interview on a city orthodontist. Up until a few years ago I think, the magazine had a regular column on Health, and I thought it was a good one. I wondered why you’ll discontinued it? I hope you resume it sometimes, as well as covering more folks doing medical work. Dr Mayank Rathore
I really like your Beautiful Homes section. Pune has people with taste, as well as good architects and interior designers. Our bungalows rub shoulders with apartment buildings, and it all gives the city a wonderful character that I don’t find so much elsewhere in other cities of the state. Sushil Punjabi