Following the urban living, this essay observes the city with a blend of documentary and fiction. It offers encounters with places, juxtaposed in sets of opposing concepts such as the central and the peripheral, the private and the public, the visible and the invisible and the real and imaginary.
Bal Thackeray's Funeral
A photographer’s account of Bal Thackeray’s funeral http://www.openthemagazine.com/article/photographic/not-just-another-day-for-a-photographer
work in progress
A brief podcast addressing the issue of 'Need for a safer environment for our on-site construction workers and their families'
I don\\'t want to sleep alone
A photo-essay I shot on the LGBT personal histories of a group of friends in Bangalore, India. It's documentary photography showcasing the lives of young members of the LGBT community and what it means to be gay in a country like India.
Inner circle is an ongoing journey for me. I started working on this project when my parents moved from Kolkata to stay with me in Mumbai. Each image narrates a story of its own, where I have explored my relationship with my family, places I have visited and occupied.