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GQ India August 2019

Look Sharp. Live Smart. Right now. Download the latest issue of GQ (India Edition) in full, featuring the best in Style, Cars, Gadgets, Babes and The Good Life. You’ll be able to enjoy all our in-depth articles and great photo shoots, instantly delivered in stunning high resolution.

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India
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English
Verlag:
Conde Nast India Pvt. Ltd
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gq india

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Che Kurrien MANAGING EDITOR Maniza Bharucha ART DIRECTOR Mihir Shah PHOTO DIRECTOR Gizelle Cordo DEPUTY EDITOR Shikha Sethi DEPUTY ART DIRECTOR Vivek Surve CULTURE EDITOR Nidhi Gupta STYLE DIRECTOR Shivangi Lolayekar SENIOR COPY EDITOR Vritti Rashi Goel LIFESTYLE EDITOR Saumyaa Vohra ASSISTANT ART DIRECTOR Richa Khonde ASSISTANT COPY EDITOR Janice Fernandes COPY EDITOR Anamica Nair FASHION STYLIST (LONDON) Ravneet Channa FASHION BOOKINGS EDITOR Megha Mehta JUNIOR FASHION STYLIST Shaeroy Chinoy FASHION ASSISTANT Selman Fazil PHOTO ASSISTANT Nidhi Marwah SYNDICATIONS MANAGER Michelle Pereira SYNDICATIONS COORDINATOR Shobhana Parmar DIGITAL EDITOR Saurav Bhanot ASSISTANT DIGITAL EDITOR Shabdita Pareek SENIOR DIGITAL WRITERS Aarthi Baliga, Radhika Agrawal DIGITAL WRITERS Abhishek Nair, Shikha Talwar ASSISTANT SOCIAL MEDIA EDITOR Vrutika Shah SENIOR DIGITAL GRAPHIC DESIGNER Anita Dake ASSOCIATE PRODUCTION DIRECTOR Sunil Nayak COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION MANAGER Sudeep Pawar PRODUCTION MANAGER Mangesh Pawar CONTRIBUTING EDITORS & PHOTOGRAPHERS Abhishek Bali, Abhishek Mande Bhot, Adil Hasan, Anish Trivedi, Anisha Rachel Oommen, Annie Zaidi, Arun Jaitapkar, Bikramjit Bose, Errikos Andreou,…

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i had a dream

This month marks the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, the music festival that changed the world. Held on Max Yasgur’s dairy farm in upstate New York, the 400,000-strong gathering of peaceniks, hippies and some of the world’s greatest musicians was the zenith of the 1960s counterculture movement. Broadly defined by a philosophical embrace of free love, Eastern spirituality, non-materialism, Vietnam War protests, psychedelic drug culture and a rejection of conservative American values, it fired up the imagination of young people across the planet, leading to profound societal change. Even though the hippies were only a tiny sliver of the American population, they exerted outsized influence. The press covered them extensively. They were largely articulate, well-educated and possessed the infectious idealism of youth. Fifty years down the line, one can nitpick about how…

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tell us about your first ever music album

MADHAVAN PALANISAMY WHO: Chennai-based photographer, visual artist and doodle addict who studied biotechnology to become a scientist and change the world. Instagram@madhavan. palanisamy WHAT: “Changing of the Guard”, page 126 CHENNAI MUSIC SECRET: “A month ago, I would have said Arivu, ofRO and The Casteless Collective. Now that secret’s out!” “Nevermind by Nirvana, and An American Prayer by The Doors – these two albums made me lose sleep for a week. I heard both at a friend’s house, and looked all over the place for them.” ALEX BHATTACHARJI WHO: Brooklyn-bred journalist and screenwriter who lives in LA, where he should be surfing and doing yoga more and eating tacos less. Twitter @alexbhat WHAT: “This is Hollywood’s Inner Sanctum”, page 150 FUN FACT: “Despite their wealth, Hollywood’s most powerful figures really love discounted cocktails – the bar was mobbed…

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GQ GENTLEMEN’S CLUB WHERE: Conrad Bengaluru All roads led to the Conrad Bengaluru on an overcast June evening, where GQ India was hosting its signature Gentlemen’s Club. The evening saw the Garden City’s cool set – designers, industrialists, artists – mingle over bespoke Chivas cocktails and canapés, before moving into the ballroom for a sumptuous four-course meal. Curated by Chef Praveen Shetty as well as masterchef Alex Sanchez of Mumbai’s buzziest new restaurant, Americano, the menu included the latter’s best-known dishes, like the “corn ribs” with a secret spice mix, and a light, airy corn custard with kaffir lime. The meal ended on a sweet note, with a delicious, boozy Tiramisu Americano. A night out done right.…

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second innings

On a grey July morning, Anurag Kashyap is at Filmistan Studios in suburban Mumbai, dressed casually in a black V-neck tee and shorts, waiting for his shot to be ready. On the floors is the first film from his new production house (safely titled Good Bad Films), reportedly starring Malayali up-and-comer Roshan Mathew, and Saiyami Kher. “What’s Choked about? I call it a Sai Paranjpye thriller,” he grins. Does he want to elaborate? “No. I like to finish things before talking about them. People only understand what I’m trying to do after they’ve seen it.” What Kashyap has just finished is shooting for the second season of Sacred Games, Netflix’s first India original series, which debuted to global acclaim just over a year ago. The platform greenlit the new season before…

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batting order

FUN FACT: It was in 1911 that the first all-India team toured Britain for its first international cricket tournament – an occasion that coincided with the coronation of King George V. Cricket Country is as much the story of this tour and this team, made up of princes and commoners, as it is about a sport that today defines a nation. Through anecdotes and analysis, Prashant Kidambi, an associate professor of colonial urban history at the University of Leicester, traces the ascent of India into a global cricketing power. Not least, it’s a celebration of the men – Bhupinder Singh, the maharaja of Patiala and Kumar Shri Ranjitsinhji, among them – who got us there. ₹450, Penguin India…

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