Speaking about the anniversary issues, Radhakrishnan Nair, editor and publisher, Man's World Magazine said, "The idea was to do something unique and different for our 10th anniversary issue. It is an idea we employed quite successfully for the launch of Rolling Stone India two years ago, when we had five different covers. The content of the magazines from the inside are exactly the same. The Shah Rukh Khan cover issue features the Amitabh Bachchan interview on the inside, and the Amitabh Bachchan cover issue features the SRK interview as an inside story."
The anniversary issue also features the inaugural edition of Making a Difference, Man's World’s tribute to a range of low profile people who are making an impact through their work and earning money while at it.
Speaking about his vision for the magazine, Nair says, "Man's World was launched ten years ago as India's first men's luxury lifestyle magazine, at a time when there was a gap in the country's media market for a magazine that catered to the well-heeled Indian male's evolving taste in reading, and to provide him information and advice to help adapt to a fast changing lifestyle brought about by the then early days of globalisation."
Speaking about Rolling Stone's completion of two years in India, Nair said, "It has been an interesting two years for Rolling Stone India. Rolling Stone is the world's best known music and popular culture magazine. We launched at a time when urban India was getting ready for a boom in live music --- in terms of new places where bands could perform, and in terms of the burgeoning number of Indian bands that were putting out original music, a far cry from the days when Indian bands just played covers of old songs. Rolling Stone was thus at the right place at the right time to catch this emerging wave. Not only are we the magazine of choice of those who want to keep track of what is happening on international music front, but also a fast expanding constituency of readers, who follow the Indian music scene closely."
Rolling Stone's special March issue is devoted to the 25 Best Bands in the country. The 25 bands featured in the issue include Pentagram, Indian Ocean, Shaa’ir + Func, Thermal and a Quarter, Motherjane, Swarathma, Raghu Dixit Project, Junkyard Groove, The Supersonics and Soulmate, amongst others.