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Living life on his own terms
THE LATE Princess of Wales, Diana, had once testified in a BBC interview that three in a marriage (Prince Charles, she and her boyfriend) can be too crowded. So is the case in this latest film by the director duo of Abbas Mustan, who have shown a ...
SEEMS AS if songs have more to do with nursery rhymes than rhythm these days. Out of nine songs in the cassette, most are more orchestra than voice, yet "Yaar Mangiya Si" sung by Sonu Nigam and "Maahi Ve" sung in Punjabi by Sukhvinder Singh and ...
The recently opened Pan Asian restaurant at Mariott has the right blend of relaxed dining and elegant atmosphere. To add to it, it is interesting to see the service and kitchen staff communicating through high-tech hands-free radio sets - somethin g that has happened for the first time ever in Delhi. If you have the money to spend and a palette to savour Oriental delicacies, it is the place to go, says SUMITRA SENAPATY.
Their sense of dress, all white for serenity, is in stark contrast to their action-packed films. The much talked about director-duo Abbas-Mustan talk to RANA A. SIDDIQUI and share their preferences as well as the secret of their perfect symmetry... .
With the Indian cultural juggernaut ready to cut an impressive figure through the extravaganza of the Edinburgh Festival due to take place across the U.K. this July and August, many of Delhi's performing artists have got their places booked on the bandwagon, says ANJANA RAJAN.
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