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With shine and shimmer infiltrating into every aspect of fashion, can T-shirts be far behind?
Jaimini Pathak pursues theatre with a passion that is rare to find.
In communion with the cosmos
Dr. B.G. Sidharth's fascination for the universe led him to pursue astronomy and popularise it. Through planetariums, he has been able to engender a scientific temper among children and adults alike.
He is the finalist for the Lee Model Hunt from the twin cities who will be walking the ramp for the title on July 19.
The cast and crew of Working Title Theatre hold nine to five jobs and share a passion for theatre.
THE SECOND half of 2002 looks more promising than the first half for beleaguered Bollywood, with Devdas set to give fortunes a fillip. Advance booking for the film opened two weeks early in Nagpur. Elsewhere too, there is an undeniable ...
Chiru fans await thunderbolt
ASWINI DUTT'S Indra starring Chiranjeevi and heading for a July 24 release is self-confessedly the most expensive film he has made. With more than 70 artistes and shot at many different locations including Varanasi, the film is ...
Khaki lures Raasi
VIJAYSHANTHI GAVE it an enduring appeal, but the woman cop role has attracted others, like Roja, who is now playing big sis to yet another actress bitten by the khaki bug. Raasi is trying on a police uniform for the first time in her decade-long ...
New face brings fresh hope
PRITHVIRAJ, THE son of late actor Sukumaran and Mallika Sukumaran is at present one of the most talked-about new faces of Malayalam cinema. That too, when this handsome young actor is yet to have a single release. His debut film ...
Glut of films before `Aashada Masa'
A FRENZIED scramble in the Kannada film industry has begun to make the most of the auspicious days before the start of the month of Aashada. Nine films have been mounted on the floors in just seven days! In City Market, ...
Sandler brings shine
MR. DEEDS, the Adam Sandler comedy, opened in the US as the No.1 weekend film with $37.6 million, overtaking Spielberg's Minority Report. This year movie revenues are 20 percent ahead of last year, when Hollywood took in a record ...
`Alocasia cucullata' can be grown in pots and can be given away as a gift.
A mobile phone is more than a mere device to communicate `on the hoof.' A slate of new features from both cell phone makers and service providers in your town may well change the way you work and play.
Lucky Ali makes his screen debut in `Sur' an offbeat film about a musician directed by Tanuja Chandra.
ONLY THE second part of the film has some substance to relish. Till then the story revolves round a college campus where everyone hurl cheap jokes at one another. The entry of Swarna ( Anita Patel) into the college changes the atmosphere. ...
A clutch of formulae
FILMS POST-9/11 showing New York under siege from nuclear bombs and other such terrible things are a poignant reminder of Hollywood's belief in American invincibility. These films are meant to be popcorn flicks but willy-nilly take on a ...
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