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Films with a powerful message
Each piece of jewellery at Shree, Temple of Gold, not only stands out for its craftsmanship but is also hallmarked to guarantee quality and purity of gold.
Visit DakshinaChitra to experience a slice of Andhra Pradesh's rich culture at an interesting festival till March 23.
Colourful collage of impressions
Sigurdur Orlygsson, an artist from Iceland, whose works are on display at the Cholamandal Artists Village till March 18, draws inspiration from the world around him.
At a time when most people prefer watching private channels, Sport Quiz on DD-Podhigai beckons attention. The programme's anchor, Dr. Sumanth C. Raman seems to have made all the difference.
"A Woman's Place" and "Unlimited Girls" that were recently screened at the American Consulate auditorium in the city, as part of the PCVC End Abuse Campaign, spoke the language of feminism in a telling manner.
With an attached pool parlour, Café Jam on Cenotaph Road seems to be one of the favourite hang out spots for the youngsters. As for the food nothing different but reasonably priced.
NOT JUST Ekta Kapoor, former Miss Universe-turned-actress Lara Dutta too considers the letter `K' lucky! "Besides the fact that the man I've been seeing for the last five years is Kelly, my name in my first three films begins with K Kajal ...
Paro turns plain Jane
THE `PARO'-chial feeling has surfaced big-time. After "Devdas" Aishwarya Rai is back doing a film based on a Bengali classic, "Choker Bali". And director Rituparno Ghosh just can't stop raving about her. "We got along fabulously and I convinced ...
Burning the midnight oil
THE WHOLE of this week, Kareena Kapoor shot all-night at Madh Island for Dharamesh Darshan's "Bewafaa". "Who says stardom is a bed of roses? Anilji, Akshay and I've been shooting from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m.," sighs Kareena, while tucking into her ...
On a war footing
RECENTLY O.P. Dutta, father of J.P.Dutta released his memoirs, "Choolah Aur Chakki". Everyone from Amitabh Bachchan and his politician-friend Amar Singh to Raveena Tandon and Kareena Kapoor turned up for this great moment in the Duttas' life. ...
For kiddos now!
PERHAPS JUST one of her kind only, the husky-voiced evergreen pop-sensation, Usha Uthup is amused about her forthcoming music video for `Bhoot' directed by Ramgopal Verma, and recordings for the Subhash Ghai production, "Jogger's Park". More ...
WHETHER THREE hours or three minutes, Aamir Khan is a sure winner. While the audiences adored him in "Lagaan" and "Dil Chahta Hai", his appearances in the soft drink ads seemed to have pleased the Advertising Agencies Association of India and he ...
SINCE DECADES, he has been walking tall! Name, fame, money and talent words that have become synonymous with Amitabh Bachchan. Industrywallahs say the `priced' hero still has a queue of producers waiting to sign him. And ready to pay him ...
IT SEEMS movie-makers are chasing him and so are the gals! Papa Rishi Kapoor and mamma Neetu must be concerned about their ladla beta Ranbir being hounded by the Press. The smart, young Kapoor is doing a course in acting in New York. ...
The two-day event of theatre-related activities organised recently saw students of the University of Madras perform excerpts from "The Good Doctor" and the Australian play "Stolen", besides a thought-provoking workshop on theatre by Professor Pflanze r.
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