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Monday, April 07, 2003
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Carrying on a musical tradition
Dr. Anji Reddy, Chairman DRL, shares his thoughts on the future of pharma industry in India.
Women `Kavis' gave vent to their feelings on the problems faced during a "Kaviarangam" organised in the city recently.
RAJ BABBAR'S son Arya has forgotten his debut debacle, "Ab Ke Baras". Unrecognisable in his new avatar as a restless Haryanvi lout in debutant Saurav Shukla's "Mudda The Issue", the new mellowed and power-packed Arya takes you by surprise. "Yes, ...
MOST CINEASTES consider him to be a commercially savvy but the most artistic filmmaker of the country. Never mind if his initial foray into Hindi cinema met with a lukewarm response. Putting "Dil Se" behind him, Mani Ratnam is all set to make ...
Abhishek's role call
GOOD DAYS are definitely around the corner for Abhishek Bachchan. Besides Raj Kumar Santoshi and Mani Ratnam's films, he's also doing a film with Rajiv Menon, who is all set to direct his first film in Hindi. A father-son story (many more are in ...
Rani racing ahead
"SAATHIYA" HAS done a wealth of good for its leading lady. Suddenly Rani Mukherjee is all over the place. The latest in her kitty is Ketan Mehta's film on the 1857 uprising. Aishwarya Rai and Divya Dutta are also being considered for the other ...
For brother's sake
EKTA KAPOOR is currently in Mussourri shooting for her third yet untitled production with Sohail Khan, Isha Koppiker and Anita. The proud sister just can't stop talking about Tusshar. "Imagine he's been brought in place of Akshaye Khanna in ...
Producer in the making
SUNIEL SHETTY and his seven-year old son Ahan took off to South Africa to watch the World Cup. "The girls (wife and daughter) were left behind at home," enthuses Suniel. He is all set to produce "Rakht" starring good pal Sanjay Dutt, to be ...
On a different note
ONE SINGER who has always tried to stay away from stereotyped tunes is Sonu Nigam, and his homage to the legendary Mohammad Rafi proves this. His voice lends itself smoothly to both soft melodies and peppy numbers. Following `TVS Sa Re Ga Ma' for ...
The fair was good for the students had the opportunity to visit over ten colleges under one roof
As the new recording medium with fourfold capacity, DVDs have become increasingly popular, especially among film buffs.
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