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In Satya, Shiva's Company
Things never stop happening to Ramgopal Varma, the Hyderabadi who changed the grammar of cinema in Bollywood. After the super success of `Bhoot,' Varma is all set to start work on the Amitabh-starrer `Ek' and his banner in the Telugu film industry as he revealed in this exclusive chat with MINI ANTHIKAD-CHHIBBER.
Lifestyle

Be dazzled
Elahe In Vogue presents the new line of designer handcrafted silver jewellery - Amrapali, inspired by ethnic designs.


Cool pastels
The new line of Anamika Khanna at Elahe In Vogue has georgettes, silks and cottons in softer tones to go with the season.
Sparkles galore
The new diamond jewellery range from Inter Gold places the city on the country's gem map. Check out the array at the showroom.
Music

Record breaks
In a world where talent is measured by how or what you do to prove your prowess, the two non-stop music concerts held recently comes as no surprise.
Cuisine

Lime `n' lemony
The humble lemon apart from being absolutely wonderful as pickle, lends itself to some really delicious tangy desserts.
Insite

Cell phones for the rest of us
It's great to own a mobile, but who wants to pay for a number of gimmicks that no one ever uses? Here's the low down on affordable handsets without all the pricey extras.
Entertainment

Lacking in aesthetics
THOUGH THE title has a touch of folklore, the movie is a contemporary love story. Raviteja and Namitha play these lovers Ravi and Preeti. The story is set in Mumbai where Ravi's father (played by Chandramohan) runs a textile showroom while ...
Not so impressive
<15,0m,,0>Cast: Uday Chopra, Rahul Dev, Purab Kohli, Akash Saigal, Namdita Das Music: Vishal-Shekhar, Sandesh Shandilya Dir: Padam Kumar Some beat, some rhythm, finally
Cast: Rahul Bose, Juhi Chawla, Sanjay Suri, Rinkie Khanna, Shayan Munshi, Riya Sen Music: Vishal-Shekhar Dir: Sujoy Ghosh THE BEST thing about Jhankaar Beats is it strikes some rhythm. The worst thing is it takes quite some ...

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