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AMBIKA VARMA finds out what meaning friendship day holds for our young, budding stars and artistes.
Acquaintances galore but friends?
Friendship is being sacrificed at the altar of a fast lifestyle.
His little big GODS
Young Dr. Kamalendra Singh, a biotechnology lecturer, is crazy about cars and Ganesha. Only, they are all measured in centimetres or fractions of centimetres, as PRIYADARSSHINI SHARMA found out.
"Inconsiderate guests. But I don't think you missed much. Did you see that part where he looks at the child's face?" "Ah... yes, after that what happens?" So went the dialogue in an office... no, not between two women, but between two ...
A comedy caper
VETERAN DIRECTOR David Dhawan is considered the king of comedy. Now Dhawan's latest offering is "Mujhse Shaadi Karoge", a zany love triangle with Salman Khan, Priyanka Chopra and Akshay Kumar in the lead. The director works on the subject of two ...
SPIDERMAN-2 OPENED in India collecting Rs. 7.7 crores over Friday to Sunday (July 23-25) weekend from 327 screens. This smashes the opening weekend record of Rs. 5.3 crores set in May 2002 by "Spiderman". Said an ecstatic Uday Singh, managing ...
Man's tryst with rain
FROM TIME immemorial, man's life has been inextricably intertwined with the fluctuating faces of Nature. In Kerala, the last Malayalam month, Karkadakam (from mid-July to mid-August), sets the stage for Man's date with Rain Goddess. It is the ...
He vrooms across
RIGHT NOW he amuses the audiences, the world over, as he confronts a new nemesis, the evil Doc Ock, on screen. With the arrival of Spiderman 2, it's virtual celebration time for all those who are crazy about the wonder boy called Peter Parker, ...
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