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NAACH... Now and how!
The small screen Khan
HE GOT his name from the famous Russian painter Cezanne. But the Indian entertainment world often confused him with Hrithik Roshan's wife Suzanne Khan. And then, Cezanne got to act in Ekta Kapoor's Kasauti Zindagi Kay on Star Plus and it ...
At ease with the world
BY THE usual yardstick, Shilpa Shinde comes across as different. Simply because, this television actress says she is "not interested in film roles." A little more conversation takes you to the fact that the lady is talking from her ...
Relishing food, the Thugs way...
HIS VERY first appearance makes one giggle, instantly becoming peels of laughter once he begins to smile in his trademark slant style, and a tab perhaps because he is wearing an unusual combination - navy blue shirt, black trousers, white ...
AS THE name suggests, Oz, a wonderland from the fairy tale, is serving the Mid-Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine for all the food lovers at MGM Plaza Mall, Gurgaon. The restaurant with its glass interior looks spacious. The flowing white fabric ...
Lords of the Strings
IT IS a bright sunny day at Delhi's busy Connaught Place and unruffled from the hush outside it's work as usual for Bishan Daas Sharma and his son Ajay at Rikhi Ram musical instruments shop. The man in seventies is telling the foreign customer ...
No Aitraaz at all
EXPERIMENTING WITH the image is in vogue and the best scientists to consult for the role reversal in Bollywood laboratory are Abbas-Mustan. They changed Deewana Shah Rukh with Baazigar and Khiladi Akshay Kumar with ...
Little delight of Veer-Zaara
WHEN DIVYA Dutta was a child she broke her bones while riding a horse. After this experience, she stopped horse riding but she never stopped doing the role that she considered "endearing". Her role of Sabbu in Veer Zaara is one of them. ...
Historical as history
More than 40 years after it kissed the silver screen, "Mughal-e-Azam" is back. This time in all colour, ready to take on the challenge of "Veer-Zaara", "Naach" and "Aitraaz". Will history work again, wonders SURESH KOHLI.
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