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Laugh your blues away
Even the risk of heart attack is minimised in a person, who laughs well, says the noted psychiatrist Dr.N.Mathrubootham.
Chatting her way to fame
RENUKA IS one small screen star whom viewers prefer to see as a grulous yet no-nonsense woman. None wants to watch her shedding glycerine tears and her non-stop chatter and astute arguments on television have won her many fans. But the fact is, ...
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Rocky route to the past
Revisit history at Gingee
THE YEAR 2003 has been bullish for Bollywood with two blockbusters, six hits and at least eight films that will make marginal profits. Today, Bollywood is making films for the booming overseas market. This year's biggest hit is undoubtedly "Kal ...
TRISHA KRISHNAN, Tamil cinema's nice girl can't stop smiling. This year has been fantastic for her as she was the heroine in "Saamy", the biggest hit of the year. Said a gushing Trisha: "The film gave me mass acceptance and to be part of the ...
Blood and gore
FIVE YEARS back, Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill" would never have got through the Indian censors because of the overdose of violence and gore. Tarantino makes stylish but violent films and has become a cult director with "Reservoir Dogs", "Pulp ...
King of kings
THE THIRD and concluding part of "Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King" is slowly turning out to be the biggest Hollywood hit of the year. The film opened on December 17 and has amassed $124.1 millions in five days and is likely to displace ...
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