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Sighting home turf
Passionate about dance, actress Shriya is looking forward to her debut in the Hindi film industry, writes RADHIKA RAJAMANI
Cinema

New villain
IT IS every actor's dream to don a role in a Mani Ratnam film. Guess who is Mani's new find? None other than the irrepressible Bharathiraja equally respected for his fine craftsmanship and experiments on celluloid. Bharathiraja himself was ...


Tasting success
ALONG WITH Sheela, Jayaram too got a fresh lease of screen life with the super hit film Manassinakkare. Before that his films were doing just average business at the box office. So it was like a new beginning for this talented actor who ...
Consolidation spree
THE LATEST sensation of Kannada cinema, Darshan Srinivas, has of late, become a competition to himself. In the latter half of last year, two of his starrers were released simultaneously and were proved hits only to be followed by another movie ...
Enjoyable drama
THE DIRECTOR maintains a certain amount of suspense in the first half of the film and keeps the audience guessing about what the hero Chanti (Jagapathibabu) is up to. Chanti recruits young persons doing odd jobs and pays them heavily. These ...
Khaki versus khadi
Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Ajay Devgan, Akshay Kumar, Tusshar Kapoor, Jayaprada, Aishwarya Rai
Director: Rajkumar Santoshi
Music: Ram Sampat IT IS now the storm that will decide the fate of a candle. Only that candle will survive that has ...
Predictable ending
ALL FATHERS are not wrong, but that needs a proof. All daughters too, are not untrustworthy but that again needs to be believed. An ideal, united family where trust for each other reigns supreme, and where love and affection play vital roles, ...
The zing thing
EWAN MCGREGOR is in full form as the "ladies' man, man's man, man about town" Catcher Block in this zingy comedy. Block is a hotshot journalist working in the ultimate man's magazine, Know. It is 1962 and Barbara Novak comes from Maine to ...
Harry gets hip
ALFONSO CUARON, who is helming the latest Harry Potter film, The Prisoner of Azkaban, says, "Harry goes through a journey where he realises that demons aren't just things that go bump in the night. But also can be painful emotions, ...
Eating Out

Meal by itself
Khichdis with different cereals make hearty and healthy meals too
Events

The monkey shines
The Chinese New Year was ushered in the city with traditional pomp and gaiety
Catch him live
Come February, Bryan Adams will be performing live in Delhi and Bangalore
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