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Packaged... but pure?
Gel with GREASE
SHONALI MUTHALALY on the making of "Grease", the mega-musical to be staged in the city
Where ideas flourish
Leave behind the bustle of the city and step into a serene world of art at P. S. Govind Rao's Kamala Gallery in Nandanam
BEFORE THEY hit the stores across the country this summer, the latest creations by a host of designers will be unveiled at Vimonisha's Private Collection on show from today till February 21. The gallery displays its Private Collections six ...
For star gazers
If you want to keep track of the latest Tamil releases or interact with your favourite stars, log on to www.numtv.com
The new Venus
NEARLY TWO years back when Priyanka Chopra made her debut opposite Vijay in "Tamizhan" she refused to wear skimpy clothes. But today, after "Andaaz" and "The Hero", this former Miss World has hit big time and is the new Venus in Bollywood. Her ...
EVEN AFTER the "Boom" debacle, Suresh Productions was willing to pay Katrina Kaif Rs. 75 lakhs to play heroine in Telugu film "Malliswari" opposite Venkatesh. It is the highest sum ever paid to any actress down South, but it has created a ...
Sense and sensuality
AFTER THE controversy over "Ek Chhotisi Love Story", Manisha Koirala has not only shed her inhibitions but has also done some daring scenes in Aruna Raje's "Tum- A Dangerous Obsession", releasing this Friday. "Tum" had earlier run into rough ...
JACKIE CHAN is fighting fit at 48, though decades of unrelenting pounding and bone breaking have taken their toll. His new release "The Medallion" is full of Chan's unique brand of action and humour and the Tamil dubbing has some funny ...
Play with a purpose
THE MADRAS West Round Table No. 10, member of the Association of Round Tables of India, attempts through its various welfare activities to make a difference to the lives of underprivileged, orphaned and physically challenged children. To raise ...
IF YOU enjoyed the Madras Philharmonic and Choral Society's Christmas Pudding Concert in December, here's another show that will have you cheering for more. The society presents "The Big Band and Joe Baynes" at Museum Theatre on February 21 at ...
None to squash him now
Saurav Ghosal's recent success at Sheffield will go down as an unprecedented feat in the annals of Indian squash
Catching them young
TODAY, IF you see an Indian batsman leaning into an impossibly gorgeous cover drive, that willow-wielder in question would most likely be a Rahul Dravid or a V.V.S Laxman. Or perhaps, a Sachin Tendulkar. But the point is: chances are it won't ...
Rohith Ashok and Rohini Rau lead the city's young brigade of talented sailors
PEPSI, LIKE Oliver Twist, wants more. After five years of the popular `Yeh dil maange more' slogan, which filtered from commercials to college canteens and roared from canteens to the rest of the world, the company's capping the catch phrase ...
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