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SHOT at success
Tamil films too have jumped on the brandwagon. SUDHISH KAMATH hitches a ride for a sneak peek
For A Cause

Spreading hope
IT'S NOW cuisine for a cause. The South Indian Culinary Association (SICA) is hosting "Chef and Child" for the benefit of underprivileged children. Leading chefs will come together to create a fund-raiser dinner the proceeds of which will benefit ...
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Music

They jazzed up the show
THIS WAS one music show that belonged entirely to the orchestra — but then jazz without a jazzy orchestra is hardly worth a saxophone's toot. The Rooplyn Music Circle's most recent show, "A Taste of Honey", at the Chinmaya Heritage Centre, ...
Sport

'Rehabilitation takes time'
The importance of recuperation for injured sportspersons was stressed at a recent seminar in the city
Significant strides
Sridharan Sriram's quest for excellence continues with lots of runs and moments of inspiration
Eating Out

Sumptuous Singapore
Go on a taste tour of Singaporean cuisine at the Golden Dragon
Entertainment

An encounter story
"AB TAK Chhappan", directed by Shimit Amin, is the latest from Ramgopal Varma's film factory. After a short break, Nana Patekar is back playing a cop, an encounter specialist. There are 56 encounters in the cop's life, hence the title. Though the ...
Spooky tales
"THE HAUNTED Mansion", releasing this Friday, is the third Walt Disney film based on its theme park rides. Earlier, they made "Country Bears" and the hugely successful "Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl". Now in this latest ...
A mega hit
JAYARAJ'S NEW film "4 The People" has changed the placid superstar-driven Malayalam film industry. The film aimed at the youth has an all-new star cast but is like any other commercial extravaganza with technical wizardry and peppy music by ...
Nadia is back!
NADIA MOIDU, the Malayalam-Tamil-Telugu heroine who scorched the southern screens in mid Eighties and early Nineties with films such as "Poove Poochoodava" and "Raajakumaran", is now staging a comeback after a 10-year break. Nadia is playing ...

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