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Nothing to crow about
Fashion statement so light
CINE STAR Trisha Krishnan was at the Tanishq showroom on Cathedral Road to unveil the new lightweight Colour Collection. Clad in a colourful spaghetti top and black trousers, the smiling actress with her girl-next-door look, admitted, "I am not ...
New for old
ONCE AGAIN, it is silk sari exchange mela at Radha Silk Emporium. You can take your old pure jari silk saris in any condition to them, get it evaluated and exchange it for a new sari. You can buy a new sari of your choice or get a credit note ...
"I enjoy doing comedies... I feel it is an effective way of communication," says comedian Vivek
Ahead of its time
With "Yuva" and "Aayitha Ezhuthu," Mani Ratnam has delivered classy films that truly reflect the different ideals of the youth of today
Chords & Notes
THERE'S SOMETHING haunting about Abida Parveen's voice. You can't help sinking into her robust, untamed, unabashed singing. This queen of mystical singing, one of the most outstanding contemporary exponents of the ghazal and sufi traditions, has ...
THE TREND these days is for high profile stars to be replaced by lesser known ones who later go on to become `soap queens.' Some weeks ago, Maansi Roy replaced Nausheen Ali Sardar in Ekta Kapoor's "Kkusum" on Sony TV. Now Saakshi Talwar, who ...
DD's new brand ambassador
AMITABH BACHCHAN dons yet another cap... as brand ambassador for Doordarshan. He will do 10 spots that will inform the viewers, advertisers and media planners about Doordarshan's role as a public broadcaster, its reach in rural and remote areas ...
Knock, knock, Karan is coming!
THE HOTTEST news in television circles is that Karan Johar, the hot-shot director, will anchor a talk show for STAR World. Titled "Koffee with Karan Johar," it will be telecast in 26 episodes. Karan's fascination for the letter "K" will continue ...
Glut in the market!
ONE OF the Tamil cinema's biggest revenue earners was satellite television rights, especially for big budget movies. Due to stiff competition among the Tamil channels, the satellite rights prices went through the roof, as channels were ready to ...
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