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Monday, July 19, 2004
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Gayab for posterity
The man behind Julie
HE ANNOUNCED his arrival with Baaghi, consolidated it with Pehchaan and now he is ready with Julie. Once known for giving the plight of girls from the lanes of lust a celluloid form without revealing the matter, this time ...
Not so righteous!
THE SMALL screen has made him. Yet, the lure of the silver screen is stronger in Amarr Upadhyay. Three apprearances in films - Dhund The Fog, Wah Wah Ramji and LOC - K argil. All flops. In fact, he is still recognised ...
Trailing the sheep and the dunghill
IT IS the year 1975. Near the Ridge, beyond the Kabristan (graveyard) Punjabiyan in the Civil Lines, a shepherd grazes his flock. Stick on shoulder he is in a world of his own amid the lungs of a Capital plagued by agitations and violence. The ...
Wanna dance like a man? Ask Shobana
Actress-dancer Shobana chats with ANJANA RAJAN on what it takes to dance like a man, and sundry other thoughts.
For students only
WELL, STUDY and excursion may not gel but student and excursion indeed does. Now, International Student Identity Card (ISIC), the only UNESCO endorsed card accepted in over 100 countries and proof of full-time student status, brings exclusive ...
Hot and sweet junction
For a Bengali treat, SUMITRA SENAPATY recommends the newly- opened Howrah Junction at Wave, Noida.
The Invisible Man is here!
"Gayab" is built on a sound edifice of make-believe. But there is more to it than just the mischievous deeds of a loveable hero.
"Torque" is meant to be enjoyed for its amazement value, and discarded after single use like a disposable syringe.
Not just another?
`RETH' COMPLETES a week of existence in Indian television's soap list this Monday. Being aired Monday to Thursday at 12.30 p.m. on Zee TV, Reth offers a head-on collision with the numerous afternoon sagas, primarily on Star Plus, which are ...
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