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Dishing out the delicious
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IT IS gratifying to hear (Hindu Metro Plus 6th Sept) that the Tamizh thai Nadaga mandram artistes have decided not to rest on laurels they had won and plan to improve upon their performances. It is imperative on their part to stage dramas ...
Tracking the ball to basket
SHE COMES from the land, which has produced many a sportsperson who made it big at the national and international levels. Like many of her brethren, she too was a talented sportsperson making a mark for herself during her illustrious sporting ...
Feline, fast and favourite
"I am not comfortable doing regular heroine roles."
The crown flower
What makes the crown flower significant is its religious use during Vinayaka Chaturthi
A walk in the clouds
Ambanaad: don't bring your world here; escape it, says SOMA BASU
Surya is back!
SURYA, THE rising star of Tamil cinema, has finally decided to scrap his Gautham Menon-directed "Chennayil Oru Mazhaikalam" after almost a six-month wait and a photo-shoot. According to Surya: "I was waiting for Gautham to finish his Telugu ...
Master of suspense
MANOJ NIGHT Shyamalan's latest film "The Village" was premiered by Columbia Tristar at Chennai's Satyam Cineplex recently. The auditorium was done up with thematic displays and international promos. Storytelling has always been Shyamalan's forte ...
Sarath's new dual role
SARATH KUMAR, the He-Man of Tamil cinema, is once again donning the dual role of father and son in director Hari's "Ayyaa" to be produced by Pushpa Kandaswamy for Kavitaalaya. Sarath said: "`Ayyaa' is a family entertainer and will be a milestone ...
LAST WEEK, Reema Sen changed the way her name was spelt and dropped her surname had her spelling changed and surname dropped as per numerological advice. She has become Reemma, and believe it or not, her first release after this name change ...
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