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Enter the new fad
Let fear envelope you...
... With `Vaastu Shastra' rolling out of The Factory on October 22
Tracing emotions and imagery
T. Kaladharan's exhibition in a vibrant colour palette is visually stimulating
For that heartthrob
THE 30-SECOND commercial is already on air. And it has kicked off an SMS signature campaign to support your heart. The man at the centre of action is actor Akshay Kumar. Advocating the cause of the heart and keeping it in good health, Akshay, ...
Return of the macho man
Jackie Shroff may not be getting any younger, but the film industry seems to have rediscovered him in a new light
This anchor's firmly rooted
Mini Menon, CNBC TV 18 anchor, doesn't try to live down her Femina Miss India 1996 antecedents
Haute club wear
The `backless' theme kicks off a fashion series showcasing trends in club wear
ONE IS glued to work, the other works to spread it, one simply designs fashion, the other fashions designs on its economics. Eleven years later Ashima and Leena Singh, the sisters-in-law of the fashion world continue to fascinateas much with ...
A pitcher of jazz
Music buffs in town tasted jazz during the recent Charminar Jazz Collective concert
A `hatke' quintet
CHARMINAR JAZZ Collective is a rather queer name for a band. So are members who make this five piece multi-cultural band. Meet Max, a native of Holland currently in the twin cities, on the saxophone, and Kartik Kalyan who works with Deloitte, who ...
Chords & Notes
THOUGH THE album does not begin with Shaikpet sulurpet naidupet alwarpet... sung by (Malathi Laxman), it is an attractive number and has the potential to become the pick of the album. When she said Eela kotti champutharu Andhra ...
Elegant and colourful
Zinnia comes in handy for flowerbeds, borders and cut flowers
RESPONDING TO the pleas of the Kerala film industry, chief minister Ommen Chandy has reduced the entertainment tax from the existing 35 per cent to 21 per cent and also announced stringent punishment amounting to spot fine of Rs. one lakh and ...
TN follows suit
IF KERALA chief minister is industry friendly, the Tamil Nadu Chief minister Jayalalitha who hails from the film industry proved that she understands the difficulties better. That she can relate to their problems even better has been proved ...
THE KANNADA industry has not responded to the boycott all given by all the other major film industries in the country. The elections due for the Karnataka Film Chamber of commerce will soon decide which way the industry will move as the fight ...
Yandamuri Veerenderanath's popular novel `Vennello Godari' is coming shortly to a television near you
A son's search
THIS ONE surely is creating waves. Naana on Gemini is based on a novel by Malladi Venkatakrishna Murthy and to a large extent does justice to the hugely popular work. The serial touchingly captures the sentiments and emotions of the ...
Just for TV
AGASTHYA SASTRY'S argument, in a way, is quite simple. Why not have cinema that is made exclusively for television viewers? Why feed on small screen what is made for its bigger version? It was this reasoning that had the seasoned ...
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