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Stub it out
The Anup Jalota concert was entertaining and transported the audience into a devotional trip as well.
Chords & Notes
THIS IS the second film of the Bhagat Singh wave spreading through Bollywood. After Raj Kumar Santoshi's venture with music by A.R. Rahman, Dharmendra's presentation titled 23 March 1931 Shaheed directed by Guddu Dhanoa has music by Anand ...
Q-Jam, the smart digital jukebox, is a hot favourite with the young and the restless at the swank coffee pubs and eatouts in the city.
A painting exhibition on the Ramayana series by child artists held at Jawahar Bal Bhavan, is a visual treat.
Brush with the divine
Mythology and nature are intertwined in Sarla Chandra's works which are mounted at `also'.
Handwriting reflects the sub-conscious mind and health issues, observes Dr Ranadheer Kumar, graphotherapist and author of `Handwriting Talks' at the launch of the book recently.
AFTER A considerable gap, Narayanamurthy strikes again with the same philosophy he propounded in his earlier film, and he does it impressively. The film is strong in dialogue and individual performances too, basically from theatre. Quite a ...
David Dhawan is back... and how!
TAKE LEAVE of reason, send your finer sensibilities on a summer vacation and enjoy Hum Kisise Kum Nahin, a David Dhawan film in his own inimitable style, though a trifle tardy at times. You won't mind this one because probably for the ...
Relive the experience
SPIELBERG MADE this film when he believed in movie magic, before he decided that he had to become "serious" and make movies with messages. This is a film that makes you laugh, cry, scream in fright and most of all gasp in wonder. E.T. ...
Lacks patriotic fervour
THIS FILM brings to the fore in no uncertain manner the hazards of making films on revered figures of history. Or even the more recent freedom fighters. The problem with making a film on a national hero involved in the movement for ...
If you thought Chinese food only meant noodles and rice, these snack recipes would give a different perspective.
Taj Group of Hotels will be organising an eco walk to invite people to show their concern for the environment.
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