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An innings full of thunder, an innings full of silence
LATE DHIBURAI Ambani's daughter-in-law, Tina Ambani and former US ambassador' first lady, Jacquiline Lundquist are some of her high-profile clients. Rosy Suri is running Rozelle, a studio where clothes are designed bearing in mind the needs of a ...
HE WOULD apologise as many times as his mobile phone would ring in between the conversation. He would go gaga over old melodies but would not mind arresting mediocre numbers for reasons purely commercial. He would say flatly that wrong is wrong ...
An artiste set to dazzle
Shilpa Shinde is just two films old but wants to ride like a colossus over her contemporaries. Now, playing the role of "Aamrapali" on the small screen, she tells MADHUR TANKHA that she is pitting her hopes on this serial, which she believes will be her fast track to success.
An actor with a difference
His first break came when the National School of Drama selected him in 1991. And then came tumultuous appreciation for his acting prowess when he played a villainous part in "Dushman". He is not bothered about doing only four films in four years in B ollywood, but what motivates him is versatility in roles, actor Ashutosh Rana tells MADHUR TANKHA.
Another 3-D bonanza
APPEARANCES ARE deceptive but more so in the case of Trilok Malik, an NRI businessman- cum-actor. Based in New York, he looks like any normal neighbourhood guy, but he has tremendous potential up his sleeve. His film "Lonely in America" won him ...
IF YOU look at the number of Italian restaurants mushrooming all over Delhi in just few years, it looks like as if Roman cuisine is The Taste of the metropolis. Apart from the usual pastas and spaggetti noodles, tongue-twisting unfamiliar names ...
A NAUGHTY child tries to sneak into the magician's arena and is scared back, a few pinch and push a Charlie Chaplin look-alike and he chases them crying with false tears, a few others jump at Donald Duck and Micky Mouse while some are more ...
Literacy India, an NGO under the leadership of Captain Indraani Singh, India's first woman pilot, is a story of gruelling work schedules, a continued struggle to raise funds and rock-like commitment. But the inspiration for all of us, says ANJANA RAJAN, stems from the realisation that though we cannot all fly a plane, we can certainly pilot a new and more meaningful course for our lives that will help us give something back to the society that has nurtured us.
The gloomy tale of present day society is presented to us through news reports every day. But, filmmaker-writer Amaresh Misra is swift enough to document all that is murky and muddy in his latest fiction, "A Minister's Wife", says SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY... .
THE PUBLISHERS of "Marwar" - a magazine that deals with personalities and events specific to the Marwari community - have recently come out with a supplement known as "W! - Woman Power" edited by Priti Kumar. Focussing on women ...
A NEW book by Tata McGraw-Hill has come out, titled, "Programming in C#", which represents the next step in the evolution of programming languages. This book is targeted at technology enthusiasts and professional programmers and has been priced ...
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