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Where are the storytellers?
Speed tips for swimmers
Drills are a great way to unlearn old mistakes in technique.
Layers of style
With a little ingenuity, layering of a garment can result in a chic effect.
Sequins and stones
Orange Feathers, the new boutique in the city, gives the shopper the option of putting together an outfit from a spellbinding range of designer wear, jewellery and accessories.
The man and his dog
A prick of the lethal syringe, and the dog breathed its last... A heart-rending tribute to a `best friend.'
Expressions from the heart
Jayabrato Chatterjee, writer, filmmaker and corporate communicator was in town for the reading of his latest novel, `Beyond all Heavens.' In an informal chat with RADHIKA RAJAMANI, Chatterjee reveals plans for the future.
Setting a rule of sorts
Milind Soman, the icon of models, is now charting a new course - film production. His first venture `Rules', produced by E-Motion pictures, is slated for release in August.
VASANTHAM HAS brought a whiff of fresh air into Venkatesh's career. Venky's desire to do different types of roles boomeranged with the two disasters Vasu and Gemini. However, Vasantham came as breather for him and saw his ...
Another star son makes entry
MOHANBABU'S SECOND son, Manoj, is also entering the tinsel world albeit quietly. His big brother Vishnu's entry was a spectacular event with a local television channel telecasting it live. However, insiders feel that the whole affair was just a ...
Teja on a talent search
TEJA WHO made stars out of several newcomers is planning a movie with an all-new star-cast a la his first film Chitram. Udaykiran, Nitin, Sada and Anitha are some of the well-known actors from Teja's stable, besides several other character ...
Silence for the second time
AFTER SINGEETHAM Srinivas Rao's Pushpaka Vimanamu, the second silent movie in Telugu, being made by actor Aditya Om is titled Kitakitalu. In Tamil, it is Kich Kich and in Hindi, it is Adbhuth and Miracle in ...
Rambha in an item number
ITEM NUMBERS by star heroines of yesteryear has become a big craze nowadays the latest being Simhadri where Ramya Krishna shakes a leg with young N.T.R. for the song Chinnadamme cheekulu kaavala... Now, Rambha, too, has ...
Going all out for a hit
PAWAN KALYAN is off to the U.S. of A. on a holiday, for the second time after the disaster called Johnny. However, the grapevine has it that he has clubbed business with pleasure. He wanted to study the latest techniques available in the ...
Contest for youth
AS PART of the pre-release publicity, Dhum being produced by Radaan Media Works is planning a contest for youth with the help of Gemini TV. The contest will start after the film is released and the winner will be awarded the title ...
S.V. KRISHNA REDDY is, perhaps, the only director whose films have escaped the censor's scissors. This achievement should be attributed to S.V. because he is known for making clean family entertainers. The title of his recent film Pellam ...
Wonderful white snake
THE WHITE snake, which is as important as the heroine Soundarya in Swetha Nagu is imported from Meghalaya. The feats performed by this snake are unbelievable, the producers say. The film, which is being made simultaneously in two ...
NUMBER `SEVEN' seems to be lucky for some young heroes like Pawan Kalyan, Maheshbabu and N.T.R. Pawan's seventh movie, Kushi, turned out to be a big hit for him while Simhadri is well en route to success. Okkadu turned out to ...
Sumit's musical debut
KISHORE KUMAR left a deep imprint in the musical world. He was the king of yodelling. Kishore Da's son Amit Kumar entered the fray but could not climb heights that his father did. Now the younger son (of Leena Chandavarkar) has made his foray ...
Big B's run
THERE SEEMS to be no doubt that the busiest actor in the Hindi film industry is Amitabh Bachchan. This legend still rules supreme. Scripts are written specially for him giving him an opportunity to perform diverse roles. Advertising goes ...
THE STARS don't seem bright for some at least for the time being as actors in tinsel town have been struck by a spate of accidents. Ash suffered one on the sets of Khakee a few months ago which incapacitated her for a while. Her ...
The Kangaroo vine is an ideal houseplant that can be easily grown in bowls or hanging baskets. Trained on bamboo frames the plant serves as attractive room dividers.
Comedy for a cause
Theatreworks will stage Peter Shaffer's `The Public Eye' today at the Birla Science Centre.
Beginning an end!
Directed by Arvind Mittal and staged by Expressions, Woody Allen's absurd comedy `God' abounded with humour with its breezy script, and each line contributed to the mirth of all those who watched it.
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