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Woman on top... at Ten
THE FIGURES 31, 30, 42 may give an impression of a model's curves. But these are, in fact, averages of a role model, who has excelled in a sport till recently considered as a male bastion. Anjum Chopra, the female counterpart of Sourav Ganguly is ...
No more classes...for the man of the masses
This Thursday happens to be the birth anniversary of Munshi Premchand. He is more relevant now than ever before, says PURVADHANASHREE in this tribute... .
Hungama... fun unlimited
HE IS considered to be the much sought after name in the Indian film industry. Yes, he is the "Dil Chahta Hai" man, Akshaye Khanna, the son of actor-turned-politician, Vinod Khanna. The actor is making his second appearance in director ...
Paanch... beyond Magic Pill
SHE LOOKS ordinary but chose a not-so-ordinary debut film and role to express herself. Tejaswini Kolhapure was not affected by the film ambience at home either. But it "rubbed on slowly" as this younger sister of Padmini Kolhapure says. Tejaswini ...
A lady steps out...
RANA A. SIDDIQUI speaks to Mrinal Pande whose new work, "Stepping Out, Life and Sexuality in Rural India", opens the lid on women's condition across India... .
Silver screen, golden moments...
East Delhi's good old Swarn cinema hall makes a grand comeback this Friday with Priyadarshan's "Hungama". Movie Palace continues to appeal to the classes even as Gianand and Radhu continue their age-old ways by screening age-old films, finds out < B>KANIKA DHAWAN... .
Kaanta... raising a thorny storm
IT MAY not be the most popular music video album these days but it is certainly the most controversial. There is no denying that "Kaanta Laga" is a chartbusting video album, which has been lapped up by the new generation. That it has been lifted ...
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