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A true cinephile
Santhosh shares his passion for films with MINI ANTHIKAD-CHHIBBER
Metro Mail


Issues

Missed opportunity
THE YOUTH Employment Summit 2003 saw a lot of young and enthusiastic artistes willing to showcase their talent at People's Plaza before an international audience that had flocked to the city. The backstage bustled with activity on Monday ...
Webware

Carol check
Enjoy a whole range of carols - some new, some old, but all of them sung in the spirit of Christmas
Sport

A win at last!
The Adelaide Test was a `defining moment' in Indian cricket, writes V.V. SUBRAHMANYAM
Notes from the firing line
The shooting champions were won over by the facilities provided for the competition
Younger team in the fray
India's hope for victory in the Azlan Shah Trophy rests on these young shoulders
Showbitz

Meghna's moves
HER DEBUT film Filhaal may not have created sensation at the BO but it won her recognition. The talented daughter of Gulzar and Rakhee Meghna has indeed made her mark as a writer - which is in her genes. Meghna Gulzar wrote her father's ...
Malik on screen
ANU MALIK is riding high these days. His musical score for LOC Kargil is being appreciated. He has had a good time composing for Gurinder Chadda's Bride and Prejudice. "In fact just yesterday I got a call from Miramax saying they ...
Jack tops the box
LOVE AMONG older adults conquered the U.S. box office as Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton's romance Something's Gotta Give debuted in the top spot with $17 million. The previous weekend's top film, The Last Samurai slipped to second ...
Alien and the egg
THE EGG that spawned the freaky facehugger creatures in the 1986 sci-fi movie Aliens now has a new home. Sigourney Weaver, who starred in the movie, presented the 45-kilogram silvery-greyish egg to the National Museum of American History ...
One more time
DIANE KEATON says she had so much fun working with Jack Nicholson on the set of Something's Gotta Give that she wants to team up with the veteran actor again — but played down rumours the two were an item. "I love Jack," she told the ...
Shopping

Naturally yours
BASED ON the theme `be eco-friendly', 95 Parklane, Secunderabad, is organising a Nature Bazaar which will showcase products like bags, saris and dress materials. The exhibition sees the participation of two organisations, Shramik Kala and ...
Entertainment

Paradise found
For your DVDs head to Cinema Paradiso which opens today, has a mind-boggling collection of DVDs of world cinema
Tackling AIDS
"Of Freedom and Fear" is a film that focuses on AIDS and youth
Out of the box
HAVING SCORED a century, Mrudula appears set for a long innings. With an impressive cast and sensitive portrayal, the daily serial on Vissa TV has been going strong since its inception. Mrudula revolves around Sravani, who plays ...

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