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Tamil filmmakers may well have to contend with a new set of critics, who are unknown and unheard, yet active, writes M. ALLIRAJAN
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Lifestyle

Off the mark
A little know-how is needed to rid stains from your favourite clothing and upholstery
There's something about curls
For centuries, people have envied and longed for natural curls
Webware

For little geniuses
Learn science through these websites.
Eating Out

Iced tea, anyone?
Iced tea is a wonderful way to cheer up dreary afternoons. Spice it up with imaginative serving methods
Green Notes

Large and green
`Alocasia' is an evergreen plant cultivated for its veined leaves.
Land & People

This village breathes music
In this village of musicians, at least one member in every family plays the nadaswaram or thavil
Entertainment

Surya shining
SURYA IS the fastest rising actor knocking on the doors of superstardom after the stupendous success of "Kaakha Kaakha" and "Pitamagan." He believes in experimenting within the commercial format. His "Peralagan," produced by AVM, released last ...
Male bonding
MALE BONDING has always been popular in Bollywood right from "Sholay" to the recent "Kal Ho Naa Ho." This summer 'desi' dream merchants have found the perfect recipe - throw in two or three male stars and you have a hit! Already "Main Hoon Na" ...
Bigger than 'Titanic'?
"THE PASSION Of The Christ" has become the hottest film in trade circles after the Indian Censor Board cleared the film with an "A" certificate without 'cuts'. Said Deepak Nayar, president, Kintop Pictures, which imported the film to India: ...
King Khan creates history!
ANYONE WHO grew up watching Hindi films of the roaring Seventies and Eighties will turn nostalgic with Farah Khan's "Main Hoon Na" which is a formulaic fun entertainer. At the epicentre of the mirth is King Khan and his knockout performance, ...
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