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Monday, December 13, 2004
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Dear diary... revisited
Writing your own diary can be greater fun than reading others'
"Munnabhai" in English
"I am most comfortable editing my film. That is the time I am in control," says Rajkumar Hirani, who's busy with his next "Munnabhai" film
Girl power in full steam!
This hip-hop band can take credit for probably the highest number of splits, reunions, and a new album
Sounds like Christmas?
THE MADRAS Christian College Alumni Association (started in 1891 and the oldest Alumni Association in the country) is holding its seventh carol concert on December 13 and 14, 6.30 p.m. at the Madras Christian College Higher Secondary School ...
YOU'VE MET the guy before. You know his deep voice, the sharp wit and the edgy sense of humour. But revealing the other facets of his personality, [that he is an intense and intelligent conversationalist and a debater] is the programme to be ...
It's Sindhi, it's different
Savour the flavours of Sindh at a festival at Radisson GRT Hotel
THE TREND of using titles of old films for serials is catching on. K. Balachandar normally uses the titles of his earlier films for his Min Bimbangal-produced serials. The latest is "Engiruntho Vandhaal" (Jaya TV, Monday to Friday, 9.30 p.m.), ...
Nausheen is back
REMEMBER NAUSHEEN Ali Sardar of "Kkusum" fame? After a six-month break, Nausheen is back in Ashim Samantha's thriller "Kaalchakra" (STAR Plus) playing a character which is closer to her age. She quit "Kkusum" that gave her instant stardom, when ...
Ash in Siachen
NDTV's "Jai Jawan" is turning out to be a huge hit with rising TRPs. The crème-de-la-crème of Bollywood such as Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan, Hrithik Roshan and Rani Mukherjee have already appeared on the show. The latest to meet the jawans in ...
"Kal Ho Naa Ho" on TV
KARAN JOHAR'S "Kal Ho Naa Ho" is being premiered on December 26, Sony TV, hardly a year after its release. It once again shows that in India, nothing works better on television than a Bollywood blockbuster, which garners better TRPs than a hit ...
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