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  • He should have realised it

    These were people he did not know. He hadn’t seen them before in the Party Office. He should not have gone out with them. When they poured out glasses and glasses of the country hooch, he shouldn’t have drunk it. He should have realised it but he did not.

  • A beautiful blast from the past

    Asha Parekh came, conquered and reclined from the film industry much before I was born, but that does not make me any less fan of the bubbly actress. Every time the woman with stylish bouffant, kohl-lined eyes, trendy jewellery and sleeveless blouse appeared on television screen, I would set aside everything and observe her in rapt attention. I especially loved her films with Dharmendra, he being my favourite star from that generation,

  • Why God, and no human, is the real king

    God has various attributes which a normal human being, even a king cannot appreciate. You have to transcend from the gross to the subtle, writes Ravi Valluri

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    Punjabi munda Arjun Kapoor gets into Bihari mode for ‘Half Girlfriend’

    He appeared on the Hindi cinema scene an impressive debut in Ishaqzaade but was written off after Aurangzeb. However, Arjun Kapoor knows how to change failure into success. His films have now established him as critically acclaimed actor, and a bankable star. After 2 State, Kapoor is back with another Chetan Bhagat love story. Excerpts from the interview…

  • Birthday Special: Classic screen adaptations of Rabindranath Tagore

    Rabindranath Tagore has been a source of inspiration to generations of filmmakers. Be it his songs or poems or short stories or novels, his work has time and again attracted the fascination of filmmakers. On the bard’s birth anniversary we take a look at the five best adaptations of the man who charmed us with his writings.

  • Unmasked! The secret behind stunning makeovers of Bollywood stars

    The two-time Oscar-winning actor Michael Caine once said, “The difference between a movie star and a movie actor is that a star will think, ‘How can I change the script to suit me?’ and an actor will think, ‘How can I change me to suit the script.’” It looks like Bollywood has imbibed this notion, as actors have undergone some extreme makeovers that have left us in shock and awe. From going bald

  • Connecting With The Divine – Part II

    Sant Mira Bai’s bond with Lord Krishna, Shri Hanuman’s bond with Lord Rama, Jesus’s bond with the Divine are all examples to relate with while “Connecting with the Divine”. Once you have known the Divine, the next step is to Connect with your Divine. Connecting with the Divine literally means Communicating with Him / Her. It involves having a constant conversation. To awaken your divine inside, you and to communicate,

  • De-tan, the natural way!

    Here are some handy tips to get rid of your tanned skin this summer

  • Buyers pin hope on RERA to get fair deals from builders

    BHOPAL :  Sushil Gupta purchased a flat in one of the residential colonies developed by a reputed builder. When he got possession of the flat, he discovered to his dismay that its area was about 200 sq feet lesser than what was promised. When confronted, the builder told him that what was promised was super built-up area and not carpet area. Gupta was aghast to know that he had paid for the