Hyderabad: Over 2,000 students from different regions of India exhibited their skills and showcased their talent at Indywood Film Carnival 2017, hosted at Ramoji Film City, Hyderabad. The four day carnival hosted a talent hunt consisting of 22 categories and an award ceremony for students to expand their knowledge and provide a platform to explore talent.
Physical appearance is important to a lot of us. Every day, we stand in front of mirror to check if we look good or not. And we always try to change or maintain our looks according to what we wish. For film stars, looks are pretty much all they count on. Celebs love a nip and tuck here and there. So it’s pretty shocking when they admit that stuff has gone wrong
In the aftermath of the match-fixing scandal (2000) Indian cricket was losing credibility and identity in double quick time. Indian cricket was at its lowest and BCCI appointed a slightly inexperienced Sourav Ganguly as the skipper of the side and this decision turned out to be a masterstroke. The prince of Bengal decided to give youngsters a chance and the team saw the influx of Zaheer Khan, Mohammad Kaif, Yuvraj Singh, Harbhajan
Bollywood film industry is nothing but a gamble of struggling as well as successful actors. However, there are a few stars in the industry who have experienced moderate success in their career but as time passed their popularity came to an end.
Shubarna Mukerji Shu lists 6 films this year that have changed their scripts to accommodate their actors
Author: Seth Stephens-Davidowitz
Title: RUMI: Tales to Live By
Book: The Girl Who Takes An Eye For An Eye
Title: Hema Malini: Beyond the dream girl
Author: Ram Kamal Mukherjee
Publishing house: Harper Collins
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Most of us know that human beings cognize the physical world through five essential sensory organs. But what is not so widely known, is the fact that each of these senses is related to one of the five elements: ether, air, fire, water, and earth.
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It’s the evergreen Dev Anand’s 6th death anniversary. In 50s and 60s, he was famous for his mufflers, scarves, jacket and signature puff. Dev Anand remains an inspiration to many youngsters with his wardrobe with vibrant colours in desi fusion and western look. His films and iconic dances still mesmerise us.
Actor Konkona Sen Sharma turns 38th on December 3. She belongs to an intellectual family, her father was a science writer and journalist. Her mother Aparna Sen was actor and turned director for the film ‘Mr and Mrs Iyer’ starring Konkona Sen Sharma. Aparna is a single mother of Konkona. The latter is very close to her mother from the age of six as her parents were divorced. Her connection with
Says Dharmendra when asked about his views on the current scenario in Bollywood
Says Shriya Pilgaonkar as she speaks to NIKITA WADHAWAN about missing in action from Bollywood, her upcoming web series and starring opposite Jean Dujardin.
The tea loving nation is never afraid to welcome millennial trends and a Taiwanese specialty is getting thumbs up with fair amount of business inclination, writes Tapapriya Lahiri
Avinash Paliwal’s My Enemy’s Enemy: India in Afghanistan from the Soviet Invasion to the US Withdrawal is a perfect guide of India’s Afghanistan policy right from the last decade of the Cold War to the recent US-led war on terror. Sapna Sarfare finds more from the author
Mumbai which is renowned for its vibrant pubs and full-of-life lounges, unfortunately Andheri’s Barcode 09 fails to impress Varsha Naik