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A sneak peek at Blenders Pride Fashion Tour 2015

A sneak peek at Blenders Pride Fashion Tour 2015

It’s time to soak in style as designers showcase a piece from their latest collection at the preview of Blenders Pride Fashion Tour 2015. A model poses in an asymmetrical top by designers Pankaj and Nidhi. Fire it up in red! Model Alesia Raut sports a printed top with dhoti pants from Masaba Gupta’s collection. Candice Pinto dons an elegant black embroidered outfit by ace designer Neeta Lulla. Quirky label Little Shilpa is here with one of her statement head pieces from her ..., 2 months ago

Gogoi wants Centre to involve Anup Chetia in ULFA talks

Assam CM Gogoi wants Centre to involve ULFA chief Chetia in the ongoing peace talks with the militant organisation, reports Anurag Kashyap. Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Wednesday called upon the Central government to involve United Liberation Front of Asom general secretary Anup Chetia in the ongoing peace talks with between Government of India and ULFA faction led by Arabinda Rajkhowa. Gogoi on Wednesday said Assam Government had all along been pursuing with the Centre for ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

Review: Titli is an impressive directorial debut

Titli is a solid directorial debut but it could have been so much more, feels Raja Sen. There's a world of difference between red and maroon.  You might not expect him to know that distinction, but Vikram does. A security guard at a mall who moonlights as a carjacker, Vikram is furious at that very fact: that you think he doesn’t know better. In one of the finest performances I’ve seen this year, Ranvir Shorey is spectacular as the elder brother in Kanu Behl’s Titli, the ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago

Did Bollywood get these murder cases right? VOTE!

Vote for your favourite movie at the end! Everyone likes to watch a good whodunit on screen. But the element of curiosity and chill is doubled when it’s inspired from real-life manslaughter.  As they say, truth is stranger than fiction. Several filmmakers have explored this theory to depict a dramatic or disturbing picture of such sensational crimes for celluloid.  Here’s a list of 10 Bollywood films based on real murders. Vote for the best one in the poll below.
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Review: Meeruthiya Gangsters is engaging in parts

Meeruthiya Gangsters is a decent attempt from a debutant director, says Nishi Tiwari. Zeishan Qadri, who was born and raised in the Wasseypur town of Jharkhand’s Dhanbad district, was put on the Bollywood map after he co-wrote and starred in Anurag Kashyap’s ambitious crime drama Gangs of Wasseypur. His directorial debut Meeruthiya Gangsters presumably borrows a lot from his real life experiences from his college days in Meerut. Unlike GoW though, a two-part revenge saga that ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

The rise and rise of Rakesh Maria

Does Director General Home Guards Rakesh Maria have supervisory powers over the Sheena Bora murder case or not? There is enormous confusion on this issue, not the least because of the controversial circumstances in which Maria was appointed Mumbai police commissioner and later moved to Home Guards. It was during the previous Congress-I-Nationalist Congress Party government, headed by Prithviraj Chavan, that Maria was appointed Mumbai police commissioner, a ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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