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#SAvWI: 'Karan Johar should make Choke Choke Hota Hain,' Twitter reacts to Proteas defeat
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#SAvWI: 'Karan Johar should make Choke Choke Hota Hain,' Twitt...

South Africa had come into the World T20 as one of the favourites but after three games it seems that the same old story is going to repeat itself. Another loss, another disappointment, another choke. After scoring a paltry 122 in 20 overs, the ... DNA India, 1 month ago

Emotions ain't easy...

During the shooting of John Schlesinger's Marathon Man (1976), Sir Lawrence Oliver who played the Nazi antagonist in the film got irritated with his much younger co-actor Dustin Hoffman for his insistence on running around several blocks of ...
 Financial Chronicle13 hours ago

Kristin Cavallari's New Reality: Relaunching Emerald Duv, Designing With Chinese Laundry and Building a Brand

Kristin Cavallari came of age in reality TV. She made her debut on MTV as Lauren Conrad's nemesis on Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County, then graduated to The Hills with the rest of the photogenic flaxen-haired crew. Enduring the shows drama ...
 WWD.com2 weeks ago
New Indian Express

'My Defence Mechanism is to be Happy Always'

The new actor from the Mahesh Bhatt film stable, Tara Alisha Berry is also Sikander Kher's half-sister (Gautam Berry was their father). She made her debut in Mastram (2014) and followed it up with The Perfect Girl (2015) and TV serial Choker Bali.
 New Indian Express1 month ago

27 things to do around Mumbai from March 13 to March 19

Prev By Team SMD | Posted 3 hours sunday mid-day brings you a complete planner of events for the week ahead Arty affair In which SUNDAY mid-day rounds up art and photography shows that are a must-catch Meet the master architect ...
 Mid Day1 month ago

The man who wanted to save cinema

P K Nair, the legendary founder-director of the National Film Archive of India, passed away into the ages on March 4. He was 86. Nairsaab had dedicated his life to restoring and archiving films, and his life was documented in Shivendra Singh Dungarpur's Celluloid Man. IMAGE: P K Nair is a god-like figure for many Indian filmmakers, says Shivendra Singh Dungarpur. P K Nair is an Indian icon. The legendary former head of the National Film Archives of India, Pune, was responsible for restoring ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

'I don't get many offers in Bollywood'

'I choose the best of what I get. I will not do every Hindi film that comes my way. I would rather wait and do good films than do rubbish films because I will have no career left.'  'It's tough in Bollywood because there is a lot of competition. You have to create a niche for yourself.' Raima Sen tells us why she's been away from Bollywood. IMAGE: Raima Sen/Twitter. It's been a while since we saw Raima Sen in a Hindi film. She's been busy with her Bengali films -- her latest release was ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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