'A producer once told me that one doesn't get paid for his acting skills.'' If you work here, you have to be either lovable or sellable.''Nobody talks about talent.' 'Here, people can pay huge stars in crores, but they will cry to pay actors like me in lakhs.''They will say, 'Budget nahin hai. Is baar kum le lo, next time we will see'.''But that 'next time' doesn't come.' Pavan Malhotra, one of our finest actors, shows us another side of Bollywood. IMAGE: Pavan Malhotra One of Bollywood's ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
As historic structures in the city lose their significance, few people who are still enthusiastic to know about the past are making an effort to keep them alive. Speaking about one such historic spot which is unknown to this generation, is the ...DNA India, 1 week ago
By Meher Marfatia| Posted 2 hours The long standing trademarks of Old Tardeo Road equally tell how much has not changed in this area, along with all that has Ms Bhesania was our French professor. Fragrant with her generation's 4711 cologne, ...Mid Day, 3 weeks ago
By Phorum Dalal Vippan Bajaj and his son Kunal are carrying forward a four-generation legacy of sweets and farsan with Punjabi Ghasitaram. In 1947 the partition of India and Pakistan forced Ghasitaram Bajaj to abandon his 31-yearold sweet and ...Mumbai Mirror, 1 month ago
In 1947, the partition of India and Pakistan forced Ghasitaram Bajaj to abandon his 31-yearold sweet and farsan shop, Ghasitaram Devidattaram, on Taboot Lane in Karachi. Leaving everything behind, he fled with his family to Amritsar and took refuge ...AhmedabadMirror.com, 1 month ago
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