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How Alia Bhatt became a bankable star
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How Alia Bhatt became a bankable star

Unlike most Bollywood kids whose careers tend to play out in fits and starts, Alia Bhatt's growth has been swift and steady, notes Ranjita Ganesan. Photograph: Kind courtesy Alia Bhatt/Instagram "For actors, 'you only live once’ does not apply. I can live several lives.” This, says the 24 year old, has been her motivation for embracing the movies. "I get to be part of a different world in every film." Five years into the business, an inventory of the worlds she has accessed ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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Will Arnab recreate his magic with Republic TV?

Analysts say that Republic TV has to hit the top spot in the shortest possible time if it has to make a dent in the ad market and break even, writes Vanita Kohli-Khandekar.  Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com S A Hariharan of Thanthi TV was one of Tamil news television’s star anchors. When he was offered a job at Arnab Goswami’s much-talked-about and yet-to-be-launched Republic TV, an English news channel, he was hesitant because of his Tamil accent. But Goswami was ...
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Is Kapil Sharma having trouble handling success?

Such is Sharma's clout that very few are willing to take sides in this controversy.'It's like talking about Salman Khan.''No one wants to ruffle feathers.'Avantika Bhuyan on why India's biggest television star finds himself in the eye of a storm. IMAGE: Kapil Sharma knows just how to make people laugh on his show. On March 20, a day after Yogi Adityanath took over as chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, reports of another drama, which happened 30,000 feet in the air, would send social media into ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Make way for Indi toons

Cartoon characters created and developed in local animation studios are enchanting Indian kids like never before, says Vanita Kohli-Khandekar. It is fun time, says blue boy Kris (above) every time he wiggles his peacock feather and trashes Kanishk Sir. 'Bacha nahin kehna, Uncle (Don't call me a kid),' says nine-year-old Shiva before pressing a button on his watch, launching a gadget and getting the bad guys. 'Khaali pet mere dimaag ki batti nahin jalti (I can't think on an empty stomach),' ...
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