Grand, golden, glamorous, the past acquires a charismatic air when perceived through the eyes of fashion. In films, it wields power to the cinematic scenery and serves to identify history. Hindi films love to go back in time and recreate its most flamboyant flavours for our viewing pleasure. You'll be seeing a lot of it in Vishal Bhardwaj's 1940s love triangle, Rangoon, which hits the screens this Friday. Care for the vintage vibe? Learn from Bollywood. Anushka Sharma IMAGE: Anushka Sharma ... Rediff.com, 4 days ago
‘Vikram Malhotra’ – sounds like the name of a rich and powerful businessman sort of a character from a Bollywood potboiler who will change the flow of events with his entry into the plot. The man whom I interviewed in real life by the same name is ...Bollywood Hungama, 1 month ago
'Salman Khan means a lot to me, he holds a lot of importance in my life. Whatever he says is the final word, even in my personal life.' 'He recommended me to his producers as well as other producers. He told me whom to meet, who is right, who is wrong... He tells me not to be satisfied, one must have that restlessness and hunger to do more work.' Jumme Ki Raat singer Palak Muchhal tells us how she found fame. IMAGE: Palak listens to the questions patiently with a smile.Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Call them back Much is said about how a city grows around you. Mumbai and Kolkata have been portrayed as protagonists in novels, from Shantaram and Maximum city or films like Mumbai Meri Jaan or Dombivali Fast and Amar Prem, Devdas or Kahaani set in Kolkata.All About Belgaum, 2 months ago
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