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PIX: Alia, Disha, Esha, Jacqueline's day out
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PIX: Alia, Disha, Esha, Jacqueline's day out

What is keeping the stars busy? Wherever Bollywood celebs go, the cameras follow. Events. Gyms. Restaurants. The celebs get snapped everywhere. So what were they doing on Wednesday?   Alia Bhatt at the launch of the song Ae Watan from her film Raazi.   Actors Jaideep Alhawat, Vicky Kaushal and Director Meghna Gulzar join Alia.   Esha Gupta was shooting in Bandra, north west Mumbai.   Disha Patani at the Puma store.   Farhan Akhtar, who bought a swanky Jeep Grand ... Rediff.com, 2 days ago

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''Yogi threw me out of his janata darbar'

'"Get lost from here, you scoundrel. Nobody in this administration will help you," the CM shouted at me.' IMAGE: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ajay Singh Bisht -- aka Yogi Adityanath -- interacts with citizens at a janata darbar. Photograph: Kind Courtesy @CMOfficeUP/Twitter Ayush Singhal, a Lucknow resident, on April 3, 2018, alleged that he was pushed away by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Ajay Singh Bisht -- aka Yogi Adityanath -- when he approached him with a complaint against an MLA at a ...
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The Lives of Others

IN THE SMALL town in Uttar Pradesh where I grew up in the 1980s, the only source of entertainment was the escape Bollywood provided. My father and I would often skip into a nearby film hall in the late afternoon to catch the matinee, and later in the evening ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago
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Ranveer-Sara, Varun-Katrina: Like Bollywood's new jodis? VOTE!

Are you looking forward to Bollywood's new love stories? With every new movie coming up, Bollywood gives us many reasons to look forward to it. So besides songs, dialogues, action, locales and stories, there's something else as well. The people in it, of course! We're going to be treated to a lot of new jodiS in the movies, and we're excited to see how their chemistry will work out. Are you excited about Bollywood's newest jodis? Take a look and do vote for them!   Ranveer Singh-Sara Ali ...
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The Little Wonders: The small-budget blockbusters

You could well call it an adage in the context of Hindi cinema: For every Sholay there is a Jai Santoshi Maa . In the era of Tiger Zinda Hai and Padmaavat , we therefore have a Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety that has collected over Rs. 45 crore in week one alone.
 Bollywood Hungama1 month ago
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How Shammi Kapoor became a superstar

'After watching Elvis Presley, Shammi Kapoor decided to pick the rock and roll star's style itself.''Dada was the kind of producer who took a leap of faith and gave Shammi Kapoor the freedom to display himself as crazy, mad, rough -- all the charms of Elvis Presley -- in his films.' IMAGE: The Filmistan studio. Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com Do you know how Hindi movies were made? How the studio system shifted to the star system, and how the big stars were born? Do you know how ...
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Investors Summit: Yogi govt spent Rs 65cr in 'make up' of Lucknow

The roads were repaired, a fresh coat of paints put on footpaths and sidewalks, almost 1,25,000 flower pots kept at major intersections, illuminated wraparounds put on lamp posts along the route from the airport to the Summit venue. Virendra Singh Rawat reports. The 'makeup' of Lucknow to host the mega Uttar Pradesh Investors Summit 2018, that concluded on Friday after witnessing the signing of Memorandums of Understanding worth almost Rs 4.30 trillion, has cost the Yogi Adityanath ...
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#ValentinesDay: Sushmita, Sonam, Anushka's love posts

Bollywood's having a GREAT Valentine's Day! A day when love is celebrated, in person and on social media. It's Valentine's Day and our Bollywood celebrities are making sure to put up their pictures.   Photograph: Kind courtesy Taapsee Pannu/Instagram Taapsee visits the Golden Temple in Amritsar with her Manmarziyaa team, including writer Kanika Dhillon, co-star Vicky Kaushal and casting director Mukesh Chhabra. Taapsee writes: 'Valentine's Day pe Babaji se pyaar..... sang parivaar ...
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The Beautiful Cities of Bollywood

Touring India's cities with these movies. Indian cinema has often captured the pulse of our cities. Beautifully. Intelligently. Sensitively. Whether it's the food, the music, or the vibe, the movies do get it right. Onir's Kuchh Bheege Alfaaz visits a city he knows well -- Kolkata. As the film is set for release on February 16, a look at recent Bollywood films which took us on a tour of different cities in India.   Goa, Dear Zindagi Dear Zindagi, starring Shah Rukh Khan and Alia Bhatt, ...
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Rekha, Varun watch Padmaavat with Ranveer, Deepika

It's screenings galore for Padmaavat! Now that Padmaavat has released, its makers want to make sure *everyone* in Bollywood watches it. After the cast, including Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone and Shahid Kapoor, and their families watched the film on Tuesday, January 23, a couple more screenings were held for friends. Yet another screening was held at the Yash Raj Studios, and quite a few celebrities attended.   Rekha.   Deepika Padukone is touched with the response her film has ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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