| Saritha Saraswathy Balan In the 60th edition of Sampoorna Ramlila, danseuse Shobha Deepak Singh is reinterpreting Ram as a wholesome human and reinventing his place in our lives. By Saritha Saraswathy Balan Ram, Sita and Ravana are seen ... New Delhi Pioneer, 2 days ago
| Saritha Saraswathy Balan Photo essayist Dayanita Singh says it's a thrill to go a museum alone at night. She emphasises the need to bring conservation into museums, have coffee chambers in them, introduce nano museums and rejoices that ...New Delhi Pioneer, 1 week ago
Watching a Rajinikanth film at Mumbai's Aurora theatre is a different experience altogether. When Kabali released last week, scores of the Thalaiva's fans gathered to celebrate. Vidya Balan seems to know this euphoria well, and she made sure to grab the film at Aurora theatre. She was accompanied by husband Siddharth Roy Kapoor, and her parents, Saraswathy and PR Balan. A look at the pictures. Photographs: Pradeep ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. India, Sept. 27 -- In the 60th edition of Sampoorna Ramlila, danseuse Shobha Deepak Singh is reinterpreting Ram as a wholesome human and reinventing his place ...HT Syndication, 2 days ago
The hits and misses of the week. The Hindi version of Rajinikanth's Kabali did not find much love outside Tamil Nadu, and could not match the hype it generated. The Superstar has never really enjoyed a fan following with the Hindi audience, and fared average at the box office. Madaari has not been able to cash in on its popular actors, Irrfan and Jimmy Sheirgill. The title 'Madaari' is too old-fashioned to appeal to the multiplex audience, for whom this film is meant. The film ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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