Aditi Pancholi

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Stop, paint and go!


Delhi-based artist Puja Bahri once dressed like a man and hopped on a truck early morning with a photographer friend.

‘I want people to know Husain as a person’


Fans of the celebrated painter M.F. Husain have a reason to rejoice. Actress Reena Roy’s sister Barkha Roy is set to present the eventful journey of the painter on celluloid.

Changemakers on song


Music director duo Salim-Sulaiman with their recent song Yeh mera India seek to spread awareness about the rich bio-diversity of India and the need to preserve it.

‘Madhuri is one of the greatest stars’


She is chirpy, bubbly and has been stealing hearts with her effervescent smile and acting prowess. But the actress is now all set to surprise viewers by playing the dark character of a conniving politician in the much-anticipated film Gulab Gang.

Delhi’s classic shot stories


From historial monuments, lush green landscapes to the charm of old Delhi and capturing the cosmopolitan lifestyle, photography enthusiasts have shot and documented various moods and shades of the city.

Las Vegas wedding for Diana


After donning the hats of an actor, motivational guru, grooming expert and an author, former Miss World Diana Hayden is set to play the much-anticipated role of a wife in her real life.

Yaami set to work with B’town bigwigs


She is a very popular face on TV, having done several advertisements and popular TV shows. Actress Yaami Gautam is currently enjoying her presence in Bollywood.

Musicians keep it raw


An impromptu music session, where the band performs one of their signature songs representative of their style of music, records it and puts it up online is a trend that is gradually gaining popularit

Prachi eyes negative role


Prachi Desai is busy reading fresh scripts and waiting for that one image-changer meaty role. After portraying a wife and lover with actors like Farhan Akhtar, Abhishek Bachchan, John Abraham and Sanjay Dutt, the actress Desai is looking forward to surprising her audience with an unconventional role.

B’town newbies on signing spree


They are young and promising, and geared up for their B-town foray.

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.