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Madhuri inspires B’wood newbie Tahira


Delhi-based Tahira Kocchar, Miss India 2010 finalist, is on a high these days, as she made her Bollywood debut with the recently released Rabba Main Kya Karoon, where she plays a girl-next-d

‘Film industry is fast evolving’


He is a character-acting veteran — admired and successful, both in Bollywood and Hollywood.

Corporate politics at play


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B’wood takes a shine to unhappy endings


Time and again Bollywood trends make a comeback. One such trend seems to be the protagonist meeting a tragic end in the final scenes of a film. Be it Ranveer Singh in Vikramaditya Motwane’s Lootera or Aditya Roy Kapur in Aashiqui 2 dying for love, sad endings seems to have re-surfaced again.

Celebration of heritage


Unlike many others, she is a swadeshi at heart and loves talking about Indian motifs, designs and textiles in her collections.

Direct from the food cart


Tucked away in the bylanes of Khan Market, newly opened restaurant Trolleys welcomes you with warm pastel colours and comfortable couches.

Designers on a film trip

A still from fashion designer Pernia Quereshi’s film After Hours

Fashion designers and popular fashion labels are increasingly exploring the medium of motion pictures or short videos to present the character and philosophy of their collections in a crisp, catchy and a more indulgent style.

‘I am excited to work with Vidya’


With the successful run of Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, based on the life of legendary athlete Milkha Singh, Bollywood’s latest fad seems to be drawing inspiration from sports and sporting icons.

DU girl signs 3-film deal


Beauty pageant winners continue to make it big to Bollywood. Urvashi Rautela, 19, who won the title of I Am She Miss India Universe 2012, is all set to play the leading lady in the Bollywood film Singh Sahab The Great.

‘Bollywood is tough on models’


Model-turned actress Lisa Haydon, who made heads turn in Aisha, set temperatures soaring in the capital with her sizzling little black dress appearance.

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