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‘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.

Hawaii on my platter


Step into this bamboo shack, sip on your favourite rum-based or fruit mixed drinks alongwith sushis and satays at the tiki bar and café, Bora Bora in Saket.

‘Real’ stars of style


An increasing number of labels and fashion designers are breaking the conventional norm of roping in Bollywood celebrities or established models for their promotional campaigns.

Maths wizard on celluloid


It is the season when entertainment industry is opening up its vistas and experimenting with themes and subjects.

Mistress of melodies takes centre stage


Presenting a soulful evening of Indian and western music on the piano, 28-year-old daughter of Delhi Police Commissioner, Ankita Kumar recently performed amidst stalwarts like Ustad Amjad Ali Khan and

Carry on popping!


With his seemingly bone-less popping and locking style, flexible body and tremendous passion for dance, young dancer and choreographer Phillip Chbeeb was in the capital to train city youngsters at a workshop organised by the Big Dance Centre.

Fuchchas settle for flamboyance


With the new academic session about to commence soon, DU youngsters are all set to flaunt their latest gadgets including expensive smartphones, tabs, cameras and other cool music accessories among oth

All set for sweet Sixteen


Several Bollywood films have centred on the teenage romance, but an upcoming film titled Sixteen particularly zooms on the world of sixteen-year-olds, capturing the life of these teens, as they go thr

Royal indulgences


The nawabs were true connoisseurs of the good life — be it music, attire, grand soirees or an evening of poetry. And it certainly held true for what pleased their palate — a romance of spices, a wedding of flavours.

Bollywood-ish holidays with a sport-acular kick


It’s an adrenaline rush of the sporty kind. The increased portrayal of exotic locales, high-end adventure sports, and exciting activities in Bollywood movies like snow hiking in Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, skydiving in Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, Saif Ali Khan’s water chase scenes in Race 2 has led to an increased interest among youngsters and vacationers for such exciting sports.

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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.

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