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John pumps up his filmy dream

Actor John Abraham means serious business as a producer. And that’s why he handled his first baby with enough care and affection.

Setting her own pace and rhythm

Dj Ma Faiza

A keen ear for music and a pair of skilled hands to roll the disc were all she had when she started out. But it proved to be enough to keep party animals on their feet all night long. 42-year-old DJ Ma Faiza is now an internationally acclaimed spin doctor with enough X-factor to boot.

Sandhu wants author backed roles


He has been entering your living room as Veer Singh Bundela till so recently. But now catch him as Aditya Thakur on the tellyland. For actor Nandish Sandhu has an image makeover to don a new role and a distinct responsibility.

Giving a French twist to classical Mohiniyattam

At one moment, her fingers form a lotus, at another; she applies imaginary kohl to outline her eyes.

Tribal art gets to see world through Jaarok

India is home to a thick populace of indigenous masses and tribal natives spread across its length and breadth.

Acousmatics, bringing stability to a noisy world


This 25-year-old is unlike other music junkies of his age. Suave and diligent, he is beyond the usual periphery of run-of-the-mill stuff.

Kolkata gets nostalgic on Chowringhee’s golden jubilee

Mani Shankar Mukherjee

It’s nostalgia after 50 years. Well, that’s another ingredient which tickles the Bong-palates...err...minds to their hearts’ content after long animated adda-sessions and savoury culinary delights.

Rock and pop exam makes india debut

Musicians seen performing at the recently held Trinity workshop. Extreme left: Music exponent David Bobby

Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy — Ludwig van Beethoven.

Teen artist rocks art world


You are sixteen going on seventeen Baby, it’s time to think Better beware, be canny and careful Baby, you’re on the brink....

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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.