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Camera-friendly cop on shooting spree


B.S. Shivaraju, aka Cop Shiva, leads a dual life — a tough cop by the daytime and a hobby photographer in his free time.

Priyanka leads the gang of toxic stars


It is not that fans mob actress Priyanka Chopra just in person; they throng her in cyber domain as well.

‘Actors are just puppets’


He is from the crop of actors who got into acting business ‘by accident’. Had it not been a broken arm, Ali Fazal would have been somewhere else, doing something ordinary.

Comics take risqué turn


Though an imaginary character, Savita Bhabhi caught the eye, fancy and naughty imagination of Indians, whose comic strip options till then had been been limited to humour, mythology and children’s tales.

Style secrets of Delhi divas


Being in the glamour world does not ensure that you are always perfectly dressed. Bad hair is not the only reason to ruin your day; there are times when a perfect dress also seems to go wrong.

Music of a rooted Indian with a global spirit


After having staged more than 600 concerts in over 10 countries, singer-songwriter from Bengaluru, Raghu Dixit has stopped counting, for he goes anywhere music takes him.

Shaolin master trains the stars


There are times when Kanishka Sharma forgets his own name, for people refer to him as Shifu. “Not many people know that Shifu means master in Chinese.

‘I’ve a long way to go’


This year is extra special for Nargis Fakhri.

Hooked on spooky thrills & chills


She swears she is totally smitten by the horror genre in Bollywood, and now when she is making her debut in acting with one such film, actress Aparnaa Bajpai says nothing could have been better than this.

Sibal pens lyrics for a Bollywood film


Law minister Kapil Sibal’s penchant for writing poems is well-known. He has now penned the lyrics for a Bollywood film based on the life of senior citizens.

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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.