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A spooky scarefest

The cast and crew of the upcoming supernatural flick, Ek Thi Daayan

It is an irony that every person associated with upcoming Bollywood flick Ek Thi Daayan does not believe in the supernatural, but they all have worked hard to make this film as convincing as possible. At the recent press conference held at PVR BlueO, the star cast including Emraan Hashmi, Kalki Koechlin, Huma Qureshi and producers Vishal Bhardwaj and Ekta Kapoor admitted that they do not believe in the supernatural and are ready to impress the audience with a purely commercial film.

Flight of wild fancy


When the beautiful bird takes flight and glides across the sky, it is a camera-perfect moment for Laszlo Berta. The wildlife photographer of Hungarian origin is showcasing his exhibition “Odd-One-Out” at Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre, New Delhi. The exhibition features over 40 photographs of birds from India, Sri Lanka and parts of Hungary that Berta shot over a span of 10 years.

Arjun aims for new heights

Mountaineer Arjun Vajpai

Once again, Arjun Vajpai, 19, India’s youngest mountaineer is ready to scale another peak. Arjun, who had to call off his expedition to Mt Cho Oyu and Mt. Shishamangma last year, is set to climb Mt. Makalu, the fifth highest mountain in the world.

Youth embrace the special cause

Volunteer Kirti Pandey, 24, is a special educator and spends most of her time teaching children with special needs

Many feel strongly for a cause, but only a few devote time and work closely with people with special needs. However, many city-based young professionals are making time for people suffering from autism and say it gives them mental peace to work for the cause.

Bollywood beauties sport haute fringes


What Sonal Chauhan, Genelia D’souza, Parineeti Chopra and Bipasha Basu have in common is not their co-actors, but their hairstyle.

Dad, buy me my dream!

Actor Jackky Bhagnani’s father Vashu Bhagnani purchased rights of Psy’s Gangnam Style for his son’s film Rangrezz

Recently, Bollywood producer Vashu Bhagnani bought the rights of Psy’s super hit Gangnam style for son Jackky for a hefty amount. Sonam Kapoor coaxed dad Anil Kapoor to buy the rights of one of Anuja Chauhan’s novels for her sheer love of its female characters. Brad Pitt is building a private zoo for his brood of six.

Colour crazy party frenzy

Anukant Dubey

Here is a special day for our Delhi celebrities to party hard. Unlike other occasions when they are seen in their designer best, white will be the dress code as they step out to celebrate Holi tomorrow. The number of hot and happening Holi bashes is on the increase, and most people have their calendar crammed with party invites. Bashes with interesting themes and fun activities are the hot favourites.

Belle a vista

Earlier in my life, I had largely dealt with tiny objects on a smaller scale. My designs were majorly tableware, bar accessories, home décor collectibles and private installations. But this time I wanted to experiment on a larger scale and create something that connects with masses.

Hit rewind and re-tune

Dhak dhak from Nautanki Saala

The generation of 80s, along with Sridevi, hummed Tathaiya tathaiya from the movie Himmatwala, and the masses in 90s drooled over Madhuri Dixit showing her moves in Dhak dhak from the hit Beta. Decades later, the songs are making a sensational comeback, albeit in a new version with new faces and identity.

Stars set to have a ball

Ranbir Kapoor is going to play for All Stars Club

Come March 30 and football fans in Delhi will see a starry face-off on the field of Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. On one side will be All Heart Club, a team of cricketers led by Virat Kohli, and on the other side Abhishek Bachchan will spearhead All Stars Club, his bunch of actors. Going by their versions, both the teams are preparing hard to give each other a tough competition and raise funds for Magic Bus, an NGO.

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