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Love triangle heats up


Be it a story of two gangsters, love in the holy land of Benaras, or a suspense thriller, B’town loves the idea of adding a twist to romance.

‘I’m waiting for the right scripts’


She marvels at Dhanush’s flirtatious one-liners as he hits on his childhood sweetheart Sonam Kapoor in Raanjhanaa. Delhi girl Shilpi Marwah, who is seen playing Sonam’s friend and Abhay Deol’

Giving wings to the dreams


Satvinderjeet Kaur, 18, who lives in the slum areas of Govindpuri is busy with last minute shopping before she leaves for US mid-July.

House concerts bring music into living room


Music lovers groove to the beats of their favourite songs. The band is pumping up the volume and everyone is hooked to the music. However, it is no bar, restaurant or outdoor concert. The venue is — home. People are now enjoying the music within the comforts of their own house. The culture of in-house performances is gaining popularity in the capital. Living rooms, balconies and terraces are fast converting into stages for musicians to play gigs.

Nirbhaya to stage protest


While the Nirbhaya gangrape evoked reactions from all quarters it has also influenced artists overseas. South African theatre artist Yael Farber is presently rehearsing a play titled Nirbhaya, based on the incident, with a group of seven actors in the city. Farber believes that the incident has broken the banks of what is tolerable.

Fresh acoustic twist to hit singles


He is a hard rock-meets-alternative rock and acoustic artist, and he makes it a point to add a bit of his own arrangement to each song keeping the essence of the song intact.

Imran dons tapori avatar


Fans waited for more than three hours to get a glimpse of their favourite actor at City Centre mall, Gurgaon, on Saturday evening.

Corporates welcome pink workforce


July 2009 Delhi High Court ruling, which decriminalised homosexuality, was a milestone for LGBT community. Bright and colourful “Pride parades” saw many coming out of the closet and celebrating their sexual freedom.

Small roles go a long way


Swara Bhaskar is being praised for her stint in recently released Raanjhanaa. And she says that her character is what she is like in real life. She excitedly goes on to talk about her small but an important cameo in the film, “My role captures the spirit, energy and madness of Benaras. Bindiya is a madcap and crazy but lovable and madly in love with Dhanush,” says Swara.

Corporates encourage camaraderie via music


Corporate houses are going the extra mile to bring together their staff. Camping, adventure sports, cricket matches, trekking and other outdoor team-building activities are passé. It’s time to hold the mike, put your best foot forward and steal the show as companies are now engaging their employees in music and dance activities.

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