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Bolly divas sizzle in bold avatars


Shruti Haasan’s movie stills from her upcoming D-Day are already creating a sensation. The sizzling beauty will be playing a sex-worker from Napier Road, Karachi.

Fans shift gears, root for sportsmanship


Team Delhi Daredevils has packed its bags and the spot-fixing allegations have revealed a murky facet of cricketainment, but cricket lovers in the city refuse to stay disappointed and are all set to e

Cricket in a spot leaves fans disappointed


A real sportsperson plays for his passion for the sport as well as his country. But the recent spot-fixing allegations in Indian Premier League 6 have left many cricket fans disillusioned and disappointed. While Rajasthan Royals players S. Sreesanth, Ajit Chandila and Ankeet Chavan are under the scanner, sportspersons from various quarters say that such incidents dent the spirit of the game badly.

Small roles can go a long way


Does length matter? Perhaps not. Amitabh Bachchan’s two-minute stint in The Great Gatsby is creating waves. While his face on the poster has surprised even the actor, given his cameo is of very short duration, it’s sure garnering attention and winning praise.

Expats dress down in city


A Manila-based company recently issued guidelines for its foreign female invitees against baring legs or wearing short dresses as it could lead to sexual harassment. It also cautioned them against public display of affection such as cuddling, kissing or even holding hands.

Showbiz babies turn style icons


One-and-a-half year old Aaradhya Bachchan is already a fashion icon. Her cute little pink jackets, leopard-print leggings and ankle boots are making headlines. Not just Bachchan’s daughter, even Emraan Hashmi’s toddler is setting trends.

IPL-ayers go Gangnam


With star-studded opening ceremonies, glamorous cheerleaders and funfilled after-parties, the Indian Premier League has always been an exciting combination of action with the right dose of entertainment. Though that doesn’t seem to be enough for players this year.

Happi-ness in black & white


Bhavna Talwar is a destiny’s child. In fact, the opportunity to make films came her way quite by chance.
She was enjoying writing features on films, doing theatre and before she knew she found herself directing her first film Dharm, which won many awards including National Award in the category of Nargis Dutt Award for Best Feature Film on National Integration in 2007. She is now ready with her second film Happi, which is set for release in July.

Mistress of history

After penning books on diverse topics like food, travel, health, happiness, beauty, power of mind, Mughal history, Saddam Hussein, Indian army and a lot more, author Tanushree Podder is back with her

Tollywood, Kollywood, Punjwood cousins come to town


Every time Ventatesh turns in style and says, ‘Nenu evaru anedhi mystery, nanu catch cheyalante history, meeru chudaboyedhi naa victory’ in his latest Telugu film Shadow, the dialogue garners deafening whistles.

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