Srinidhi Rajagopal

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‘Never give up on your dreams’

Anyone who saw Shanghai will know this actress means business.

Variety is the spice of her life!


Sugandha Garg, who shot to fame with her role of a sprightly girl in Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na, continues to be on a roll. Her travel show is churning out great TRPs; her film Patang, which released in June, had a grand opening at the Berlin Fest — clearly there’s no stopping her.

Tales that make a difference

Creatives Against Poverty is a diverse pool of skilled volunteers who contribute their talent towards important social issues.

‘I love to entertain’


She’s one of the prettiest faces that’s ever appeared on television but that’s not all. Anusha Dandekar, actress/ singer/ VJ, has now recorded a single, Better than your Ex.

Beauty with purpose


Her debut appearance was in the Indie feature film Love, Lies and Seeta, which garnered quite a bit of appreciation at the Indian International Film Festival.

‘Modelling enhances you’

Everyone knows the bewitching beauty as Miss Mexico. A few minutes with Elisa Nájera Gualito is all it takes for one to figure out how focused and self-assured this Mexican supermodel is.

Bookworms in for a day of fun


In the age of Internet and smart apps, it is quite a task to keep alive the habit of visiting libraries, attending reading sessions, or simply curling up in a nook with a good book.

Enter Chandini,

Getting progressive

Getting progressive

‘An item’ of a runway queen

Having modelled in several countries across Asia and Europe, Mia Uyeda arrived in India to make waves in the fashion and film industries.

Fun activities to keep summer cool


The summer vacations are just round the corner and it’s time for parents to plan activities and events to keep their children occupied.

However, with the number of play schools mushrooming across th

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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.