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Bhoot, Bhoot...the Masoom Bhoot!
A girl who could have been in academics, a girl who could have been lost in Bollywood without Ramgopal Varma. But then again a girl who has done enough to carve out her own niche, earn her own place under the sun. RANA A. SIDDIQUI speaks to Urmila Matondkar, the bewitching "Bhoot"... .
Down Memory Lane
Delhi's special people, then and now...
THE MURDER of two eunuchs within a year in Raghubir Nagar has escalated the war among the hijras of Delhi. Zareena was the first to be killed and then her mother, Neelam. Feuds among the eunuchs are nothing new. Earlier it was the hijras of ...
Lifestyle
Smart this summer...
WITH THE sun shining in full glory, it's that time of year when customers can be enticed with clothes designed to beat the heat. New Delhi's ITC Wills Lifestyle Stores have come out with a summer collection in soothing whites and delicate ...
Cinema
Finally, some `haasil'!
IF YOU have seen "Haasil", running at cinema halls in the Capital, you must have noticed that the film talks about reality bytes. This real life treatment comes from a 35-year-old director Tigmanshu Dhulia. Some know him as Shekhar Kapoor's ...


Some Armaan, some fulfilment, some frustration
HONEY IRANI need not surrender all right to compliments. Her ways have to be admired, her lines are good enough to bear repetition, her sensitivity worthy of emulation. However, let's refrain from too much adulation as her debut venture "Armaan" ...
Naam Gum Jayega... all for name and identity
ARE YOU ready to give up your religion? No. Gauri Pradhan and Shilpa Kadam are forced to by the script. The duo playing Priyanka and Zeenat, discover after 22 years that they have been leading each other's lives - swapped at birth in "Naam Gum ...
Anil Kapoor Award... anyone?
IT WAS not so long ago that he started his career with "Woh Saat Din". Now, they have instituted an award in his name. What's more, it becomes one of the few awards to be instituted in the lifetime of the star. Yes, Anil Kapoor Award has been ...
Eating Out
Seven joys of life...
Crowne Plaza Surya's Seven restaurant offers seven delights and then some more. Taste some of the finest kababs with some handi chaawal and come back for another helping, suggests SUMITRA SENAPATY....
Shopping
Hide-n-sleek...
LASALLE - AN international player in soft leather portfolio and luggage bazaar - has launched a new range of leather and canvas products. The range comprises laptop compatible wheelports, duffels, satchels and accessories designed for ...
Events
With a sword for any fate...
WE KNOW that some things just can't go together as war and words, sword and pen. But when words eulogise war heroes at least knives can go with books. This is exactly the marketing strategy of Anish Goel, Managing Director, Sasna Enterprises and ...
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