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Relaxation, the effective mantra
Exercise away excess stress
De-stress yourself with a regular dose of these simple, yet extremely effective exercises, followed by most MNCs.
A fun grad school
Call centres with their crazy work hours and handsome pay packets finds favour with the youth and are just what the doctor ordered as a gateway into the adult world of work and career.
Invasion of the body artists
Fashion accessories just got cooler with body art shimmering up the charts. Stick-ons, tattoos and crystal are mandatory to make a glamorous splash.
Cast: Jagapathibabu, Chaitanya, Neha Mehta, Sonia Aggarwal, Soniraj, Swapna Madhuri Music: Ramana Gogula Dir: Raju Voopati THE TITLE kicked up curiosity at production stage itself. It is surprising to note that the title has an ...
Overdose of drama
THIS FILM gives birth to three talented technicians director Malli, music composer Kamalakar and cinematographer Bharat Darsan. Malli's style of taking the shots and his close-ups speak highly of his latent talents. Credit also goes to ...
An experiment gone wrong
THE RAMGOPAL Varma School of Superstition is open. Enrolment is on; book your seat in advance to avoid disappointment. The candidates are requested to check their credentials before applying. They should not be members of any rationalist ...
Simplistic treatment of routine tale
AH! HERE COMES another one of the crossover films with NRI professionals at the helm of affairs. One sip of American Chai and you wish this one had not crossed shores! This is an amateurish attempt at filmmaking, one that needs to be ...
Bang for your buck
WATCHING TERMINATOR 3 Rise of the Machines is just so reassuring. They are all back - Terminator, Terminatrix, bikes, shades, reluctant hero John Connor and the one-liners. Brave mom Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) and director James ...
Chords & Notes
ONE HEARING is enough to write the album off as average fare. There is no need for a second hearing, as it cannot boast of either good music or good lyrics to attract listeners' attention. To pinpoint the songs, one can start at the very ...
A cup of tea and some mouth-watering snacks are ideal in this rainy weather.
Pręt all the way
AND, the franchisee of Mumbai-based designer Anita Dongre, presents a pręt collection of tops, `kurtas' and Indo-westerns in muted shades with subtle detailing.
`The Public Eye', a play staged by Theatreworks, was marked by good acting style and clear diction.
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