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Setting new highs
There is more to body building than what you think. Here are some hardcore truths
Almost a replica
FROM STATUES, figurines, pillars, corridors to shlokas inscribed on the walls... the set has it all. A variety of materials like plaster of Paris, plywood, fibreglass, gunny and gada have been used to create the set. The ...
Swarovski presents a glittering range for Diwali
Meet Chandrashekhar who tasted success with his debut venture "Aithe"
DANIEL PEARL, the journalist who was killed last year in Pakistan was a talented violinist, fiddler and mandolin player. He used his passion for music to form friendships across cultural and verbal divides. In every town, in every country, in ...
Censor Board's new face
Anupam Kher wants to make a difference to the quality of entertainment on the small and big screen
To charm a Moghul soul
Moghul miniatures are a hot favourite this season.
Dare to dream?
DREAMS BY definition have to be impossible. Otherwise, they would be everyday reality. So, dreaming comes easily and without responsibility. The trick is to turn that dream into reality, and this is where the daring of Chutki - the ...
IT'S MAYHEM from the word go. Guns are toted, swords brandished, bombs exploded, women raped, heads chopped, looting, arsenal. Words are not enough to explain the gore and lawlessness that prevails in a city even as the police force remain mute ...
On silver jubilee path
SUPERWOMAN OF Telugu cinema and Lady Amitabh, Vijayashanti is on the threshold of celebrating 25 years of film career. During these years, she has portrayed a variety of roles in Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam in nearly 200 films ...
JYOTHIKA IS currently on a lucky spree. Her first Telugu movie Tagore with none other than Chiranjeevi has turned out to be the biggest grosser this year. She will be co-starring Chiru once again in K. Nagababu's Anjana Productions' ...
Heroes maange more
THE MAN behind the success of Tagore is celebrating, albeit quietly. The young director V.V. Vinayak says he had sleepless nights before the film was released. After all, one film can make or break a career be it that of an actor ...
AFTER RIKSHA RUDRAYYA, actor Krishnamraju and director K.S. Nageswara Rao are teaming up once again to make Raghupathi. Krishnamraju is evincing keen interest in full-fledged roles. The film is being produced by Sri Srinivasa ...
`Kokilamma' is back
REMEMBER SARITA the Maro Charitra girl who took the Telugu screen by storm? Well, she will be seen in a Telugu film after 16 years. She is playing an important role in Maheshbabu's Arjun where she co-stars Prakashraj. After ...
N.T. Rama Rao too has dream roles, which he wishes to do. Historical characters like Dhuryodhana, Lord Krishna and Lord Rama are some he likes to portray. Then what is stopping him? He feels he is too young to do those roles at present because ...
NOW IT is the turn of comedian M.S. Narayana to turn director. He plans to launch his son with this movie for which the script is getting readied. Gangotri heroine Aditi Agarwal has been signed for the female lead. The shooting will ...
On ghosts and darkness
Dr. Richard Taillet blends music and astrophysics in a life dedicated to throw light on dark matter
Preety Bhalla is riding on the music tide with her folksy `Saangu Naka'
Brush with a bush
The bottlebrush is a spectacular outdoor plant
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