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Kya hai right CHOICE, Baby?
Scent to follow
Summer heat calls for generous use of antiperspirants, deodorants and a touch of perfume. And though all three are smell-good, feel-good options; they have very different uses. Read on to find out.
Free refined the blues to a lean, hard-hitting rock sound.
If you are diabetic, follow your diet chart strictly and experience the feeling of wellness.
Sauté onion in ghee till golden in colour. Add mincemeat, ginger, coriander and chilly. When mince turns brown add curd and fry till mince turns rich brown. Add saffron. Combine rice, cloves and cinnamon in a large pan and add water till it is ...
Bombay to Broadway
A.R. RAHMAN'S music will now be heard in the Big Apple with Andrew Lloyd Webber's Bombay Dreams opening on Broadway on April 29. According to a New York Times report, changes will be made to the Broadway version to draw in an ...
`Passion' in India
MEL GIBSON'S The Passion of the Christ, which has made as much money as it has created controversy, will be released in India on May 7. The film is being released by Kintop Pictures and has been cleared by the censor board without any ...
Tom Cruise goes grey
TOM CRUISE has gone grey, but not for love. The Mission Impossible hunk has dyed his hair grey for his role in Collateral where he stars opposite Jamie Foxx as a contract killer who hijacks a cab when the taxi driver realises that ...
Sound of Depp
PART-TIME musician Johnny Depp often turns to music to help him get into the skin of his characters. A personal DJ accompanies the star to the sets of his upcoming movies and beams music into his ears with the help of a tiny earpiece. Actress ...
WHILE KILL Bill - Vol II rules the box office rumour has it that director Quentin Tarantino and Pierce Brosnan are in serious discussion about a remake of Casino Royale, the original James Bond outing. Wonder what the oldest ...
Nicole turns into android
AUSSIE BEAUTY Nicole Kidman pretends to be a robot to save her life in her new film The Stepford Wives. Nicole stars as American housewife Joanna Eberhart in a comedy remake of the 1975 sci-fi thriller. She plays a former career woman who ...
The outward-bound rush
Kochi is witnessing a rise in out-bound tours, helped by a stronger rupee, finds TANYA ABRAHAM.
`Torque' for bike lovers
THIS MOVIE is one HELL of a ride if you love bikes. If you don't love them, you will, the producers say. But yes, a ride it is, whether you love them or not. Rightfully, Warner Bros and Village Roadshow Pictures' "Torque" should come with a `B' ...
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