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Delhi's masjids... beauty in stone
IT IS fascinating to observe femininity in architecture, with the architect imparting womanly grace to his creations. The Taj Mahal is the ideal personification of this genre of art, so truly eulogised by Sir Edwin Arnold. It is Mumtaz herself ...
His own rules, his own formula for success
Full of energy. Ready to experiment. That's how RANA A. SIDDIQUI finds Milind Soman in the run-up to the release of "Rules: Pyar Ka Superhit Formula"... .
Art and the heart of the matter
ANJANA RAJAN meets Kathak dancer Sadanand Biswas, who is determined to make a mark as a soloist and feels art helps unreel the stories within... .
Cut in a different groove
HE IS as realistic as one can get in the world of dream merchants. Says Jaaved Jafferi: "As you become more famous, the more responsibilities you have. If you are genuine in your purpose, you become a role model by default." From serious roles ...
Finding a winner all the way
HOW DO you recognise a winner? By his looks. By his talk. By his walk. With "Koi... Mil Gaya" Rakesh Roshan has found a winner. The film has class, it has elegance, it has a feel good factor, and it keeps the aspirational tank running. It ...
Let's talk awards...
AN ENTHUSUASTIC young director Srinivas, the youngest son of famous scriptwriter Gollapudi Marudhi Rao, was shooting his debut film "Prem Pustakam" in 1992 at Vizag. He was standing atop a high hill, almost on the edge. He wanted to shoot the ...
Chords & Notes
THE WORD mast doesn't go with aristocrat and the songs of the album don't match the remix craze, which is past its crest. What these remix merchants don't realize is that some melodies are just not meant to be fiddled with, no matter you put ...
For love... and money!
IT IS traditional for brothers to give a gift to their sisters on Raksha Bandhan, but most brothers tend to have no idea what to get. Never fear, market forces are here, armed with suggestions and price tags. Ebony has many special offers for ...
Weak thread, strong links
`AB KE Baras Bhej Bhaiya Ko Babul, Sawan Mein Lijo Bulae Re.' This song from Bimal Roy's "Bandini" is loaded with the pain of separation that a woman expresses on the eve of Raksha Bandhan, remembering her joyous childhood when she journeyed on ...
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