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The man who started the Revolt
THE UPCOMING film on the Great Indian Mutiny of 1857, with Aamir Khan in the title role of Mangal Pandey and Toby Stephens as the sympathetic British officer portraying Captain William Gordon, a Scotsman, who is convinced that the East India ...
Words are not enough
P ANJANA RAJAN meets Serguei, a multi-faceted artiste who aims to make audiences think and react.
Art on the mart
While some artistes find it an insult, others just grit their teeth and do it for the money. What do classical dancers and musicians feel about the commercial venues they are asked to perform at, on their `prestigious' tours abroad? ANJANA RAJAN s couts for opinions.
Acting for creativity
Hrishitaa Bhatt's pretty head is firmly on her shoulders, finds P RANA SIDDIQUI.
A film to the manner born
KHALID MOHAMED, who earned a little slice of celluloid fame with "Fiza", earns a little crumb of adulation with "Tehzeeb". Does he take the cake? No, he falls short. Maybe he is not hungry enough though in this take on the life of an ...
Bold, not beautiful?
Joining the ever-swelling bandwagon of tele-soaps comes "Agneepath" from this Monday on DD National with a "bold" subject. Its producer Vinay Jain tells P SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY why he is sticking to director Raman Kumar despite his recent misad venture of a film, "Wah Wah Ramji".
Gems, simply, gems...
MANY, MANY summers ago, Mohammed Rafi, the greatest playback singer that Bollywood has seen, had sung a lovely song in Dev Anand's "Love Marriage" - "Tin Kanastar Dibba Kaali, Gala Phadkar Chillana, Yaar Mere Mat Bura Maan, Yeh Gana Hai Na ...
Chords & Notes
THE FIRST SONG, "Pyaar Aaye", on side A of the cassette, "Plan", is a foot tapping number. It has all the makings of becoming a chartbuster. As much is expected from this film too which will see Sanjay Dutt and Sanjay Gupta pairing up after ...
Many bites, same delight
Tangerine, a multi-cuisine restaurant on the outskirts of Delhi, offers an exciting opportunity to savour world gourmet cuisine, says P SUMITRA SENAPATY.
A TRIP to the Corbett can be filled with great trepidation. Not everyone can retain their composure after a lion's roar. To make matters worse firearms aren't allowed. With its wild trees, wooden bridges and gushing water, Corbett restaurant at ...
RUGS for REAL
RECALL ALLADIN, and what comes to your mind first, apart from his magical lamp? Of course, his miraculous carpet, which will, without doubt, put today's flying machines to shame. One Thousand and One Nights, so vivid in our memory, was written ...
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