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Naseeruddin Shah's Fantasy Dance

The day he signed The Dirty Picture, Naseeruddin Shah knew that he would have to dance like he did for Tirchi Topiwale. Little did he know, that this would involve sporting a purple dhoti, a golden waistband and a headgear.

Rajinikanth's Daughter Sends Moneylender to Jail

One should never mess with Rajinikanth. Or his family for that matter, as film financer Sushil Gupta recently learnt.

Shahid-Anushka Lock Lips

Shahid and Anushka, after warming up to each other inside the house, went to the balcony and shared a very romantic lip-lock," revealed an eyewitness about the highlight of Imran Khan's Mere Brother Ki Dulhan success party.

Who was the Man with Deepika Padukone on Night Visit to Taj?

Deepika Padukone's love for the Taj Mahal is well known and the actress has paid a visit to the historic monument on a moonlit night once again.

Ashok Kumar: The Undervalued Legacy of a Renaissance Actor

As director Shyam Benegal said: "They don't make them like Ashok Kumar any more. He belonged to a gentler and more innocent time."

Childhood Fairytales Revisited in Indian Art

Art and fairytales have moved together since the dawn of storytelling. But the march of civilization has allowed artists to reinterpret old stories in new ways

Shahid Kapoor to do a Tom Cruise

Sporting the Tom Cruise Top Gun look in his father's directorial debut Mausam may not have won the film good reviews, but has certainly helped Shahid Kapoor bag the biggest project of his career.

Will Ra.One Create a Box-Office Record Too?

Will releasing a blockbuster across 3,000 screens — a record in the country — help Ra.One become a bigger box-office grosser than Bodyguard or 3 Idiots?

Producer Threatens Shah Rukh Khan

Getting a release that ensures a clean, solo run at the box office has become a do or die thing for the film industry.

Bhabha’s Rare Assets up for Auction in Mumbai

Paintings by India’s leading heritage artists are expected to fetch tens of crores when they go under the hammer on the second day on Thursday at a unique auction in Mumbai.

I Am Successful Because I Am Simple: Jagjit Singh

Jagjit Singh was not just a singer; he was an icon. Generations have turned to him in their moments of sorrow, pain, anguish, dejection, triumph, celebration, even exhilaration.

Drawn Homage to Classic Films

The movie poster is dead. Long live the movie poster. Gone are the days of hand-drawn studio posters that possessed a creativity and artistry matching that of the films themselves.

Karan Johar, Aditya Chopra are 'Lallu': SRK

Shah Rukh Khan says he had approached his friends Karan Johar and Aditya Chopra to direct his mega-budget " RA.One" but they chickened out.

Govt In No Mood To Buckle Under TV Channels’ Pressure

Taking an aggressive stand against the criticism levied by broadcaster bodies, the government is now in no mood to either review or roll back any provisions of the new TV licensing norms.

Yahoo! Eyes More Partnerships with Regional Papers for Local Content

In 2010, Yahoo! teamed up with Hindi daily Dainik Jagran and in 2011 it tied up with Tamil news daily Dinamalar. The list of Yahoo’s local content partnership that longs for more deals in the local language partnership block is growing.

Deepika Padukone Wants to be a Christian Bride

Deepika Padukone's wedding may not be on cards anytime soon, but actress has already decided who to contact for her D-day.

Even in Times of Debt Crisis and Economic Slowdown, People still Want Great Fashion

British luxury brand Jimmy Choo is still in its teens. Founded by Jimmy Choo in 1996, a London-based Malaysian born into a family of shoemakers, the brand has taken long strides to quickly enter into the league of century-old fashion labels.

A Creative Genius who Lets his Work Talk

While settling down on a nondescript chair for an impromptu tête-à-tête in a room teeming with young fans of Bollywood actor Shahrukh Khan, Sabu Cyril never gave the impression of being the most-sought-after art director in the film industry straddling several languages.

Media is Ignoring Real Issues, Says New Press Council Chief

Justice Markandey Katju, the new Chairman of the Press Council of India (PCI), today lamented the fact that the media in the country often portrayed non-issues while real issues were sidelined.

Jagjit Singh: A Musician, a Mentor, a Friend and a Benefactor

It is not just his overwhelmingly heart-tugging voice and serene rendition of ghazals that will stay with his admirers. For there are far too many accomplishments that grace the legend of Jagjit Singh.

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