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Asia's Moviemakers Embrace 3D Revolution

A 3D horror movie set in a public toilet block is part of a revolution underway in the Asian film industry as low-budget 3D productions take on the big studios at their own game

Silk Smitha's Story was of Brutal Economics and Sexual Politics of the Southern Film Industry

Smitha was a rebel and a fighter and we wished to express our solidarity in the hour of her death. A violent death.

Fresh Notice to Shah Rukh over Building Violations

Actor Shah Rukh Khan could find himself in fresh trouble over his Bandra home.

Jagjit Singh Passes Away

Renowned singer Jagjit Singh, known as much for his ghazals and bhajans as for his work in Hindi cinema, died here Monday after a brain haemorrhage. He was 70.

Bollywood Pays Tribute to Ghazal Maestro Jagjit Singh

Bollywood actors and directors paid rich tribute to ghazal maestro Jagjit Singh, describing his death as the loss of a "true legend".

Misleading Ads to Face the Music, Govt Working on Stringent Laws

Following a directive from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), the consumer affairs ministry under minister K V Thomas is working on a set of proposals aimed at reining in misleading ads.

Sony Buys Film Rights of Jobs’ Biography

Sony Pictures Entertainment, the studio that produced highspeed and high-profile movies "This Is It," with Michael Jackson, and "The Social Network," about Mark Zuckerberg, could do it again with the Apple cofounder Steve Jobs

Ranbir Kapoor Replaces SRK

Shah Rukh Khan was to star in Sajid Nadiadwala's Two States based on a Chetan Bhagat's novel.

Bipasha Basu's in Love with Mykonos

Actress Bipasha Basu, who is in Greece for a film shoot, says she had a blast in an island named Mykonos. She loved its relaxed feel, food and shopping.

Anupam Kher to Recieve Kalidas Samman

Veteran actor Anupam Kher says he will receive the Kalidas Samman, an arts award presented annually by the Madhya Pradesh government.

Across Cultural Boundaries

In an increasingly global business world, where teams work across borders, understanding different work cultures is the key to success. Three leaders and their experiences.

Shahid Kapoor, Bipasha Basu Split

If sources are to be believed, the two parted ways just after the release of Mausam and before Bips left for Greece for a shoot.

SRK caused Priyanka, Shahid to Split?

talks have it that Shahid Kapoor wasn't too comfortable with how close Priiyanka Chopra and Shah Rukh Khan had become, and that was indeed the reason Shahid and Priyanka decided to part ways.

Ban Indian films in Pakistan

A ban on Indian films in Pakistan's cinema houses would help the country's film industry "develop and thrive", a Pakistani daily said Friday.

Where Have Private Indipop Albums Gone?

The era of the 1990s may have seen an upsurge in private albums by singers like Baba Sehgal, Anamika, Shaan and Jasbir Jassi, but their charm and popularity seem to have faded over the years.

Putting Names to the Greats of Indian Art

Art historians rarely rest, and the world is generally a better place for their exertions. Scholars of the great painting traditions of India, for example, have taken knowledge of their subject to new levels in the past few decades, with their assiduous combing of documents, deciphering of inscriptions and scrutinising of artworks.

Amitabh Fans Create his Portrait Using Blood

Fans of Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan in Bhopal created a portrait of the actor, using blood, to express their demand that he be awarded Bharat Ratna.

Wooden Passion Awaits John Abraham in Uttar Pradesh

Bollywood hunk John Abraham, known for his passion for motorbikes, would love to vroom on this larger-than-life wooden motorcycle designed by one of his ardent fans in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar district.

Aishwarya Fails to Make it to Yummy Mummy List after Fashion Faux Pas

Tinsel town has a host of yummy mummies to boast about these days. However, the newest entrant on the block, actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, seems to be in no mood to compete with them.

Gandhi Remembered in US House of Representatives

Gandhi's life was a testament to invincibility of truth over injustice, a key US lawmaker said on the occasion of the birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation.

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