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Lata Mangeshkar renders a new-age 'prison anthem'

Lata Mangeshkar renders a new-age ‘prison anthem’

Monday, July 20, 2009

Mumbai, Lata Mangeshkar sang “Ae malik tere bande hum”, a song that inspired prisoners in V. Shantaram’s film “Do Aankhen Barah Haath” in 1957. Now Madhur Bhandarkar has the singing legend render a new-age ‘prison anthem’ in his latest movie
No Salman in my directorial debut: Amol Gupte

No Salman in my directorial debut: Amol Gupte

Monday, July 20, 2009

New Delhi, Amol Gupte has dismissed rumours that Salman Khan will star in his directorial venture “Sapno Ko Ginte Ginte”. The scriptwriter-director-actor says he is yet to approach an actor for the main lead. “News like Salman Khan, etc… these
Indian pop star Sunidhi Chauhan wows South Africans

Indian pop star Sunidhi Chauhan wows South Africans

Monday, July 20, 2009

Johannesburg, Indian pop queen Sunidhi Chauhan enthralled South Africans with a whirlwind tour of two cities at the weekend, belting out all her frenetic-paced hits with a stage energy to match. After performing in Durban the night before, the troupe
Dev Patel to star in Hindi remake of 'Nadodigal'

Dev Patel to star in Hindi remake of ‘Nadodigal’

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Thiruvananthapuram, British-Indian actor Dev Patel, who starred in Oscar winning film “Slumdog Millionaire”, could in all probability star in the Hindi remake of Tamil movie “Nadodigal”. Addressing reporters here Sunday “Nadodigal” director Samuthirakkani said that talks with Dev are underway.
Perfection runs in the family: Imran Khan

Perfection runs in the family: Imran Khan

Sunday, July 19, 2009

New Delhi, What do Aamir Khan and Imran Khan have in common apart from their bloodline? The younger Khan says that like his uncle he too is a perfectionist. “Aamir is one of India’s finest actors. Though he doesn’t agree
Teaching should be a high paying job: Aamir Khan

Teaching should be a high paying job: Aamir Khan

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Mumbai, Teaching should be a “high paying job” to attract the best possible talent, Bollywood star Aamir Khan declared here Saturday as he, along with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited the 140-year-old St. Xavier’s College here for an

‘Jehad’ changed the way I look at life and religion: Saif

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Mumbai, Born and brought up in a non-conservative westernised atmosphere, Saif Ali Khan says he has gone through a life-changing experience while working in Rensil D’Silva’s tentatively titled “Jehad”. The actor gets out of his zone to play an Islamic
Most happening restaurants in Bangkok have India connection

Most happening restaurants in Bangkok have India connection

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Bangkok, It is difficult to imagine Bangkok without Lebua at the State Tower, among the tallest buildings in Bangkok and home to a luxurious all-suite hotel. The same goes for the Dome at Lebua that houses spectacular dining venues like
Teach children to be caring: Aamir Khan

Teach children to be caring: Aamir Khan

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Mumbai, Too much competition has taken away the humanitarian aspect from schoolchildren, who seem to be lost in the race of mathematical calculations and report cards, Bollywood actor Aamir Khan said Saturday as he participated in an interactive session with
Elvis is Singh! Saif dons the legend's robes for 'Love Aaj Kal'

Elvis is Singh! Saif dons the legend’s robes for ‘Love Aaj Kal’

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Mumbai, Was that the late rock-and-roll legend Elvis Presley doing the jig in the promotional track of “Love Aaj Kal”? But why was he wearing a pagri? Take a closer look — it’s our very own Saif Ali Khan. For