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HindustanTimes Thu,17 Apr 2014

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Not worried about Diljit hogging limelight: Surveen Chawla

Chandigarh’s Punjabi glam girl, Surveen Chawla, well known for her casual style, is all set to be seen in the avatar of a successful Punjabi model in director Anurag Singh’s next, Disco Singh, which is set to release on April 11.

Golden period for newcomers in Bollywood: Meera Chopra

"This is the golden period for newcomers in Bollywood,” says actress Meera Chopra, who made her Bollywood debut in the recently released 'Gang of Ghots'.

Emotions behind the camera

From covering bombings in Kosovo, where he’d accidentally wandered on to a live minefield and active volcanoes, to being one of B-Town’s leading cinematographers —that’s Aseem Mishra of Ek Tha Tiger and Paan Singh Tomar fame for you.

Kapil Sharma to celebrate birthday with Big B

Its a dream come true for Kapil Sharma. The stand-up comedian , already a household name in the country, who turned 32 today, would be celebrating his birthday with none other than the bollywood shahenshah Amitabh Bachchan.

Diljit kick starts promotion of 'Disco Singh'

Most followed and noted Punjabi singer-turned -actor Diljit Dosanjh, who took laughter to new heights with his films 'Jatt and Juliet 1&2', is now all set to entertain the audience with his upcoming film, 'Disco Singh'

Curryfest to be held in Australia

Vibrant Punjabi culture and spicy Indian curries will be the highlight of an annual festival at a small sea-side village in Australia that has been an early centre of Sikh migration.

A close brush with art

The Art Lounge, a physical art gallery venture of IndianArtCollectors.com is featuring four of India’s well-known artists — Chaitali Mukherjee from Kolkata, Mukesh Salvi from Rajasthan, NP Razeshwarr from Hyderabad and Prakash K from Maharashtra.

'Bhangra King'  Jazzy B celebrates his birthday

Jaswinder Singh Bains, populary known as Jazzy B, celebrates his birthday today.A renowned face of Punjabi music industry not only in India but globally too , he is known  as "Bhangra King".Born in 1976, on 1st April in Nawanshahr, in tehsil of Jalandhar, he was just 5, when he went along with his family to Vancouver, Canada. Videos Inside

First Turban Day draws large crowd

The Sikh Student Association (SSA) hosted a Turban Day to spread awareness about the Sikh faith. Turban Day was one of three events hosted as part of Sikh Awareness Week at University of Toronto, with the goal of spreading awareness about Sikh religion and culture.

Sonakshi Sinha lends a helping hand to Vrindavan widows

Sonakshi Sinha, who visited Vrindavan recently, says, "I’d love to do a lot more for these ladies. I spoke to them, since they let me rest in their homes between shots. I will definitely make it a point to send them some money every month."

Chandigarh schedule of movie 'Aayi Bala...' completed

Actor Ram Kapoor, who is currently shooting for political satire 'Aayi Bala Ko Taal Tu', has completed the Chandigarh schedule of the film.

Making stories, making magic

Giving children a glimpse into her writing, Natasha said, "During school days, I wasn't interested in history or geography. But later, when I explored amazing biographies, had encounters with gorgeous coffee table tomes, visited monuments, heard about their past, read historical fiction.

No mean feat, this

Tiesto, Avicii, Steve Aoki and Laidback Luke — sound familiar? These are some of the top DJs in the world, and Rishab Joshi, all of 23, has already shared stage with the heavyweights of EDM, which is no mean feat.

Movie review by Rashid Irani: Russell Crowe is the show-stopper in Noah

Noah, directed by the flashy technocrat Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan), takes the disaster genre route. Here then is the mother of all save the world movies, or at least the good and virtuous part of it, seen through the prism of a chapter of the Bible that’s often been retold as an entertainer for kids.

Movie review by Anupama Chopra: O Teri is Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro reduced to noise and nonsense

It’s Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro reduced to noise and nonsense. Anupam Kher and Vijay Raaz ham. Pulkit Samrat follows in their footsteps. Bilal Amrohi displays little talent. Eventually all that registered was Mandira Bedi’s noodle-strap blouses.
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