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August 9, 2014

The Dilip Kumar’s autobiography is readable, but it has the informality of a diary rather than a serious memoir. Still, ...
August 31, 2013

Mogambo khush hua! Bollywood’s villains and vamps get their due in an interesting book devoted entirely to these magnifi ...
June 28, 2013

From working at his father’s cloth shop to becoming an admired poet, Gulzar spoke to author Nasreen Munni Kabir about ...
May 10, 2013

The front of this book's cover jacket has a smiling Rajinikanth in glitter; the back has him in a fiery-eyed Shiva-like ...
January 4, 2013

Resul Pookutty’s memoir credits Mumbai maids, FTII buddies, and unsung fellow audio technicians for his success, writes ...
November 9, 2012

Twenty years after the rest of India discovered one of Tamil Nadu's favourite filmmakers, a new book takes you into the ...
January 21, 2011

Through the past century, the city’s theatre scene has been extolled by Marathi and Gujarati drama, discovering some of ...
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January 28, 2009

How much happier the world would be, if at least some people grew lazy and did not get into crowded trains to reach mind ...
January 16, 2009

Magazine cover shoots get bolder. Calendars get lustier. But which of our movies have really treated sex and sensuality ...
January 15, 2009

The desire to have what someone else has, under the notion that it is better if not superior to what one has... ...
October 31, 2008

Now that the last bomb has been burst and final rocket fired, one can grumble about the festive season, writes D ...
October 16, 2008

Gossip is rather unfairly associated with idle housewives but everyone does it, writes Deepa Gahlot.
October 10, 2008

Amitabh Bachchan turns 66 today. Like him, many star personalities are Librans and quite clearly demonstrate traits asso ...
September 25, 2008

Clichéd as this may sound, it is better to be happy single than to be miserable married, feels Deepa Gahlot.
July 31, 2008

Most women grow up to be like their mothers, because most men remain little boys, feels Deepa Gahlot.
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