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Brunch Opinion: the scariest film I ever saw
Chances are you haven’t heard of Ram Gopal Varma’s Raat. Chances are that you have heard of Bhoot by the same director. Well, Bhoot is just a subtler, sweeter remake of Raat.
On the Brunch radar
Here's what we love and what we totally hate!
Front Row: six reasons to watch the Great Gatsby
After the unholy mess that was Australia (2008), Baz Luhrmann is bringing to the screen one of the greatest American novels of all time: Scott F Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby (1925).
Go to Chicago for the stories
Go to Chicago for the stunning skyline, the deep-dish pizza, the electric blues. But more importantly, for the stories.
Why you should stop counting calories
Counting calories will only lead you up the wrong path We hear of calories from health professionals. We read calories on nutritional labels and we talk about calories all day when we are trying to lose weight.
Personal Agenda: Karsh Kale, singer & musician
Singer Karsh Kale shares his high and low points in life. Read on to know the musician well.
Do you take pictures of all that you eat?
Do you obsessively take pictures of everything you eat, or do you think it’s plain rude? Now, imagine a scenario where the wait staff prevents you from doing so. It’s happening in some restaurants in New York. So, is this a shock or a big relief?
Cover Story: How Amish Tripathi changed Indian publishing
A husband who’s more than an author; a wife who’s more than a marketer. How Amish Tripathi and Preeti Vyas changed Indian publishing with The Shiva Trilogy (The Immortals of Meluha, The Secret of the Nagas and the recently released The Oath of the Vayuputras).
Apples and Oranges: Donald Draper v/s Harvey Specter
What is it about Donald Draper (Mad Men) and Harvey Specter (Suits) that women find so irresistible? Is it the power whip they crack ever so often, their best-cut suits, their slick pulled-back hair or their office view, which looks out to heaven?
Switching career from banking to image management
In this five-part series, five Mumbaikars tell us how they abandoned their comfort zones to plunge into new professions. Read on to know what Parul Shukla has to say...
On the Brunch radar
Khadi kurtas. Especially those from Ahmedabad, All hail Chris Gayle. 100 off 30 balls. WOW!, Mango juice. It’s elixir! and much more on Brunch Radar....
The best way to photograph Mumbai
“It is the inner eye, not the gear that makes the difference between an average and excellent photographer.” So, if you have a camera, pocket-size or professional, here’s all you need to know.
Free Advice: Expand your weekend
Only have two days for a break? Leave on Friday night or latest by Saturday morning! Here are more tips on how to make the most of every minute...
Brunch Opinion: at home with Amish
For this week’s cover story, I met Amish Tripathi and his wife Preeti at their Mumbai home. Most writers are odd. They ramble. They grumble about the Net. They don’t get Twitter. Amish and Preeti, however, were oddballs of a different sort.
Mumbai’s extreme restaurants
Mumbai’s restaurants serve up some pretty interesting extremes. From the oldest wine on sale to the dish with the most imngredients and the largest open-air restaurant, sample some of these unusual distinctions.
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