HindustanTimes Mon,22 Sep 2014

Tanishaa Mukerji: Kajol's kid sister grows up

After a forgettable debut, Tanishaa's career was all but over till Bigg Boss Season 7 happened. Now, she is back on TV as a comedy show judge. But can she make an impression?

The selfie fashionista: what a poser!

The social media is full of 'main bhi fashinistas' of the world, desperate to strike a pose at the drop of a hat. Brunch makes fun of some classic high-street selfie poses.

Secret: the ‘new’ social network

Welcome to the anonymous network, a new world that is taking the world by storm. And the app that is spearheading this new way of communicating is Secret, writes Rajiv Makhni.

Nutrition primer for convalescents

People view nutrition in terms of special meals for children, dieters and athletes. Many forget that convalescents require special care to bounce back to normalcy too, writes Shikha Sharma.

I’d like Priyanka or Katrina as my heroine in a romantic film, says Manish Paul

In a chat with Brunch, actor and comic artist Manish Paul speaks of his favourite films, his life in Delhi and who from Bollywood would make the best PM.

How to dress up for pop culture's dystopian tomorrow

Depending on what you read or watch, we're either headed for war, totalitarian statehood, devolution, revolution or zombies. Come, see the sunniest visions of tomorrow and face them in style.

Why Hay Festival is called 'Woodstock of the mind'

The literary festival takes place in a town called Hay-on-Wye in Wales, UK. That this quiant town should host the festival isn't surprising as it has, for long, been the mecca for bibliophiles and was the world's first book town.

Netas and their speeches

What does a politician really mean when he is handing out a sickening, sweet or sickeningly-sweet speech? Basically, what he means to say is, believe my words at your own risk. Some samples.

The Firangi Tadka awards: the whiny, the forever lost, the weird

Mercifully, these don't go on and on like the desi ones. But they aren't without their share of absurdities - from the most convoluted plot (Lost) to January Jones (Mad Men) for being a selfish cry baby. Check them out.

Candy Crush Saga effect: the addiction called mobile gaming

Whether or not Indian developers pull their games off the market for being addictive or not, mobile games will probably keep gamers addicted for a long time to come, writes Shreya Sethuraman.

Sudarshan Shetty: the collector of untold stories

Fresh from a successful show in Delhi, installation artist Sudarshan Shetty tells HT Brunch how he is inspired by Bollywood and Bhakti poets.

If I vote this time, then I’ll go for NOTA, says Kalki Koechlin

In a chat with HT Brunch, actor Kalki Koechlin talks of a host of topics ranging from the best thing about Bollywood to why we need a womanifesto and not manifesto.

When spring cleaning actually feels good

It is the season for spring cleaning, and discovering tiny hidden treasures in the nooks and crannies of your home is the best thing about it, says Shreya Sethuraman.

The name is Bond, Ruskin Bond

On his birthday today, we revive an interview we conducted with Ruskin Bond in his beloved Mussoorie sometime back. The author recalls leopards, London and his 20s.Excerpts from the interview.

Quiz Hour: how much our first-time voters know

India goes to the polls starting tomorrow. So we asked college kids, many of them first-time voters, about what’s happening. Their answers hurt so much, we almost cried.
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