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HindustanTimes Wed,26 Nov 2014

Indian women don't dress according to their body type: Neha Dhupia

From her favourite co-stars to her fitness fundas, we bring you the Limeroad.com style director and Ungli star, Neha Dhupia.

Tall order for short films

Given their format, it’s tough for short films to reach audiences. But filmmakers like Geethu Mohandas, Abhay Kumar and Gitanjali Rao continue to do interesting work within this space.

Meeting the Dalai Lama has been my best experience in India: Stephen Fleming

Cricketer/Coach Stephen Fleming talks about his nickname, his favourite wine and the liveliest character in the Cheenai Super Kings dressing room, in an exclusive interview with Brunch.

The big fat Indian wedding just got bigger and fatter!

From 3D structures as props to cascading orchid-covered roof, wedding decor this season is monumental. The great Indian wedding just got bigger and fatter. Whether you're a part of the wedding, or merely a guest, here's what you'll be seeing this shaadi season.

Wedding shopping was never easier

Move over mamis and chachis. The bride-to-be now has experts to help pick her bridal gear and to take on the stress of building a complete trousseau. Stylists, designers and image consultants all rolled into one.

Size zero? It's for mannequins: Huma Qureshi

This is what the feisty Bollywood actor said when asked of her take on size zero. We have seen her in Gangs of Wasseypur, Dedh Ishqiya, and of course, Ek Thi Dayan. Brunch caught up with Qureshi on her likes, dislikes and what excites her about gangster films.

Feeling lost? Confused? It’s time for therapy

There was a time when, if you went to a therapist for help, people assumed you were ‘mad.’ But for many young people today, therapy is the only way to stay sane. It is increasingly being viewed as a positive step towards a happier, healthier life.

Getting slapped by Sharon Stone was an embarrassing experience: Dev Patel

Dev Patel, or Jamal (in Slumdog Millionaire) or Neal (in The Newsroom) talks about his love for Mumbai, how he is awed by Prabhudeva's coolness and the secret behind his grounded nature.

Are you looking for some culinary adventure?

You know the drill: a restaurant opens, you make reservations, show up, eat. Surely there's a better way to try something new? Actually, there is. Chew your way out of your comfort zone with six culinary adventures unfolding right here in Mumbai. Take a bite...

Meet Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa, India's new racquet girls

They are glamorous, successful and full of life – and now Dipika Pallikal and Joshna Chinappa, India's new racquet queens, are making the squash world sit up and take notice.

If not an actor, I would have been an international art thief: Rahul Khanna

VJ-turned-actor Rahul Khanna talks about how he would have loved to take Marilyn Monroe out for dinner, playing the big brother and much more.

Yo Alok Nath so sanskaari

Master Haveliram from the ’80s Doordarshan show Buniyaad tells us how he became the brand ambassador of traditional values.

How to look pretty this Diwali

As you flit from one party to another, and smile for your 389th Diwali-wali group photo, make sure your make-up keeps up. We've tackled a few problems you might encounter while you put your game face on this year.

The six-pack Ram: Gurmeet Choudhary

Twenty five years after the original TV series, a new generation of viewers dicovered Ramayan through Gurmeet Choudhary. That his father is called Sitaram and the fact that his family read the Ramayan every day are just quirks of karma.

Don't we all love Theobroma?

Theobroma is where many young Mumbaikars sampled their first chocolate brownie or cheesecake. Ten years on, Kainaz Messman’s Theobroma remains Mumbai’s favourite sweet haunt and she’s only just begun.
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