HindustanTimes Thu,18 Dec 2014

Arts & Entertainment

London's the toast of Bollywood this season

London seems to have become a big favourite with Bollywood. At least 40 Hindi films have been shot in the city in the past year.

Shilpa defends Channel 4 in Big Brother row

The TV station decided to kick out contestant Emily Parr after she used a racially offensive word to housemate Charlie Uchea in the ongoing season of the popular reality show.

NRI among top composers in US

Asha Srinivasan, who is pursuing a Doctorate in Musical Arts, is being ranked among the top 15 women composers in the US.

Why don't more Indian films do well globally?

A forum at Cannes Film Festival points out the reasons why Indian films lack of global box office acclaim as compared to Chinese filmmakers.

Journalists invite Malakar for dinner

The Indian American teenager, who took part in American Idol, has been invited by the White House Correspondents’ Association for dinner.

Indian film festival a hit in Los Angeles

The fifth festival opens today with the LA premiere of Jag Mundhra's Provoked.

Sanjaya gets booed at baseball game

The American idol contestant was booed at a recent Dodgers-Padres baseball game while having a good time with his friends in Los Angeles.

Indian Australian girl in Punjabi flick

Japji will be seen in Mitti Wajan Mardi starring Punjabi actor Harbhajan Mann.

Malakar offered lifetime deal by KFC

The contestant in American Idol can get a free lifetime supply of KFC's Famous Bowls if he comes on stage sporting a bowl haircut.
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