Archive | March, 2015

What Does Rishi Kapoor Regret About His Relationship With Son Ranbir?


Rishi Kapoor was recently in the news for his Twitter comments but the veteran Kapoor doesn’t seem to be too bothered about that. However, something that he is openly speaking about now is his slightly strained relationship with son Ranbir Kapoor. He says that although Ranbir respects him, he has never been able to be friends with him. He goes on to say that only time will tell if things change Read the full story

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Soha Ali Khan Gifts A Puppy To Mom Sharmila


When children leave the house in pursuit of their dreams or get married and move, parents often suffer from an ‘Empty Nest’ syndrome. Maybe this is what actress Soha Ali Khan wanted to avoid when she gifted mother Sharmila Tagore a little pup to keep her company. The story goes that Soha and hubby Kunal Kemmu had adopted a puppy in Delhi, and then Soha decided to give the little Read the full story

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‘Piku’ Trailer – A Little Motion, A Whole Lot Of Emotion


The trailer of Piku was launched and while we laughed uncontrollably with the potty references, a little tear had to be wiped as well seeing the father daughter relationship nuanced so perfectly by Amitabh Bachchan and Deepika Padukone. The storyline from the trailer doesn’t seem too complicated as it shows us an ageing man completely dependant on his young daughter. His Read the full story

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Bangladesh Betar: unsung heroes of 1971


Bangladesh Betar- unsung heroes of 1971The war of independence was fought on many fronts, not just on the battlefield with rifles, bayonets, grenades and incendiaries. Bangladesh earned its independence in just nine months because of the untrammelled passion of its people who strived in whatever way they could to make it happen. The officials of the then Radio Pakistan, now Bangladesh Betar, are some of those unsung heroes who fought in their own way and made the message of Read the full story

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Narrating courage of TV artistes in 1971


Narrating courage of TV artistes in 1971In March 1971, as tension mounted following the postponement of a highly-anticipated meeting of the newly-elected national assembly, the creative heart of the then East Pakistan was already throbbing in the spirit of revolution. Artists of all platforms, including those working for the then Dhaka Television, started to defy orders and produce works that reflected the popular sentiment. They were Read the full story

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In celebration of womanhood


In celebration of womanhoodA group of 30 painters are displaying their works celebrating womanhood at a group exhibition in Gallery Cosmos-2 in Mohakhali. The exhibition, titled Life, features 35 pieces done in different mediums. The nuances and intricacies of femininity, rather than that of life and its different facets, emerge as the dominate theme of the artworks. Womanhood has been explored in diverse Read the full story

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Angelina Jolie has ovaries removed over cancer concern


Oscar-winning film star Angelina Jolie said she has had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed to avoid the risk of ovarian cancer, the disease that killed her mother at the age of 56. The announcement in a New York Times column printed on Tuesday came nearly two years after the rights campaigner and mother-of-six had a double mastectomy after hearing she had also inherited a Read the full story

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National Film Awards: Kangana, Queen win big for 2014


Vikas Bahl’s Queen has been named the Best Hindi film at the 62nd National Film Awards.  Kanagana Ranaut has been adjudged the Best Actress for her performance in Queen. Kangana has earlier won the Best Supporting Actress award for Fashion in 2008. Court has been declared the Best Feature film. Kannada actor Vijay won the Best Actor for Nanu Avanalla Avalu while Bengali director Read the full story

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Army majors showcase prowess with pencil, paintbrush at Drik


Army majors showcase prowess with pencil, paintbrush at DrikA joint painting exhibition by two army officers is under way at the Drik Gallery in Dhanmondi. Major Mohammad Emran Hossain and Major SM Muzahid Monir are displaying 53 artworks done in different mediums including acrylic, oil, mixed media and pencil-sketch in the duet show titled Doiroth. Emran Hossain has drawn from his experiences real-life situations Read the full story

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Film is where you can give your best: Aparna


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Film is where you can give your best: Aparna
Aparna Ghosh, who has just won the National Film Award 2013 for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Gazi Rakayet’s Mrittika Maya, says a national award for newcomers like her is a ‘huge morale-booster.’ ‘For a newcomer like me, a national award means a lot. It’s a huge morale-booster and I couldn’t expect a more fitting recognition at this stage,’ she said. Aparna Ghosh has Read the full story

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