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When they hit the bumpy edge of middle-age, actors tend to do a disappearing act. For, in the big, bad and beautiful world of Bollywood, a receding hairline, a wrinkle or two under the eyes and a few extra kilos are the first signs of a boot that’s a...  | Read.. 
 
Dharavi dreamin’
A silver Skoda Octavia negotiates through the dusty lanes of Dharavi on a February afternoon, but Asia’s biggest slum barely ...  | Read.. 
 
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man, YOU LOOK GOOD!
The winter sun is setting over ripe yellow paddy fields in a tiny village off Chandigarh. “We have to catch the light,” director Bela Segal screams to her unit, scattered around a mud hut with a thatched roof, sipping local-made, roadside, kadak c...  | Read.. 
 
Last Word: Monster’s ball
It doesn’t matter who wins the Oscar for best actress next week; the film everyone’s going to be looking out for is Monster, and the actress most film buffs have their money on is Charlize Theron. ...  | Read.. 
 
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MAN AS SUPERMAN: Bela Segal on the sets of the music video. Babbu Maan is in the background