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Minding your own business
The Chemalamudis could not understand their son, Sasikanth. After graduating from BITS Pilani, Sasikanth, unlike many of his classmates, did not want to go to the United States for further studies or sit for the civil services or an MBA course. To to...  | Read.. 
 
The ills of pills
In medical terms, Rashmi has had a medical abortion, with no surgery involved. Itís something that doctors see as an ala ...  | Read.. 
 
Mittalís effortless glide to success
This England
Good as gold
Mail shot
Star billing
Tough job
   
 
 
Enter the behemoth studio
Time was when the producer of a Hindi film was the one who got together the right cast and crew. It was he who approached film distributors to work out distribution deals, allocated money for the promotion of the film and catered to the wh ...  | Read.. 
 
Hit actor, flop producer
Like so many of our stars, Arjun Rampal too couldnít resist the temptation of becoming a film producer. And again, like many of these star-producers, Arjun too couldnít make a success of his maiden venture, I See You. Whether it is Shah Rukh Khan or Amitabh...  | Read.. 
 
Making ’em dance
Once bitten, twice shy
Item girl
Brian Lara’s star turn
Just good friends
 
Minding your own business