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The road now taken
For animation film-maker Prodipto Roy, weekends are not what they used to be. As Calcutta decks up to party, Roy signs out of his studio to zip 180-odd kilometres, largely down National Highway 2, to visit his mother in his hometown, Santiniketan. Th...  | Read.. 
 
City of Ruins revisited
A serenade in stone that has awed visitors for centuries. Now the stark beauty of the enormous boulders that mark the ruins ...  | Read.. 
 
Big B in a bind
The twists and curves in Amitabh Bachchan’s life graph can give Mallika Sherawat a run for her money. And now with both ...  | Read.. 
 
Made in India
Will smith is busy playing a legend these days. As Robert Neville in the film I Am Legend, Smith is trying to save him ...  | Read.. 
 
Mama Mia!
Dons have a certain image. You think of them as hard-boiled men in gold chains, designer shades and white, pointy boots — and ...  | Read.. 
 
Like father, like son
celebrity circus
The father and son sure look like they had great fun letting their hair down together in the totally over-the-top commercial ...  | Read.. 
 
Will Mittal become the new McDonald’s'
China syndrome
Indian summer
True love
Tittle tattle
 
 
The road now taken
Ray of light
Blair blare
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