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Say it with hilsa
The way to a man’s heart, they say, is through his stomach. Trust a politician to know. Joymalya Banerjee, executive chef of the restaurant chain Oh! Calcutta, says he had quite a task on his hands when the call came from 7 Race Course Road the ...  | Read.. 
 
Flop show
It was a critical moment. When a devilish Shah Rukh Khan smirked and said “Mujhey jangli billiyan bahut pasand hai Read.. 
 
 
Slow train to Dhaka
Dinak Sohani Kabir was elated when she first heard of the train service between Calcutta and Dhaka early this year. She has a ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Grime amidst the glitter
Kallu never had it so good. The stray dog, usually found around Mumbai’s Gateway of India, had a friend who visited him ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Romancing with Dev Anand
The year is 1943 and a youth of 19, with Rs 30 in his pocket, jumps onto the Frontier Mail at Lahore headed for Bombay, his & ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Yuck! This Bachchan digs his nose
celebrity circus

It’s all very well to put the blame squarely on the weak writing or on the filmmaker’s flawed vision. But don’t actors — that too in the top rung where Amitabh...  | Read.. 

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