The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
States of head
As in life and in art, trends walk the shifting sands on television, too. It just takes one to set a path and the rest of the pack becomes the Hutch pug, collectively following that one. Six years ago, when everyone was busy enjoying socio-dramas and...  | Read.. 
‘I found Sangeeta not only hot but also warm’
Star Plus’ star-studded daily, Viraasat, which started on Monday, is expected to raise the bar of Indian soaps ...  | Read.. 
Jump cut
Seldom does a pair get signed for a film after being seen by a producer enacting one song. But that’s precisely what hap ...  | Read.. 
Sriram Raghvan’s last film, Ek Haseena Thi, came two years ago. It took him that long to break free from Ram Gopa ...  | Read.. 
It takes a thunderbolt to strike a change in the heart
Just the other day, we got to observe Shiladitya Patranobis aka Pat playing a suave city slicker, who was sightless, for anot ...  | Read.. 
With God on her side
One of Bollywood’s most enduring character-actresses, Aroona Irani has taken on the role of TV producer with successful ...  | Read.. 
When three Bolly babes bitch and backbite about one another you can hear the screeching and meeowing from a mile. Riya and Ko ...  | Read.. 
Priyadarshan’s comic caper means a laughathon of sorts. With Pa ...  | Read.. 
Legends R.D. Burman SaReGaMa; 5-CD pack, Rs 1,000 ...  | Read.. 
Non-stop fights
Non-stop laughs
Rajeev Khandelwal; (inset, top) Ronit Roy with child artiste in Kasautii Zindagii Kay and (inset, right) Ram Kapoor in Kasamh Se
States of head
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