The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
The copy of The Namesake had been lying unread for five months. Mira Nair had been busy filming William Thackerayís novel Vanity Fair, lost in the world of early 19th century England. Then weeks before she left for India, she had d...  | Read.. 
Umrao Jaan, the story untold
In the era of globetrotting gurus, itís not rare to find the great masters of Indian classical music and dance on the st ...  | Read.. 
New York now a rival to London
Reel print
The third eye
Sweet and sour
Tittle tattle
And mighty flows the Don
King Khan reigned supreme last week when his Don crushed Jaan-E-Mann under its weight. Jaan-E-Mann, which was meant to give Don a run for its money, thanks to not one, but two big heroes, Salman Khan and Akshay Kumar, could barely make its presence f...  | Read.. 
Battle for the Remote
The battle is on for the couch potatoís remote. Facing off are direct to home (DTH) service companies and a raft of cable television men, including multi-service operators (MSOs) who offer broadband, TV and bundled services, as well the local ca...  | Read.. 
Lift kara de
CAS comeback
Magazines galore
Anonymity blues
Don closes doors
REEL LIFE: Tabu and Irfan Khan in a scene from The Namesake