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MY PRISON DAYS

His daughter is 13; her son is 12. When darkness closes in on them, they are uppermost in their mind. Behind a locked cell, former central minister Andimuthu Raja thinks of his daughter. Now out of jail — where son Aditya was always in her thoughts — Rajya Sabha member M.K. Kanimozhi ...   | Read..
 

Red star over Tawang

An army howitzer and a statue of Lord Buddha stand side by side at the entrance to Tawang, signalling war and peace. And this...   | Read..
 

Mad ad world

Over the years, I have had several bit parts in commercials. In actor’s terms that means, “blink and you will mis...   | Read..
 

At home with cinema

Ranjith S. has just one grouse with his job. “My work schedule is so tight that taking out time to watch a movie in a m...   | Read..
 

Foreign flavour

It’s early evening in the Bardipada forests of south Gujarat, and the air is rent with the mildly intoxicating fragranc...   | Read..
 
 

Shoot, interrupted

celebrity circus
Emergencies are the best way to gauge the benefits of not greedily picking up every offer that comes your way. This was en...   | Read..
Shooting the Wisden messenger
Book mart
Best bargain
Birthday girl
Movie buff
Tittle tattle
 
 
MY PRISON DAYS
Limelight
All game
Bowled out
Bali high
Star power
 
tete-a-tete
‘This is a movie which has managed to grab eyeballs without a Chammak Challo or an SRK’