The Telegraph
Friday , May 23 , 2014

The x-men x factor

Eleven years after X2, Bryan Singer — the man behind The Usual Suspects and Valkyrie — returns to the X-Men franchise with what he says is “a marriage of the past and the future”. A chat......   | Read..


More than 100 winners of The Telegraph KKR contest gathered at ITC Sonar’s Pala for The Telegraph presents Quiz with th...   | Read..


Rude, emotional, religious... this bundle of contradictions has been a mainstream biggie...   | Read..

Mousse marries mishti doi

Pizza on a naan and mishti doi as mousse — Durbari, the Indian restaurant at Swissotel, has revamped its menu to...   | Read..


Fallen for the wrong guy. Again. And again. ...   | Read..

Koel the queen

Koel Mallick shows her steely side in and as arundhati...   | Read..


Love, by the book Cecelia Ahern’s How To Fall In Love (Rs 350, HarperCollins) is the story about how Chr...   | Read..

X-men: days of future past

days of future past releasing today, we take stock of all that we know about the film...   | Read..

Kochadaiiyaan & best of Rajini

Six years in the making and Soundarya Rajinikanth just can’t wait for May 23 to arrive. “If I had a rupee for eve...   | Read..