The Telegraph
Sunday , October 25 , 2015

They: Shaandaar the film: nah!

It was a bittering afternoon last week when t2 dropped in to the set of a commercial being shot in Mumbai’s Bandra to meet Shahid Kapoor. It was lunchtime and Shahid was sharing his dabba...   | Read..

Sanah Kapur on Shaandaar and Shahid the ‘overprotective’ brother

Where did t2 meet the newest Kapur — Sanah? In a non-descript flat-turned-office in Versova in Mumbai. Supriya Pathak and Pankaj Kapur’s daughter and Shahid...   | Read..

A relentless oppression of opulence, an ejaculation of extravaganza

The thing with Shaandaar is that you have to constantly check whose name has gone as director. There’s the Karan Johar infusion of bottomless pomp and grandeur, the...   | Read..

Rishi Kapoor talks films and family on the Anupam Kher show

Anupam Kher: Was there ever a time when you wanted to pursue a profession other than acting?   | Read..


Two Oscars, two Grammys, a Golden Globe, a BAFTA Award, four National Film Awards, 50-plus films, 100 million soundtrack albums sold... And now on October 26,...   | Read..

t2 tunes into Papon and his new sound in the run-up to Bacardi Nh7 Weekender 

Papon is no stranger to Calcutta. As a kid, Assam House on Russell Street was one of his favourite haunts.    | Read..


What: Diwali Haat Where: Ice Skating Rink When: Till October 26, 11am to 8pm   | Read..


It’s not everyday that you see real-life Johnny Bravos. Earlier this month, t2 walked into a room of bodybuilders, in town to judge a fitness model hunt for UK brand...   | Read..


Debarun Debarun’s One Fine Day played around with a bright colour palette and geometric prints. Blue dominated the shade card, along with yellows, peaches and...   | Read..

Whatsup 3

A to friend B: Come, walk fast no! I don’t want to miss the front-row seat!    | Read..


Iam fastidious about toothpastes. The only Indian toothpaste that I like is Promise made by Dabur. But it is only manufactured for institutional buyers so I invariably have...   | Read..


It is difficult to take your eyes off Akram Khan and notice anyone or anything else when he is performing. He enters the stage like dynamite rolling into your line of...   | Read..
They: Shaandaar the film: nah!