The Telegraph
| Sunday, April 17, 2016 |

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Rendezvous with a fan

For Shah Rukh Khan in Fan it was tough pulling off a double role as a superstar and an obsessed admirer, says SUSHMITA BISWAS

If there’s one person who knows all there is to know about dedicated and stop-at-nothing fans, it’s superstar Shah Rukh Khan, and he adores them back. “I love the amount that people love me,” he says. So it’s no... | Read»


Small and sporty

India’s top automakers are rolling out compact SUVs that are affordable and peppy, says Abhijit Mitra

When it comes to sport utility vehicles (SUVs), small is hot. The demand for compact SUVs is at an inflection point and kicking up sharply. And the consumer is king, more so in a market that was threatening to slow down in the first two months of... | Read»


Beating the blues

Blue is trending big time in the world of colour cosmetics. It’s the hue that’s sure to make your eyes do all the talking this season. So, make this international ramp rage a part of your style mantra and play with all the possible... | Read»


Surprise offerings  

The moment you say Parsi food everyone thinks of fish, meat and eggs but they do have exciting vegetarian dishes too, says Rahul Verma

S ometimes I think I am too hard on myself. For some days now, people around me have been celebrating Parsi festivals with suitable fervour. I was invited to a couple of food fests which had some of my favourite dishes — including salli... | Read»


Fun and frolic in Florida

It was a wild ride in Florida for Rishad Saam Mehta, complete with alligators, historic rockets and speeding airboats

The engine of the airboat fired up with a deadly roar that sounded like a WW2 fighter plane starting up. Which is not too surprising since the engine was from an airplane. | Read»


Xiaomi's high five

The Xiaomi Mi 5 is a surprisingly affordable high-end flagship that ticks almost every checkbox, says Tushar Kanwar

There’s a familiar formula for flagship devices. You get the du jour high-end components — the best processor, oodles of memory and a bagful of snob value. In exchange, you hand over a sizeable chunk of your savings. | Read»


Comic relief

Neeti Palta switched from a career in advertising to stand-up comedy and aims to develop her own brand of humour

It was quite a curious turn of events that made me choose stand-up comedy as a career. I had been working in the advertising agency J. Walter Thompson (JWT) for nearly 11 years and was getting restless. | Read»