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Bollywood’s Rainmakers

Sunday 30 June '13

The men who ‘create’ rain in hindi films and tv serials
Bollywood’s Rainmakers

Sunday 30 June '13

The men who ‘create’ rain in hindi films and tv serials
Bold Act

Wednesday 26 June '13

Shilpa Shukla on playing the seductress in her next film and her attraction for out-of-the-box roles
Bold Act

Wednesday 26 June '13

Shilpa Shukla on playing the seductress in her next film and her attraction for out-of-the-box roles
Bold Act

Tuesday 25 June '13

Shilpa Shukla on playing the seductress in her next film and her attraction for out-of-the-box roles
Shruti Haasan on films, family and being ‘besharam '

Sunday 23 June '13

Petite and charming, Shruti Haasan has always had admirers of her beauty, but her acting abilities have often been under the scanner.
Beyond Bollywood

Saturday 22 June '13

Actor Shruti Haasan hopes to act in films across culture and language boundaries
Beyond Bollywood

Saturday 22 June '13

Actor Shruti Haasan hopes to act in films across culture and language boundaries
Beyond Bollywood

Friday 21 June '13

Actor Shruti Haasan hopes to act in films across culture and language boundaries
The Instrumentalists

Thursday 13 June '13

For over a decade, Swar Aalap has been reintroducing the unsung heroes of Hindi film music
Shades of an Actor

Wednesday 12 June '13

After the success of Chashme Baddoor, Divyendu Sharma is looking for a steady innings in Bollywood.
Shades of an Actor

Sunday 9 June '13

After the success of Chashme Baddoor, Divyendu Sharma is looking for a steady innings in Bollywood.
Shades of an Actor

Thursday 6 June '13

After the success of Chashme Baddoor, Divyendu Sharma is looking for a steady innings in Bollywood
Shades of an Actor

Thursday 6 June '13

Earlier this year, Divyendu Sharma was faced with the task of filling Rakesh Bedi’s shoes in the remake of Sai Paranjpye’s Chashme Baddoor.
‘I live in people’s hearts’

Wednesday 5 June '13

Ask veteran actor Dharmendra if anyone from his family has inherited his good looks, and he coyly smiles.
‘I live in people’s hearts’

Monday 3 June '13

Dharmendra on the endearing qualities that still make him a likeable star.
‘I live in people’s hearts’

Monday 3 June '13

Dharmendra on the endearing qualities that still make him a likeable star.
Outsiders Inside

Saturday 1 June '13

Known to be dominated by star kids, Bollywood is opening up.
Rituparno Ghosh: The actors' director

Thursday 30 May '13

Rituparno Ghosh was among the few regional filmmakers who made an impact in Bollywood.
The actors’ director

Thursday 30 May '13

Rituparno Ghosh, who died on Thursday, was among the few regional filmmakers to have made an impact in Bollywood, casting mainstream actors in strong character roles.

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