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More than mere revelry
Experience Deepavali in its true light and discover the quintessential `Indianness' in the spirit of the festival, says SOUVIK CHOWDHURY.
Shimmer and shine
Glitter is in this festive season. Here is a quick guide to do up yourself and your home.
Sparkles of delight
The recent fire accident and the restrictions, apart from the increasing awareness on noise pollution may be a dampener, but the Deepavali spirit and the demand for firecrackers has not died down.
Trendy and traditional
Traditions, an exhibition and sale at Lucknowi Libaas, offers exquisite fashion solutions for the festive season.
Tenali Rama goes `global'
Tenali Rama, the court jester of Krishandeva Raya, comes alive in the animation series `The Adventures of Tenali Raman' being made by Toonz Animation India Pvt. Ltd. It will be telecast worldwide from the beginning of next year.

Interesting love story
THE FILM opens against the backdrop of a football game which helps build bonds between two friends, the captain Madhav (Udaykiran) and his co-player Seenu (Jatin). It so happens that in the game Seenu goes to the rescue of his friend Madhav and ...
Tragic climax
NOWADAYS ONE rarely gets to watch a tragic love story as it is not considered economically vialable. Bobby, however, is an exception. The end looks like a hop, step and jump into the heaven where `marriages are made'. The climax of the ...
Summer of 2002
DIMPLE KAPADIA is a very special woman who carries herself with rare dignity. From Bobby to Sagar to Lekin, she has been the favourite of many a cinemagoer. Here in Leela as a visiting professor to the U.S., she ...
Great things come in small packages
SEQUELS ARE rarely better than the original as usually there is no attempt to go beyond the original premise. Stuart Little - 2 improves on the original premise and thus becomes that rare sequel that is every bit as entertaining as its ...
Bull's eye with target audience
YOU DO not really have to be avid followers of Hanna-Barbera's classic cartoon series (and the longest running mystery series) Scooby Doo, Where Are You? to enjoy this film. All you need is to be in a mood for very silly fun and a gang ...
Playing for peace
The Duo Astor drove home the message of peace through their scintillating and soulful French compositions at a concert held recently.
Chords & Notes
IF YOU can picturise the visuals behind the lyrics Chinuku tadiki chiguru todugu puvvamma, Veyikannulatho lechi choostunna terachaatu daati cherada nee sneham or Ila choodu aracheta vaalindi aakaasam, without much effort, then the ...
Eating Out
For the non-veg palate
A few dishes from Singapore made by chefs flown in from Singapore are being served as part of the buffet at `Encounters', Taj Krishna till November 6.
Festival sweetmeats
Treat your family and friends with these home-made sweets.

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