The fundamental underlying problem is the biased attitude against women in the Indian culture.
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TORONTO: Outraged by the death of the Delhi gangrape victim, Indo-Canadians want death for the culprits
The Delhi gangrape is a terrible indictment of some of the attitudes prevalent in segments of Indian society.
More and more Bollywood films are entering the 100-crore club, with five hitting the mark in 2011
By Kanika Tandon
LONDON: Acclaimed director Deepa Mehta says that the idea of turning an award-winning book such as Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children should have ideally intimidated her, but she had no time to be fearful about it.
Mehta, who is friends with author Salman Rushdie, says that she never planned on turning Rushdie’s book into a film.
NEW DELHI: The body of the 23-year-old victim of the Delhi gangrape was cremated in Dwarka early Sunday morning
MUMBAI: Has Salman Khan and Abhishek Bachchan put the past behind and are now friends?
By Subhash K Jha
MUMBAI: Remember Mithun Chakbraborty’s career-changing hit Pyar Jhukta Nahin? The 1985 blockbuster changed the direction of Mithunda’s career from an action-dance star to a romantic hero. Pyar Jhukta Nahin was one of the biggest moneyspinners of the 1980s.
Now its producer K C Bokadia has hit upon an ingenious idea to cash in on the popularity of Pyar Jhukta Nahin and to resurrect Govinda’s career.
MUMBAI: Sachin Tendulakr is greater than Don Bradman, says legendary Pakistani Hanif Mohammad who also saw the Don play
By Kanika Tandon
LONDON: International Urban Bhangra artist Nindy Kaur, known for her songs in Hindi films such as Aaloo Chat and Kambakht Ishq (Om Mangalam), talks about her debut album Nindypendent