By Subhash K Jha
MUMBAI: Deep Purple, Limp Bizkit, Anthrax, legends like The Wailers (Original band of Bob Marley) & The Doors (Original band of Jim Morrison)…will be playing together live in Delhi
MUMBAI: Another FIR has been filed against Shahrukh Khan, his producer wife Gauri Khan, director Karan Johar and others for hurting the Hindu religious sentiments by describing Lord Krishna’s companion Radha as `sexy’ in a song in their film Student of the Year.
While the first FIR was filed by an NGO in Indore last week,
MUMBAI: The 9-year old ordeal and trauma of director Madhur Bhandarkar and his family ended suddenly on Monday morning when the Supreme Court quashed the rape charges levelled against him by starlet Preeti Jain.
Madhur’s wife Renu broke into tears when he called her with the joyful news.
By Sonia Ahmed
As president of Miss Pakistan World, I am deeply disturbed by the treatment that celebrities in the entertainment industry get in my native Pakistan. But the Pakistani government cares two hoots about the entertainment world and people associated with it.
The case in point is Annie Khalid who has appeared in several music videos and whose song Mahiya appeared in Mahesh Bhatt’s Awarappan.
By Prof Sehdev Kumar
How does a dream turn into a nightmare? When do mundane words become eloquent poetry? Why do everyday images sometimes pierce into our consciousness with the ferocity of an epic?
American playwright Arthur Miller’s two plays – Death of a Salesman and The Crucible – currently being presented by the Soulpepper Theatre Company in Toronto at the Young Centre do precisely this.