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Salim Arif: His Work of Many Parts

It is a daunting task to undertake summarising Salim Arif’s multifaceted talent and work resume in a few pages, writes ...

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Verdict: Zero Tolerance to Drug Abuse

The Daily Eye Newsdesk reports that according to the latest IIHB survey, as high as 82% youngsters in the 18-30 year age cohor...

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Practise Propriety: CINTAA to Indian Television News Media

The Cine and TV Artists Association (CINTAA) is upset over the objectionable way that a section of Indian Television News Media is characterizi...

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Rucha Pathak: Giving vision and wings to the entertainment-fare.

Aparajita Krishna goes on a long walk with Rucha Pathak and gets her talking about her journey - from a student of media to le...

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Whose Bollywood is it anyway?

Vinta Nanda disagrees with Kangana Ranaut’s rants on national television, which cleverly camouflage political mischief.<...

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Stardom: The road to heaven

Vinta Nanda writes about two strugglers – their personal experiences that explain how it works for aspirants before they...

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Question of Age: The believe-it-or-not pluck of Chunibala Devi

Khalid Mohamed writes on the uncanny story of Chunibala Devi, who at the age of 80 portrayed the tetchy yet lovable village gr...

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The second last word

Vinta Nanda writes about the prevailing culture in the business of media and entertainment in India. 

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Nepotism: Advertising Industry better or Bollywood?

Sandeep Goyal gives you a view to the nepotism, which mocks at as much talent in the Adve...

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No Entry: Hazards in staging a theatre play in Mumbai

Khalid Mohamed recounts his peril-fraught, one-off experience in staging ‘Kennedy Bridge’, a play on yesteryear&rs...

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