A plot full of unreasonable twists and turns
The story of an all-out war against an underworld don by Rahul Khanna, Arjun Rampal and John Abraham has elements of action. “Elaan” has a very good take-off and spunky John Abraham infuses enough energy in his role. Credit should also go to first timer Rahul Khanna, who is on a mission to avenge his father’s killing, for looking expressive in some sequences.
John Abraham and Lara Dutta in “Elaan”
Punjabi folk rules Plaza show
Chandigarh, January 15
The Department of Tourism Chandigarh Administration, in association with the Oasis Event Management with ‘The Tribune’ as media sponsor, presented a musical bonanza of Punjabi folk songs today at the Plaza.
Singer enthrals at
Mohali, January 15
Singer Vikram Vicky entertained the audience with his songs at the Phase
VII community centre here last night as part of the Lohri celebrations.
Residents of the area had gathered at the community centre to celebrate
Art lovers pour aid for tsunami victims
Works worth 1.35 lakh sold at exhibition
Art defied its traditional definition today. For once, “art was not all pleasure, but all purpose”. As 80 artists from the city gathered in the foyer of Sector 10 Government Museum Gallery to contribute their works for a fund raising show to help tsunami victims, the city welcomed the gesture with an open heart.
In a record breaking sale, something which the city had never witnessed earlier,
over 50 artworks were sold out within four hours on the opening day of the
A visitor has a look at paintings on display at an exhibition at Government Museum in Sector 10, Chandigarh, on Saturday.
— A Tribune photograph
New serial on Sahara One
Sahara One’s new serial “ADA” (Acting and Dance Academy) , slated to be on air from January 17, to be telecast Monday to Thursday, at 9 pm will come across as a light hearted, fast paced and a glamorous series. Its premise is a prestigious and most soughtafter dance and acting school.
The Department of Tourism, Chandigarh Administration, in its endeavour to improve the cultural health of the city beautiful has ventured to ensure ‘entertainment unlimited’ at the Plaza, the heart of the city, on every Friday evening in addition to the ongoing Saturday musical show there.
Visually challenged capture Kabir’s soul
“Pothi parh parh jag mua pandit bhya na
koye, dhai akshar prem ka parhe so pandit hoye.” Such mystic dohas of sage Kabir (1398 AD-1527 AD) have always enriched our souls. Blessed with the intuitive wisdom, vast knowledge and a unique talent, Kabir, preached the gospel of social equality, communal harmony and mutual brotherhood.
Visually challenged artistes enact a play on saint Kabir at the
Institute for Blind in Chandigarh on Friday. — A Tribune photograph
‘Docs should not have
Chandigarh, January 15
The role of doctors is of a special kind, which is why the criminal liability of those in the medical profession should be in the rarest of rare cases. This was the consensus at a panel discussion on “Doctor’s liability: civil and criminal”, organised by the Association of British Scholars here today.