The new brigade of city-bred actors acknowledge the fact that being a
Chandigarhian makes all the difference to their persona, says Anuradha
Glitz, glamour and the razzmatazz, the world of show biz has
for long beckoned Punjabis. The city beautiful has many names to claim to
fame in the Mumbai film world and the recent brigade of young actors from
the city and around is only reinforcing the charm of the Punjabi spirit is
forever ready to disarm the audiences on the silver screen time and again.
The city is making its presence felt with the list of these stars growing.
With Halloween just round the corner, city youngsters are getting ready to
decorate their houses and for dancing to the tunes of spooky music during
so many costume parties being organised in the city, says Saurabh
Thumping beats of
reverberating music booming out of the overhead speakers are all set to
charm Plus-two student Simmi Kapoor into dancing. Right, to the Halloween
tune on the polished dance floor of life in a discotheque illuminated by
nice little psychedelic lights! Guys, just in case you are not aware of
the great dancing reality, Sector 21 resident Simmi is all geared up to
slip into her stilettos and letting her hair down for boogieing the
afternoon away on the Halloween this Tuesday.
Imagination with style is the buzzword for as gifts, letters, trousseaus
and even events come wrapped in colourful bows, packaging as trend is all
set to reach an all-time high, says Gayatri Rajwade.
Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens Bright copper kettles and
warm woollen mittens Brown paper packages tied up with string, These are a
few of my favorite things. This unparalleled feel-good ode to life from
the classic Sound of Music relies on the enchanting power of imagery and
indeed it is the ‘visual’ that counts.
Death of a dream: The
If ever a thesis on the Indian two-wheeler market is written, the
legendary Yamaha-RD350 would definitely find a bold mention, and only then
would the bike, whose speed, ‘voice’, overall built will rest in
peace, satisfied that it was crucified for all the wrong reasons, one
being that it was way ahead of its times.
WRITE TO RENE
Be happy, have a life
I am a 28 year old woman, married for the past seven years having two
children both going to nursery school and I have enough time to think
about which way my life is going. I would really love to go back to
college where I left off to get married and start working somewhere. I see
lots of girls my age still studying or working and having a life of their
Let the make-up flow
These are three distinctive
groups be it the party, shy, sporty look, which I categorise women make up
styles into can be mixed and matched. Experimenting with make up is how an
individual can achieve her personal style. The make up should not
overshadow your personality. Be prepared to stand out!
I was on my way back home on
Friday evening – after a speedy purchase of a few quick gifts at Sector
17. I thought it was a miraculous getaway for me that my car was not
double-parked and that I managed to leave the fountain with all my limbs
FUN WITH FASHION
Who’s that??? Don…
Like every consecutive year, this
year’s Divali too saw many a firecrackers piercing the skies—their
colourful, sprightly sparks flying off high. However, what flew higher
than these festive sparks were the sparks of anticipation. For, sweeter
than all that ‘mithai’ and chocolates exchanged this Divali, was the
joy of seeing King Khan trying to fit into the ever indisputable Big B’s
shoes (wearing those much hyped Oakley shades and Tag Heuer watch, of
course). Girls, guns and gadgets— are the fancy frills that accompany
the twisting and turning thrills in the Rs 40 crore slick, stylish update
of the 1978 Amitabh Bachchan starrer Don.
Health tip of the day