Nothing close to villainy
He belongs to the category of actors you love to hate! From Mogambo to Shakaal and very recently, the bald and bold Kaanch Cheena, the villains of B-town are a huge hit with people. And it is only when you sit across them that the veil of portraying a smuggler, a rapist or just being a heartless brute really vanishes and the real person comes out! Such was the experience of interacting with Vishwajeet
Screen presence: Vishwajeet Pradhan
When words met the magician...
A poet's strength lies in his universality. As one surfs through Dinesh Raghuvanshi's poetry, the lines…
My world — travel
This 24-year-old Brit's bucket list is pretty interesting.
A dream journey
Just one film old in Bollywood (Dum Maaro Dum) and the other one all set to release (Department), Rana Daggubati's journey to stardom has come quite naturally to him. We talk to the tall, dark and handsome guy about his experience till now.
Supermodel Sanjana (Karisma Kapoor) and Rohan (Rajneesh Duggal), son of one of the nation’s foremost business tycoons, are one of the most popular couples in the social circuit. When Sanjana decides against flying to Paris at the last minute for a lucrative modelling assignment, she does so because her instincts push her against going.
A view from the top
Belling the CAT maybe everyone’s cup of tea in the intellectual segment but topping it is only for the genius. Arushi Jain is one of those. City topper in CAT 2012 with a 99.97 percentile, Arushi is also the perfect definition of humility and intelligence.
South-Indian food is growing in popularity amid Ludhiana folks
Southern flavours, Punjabi land
Do delicacies from the South make you drool? Counting on the rising number of palates seeking sambars, dosas and myriad dishes from Down South, restaurants in Ludhiana seem to be cashing in on the delectable trend! Two new South Indian restaurants have sprung up in posh areas of the city, even as the old ones continue to draw crowds.
Aradhika & Sesh
The Noodle-Bar in Sector 26 is holding a three- day ‘Indian, Oriental Fusion and Mediterranean Food Festival’ from May 11-13.
With the world going green and all wanting to take the healthy veggie route, innovative dishes with humble vegetables are quite welcome. Zucchini tops in nutrition and should not be overcooked for it kills the colour and lessens the nutrients.
Lebanese, all the way!
Three young minds and a wonderful vision towards life summarises Vikram Saini, Gurinder Pal Singh and Abhit Jhanji. Together they have come up with a Lebanese venture by the name of Jaffa in the inner market of Sector-9, Chandigarh.
Some 200 dholis will come together on Saturday to celebrate the Punjabi spirit. Dholicious 2012 brings folk alive with Eddu Sharif and bhangra.
Isha in for action
Sreeram’s fan club
Not a couch potato
Hit and miss
Shaleen’s emotional quotient
Batting for cricket