A Session's Court judge, who was travelling to his hometown to distribute invitations for his daughter's wedding, met with a tragic turn of events after his daughter was allegedly kidnapped by an unidentified person, who is now demanding a ransom of Rs 50 lakh
Maverick filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma made snide remarks at National Film Awards, saying superstar Aamir Khans decision to skip all award events points out at the losing relevance of the system in India
'Smurfs: The Lost Village' is a roller-coaster journey full of action and danger (in fun form), and certainly a joy to behold for the young and the old. There's nothing much to think about... so just enjoy!
Reprising the years of the holocaust under Hitler's inhuman Nazi regime, this film set in a Zoo in Warsaw, Poland, is an adaptation of a true story- an international best seller of the same name by Diane Ackerman
Obsessive lady Psychos may have become a profitable cinematic canon but they have to be delivered with finesse to be in the audience friendly slot but ‘Unforgettable’ really can’t hope for that
Former Real Madrid player Christian Karambeau believes Neymar's absence won’t be an issue for manager Luis Enrique who bids farewell to the club at the end of the season
Pune-based Sarhad group is travelling back in time, to the 11th century, to study an inspiring thinker - from a now violence-torn state whose treatise can be useful for conflict resolution in Maharashtra
Trans activist Alok Vaid-Menon will soon be in the city to ask you a question: Do you ever see trans-people as more than a spectacle? Get ready to get uncomfortable
Villie Mehta's airy drawing room at Warden Road is testimony to an older, more genteel Mumbai. For it is here that the feisty octogenarian wife of the swashbuckling Brigadier Furdoon Mehta, and mother of UTV's bright spark Zarina Mehta, has taught four generations of Mumbai's elite women, how to be ladies
Now, you don't need to wait for someone to bring you pedhas and pethas from the capital's heritage halwai as Bikanervala finds its first address in Mumbai
You will become environment conscious. Conserving natural resources and planting trees shall be on top of your mind. It will encourage others too. The Week Ahead: If you are aiming for something big, you need to build your team, which includes talent from the concerned fields, says Ganesha.
You shall be very possessive, which is not likely to go down well with close ones. Remember that everyone needs space, and freedom to blossom. The Week Ahead: The time is good for buying fixed assets like a dream apartment. However, you should double-check all legal documents, says Ganesha.
You will become spiritual in your outlook. Attending or organising prayer meetings is likely. You shall even visit places of worship in search of peace. The Week Ahead: You may say something hurtful to someone which may adversely affect a relationship. So, be careful in relationships, says Ganesha.
It may be very disappointing to see that your sincere feelings are not appreciated by your loved ones. Be patient, your time will come soon. The Week Ahead: You may buy irrelevant things just to derive illusive satisfaction. One needs to mark out priorities about their need, says Ganesha.
On this awesome day, you will be applauded for your selfless service. Both your friends and relatives shall be extremely impressed. The Week Ahead: You may develop differences in a good relationship. Refrain from reacting critically. Have faith, and don't be a skeptic, says Ganesha.
Although you will excel in whatever you do on this fantastic day, it may require something major to motivate you to take the initiative. The Week Ahead: Pleasures of mind and body will not attract you much. And, even if they do, you will be in them just for mental relaxation.
From dawn to dusk you will be brimming with exuberance and ebullience. You shall be very active in your social life and also gain immense popularity. The Week Ahead: Refrain from instinctively handling matters related to finance. Business-persons will need to keep a plan B ready in case of a crisis.
Success is foreseen in everything you do on this eventful day, giving a big boost to your self-esteem. Don't become over-confident, though. The Week Ahead: You may face unexpected expenses. However, you should try not to get too stressed. Avoid saying anything hurtful to anybody, says Ganesha.
You are going to be in the spotlight. Fighting for justice here, helping the hapless there, and generally involving yourself in myriad public causes. The Week Ahead: You may face disruptions and confusion in your life. This may affect your daily work. However, you love challenges, so can take care of it.
Be very careful and avoid disputes or debates with your near and dear ones, as a single word may be blown out of proportion. The Week Ahead: This seems a good time to meet and greet friends and plan picnics. However, midweek onwards, routine life will call for your attention.
You have still not explored the limits of your potential. Push yourself, and you will be amazed to see that your potential is limitless. The Week Ahead: Things may not be great in a certain bond, says Ganesha. Don't push matters. Just go slow, and be willing to compromise for now.
Financial matters shall keep you busy. You will now understand the importance of investing wisely for securing the future of your loved ones. The Week Ahead: This dreamy and buoyant time may keep you immersed in intuitive thoughts. You may not be willing to act as of now, says Ganesha.