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  • Virat, Anushka and some sushi

    What is it with famous cricketers and equally famous Bollywood stars – we’ve always wondered. Over the years, these two powerful groupings have always resulted in perfect couplings

  • From Srinagar to Cape Town

    On the tail wind of her writing success, Twinkle Khanna appears to have taken time off and flown off to Cape Town with husband Akshay Kumar and their two kids

  • Boman birthday pranked

    Trust the funny men to come up with the best pranks. Actor Boman Irani, who celebrated his birthday this week found himself at the receiving end of a well choreographed gag under the guidance of his wife Zenobia, and his son the actor Kayoze Irani, his manager had booked him a speaking gig at a weekend ‘corporate event’ to be held at a hotel in Shillim

  • The '90s hero at Playboy Club

    The Playboy Club Mumbai, which opened doors with a launch party by Dino Morea a couple of weeks ago in Lower Parel, seems to have caught the attention of Mumbai's young and restless

  • The Godrej-White House connect

    History has the strangest way of repeating itself. The Trump Presidency will be the second time that India’s illustrious Godrej clan will have a direct inroad into the White House

  • Engagement cheer

    Celebrations are pending at the fashion house of ace designer duo ‘the boys’ Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla, as Sandeep’s niece (his sister Benu Kumar’s daughter), the pretty young CEO of their fashion label, Saudamini Mattu, got engaged over the weekend

  • Memorable reception

    We could not attend the do hosted by the Ambanis in honour of the forthcoming wedding of the lovely Isheta Salgaoncar to Neeshal Modi due to prior travel plans

  • Power wedding

    Forget the Reddy wedding and its OTT ostentatiousness

  • Cricket and chicken curry

    They are both Mumbai boys with strong connections to cricket, and so when Rajdeep Sardesai, son of the late Test cricketer Dilip, spent a day recently with legend Sachin Tendulkar, most likely for a book, the two naturally hit it off like old friends

  • How they shine for you

    By now everyone has dusted off their trendy sneakers and posted their selfies looking suitably triumphant at Saturday’s all-day Global Citizen concert, but our sources inform that even as the rest of the city’s movers and shakers had happily left their egos behind as they rubbed shoulders with the hoi polloi, some stars insisted on... well... throwing their starry weight around and obviously did not get with the vibe

  • Top marketer of ideas and products

    “Mukesh Ambani is Mukesh Ambani, but Baba Ramdev is no less,” says Shekhar Gupta, who, after his sizzling chat with the chairman of Reliance recently in Mumbai, will be back again tomorrow with yoga guru and BJP poster boy Baba Ramdev

  • A star is born

    It would not be wrong to say that Ananya Birla has burst upon the scene like the fully formed star that she is

  • She liked his nose

    Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan is said to have been at his loquacious best at the launch of Samar Khan's coffee-table book on his quarter century milestone in the industry, on Wednesday in Bandra

  • From Pune, with love

    It had to happen. A couple of years ago we had written on this page about Donald Trump's visit to India and his realty projects in Maharashtra and how bizarre it would be if the next President of the USA and the most powerful man in the world is also selling real estate in India

  • All the world's a stage

    We have lost count of the times that we have run in to Niraj Bajaj, the suave MD of Mukund at the theatres

  • Roar for Clinton

    So today, all eyes are on the US elections and it would not be wrong to say that most of them are anxious

  • Movers and shakers

    AD Singh's birthday party on Thursday night was a culmination of two days of celebration that began with what the restaurateur describes as his best game of golf (played at Delhi’s golf club) to an impromptu jazz evening for 70 friends at the Olive near Qutub, followed by high tea with daughter Zoe Tara and a few of her friends in Mumbai and then what appeared to be a gathering of the tribe at the Olive in Bandra

  • Lutyen's leading lights

    Could there be a hidden message couched in Shashi Tharoor's soon to be released tome 'An Era of Darkness'? Sure, its title is followed by the qualifier – The British Empire in India

  • Not leaving on a Jet plane

    A maelstrom had broken out earlier this week on Twitter when two garrulous gents known for their gifts of the gab, Abhishek Bachchan and Suhel Seth, began tweeting their exasperation at the tardiness of the airlines they were flying

  • Twinkle's star turnout

    It's being touted as the next big book on the bestseller block, no surprises then that the excitement and anticipation for Twinkle Khanna's second book is building