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  • Salman under separatist's fire for advocating reopening of cinema halls in Kashmir

    Asiya Andrabi, chief of a separatist group, on Tuesday hit out at Bollywood superstar Salman Khan for advocating re-opening of cinema theatres in the Kashmir Valley

  • The Parent Trap

    The situation is so commonplace that everybody must have come across an incident like that. Two kids have a playground fight, and their parents come to battle swords drawn

  • 'Bombay Velvet' co-stars Ranbir and Anushka stride in style

    While family and friends are being spotted exiting preview theatres, the duo, Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma, who is all set for the release of 'Bombay Velvet' was spotted entering and exiting various airports in order to promote the film

  • Did Abhishek Bachchan, Karisma Kapoor avoid each other at a function?

    Apparently, there was an awkward silence between Abhishek Bachchan and Karisma Kapoor at Shashi Kapoor's Dadasaheb Phalke Award function at Prithvi Theatre on Sunday

  • 'True Detective', 'Sherlock' win at 2015 BAFTA TV Awards

    US TV show 'True Detective' and Benedict Cumberbatch's 'Sherlock' managed to bag honours at the BAFTA TV Awards that took place on Sunday at London's Theatre Royal

  • Spotted: Big B and Rekha at Prithvi Theatre

    Amitabh Bachchan and Rekha at an event held at Prithvi Theatre where the Dadasaheb Phalke Award was conferred on Shashi Kapoor on Sunday

  • Remembering Tagore

    On Rabindranath Tagore's 154th birth anniversary this Thursday, watch the play, She-He-Shey, based on the Bengali poet's book, Shey

  • Akshay Kumar and Twinkle Khanna's movie outing in Juhu

    The 'Khiladi' himself, Akshay Kumar was spotted with his pretty wife Twinkle Khanna outside a theatre in Juhu, Mumbai. Both sported simple albeit trendy attire

  • Tune into the world of traditional Lavani

    This week, a show titled Sangeet Bari will offer unique insights into the world of traditional Lavani theatres and the lives of the dancers who earn their livelihood from them

  • 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' to have alternate ending in Blu-Ray

    While 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' is receiving whopping response in theatres, retailers have whetted fans' appetites by promising an alternate ending and extended version of the film, when the DVD and Blu-Ray versions are released later this year

  • Mumbai Diary: Sunday shorts

    The city -- sliced, diced and served with a dash of sauce

  • 3 events to catch on Mumbai's stages

    In the mood for some wit and humour this evening? Catch Motley’s latest offering in their ‘Story-telling on Stage’ series Gadh-ha Aur Gadd-ha...

  • Theatre on a new turf

    Prithvi Theatre will be organising a unique venture at the Mahalaxmi Racecourse with a seven-day programme that includes plays by veterans like Naseeruddin Shah

  • DD to share archival content as educational DVDs

    Public service broadcaster Doordarshan on Tuesday tied up with the National Council Of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) to share and disseminate its archival content in the form of educational DVDs to promote arts education in schools

  • Prithvi Theatre's Kunal Kapoor to restore father Shashi's films

    Kunal Kapoor talks about Prithvi Theatre's efforts to involve children in performing arts, his attempt to restore his father Shashi Kapoor's films and his plans to take theatre to greener pastures

  • Sachin Tendulkar wants India's young guns to come out and play sport

    Indian cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar was yesterday inducted as one of the five new members into the prestigious Laureus Sports Academy in a glittering annual awards ceremony at the Shanghai Grand theatre here

  • Mumbai Diary: Wednesday Whispers

    The city — sliced, diced and served with a dash of sauce

  • Comedy is the toughest form of acting, says Anupam Kher

    On April 18, Anupam Kher's academy Actor Prepares completes 10 years of teaching and learning acting. The alumni will showacase their talent with theatrical productions in April and May. In a candid chat, Anupam Kher talks about the dynamics of India's theatre landscape

  • Watch this play for a cause

    Alibaba, a musical, has been adapted from the literary works of a Bengali playwright who recreated the magic of this classic in 1896. Performed by Mumbai-based Bengali theatre group Anandam, the proceeds from the show will be used for cancer care

  • Let the audience be the judge in theatres

    Even as the BJP-Shiv Sena government in Maharashtra is set to enact a law to make it mandatory for multiplexes in the state to screen Marathi movies during prime time slots, there are already numerous debates being thrown up about the pros and cons of such a decision

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