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Catch actor Ritwik Chakraborty live in conversation with artiste Sujoy Prosad Chatterjee at Addaghor
This new digital chat show will see the guests share their personal journey and coping mechanisms with Sujoy
It’s been ten years since Rana Daggubati first appeared onscreen as a young political heir in Sekhar Kammula’s Telugu film, Leader. Over the past ten years, Rana has learned about the power of being a
All the COVID 19 guidelines will be strictly maintained and it is being said that only a chosen family members of both the families will be present for the do.
From celebrities like Sonal Chauhan to Lakshmi Manchu, several members of the film fraternity posted their congratulatory messages.
Rana is reportedly engaged to Miheeka Bajaj from Hyderabad.
'We need art through good and bad': DAG's Ritu Vajpeyi-Mohan reflects on the success of their COVID-19 fundraiser
"We need art through the good and the bad," says Ritu Vajpeyi-Mohan, Publisher, DAG (Delhi Art Gallery).
Exclusive! Rana Daggubati: It's a gift from us at ACK Live to the children of India who are cooped up at home
As the country slowly moves towards a lockdown-like situation to control the pandemic, Amar Chitra Katha has an unique offer indeed.
Mums at work: Fun Pickle founders Richa Daga and Neha Bhatnagar on why kids' wellness needs our attention
From fun runs to musicals, Fun Pickle does it all
The website has, however, been banned by the government.
The actress was once the highest-paid female superstars on Bollywood and the country’s OG Dream Girl.
The film is said to be out for Dussehra.
The results of DAG’s auction, held at a well-attended black-tie charity dinner hosted by the Taj Palace, New Delhi, on August 09, greatly exceeded the expectations and estimates.
On the professional front, Rana is working on Haathi Mere Saathi, directed by Prabhu Solomon.
The film also starred Hrithik Roshan, Katrina Kaif and Kalki Kanmani.
Rana Daggubati eloquently put to rest the perception that south Indian films cannot appeal beyond their geography.
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