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Expect sessions by Pankaj Kapur, Simon Taufel, Lisa Ray and others
The literary gala is set to take place at National Centre for Performing Arts, Prithvi Theatre and St Paul's Institute and Title Waves book shop in Mumbai from November 14-17.
Earlier this year, at the launch event of her autobiography Close To The Bone, Lisa Ray opened up about feeling insecure about her appearance when she was just 16
A wellness conclave, a modelling workshop and loads of shopping with the Pehnava exhibition, here's what you missed
Swedish actor Elli AvrRam, who will soon be seen in The Verdict — State v/s Nanavati, is making steady headway into the South Indian film industry
Four More Shots Please! is written by Devika Bhagat with dialogues by Ishita Moitra.
The Sufi Studio creates timeless pieces out of eco-friendly fabrics
In a recent conversation with a news agency, she opened up about how being known as a sex symbol at the age of 16 has made life difficult for her.
Actress Lisa Ray, a cancer survivor, says she feels much more comfortable in her own skin than ever before as she talks about the true definition of beauty after experiencing life from a much wider sp
"Made peace with my death, promised myself to spread awareness if I get to live again": Manisha Koirala on her battle with cancer
Bollywood actress Manisha Koirala, who has successfully battled ovarian cancer, on Sunday, opened up about the disease and how it changed her as a person.
Lisa Ray makes her digital debut on Amazon Prime's 4 More Shots Please! later this month and gives us a glimpse into her deeply personal memoir, Close to the Bone which comes out in May
After being diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma in 2009 which requires her to be on a lifelong dose of medication pre-empted the possibility for her to carry children herself seemed impossible.
From customised detox regimes to flavourful dishes that can heal you from within, here’s a guide to the growing spa cuisine phenomenon.
Self-imposed history, verbose script and badly mounted screenplay makes the viewing distractedly confusing and far from what it was flaunted to be.
Raman feels that Indians are more exposed to "low budget pulp horror".
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