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As Sunny and Bobby Deol stoutly settle into the tepid roles of also-rans, dad Dharmendra—once among the handsomest of stars in the world—can’t stop giving them a massive inferiority complex. There they are, with the 82-year-old (!) in splendid waist-coated fopdom, in a TV show to promote their upcoming movie, Yamla Pagla Deewana Phir.
We are already eyeing this left-armed tearaway as future prospect, but Arjun Tendulkar has set his sights on the Home of Cricket. On a rained-out day at Lord’s, T junior lent a hand to the groundsmen, then switched to selling radios. Bhajji, whose measured commentary is a pleasure, found him thus.
Second in modern notoriety to only civil conflict, human trafficking and its corollary, modern slavery, has to be damned at every opportunity. Love Sonia (dir. Tabrez Noorani), a film that inhabits that sleaziest of worlds, was given a warm approval at the Indian Film Festival in Melbourne. So were its stars: Mrunal Thakur (a revelation), Richa Chadha and oh, Frieda Pinto.
They dared to keep him out of the team to blood young talent, but can Indian hockey afford to lose a once-in-a-generation midfielder whose rapier passes and through balls have repeatedly opened up opponents’ defences like a can of soup? Nope, so Sardar Singh, former captain, is back in business, aiming for a top spot at the Asiad. Going by the way the Indian team has performed of late, we are inclined to share his hope.
Do you think Kapil and Ranveer share even a passing resemblance? So why then is the actor looking so happy to be playing our legend in Kabir Khan’s ’83—a film of that magical World Cup memory. Measure Kapil’s guarded grin, and add your own apprehensions to it.
Aisha Sharma might have grabbed a role against Manoj Bajpayee and John Abraham in Satyameva Jayate, and she might coo about a de-glammed character, but only after those wispy curls have fallen on that sidelong, radiant smile atop a little white dress. This photo will win you ardent admirers, girl.
After the media reported that much of what China consumes as salmon is actually rainbow trout, the China Aquatic Products Processing and Marketing Alliance (CAPPMA), under the agriculture ministry of China, declared that the rainbow trout would now be officially called a salmon.