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Parisians, and Berliners, have been playing at faux seaside frolicking in summers for nearly a century. Now, savant extraordinaire of fashion, Chanel’s Karl Lagerfield, rigged up a beach—complete with sand, sky and gentle, azure waves—for his show, defying the lengthening autumnal shadows. The venue: Paris’s Grand Palais. Star attendee: Pamela Anderson. How appropriate!
Same height...same build...you’ve got to admit this casting catch: Shraddha Kapoor is the best bet Bollywood can place on impersonating Saina Nehwal. But playing a champ of this calibre means early morning workouts, and racqueting and rattling on the courts. Good thing that Shraddha loves the game and dials Saina often for tips.
If there were to be a study on the number of beautiful women per sq km, Lebanon would probably take the crown. In a state so pulchritudinous, we give extra credit to Maya Reaidy, 22, for emerging as the crown jewel itself. Beyond, in December, lies Miss Universe, last won by a Lebanese in 1971, Georgina Rizk. Maya looks like her a lot, they say. Will their fates unite in triumph?
Does a mixed martial arts league (Kumite 1) need a controversial former heavyweight champ to celebrate its airily tough aesthetics? But, once in Mumbai, Mike Tyson stuffed in biryani and tried to look less scary to schoolchildren in Dharavi.
Badminton, basketball, the ramp, Kingfisher calendar...all this would have been expected from Dayana Erappa. Now that she’s an NRI from Serbia (!) in Mani Ratnam’s Chekka Chivantha Vaanam, we hope she moves admirably in her new role.
Peggy Sue Gerron Rackham, the woman who inspired the Buddy Holly single Peggy Sue in 1958 passed away at 78. She was formerly married to Holly’s bandmate Jerry Allison who, it now emerges, asked Holly to change the name of the song from ‘Cindy Lou’, so that he could impress Peggy Sue.