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Jan 06, 2017
Patrick Swayze on Om Puri: 'He became the big brother I never had in real life'Patrick Swayze and Om Puri had worked together in City of Joy in 1991; but their friendship continued off screen as well.
Dec 26, 2016
George Michael, a gay icon: The celebrated singer always stood up for freedom, of all kindsA lot of young gay men felt more comfortable with their sexuality when George Michael came out. He set us free.
Dec 26, 2016
RIP George Michael: The death of an entire chapter of dance-pop music loversAt every stage of his life, George Michael lived on his own terms. In his own words, “I'm surprised that I've survived my own dysfunction, really.”
Nov 11, 2016
Beyond Hallelujah: The Leonard Cohen playlist you need to cope with his passingLeonard Cohen reached out to millions of people with his music and with his words.
Aug 15, 2016
'My family should receive royalties for my songs': RIP Na MuthukumarNa Muthukumar was one of Tamil cinema’s leading lyricist
Jun 27, 2016
'Yaadon Ki Baraat': Google doodle honours R D Burman on 77th birthday"Bringing in influences from all over the world, from disco, to funk, to cabaret, R.D. Burman revolutionised Bollywood," Google said in its accompanying tribute.
Feb 29, 2016
'In Memoriam': Saeed Jaffrey honoured at Oscars 2016Indian-born British actor Saeed Jaffrey, popular for movies like Gandhi and Masoom, was honoured at the 88th Academy Awards ceremony
Feb 20, 2016
RIP Harper Lee: With 'To Kill A Mockingbird', her memory and masterpiece will live on foreverNelle Harper Lee passed away on the morning of February 19th. She died in her sleep in her hometown of Monroeville, Alabama.
Feb 03, 2014
Philip Seymour Hoffman, 23 years of brilliant performancesIt's desperately heartbreaking that Hoffmen has passed away at only 46. Heartthrobs and style icons can be replaced. But talent, lost like this, can only be mourned.
Jan 28, 2014
Pete Seeger, the man who taught 'We Shall Over Come' to US, dies at 94Pete Seeger, the banjo-picking troubadour who sang for migrant workers, college students and star-struck presidents in a career that introduced generations of Americans to their folk music heritage, died Monday at the age of 94.