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Aug 30, 2016
"They called me the Princess of Posh Pain", Zoya Akhtar on The Firstpost Show post the launch of Sony Le Plex HDArray
Jun 30, 2016
Throwback Thursday: Films on broadcast journalism honouring Arnab's Modi interviewWhile we know that Arnab is the debatable king of TV news, there has been an interest in broadcast journalism for quite some time now
Apr 13, 2016
Forget Swades, DDLJ: These five films of Shah Rukh Khan brought out the true 'Fan' in usIn the 25 years since Shah Rukh Khan's big screen debut in 1991 with Deewana, one thing has not changed: his passion to be an actor, a superstar.
Jun 30, 2015
Whispered wisdom from the racetrackMany things rely on the power of suggestion
Jun 07, 2015
Dil Dhadakne Do Review: Priyanka, Anushka, Ranveer star in Zoya Akhtar's celebrity pyjama partyAt some point in the first half of Dil Dhadakne Do, you might find yourself wondering whether director Zoya Akhtar is pulling an elaborate con on the audience.
Jul 20, 2014
Dutch cyclist tricks death on both fateful Malaysian airplanesDutch cyclist Maarten de Jonge escaped death twice after he made last minute changes to his flight tickets for the ill-fated MH370 and MH17 of Malaysia Airlines
Jul 02, 2014
We had luck on our side and now we have to take advantage of it: MessiLionel Messi said he was as nervous as anyone during Argentina's "lucky" World Cup last 16 win over Switzerland Tuesday but urged his team to make the most of their reprieve.
Jan 06, 2014
Tailor from Kerala wins luxury cars,100k dirhams in Dubai raffleFasaludheen Kuttipalakkal had been trying his luck at the raffle for the past 10 years without success.
Nov 05, 2013
Ahead of Mars mission, Nasa wishes Isro with 'lucky peanuts'As the Isro geared up for the Mars Orbit Mission (MOM) " Mangalyaan", Nasa wished the Indian space agency with "lucky peanuts" on its Facebook page, for the MOM scheduled for launch on 5 November from Andhra Pradesh's Sriharikota.
Apr 15, 2013
Short films don't work in India: Zoya AkhtarShort films served standalone in theatres are unlikely to find takers in the country, says filmmaker Zoya Akhtar, who has helmed a 25-minute movie, Bombay Talkies.