- The Bollywood Hard-sell
June 29, 2013
Whether it's playing housie with housewives or spooking journos with fake ghosts, the Bollywood hype machine is in top gear.
- Beyond the red curtain
June 15, 2013
A Chinese film festival in Delhi marks a new level of bilateral exchange between the two countries.
- Aam and the woman
June 15, 2013
A little village in Bihar has zero cases of dowry deaths and female infanticide. Why? Because of mango trees.
- In This Section
- Entire Website
From the Times Of India
- MOST POPULAR
Via perezhilton. com
Going to jail and rehab will be the best thing to happen to her inquite some time - at least financially ! When Lindsanity LOLhan is released back into the wild later this year, she is expected to make $1 million for her first interview as a free woman with OK Magazine! Don't spend it too fast, bb! We predict you'll be a hot commodity in the industry again for maybe five to ten minutes! Let's hope you can somehow get it together and re-build your career.
Via mrpaparazzi. com
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Irish rock star Bono announced that the band is working on a "club-sounding" album. He didn't elaborate more than that, explaining that the band is also working on releasing a new rock album, while they gear up for their tour and he and The Edge finish up scoring the the Spider-Man musical. Still, we'd love to hear a little U2 thrown in with our GaGalicious jams and Brit-Brit mega hits at the club!
Via celebbuzz. com
Liv Tyler, Jennifer Aniston, Melanie Griffith and Anne Hathaway have all allegedly been duped by a Beverly Hills salon owner, according to charges filed in court. A witness has accused Maria Gabriella Perez, owner of Chez Gabriela, of charging $280, 000 worth of fraudulent charges to the celebrities' credit cards. The amount may sound like a lot, but perhaps it's not so difficult to ring up such high totals when your "secret" face cream retails for $3, 200.
Register for Full Access to the Crest Edition
Don't have a Facebook Account? Sign up for Times Crest here.
Subscribe to The Times of India Crest Edition and stay connected with our unequalled network of correspondents, analysts, writers and editors to figure the changes bubbling below the surface of society.