How about adding some colour and jazz to your home this season with new bedsheets, bed covers and blankets in bright and bold shades and contemporary designs?
Home furnishing brand Maspar has launched Cross County, its latest summer-spring collection offering a wide variety of pillow covers, cushion covers, bed sheets, yarn dyed duvet set, curtains, blankets, bed covers, duvet covers, quilts bath towels in various designs, patterns, shades and sizes.
The colour palette include shades of red, hyacinth pink, violet, blue, aqua and grey.
Filmmaker Kiran Rao says her actor-filmmaker husband Aamir Khan supported her to present Anand Gandhi's directorial "Ship Of Theseus".
"Aamir saw the film and he really liked it. He said nurture this film and give it a special release. I took advice from Aamir, but he was like an outside supporter. He said, 'take care of this film'," Kiran told reporters during the first-look launch of "Ship Of Theseus".
Kiran has no long-term plan to start a separate production house.
The Delhi High Court Wednesday ordered that a perjury case be registered against Bollywood actor Shayan Munshi and ballistic expert Prem Sagar Minocha for turning hostile during their deposition in the murder trial of model Jessica Lall.
A division bench of Justice S. Ravindra Bhat and Justice G.P. Mittal also discharged 17 other witnesses in the case.
The accused may get seven years maximum punishment under the perjury case.
Thanks to actress Karishma Tanna's towering look, she was banned from wearing high heels while shooting for upcoming movie "Grand Masti" as she looked taller than her co-star Vivek Oberoi.
Karishma, who is 5 feet 8 inches tall is just only few inches shorter than Vivek, who is 5 feet 10 inches. With high heels, Karishma looked much taller! So, director Indra Kumar and producer Ashok Thakeria ensured she wore flats throughout her scenes with him.
The Telugu film industry wants to highlight its contribution to Indian cinema and will kickstart the centenary celebrations here soon amongst the presence of the entire fraternity.
"We have never highlighted how much has Telugu industry contributed to Indian cinema. We want to showcase the achievements of some of our luminaries who have made us proud over the years. The celebrations will start soon and we have also requested the support of the state government," Thammareddy Bharadwaja, president, Andhra Pradesh Film Chamber of Commerce, told IANS.