Actress Ileana D'Cruz, who began her career in Bollywood with "Barfi", said she was proud to be part of the team and that it was an honour and privilege and a matter of pride to get an official entry to the Oscars.
"'Barfi' has received an overwhelming response from the audience and the critics. The news of being selected as India's entry to the Oscars is an honour and a privilege and a matter of pride for the 'Barfi' team," Ileana's spokesperson told IANS.
K. Lal, renowned magician and master of illusions, passed away here early Sunday due to old age-related problems, a family member said.
He was 88 and is survived by his wife Pushpa, a son and two daughters.
In spite of being doing five shows on television in just three years, actress Prerna Wanvari isn't worried bout over exposing herself on small screen.
In last three years she has been a part of shows like "Bandini", "Sapna Babul Ka... Bidaai", "Bairi Piya" and is being seen in ongoing family drama "Parichay - Nayee Zindagi Kay Sapno Ka".
She says that she believe that "over exposure is not going to do any harm".
By Radhika Bhirani
Once best kept for wearing at home, to the bathroom and, at most, till the roadside shop, the humble rubber slippers, or flip-flops, are now making a splash everywhere with their colourful, bejewelled and trendy avatars.
Be it in parks, colleges, casual workplace environment, cafes, restaurants and discotheques, boys, girls, men and women of all age groups are flaunting the V-strapped rubber slippers and stocking the many available colours and designs to suit every place and occasion.
Bollywood veteran Sharmila Tagore and the locals of Pataudi remembered late Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi on his first death anniversary Saturday.
Sharmila inaugurated a new operation theatre at a charitable eye hospital here.
"Nawaz sahab always wanted the facility of operation theatre here but it could not work out then. Today he is not here with us but I am happy that his wish has been fulfilled."
"In future too, we will take care of the needs of the people of Pataudi and see to it that they don't have to go out for any eye surgery," Sharmila, 65, said Saturday.