Flaunting one's crowning glory becomes easier this festive season with six brand new hairdos designed by celebrity hairstylist and hair expert Priscilla Corner.
Taking the staples of different eras into consideration, Corner has designed six different hairdos for this season, namely 'The Sleek Sophisticated', 'The Neo Bohemian', 'Old Hollywood', 'The Forever Fringe', 'The Embellished Updo' and the 'Sex-kitten braid'.
Filmmaker Bejoy Nambiar, who is gearing up for his second film "David", is going gaga over Tabu.
The filmmaker, who is working with the actress for the first time, said: "Tabu is a legend in her own way. It was great working with her."
He has finished shooting and said the film will come out in January next year.
"I am almost done with my next film 'David'. The film is in its post-production stage and I am very much happy with the film. The film is slated for January 2013 release," Nambiar told IANS.
India has taught him "aspirational" philosophy. Now, when legendary guitarist Carlos Santana is set to perform at the Formula One Rocks concert, the Mexican-American musician feels "honoured" to take the stage in a country that has inspired him in many ways.
"I feel inspired, grateful and honoured indeed (to perform in India). The west desires, while India aspires. Aspiration is when you want attraction, I have learned this philosophy from India. This is something we greatly need in the west," Santana, who is on a world tour right now, told IANS in an e-mail interview.
The Delhi High Court Wednesday allowed the release of the song "Mehngai" from upcoming Bollywood movie "Chakravyuh" saying that in the contextual setting of the movie the "song is not defamatory".
The court stayed an order by a single judge restraining the release of the song of the yet-to-be released film on a defamation suit filed by shoe maker Bata. The petitioner objected to the use of its name in the lyrics related to inflation.
Choc-a-bloc shooting schedules have impacted Shruti Haasan's health so much that she had to be admitted to a hospital and treated for exhaustion and dehydration.
Daughter of southern superstar Kamal Haasan and actress Sarika, Shruti has been continuously shooting for "Ramaiya Vasta Vaiya" with director Prabhu Deva in Pune.
On her day off, she travelled to Chennai for some work commitment and collapsed there following which she was rushed to a hospital.