But first, let me take a selfie! Kareena Kapoor and Yo Yo Honey Singh on the set of Singham Returns :)

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Have you heard Ziddi Dil, the song about Mary Kom’s never-say-die spirit?

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The day it all began. Happy birthday J. K. Rowling and Harry Potter :)

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Sunburn Season 8, Asia’s premier dance music festival kickstarts this season by bringing back the most-awaited world renowned artists, Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso.

Axwell and Ingrosso will be making their debut performance in India as a part of the Sunburn Arena gigs. Now you can witness the legendary performance, live in concert. Click here to book your early bird tickets!

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5 reasons to attend Enchanted Valley Carnival

Last year, the first edition of the Enchanted Valley Carnival (EVC) blew everyone away. With a stellar line-up, a scenic location and a plethora of activities, it was the ideal weekend for every music enthusiast.

Luckily for us, EVC is back and it looks like the second edition might be twice as much fun! If last year was any indication, this is not a festival you can afford to miss.

Still not convinced? Here are five reasons to attend the Enchanted Valley Carnival.

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Vikramadithyan: Film Review – A special Eid treat

This Eid is, indeed, special for the movie-lovers in India. On one hand, Salman Khan gives eidi to the North Indian audience with his blockbuster release, Kick. While on the other, we have Dulquer Salmaan‘s eidi to the South Indian movie-lovers with Vikramadithyan.

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Anvatt: Film Review – The (un?) expected

Indian films have been infamous for their horror flicks, which are most of the times “inspired” by Hollywood films. They lack the fear factor and the ability to keep the viewers engaged in the storyline. Instead of instilling fear of supernatural powers in your mind, these films instill a fear of watching Indian horror films (pun intended). For us Indians, RGV’s Bhoot is a horror film while Hollywood and World Cinema produce films that can be truly categorized in the genre since they do much more than just scaring people out of their wits with loud sound effects. Even after trying to do something new, Indian filmmakers are still unsuccessful at making a cult horror film. Gajendra Ahire’s, Anvatt: The Unexpected falls under the same category.

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Kick: Film Review – Salman Khan rules, yet again. Go get your Kick!

There are three things one mustn’t underestimate in life, and that is Salman Khan, Salman Khan and Salman Khan. Primarily because the aura that the actor carries with him is more majestic than the person. When you watch a film that stars Salman Khan, you watch it for him, not for the paraphernalia, read: other actors, actresses, props, story. It feels terribly wrong to criticise this genre of films, which I would duly like to name as Salman-ism, because the films are a hit long before they hit the screens.

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The Grand Budapest Hotel: Film Review – An epic ride of fantasy, comedy, satire and beauty by Wes Anderson

From Hollywood comes another instant classic. The Grand Budapest Hotel is an epic ride of fantasy, comedy, satire and beauty. Wes Anderson, of The Royal Tennebaums and The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, has delivered a movie which can be enjoyed by each and everyone. With an amazing cast, we are treated to an original story where you can leave the world behind. The cast of this film do justice to the characters portrayed. To list them all here will be a veritable whos-who of comedy. This film takes you on a roller-coaster adventure from the moment the opening credits begin. This is the story of The Grand Budapest Hotel. Step in to the lobby and step out of the theatre with a huge smile on your face.

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Thirumanam Enum Nikkah: Film Review – A mildly-entertaining film, that could’ve worked better

Half-witted, convoluted and puzzling, like its script, Thirumanam Ennum Nikkah is a long and tiring love story, stretched longer than a bubble gum. Inspite of a good plot, the film works, but partially. This, mainly because of its clumsy screenplay, which is all over the place. Director Aneesh’s Thirumanam Ennum Nikkah, works partially and baffles you on the whole.

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