All stories by DIVYA NAIR
'Instagram is my teacher'Rediff.com5 days ago
'A lot of people think that since I am Rohit Shetty's sister I may get special attention.' 'In fact, it's the opposite.' 'You can call up anyone and ask, how Rohit treats Mehek on the sets and they'll tell you how I get a lot of daant.'
SIX Reasons to watch UyareRediff.com16 Jul 2021
It stirs up your emotions and you end up feeling attached to each of the characters in Uyare like you've known them forever, feels Divya Nair
Rs 20 a day to Rs 30 cr a year: Chinu Kala's inspiring journeyRediff.com12 Jul 2021
'Life has been my greatest teacher.'
Study Abroad: The Scramble for Education LoansRediff.com29 Jun 2021
Indian students planning to study abroad this year have to pay higher fee, fund their quarantine stay and also compete for on campus work opportunities.
What's delaying India's STUDY ABROAD plans?Rediff.com29 Jun 2021
Students who have received admission to foreign universities are struggling with unexpected delays, additional living costs and scarcity of vaccine supplies.
'I did films only to earn money'Rediff.com29 Jun 2021
'It's only in the last seven years, I have taken acting seriously.'
Plan to Study Abroad? 13 TIPS for YouRediff.com29 Jun 2021
How you can make the most of a foreign education.
'I like to be classy, elegant and sexy'Rediff.com28 Jun 2021
Actor Priyamani shares her style secrets, love for fitness and more...
'I didn't expect much from Family Man'Rediff.com25 Jun 2021
'They wanted a character, who could speak both Tamil and Hindi. That's how I got on board.'
The Mask India Project's success storyRediff.com24 Jun 2021
'The heart is to honour all who have been struck by Covid and the map signifies that as a country, we can win this together.'
'Grab all the opportunities that come your way'Rediff.com23 Jun 2021
In 1993, Rochelle Chhabra joined Streax as an R&D employee. Today, she heads their professional division.
Selva's MOST TIRING SCENE in The Family ManRediff.com18 Jun 2021
'In the climax, if you see, Manoj Bajpayee and I engage in a fist fight.' 'It had to be shot in a single take so either of us couldn't make any mistakes.'
'Never thought Chellam Sir would be so big'Rediff.com10 Jun 2021
'I am really happy with how people remember my character.'
3 lakhs to 22 crore! IIM grad's success storyRediff.com7 Jun 2021
From a small team of five weavers, Karagiri now works with 1,800 weavers from across India. Pallavi Mohadikar, co-founder of Karagiri, shares her incredible success journey.
Ek Mini Katha reviewRediff.com28 May 2021
Ek Mini Katha highlights an important body issue, but in many ways, it also trivialises it, notes Divya Nair.
Why this techie built CovidTweetRediff.com27 May 2021
After losing his driver to Covid, Ahmedabad engineer Shivam Dhruva felt the need to build an app that will provide latest medical updates at the click of a button, free of cost.
They danced to raise funds for Covid reliefRediff.com20 May 2021
Youngsters turn their passion for dance to raise funds for Covid relief in rural UP.
Karnan reviewRediff.com19 May 2021
After Aadukalam and Asuran, this is another film Dhanush is going to be proud of, says Divya Nair.
The 13 YO Designer Making WavesRediff.com10 May 2021
Born with autism spectrum disorder, Nandhitha's signature collection was released online recently.
Why Do Employees Quit? Ask SubhamRediff.com6 May 2021
'A lot of people who quit felt they have been in the organisation for way too long and needed a better or challenging career role to advance in their careers.'