Search results for ' Artistic'.
THE ABBA ParadoxRediff.com9 hours ago
Ageing is a funny process. After rebelling and exploring, the human being drifts to the ordered arrangement, he/she once left. As a youngster I outgrew ABBA while my mother continued to like them. In September 2021, when ABBA's first single in 40 years was launched, I sent the video link to my mother. Meanwhile, now in my fifties, I find myself curious to hear ABBA's new songs, notes Shyam G Menon.
Tabbar reviewRediff.com1 days ago
There's the excitement of watching minor people commit major crimes and watching how that becomes their second nature, almost. Just when you think the show is extending outwards, it implodes. And with the ethical hinges off totally, you, the viewer, wouldn't know quite how to react, observes Sreehari Nair.
'Popular cinema gives you security in life'Rediff.com1 days ago
'An actor should learn to separate the actor and the character.' 'Me the actor and me the character should never intermingle.'
'Women are more successful in films than men'Rediff.com2 days ago
'Women use acting as a way to protect themselves.'
'Legends never die'Rediff.com2 days ago
'His passing affects us so much as we feel we lost not just an actor but a part of us!'
'The artist in me does get dissatisfied'Rediff.com5 days ago
'In the whole of my career, some ten-twenty characters might have really satisfied me.'
What Happens At India's Biggest Fashion ShowRediff.com5 days ago
An inside look at the FDCI x Lakme Fashion Week.
Goddess Durga's SAND SculptureRediff.com5 days ago
Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik creates a sand sculptures of Goddess Durga using seashells on the beach in Puri.
Why Sonu Walia QUIT FILMSRediff.com5 days ago
'Everywhere, people would ask me why I had left films. They wanted to see more of me.' 'Their words were music to my ears.'
Why I proposed at an army campRediff.com5 days ago
Popping the question to Nandita Mahtani, Commando style at an army camp while rappelling down a wall. Surrounded by 300 army men...
Ravan Gets The Final TouchRediff.com6 days ago
Artists in Amritsar are giving finishing touch to the effigy of the demon king Ravan ahead of Dussehra.
'In the city, you see only masked human beings'Rediff.com6 days ago
'Villagers are people without masks.' 'That is why I call them genuine human beings.' 'As an actor, I have been inspired by many such genuine characters.'
'Venu will remain exceptional'Rediff.com6 days ago
'He was truly an athulya abhinaya pratibha (exceptionally talented actor),' director Fazil tells Divya Nair/Rediff.com, as he mourns his friend's loss.
It's Too Tempting to Call Her Mother IndiaRediff.com6 days ago
Kolkata has, yet again, outdone itself when it comes to establishment-defying social commentary through Puja pandals.
'You were like a mountain that protected me with your shade'Rediff.com7 days ago
'Your body of work and your expertise over the craft will forever be research material for generations to come!'
Legendary Actor Nedumudi Venu Passes AwayRediff.com11 Oct 2021
Beginning his career as a theatre artiste, he entered the Malayalam movie world in 1978 in G Aravindan's movie Thambu. The actor handled many versatile roles in a remarkable career.
The Bhramam ReviewRediff.com11 Oct 2021
Every film that Sriram Raghavan makes is a compendium of ideas and sensations that tickle him. Trying to remake a Sriram Raghavan film is like getting excited by somebody else's goosebumps, observes Sreehari Nair.
How models get ready for a fashion showRediff.com11 Oct 2021
Rediff.com's Rajesh Karkera and Hitesh Harisinghani take us backstage to give us a glimpse of the sweat, toil and teamwork that makes a show successful.
How The Pandemic Affected PujaRediff.com11 Oct 2021
The estimated size of the Durga Puja economy could be about Rs 2.75 trillion in 2021 had there been no pandemic, points out Atanu Biswas.
They're HOT! They're SEXY! They're not modelsRediff.com10 Oct 2021
Rediff.com 's Rajesh Karkera and Hitesh Harisinghani spotted some stylish attendees at the FDCI x Lakme Fashion Week in Mumbai.
A Love Story You Must See!Rediff.com7 Oct 2021
Brides have so many options now.
'My mother is OBSESSED with Bigg Boss'Rediff.com7 Oct 2021
'I am an emotional person and hope to be stronger when I go inside because I have been told dil pe nahin lena.'
Kolkata's Puja pandal to depict farmers' stir, Lakhimpur incidentRediff.com6 Oct 2021
A noted Durga Puja pandal in Kolkata this year will depict the agitation over the farm laws in the country, besides the killing of farmers in Lakhimpur Kheri in Uttar Pradesh.
GOSH! Is that Rihanna?Rediff.com6 Oct 2021
FDCI x Lakme Fashion Week is back with a promising line up of models.
Preity's Back In Punjab Box!Rediff.com2 Oct 2021
Preity was in mandatory quarantine before this game and her presence surely gave her team the encouragement needed to cross the finish line.
How Robotics Revived A Dying Indian ArtRediff.com1 Oct 2021
The episode of Lord Rama's pursuit to catch the golden deer was selected for the robotic application and a total of four leather puppets -- Lord Rama, Goddess Sitha, Lakshmana and the Deer -- were automated.
Muhammad Ali's rare paintings up for auctionRediff.com1 Oct 2021
The works for sale come from the collection of Rodney Hilton Brown, who worked with Ali on his art.
'I'm not afraid of my darker side'Rediff.com1 Oct 2021
'My darker side is super dark and I'm not afraid of it.'
Pix To Cheer You UpRediff.com1 Oct 2021
Bikers performing stunts. Fibleglass sculpture. Visual artists. White crested black bantam chicken posing for a photo.
Muslim artist wants to gift her Lord Krishna painting to ModiRediff.com30 Sep 2021
Jasna Salim, a 28-year old homemaker in Kerala's Kozhikode district, has drawn hundreds of paintings of Lord Krishna in the last six years but her faith has not permitted her to keep any one of them in her home.
'No star could bully Hrishida'Rediff.com30 Sep 2021
'I joined Hrishida when I was 17.' 'He left me with a lifetime of memories.'
Why is Sunny Leone Upset?Rediff.com27 Sep 2021
Priyanka is in Paris... Has Abhay found love? Why is Saqib shirtless?
'Cyclones will affect coastal regions more'Rediff.com27 Sep 2021
'We will have to face the effects of climate change for generations to come!'
Xi's foreign policy bad for India-China relationsRediff.com27 Sep 2021
Chinese foreign policy will acquire a more ideological and less pragmatic character. It will be conducted with more nationalist overtones, predicts former foreign secretary Shyam Saran.
'We Must Have Faith In Original Music'Rediff.com24 Sep 2021
'We should have original songs.' 'If we don't, there will not be anything to look back on.'
Who Says Prabhas Is UPSET with Pooja?Rediff.com23 Sep 2021
'Working with Pooja has been a great experience for Prabhas.' 'Another project with the two is being planned.'
Meet These Kids of Bollywood VillainsRediff.com23 Sep 2021
It's very easy to keep up with the children of Bollywood's leading heroes. But what about Bollywood's biggest villains?
Pix To Make You SMILERediff.com21 Sep 2021
The world is slowly returning to normal... touch wood.
Tagore's Gitanjali translation home in London for saleRediff.com20 Sep 2021
A family home in the leafy Hampstead neighbourhood of north London where Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore lived during a visit in 1912 is on the market, reviving some talk of its acquisition on behalf of the Indian government.
Porn films case: Kundra says he's being made 'scapegoat'Rediff.com18 Sep 2021
The crime branch, probing the case, had recently filed a supplementary charge-sheet against Kundra and three others in the case pertaining to alleged creation of pornographic films and publishing them through some apps.