• Delhi 6 Review

    Abhishek, Sonam charm New York One may have seen Bollywood stars dancing amidst the tulip fields in Holland or singing a song at New York’s Time Square. But do you remember seeing an auto rickshaw or Delhi shops at Times Square? Well, in writer-director Rakyesh Omprakash Mehra’s briskly-paced and often hilarious film Delhi-6, the make-believe world springs up suddenly amidst real-life like stories firmly set in Old Delhi. In an utterly beguiling scene, the character of Waheeda Rehman suddenly takes ill, and has to be transported to the hospital in an auto rickshaw from her home in a narrow alley in Old Delhi. But a large reverential crowd gathered to see a cow deliver in the middle of a busy street stalls the auto. By

  • Ash cherishes ’07, year she tied the knot

    CNN IBN Mumbai: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is difficult to pin down for an interview; but is always in the news for one reason or another. Here she is, in an interview with entertainment editor of CNN-IBN, Rajeev Masand. Rajeev Masand: How would you describe the last one year? Approximately this time, last year, Guru had just released and it gave good reviews to the box office and your engagement was announced soon after and there was this world wind of the marriage, lots of travelling, and getting to know the family. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan: It is a very special time. I will cherish 2007 for multiple reasons, more obviously so because Abhishek and I got married and I am very thankful to god. I feel


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