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Buddhism News

  • | October 13th, 2013

    Buddha TV review: History with a modern connect

    Buddha TV review: History with a modern connect

    Prince Siddharth’s story is being showcased for the first time on a such a grand scale on Indian television
    It’s for the first time that Buddha has been brought alive on the small-screen and naturally aroused a lot of curiosity.Click here to read more

  • | February 1st, 2013

    Uma Thurman wants to watch ‘Chak De’: Shilpa Shukla

    Uma Thurman wants to watch ‘Chak De’: Shilpa Shukla

    She was one of the few women who stood up to Shahrukh Khan in the acting department in her memorable performance in Chak De! India. And possibly one of a rare breed who can afford to say, “Kabhi kabhi jyaada achhi acting kar lo toh bhi gadbad ho jaati hai”!
    We talk to Shilpa Shukla about her latest film, Bhindi Baazaar Inc, her passion for photography and working with the King Khan… Click here to read more

  • | November 22nd, 2011

    Shilpa Shetty kissing case shifted to Mumbai court

    Shilpa Shetty kissing case shifted to Mumbai court

    Shilpa Shetty had three cases filed against her in the Supreme Court when Hollywood star Richard Gere had kissed her at an event
    Three cases filed in 2007 in Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh against Bollywood actor Shilpa Shetty for publicly kissing Hollywood star and AIDS awareness campaigner Richard Gere were Monday transferred by the Supreme Court to a Mumbai court. An apex court bench of Justice AK Ganguly and Justice JS Khehar transferred the cases to the court of a Mumbai metropolitan magistrate after Shetty’s lawyer Anand Grover pleaded for the transfer of cases. He cited the actor’s “busy work schedule” as a reason for seeking the transfer of cases from Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh to Mumbai. Click here to read more

  • | October 31st, 2011

    7Aam Arivu Movie Review: A colossal disappointment!

    7Aam Arivu Movie Review: A colossal disappointment!

    Suriya and Shruti Hassan’s film is fantastic but is let down by poor execution by director Murugadoss
    At one point in Murugadoss’ ambitious Deepavali release 7Aam Arivu, Suriya and Shruti Haasan get into an autorickshaw in Chennai and the driver does the unthinkable. He flicks down the meter. In Chennai. An auto driver. It is at this point that you realise that Murugadoss is operating in the realm of pure fantasy. In terms of plotline, it is fantastic but is let down by poor execution. What could have been a great action thriller is reduced to a preachy, turgid, bloated bore in Murugadoss’ incapable hands. Perhaps it is because he didn’t have a storyline to borrow from as he did with Christopher and Jonathan Nolan’s Memento script for Ghajini. Click here to read more