Navratri special: Anushka Sharma, Diana Penty and Ileana D’Cruz don the vibrant orange!
The bright colour marks the 6th day of Navratri
Orange, the colour that signifies the 6th day of Navratri, stands for brightness, vibrancy and warmth. This colour can definitely make you look stylish, ethnic and funky, depending on which look you choose. But there is a thin line between looking bright and looking gaudy. If not teemed with the right colours and accessories, this colour could go terribly wrong.Click here to read more
Navratri Special: Kareena Kapoor, Chitrangda Singh, Tabu – stylish in green!
Today is the fourth day of the nine-day Hindu festival that will end with Dussehra
We take a look at the B-town divas who wear green with élan – the Navratri colour for today (October 19). Click here to read more
Navratri special: Ayushmann Khurrana wins the battle over society stereotypes in Vicky Donor
What’s wrong with donating sperm? Nothing. Except that it doesn’t fit well with certain rigid minds with rigid ideas. So we dedicate the second day of this nine-day festival to the characters who forced open stereotypes that suffocate our society
Yes, it’s difficult to defy your own family, community and loved ones and stand up for your love. But on the second day of Navratri, we cherish the way Bollywood has stood up against stereotypes and showed us how to fight for our passion. Click here to read more
Navratri special: Sridevi wins the battle for respect in English Vinglish
The actor, who played the role of Shashi in the movie directed by Gauri Shinde, has re-earned her place as a star. And she displays the true essence of the nine-day festival…
Our hearts went out to the efficient, laddoo making housewife Shashi – a role played by Sridevi in English Vinglish – when we saw her being put down because of her funny pronunciation (remember jhaaz?) and tooti-phooti English. Click here to read more
Navratri Special: When Deepika Padukone, Vidya Balan, Gauri Shinde donned red!
The nine-day festival starts today, and we look at how the creative and powerful women of Bollywood show off their elegance and beauty in the first colour of festival – red
Deepika Padukone looks sensuous and stunning in the red gown designed by Gaurav Gupta. Click here to read more