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Gujarati celebs who love to cook

Written By kom nampultig on Senin, 30 Maret 2015 | 21.44

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The multitasking veteran is not only a singer but also a reputed, practicing Cosmetologist by day. But what nobody knows is that the singer cum doctor is a self confessed foodie and also tries his hand in the kitchen. He admits to making excellent chicken curry and more and loves to cook. 

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Janak Thakker is not your regular actor, he not only acts but also does his bit of civic activity and social service. Recently the actor was spotted distributing masks to prevent swine flu also.But the young man can also whip up a dream in the kitchen and says that he can cook a delicious Indian meal all by himself. 

celebs.jpg

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The TV host has been anchoring food shows for some years now and over the years developed a keen interest in cooking and food presentation also. She takes to social media to flaunt her amazing culinary skills and ensures that each dish she cooks is presented well and plated in a different and creative way! Kudos to that. 

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The girl with a silky, golden voice also happens to have a beautiful culinary side. She loves to bake and that is what she does when she's not singing. While her work is her passion, Shaili cooks on the side to let some steam off and makes delicious varieties of cakes and curries to please her family's palate. 

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Hollywood enters Marathi industry

TNN | Feb 26, 2015, 10.57AM IST

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In a first, a production house from Hollywood has associated itself with a Marathi film starring actors Saurabh Gokhale and Smita Tambe.

The movie 'Paratu' has completed its shooting, according to a website. A report on the website marathimovieworld.com said, "Marathi films are going worldwide. Now, we find even Hollywood film makers taking interest in producing a Marathi film. East West Company which has produced many Hollywood films, including award winning films like 'Kundalini' and ' Together Forever', have now made a Marathi film 'Paratu' which is directed by an NRI Nitin Adsul, who has settled in USA for a long time."

Interestingly, another Marathi movie that has been the talk of the town has been acquired for distribution by a Hollywood studio. Chaitanya Tamhane's 'Court' will be distributed by Zeitgeist Film which has been associated with acclaimed director Christopher Nolan's film earlier.

The movie has been shot in Maharashtra and Rajasthan and is set between 1968 to 1985. It has been written by Clerk Mack Milliam, Nitin Adsul and Daryl Cocks. Shankar Mahadevan has composed the title track of the drama.
Apart from Saurabh and Smita, the movie features Kishore Kadam, Gayatri Deshmukh, Anshuman Vichare, Navnee Parihar, Raja Bundela, Ravi Bharatiya and child artiste Yash Pande in important roles.
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62nd National Film Awards: Tamil movies bag eight honours

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Kamini Mathai, TNN | Mar 24, 2015, 07.56PM IST

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CHENNAI: Several Tamil movies bagged honours at the 62nd National Film Awards announced on Tuesday.

Singer Unnikrishnan's daughter Uthra won the best female playback singer award for the song "Azhagu Azhagu" in the movie "Saivam."

It was penned by Na Muthukumar, who also won the best lyricist award. This is his second national award.

Vivek Harshan won for the best editor award for the Tamil gangster film "Jigarthanda."

Bobby Simha won best supporting actor award for his role in "Jigarthanda."

Dhananjeyan Govind got an award for the best writing on cinema for his book " Pride of Tamil Cinema."

Other award winners include: Producer J Sathish Kumar and director Brahmma (best Tamil movie - "Kuttram Kadithal") and director Manikandan (best children's film - "Kakka Muttai").

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Gurgaon girl’s crowning secret her strong views

GURGAON: Aditi Arya, a resident of Nirvana Country in Sector 50, made the city proud by bagging the fbb Femina Miss India World 2015 on Saturday.

It turns out the 21-year-old, who will represent the country at the Miss World pageant, never thought of taking up modeling as her career.

She explained, "I was doing my internship as a research analyst with a city-based MNC, attending conclaves and conferences. But I'm opinionated, and wanted to be heard. The idea of representing my country through the Femina Miss India platform, therefore, intrigued me."

Aditi moved to the city with her family from Chandigarh eight years ago. For her, Gurgaon is truly a city of opportunities. "When I moved here, it was like a fantasy land to me. The city offered immense opportunities. My schooling and exposure to a fast-paced life helped me grow," she told TOI. Galleria market and Leisure Valley were her favourite hangout places and she was regular at the Patio club gym.

Describing her daughter as multi-talented, Aditi's mother Poonam said, "She was a regular at Zumba classes. Simultaneously, she had interest in music, sketching and writing. She never thought of becoming a model, but took the opportunity to achieve higher goals in life."

"At school, she was a perfect mix of innocence, intelligence and amicability, with a serene calmness flowing through her. The first time she took part in a Model United Nations competition, she caught our attention with a remarkable display of writing skills," said Arti Chopra, principal of Amity International School, Sector 46, where Aditi studied after she moved to Gurgaon. She had addressed students of her school a couple of months back.

While completing her BBA from Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies in Vivek Vihar, Aditi got involved with NGO Protsahan, which works for welfare of differently-abled children.

"The title is an opportunity for me to take up social causes. I'm glad it will help me make a difference in society," she said.

Nirvana residents were overjoyed with the news. Ashu, a resident who knows the family well, said, "She (Aditi) is extremely sincere and focused. Her family is down-to-earth. We have already congratulated the parents and are waiting for them to return for the celebrations."

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I regret not listening to Aamir Khan

Written By kom nampultig on Minggu, 29 Maret 2015 | 21.44

TNN | Feb 16, 2015, 04.21PM IST

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Mahesh Kothare is a super successful filmmaker in the Marathi industry and has also directed some Hindi films.

But do you know that this acclaimed filmmaker was once rejected by the perfectionist Aamir Khan? In an interview with boxofficeindia.co.in, Mahesh revealed how he regretted not paying heed to Aamir's advice. He said, "I made two Hindi films. My first film was 'Masoom', which was promoted really well and its song 'Chhota baccha...' became a rage. My second film was my own production, 'Lo Main Aa Gaya', for which I initially wanted Aamir Khan. I pursued a meeting with him for a long time and he was kind enough to meet me. In fact, we had five to six meetings. He didn't like the script but he was gracious enough to suggest a few changes that would improve it."

Mahesh further elaborated how he got annoyed at the suggestions and didn't listen to him. He went on to make the movie.

"But, you know, there are times when one goes through something called 'vinash kal vipreet buddhi'. During this time, one's mind is possessed by the devil. So I got annoyed, which I shouldn't have, because he is a very intelligent person. When I look back, I regret NOT listening to Aamir Khan. I thought if I could make a film like Masoom, I could make a film with newcomers and hit the jackpot. So I roped in Govinda's nephew to make the movie and I was wiped out! But then I am a fighter, so I fought back, crawled back, and came back with a bang with 'Pachadlela' - a Marathi mega-hit." Kothare is currently busy with the mythological TV series 'Jai Malhar' which he is producing. The serial stars Devdatta Nage as Lord Khandoba, Surabhi hande as his wife Mhalsa and Isha Keskar as Banai.
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Payal Seth celebrates birthday

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Feb 5, 2015, 03.26PM IST

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Bhojpuri industries most popular actress, Payal Seth celebrated her birthday with members of the industry, recently. Payal Seth is known for celebrating her birthday every year lavishly. The birthday bash was organised at a resort near Essel World. After cutting her birthday cake, Payal also enjoyed a long drive with her friends.

Payal Seth's entire family was present at the event. Sanjay Pandey, Avadhesh Mishra, Baleshwar Singh, Gaurav Jha were also present there. Anjana Singh, Pooja, Khushi also wished Payal on her birthday.

Source: Bhojpurimedia.com

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Singer Karthik performs with his band Arka at a party at ITC Grand Chola, Chennai

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TNN | Feb 23, 2015, 12.00AM IST

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It was an evening of music, laughter, camaraderie and good food at a recent event in a star hotel in the city. The evening started off with singer Karthik, performing with his band Arka, comprising musicians like Selvaganesh, Ravichandra Kulur, Gino Banks, Myshko and Santosh. The band indulged the audience with some lilting numbers, which were a fusion of Indian and Western music.

Present at the do were a mix from social circles, the film and music industries. Singers Haricharan and Naresh Iyer were spotted enjoying the music by the band. Also spotted were Rajiv Menon and Latha, Mandolin Rajesh, Lakshmi and Saraswathi and Bharat Joshi with his wife, among others. All in all, it was an evening to remember.

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Hollywood enters Marathi industry

TNN | Feb 26, 2015, 10.57AM IST

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In a first, a production house from Hollywood has associated itself with a Marathi film starring actors Saurabh Gokhale and Smita Tambe.

The movie 'Paratu' has completed its shooting, according to a website. A report on the website marathimovieworld.com said, "Marathi films are going worldwide. Now, we find even Hollywood film makers taking interest in producing a Marathi film. East West Company which has produced many Hollywood films, including award winning films like 'Kundalini' and ' Together Forever', have now made a Marathi film 'Paratu' which is directed by an NRI Nitin Adsul, who has settled in USA for a long time."

Interestingly, another Marathi movie that has been the talk of the town has been acquired for distribution by a Hollywood studio. Chaitanya Tamhane's 'Court' will be distributed by Zeitgeist Film which has been associated with acclaimed director Christopher Nolan's film earlier.

The movie has been shot in Maharashtra and Rajasthan and is set between 1968 to 1985. It has been written by Clerk Mack Milliam, Nitin Adsul and Daryl Cocks. Shankar Mahadevan has composed the title track of the drama.
Apart from Saurabh and Smita, the movie features Kishore Kadam, Gayatri Deshmukh, Anshuman Vichare, Navnee Parihar, Raja Bundela, Ravi Bharatiya and child artiste Yash Pande in important roles.
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Gujarati celebs who love to cook

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The multitasking veteran is not only a singer but also a reputed, practicing Cosmetologist by day. But what nobody knows is that the singer cum doctor is a self confessed foodie and also tries his hand in the kitchen. He admits to making excellent chicken curry and more and loves to cook. 

celebs.jpg

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Janak Thakker is not your regular actor, he not only acts but also does his bit of civic activity and social service. Recently the actor was spotted distributing masks to prevent swine flu also.But the young man can also whip up a dream in the kitchen and says that he can cook a delicious Indian meal all by himself. 

celebs.jpg

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The TV host has been anchoring food shows for some years now and over the years developed a keen interest in cooking and food presentation also. She takes to social media to flaunt her amazing culinary skills and ensures that each dish she cooks is presented well and plated in a different and creative way! Kudos to that. 

celebs.jpg

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The girl with a silky, golden voice also happens to have a beautiful culinary side. She loves to bake and that is what she does when she's not singing. While her work is her passion, Shaili cooks on the side to let some steam off and makes delicious varieties of cakes and curries to please her family's palate. 

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62nd National Film Awards: Tamil movies bag eight honours

RELATED KEYWORDS: Tamil-movies|Singer-Unnikrishnan|Pride-of-Tamil-Cinema|62nd-National-Film-Awards
Kamini Mathai, TNN | Mar 24, 2015, 07.56PM IST

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CHENNAI: Several Tamil movies bagged honours at the 62nd National Film Awards announced on Tuesday.

Singer Unnikrishnan's daughter Uthra won the best female playback singer award for the song "Azhagu Azhagu" in the movie "Saivam."

It was penned by Na Muthukumar, who also won the best lyricist award. This is his second national award.

Vivek Harshan won for the best editor award for the Tamil gangster film "Jigarthanda."

Bobby Simha won best supporting actor award for his role in "Jigarthanda."

Dhananjeyan Govind got an award for the best writing on cinema for his book " Pride of Tamil Cinema."

Other award winners include: Producer J Sathish Kumar and director Brahmma (best Tamil movie - "Kuttram Kadithal") and director Manikandan (best children's film - "Kakka Muttai").

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