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16:48, 1 OCT 2013
Bollywood: Aamir Khan takes a back seat in wife's debut film
Our man in Mumbai, DEVANSH PATEL, meets India's finest actor to discuss his performance in his wife Kiran Rao's debut feature
Bollywood: Revisiting a forgotten piece of India's history
Our man in Mumbai DEVANSH PATEL meets an actor with 'a firm grip, a level gaze and an unimaginable acting prowess, Abhishek Bachchan.
The kids are all right (15)
Bening and Moore give Oscar-worthy performances in this emotional rollercoaster, writes DAMON SMITH
Harrow Council highly commended at 'Oscars'
HARROW Council has been highly commended at the local government equivalent of the Oscars.
Darren gets hairdressing 'oscar' from Dermot O'Leary
A PINNER hairdresser beat off a host of talented competition to win the Avant Garde title at the 25th British Hairdressing Awards on Monday night.
So close to a windaloo for restaurant
A SURBITON restaurant is beating the recession and celebrating coming close to winning the British Curry Awards.
Southall curry house is tops with Sir Trevor
Sir Trevor McDonald was the host and David Cameron among the guests as Brilliant Restaurant in Southall scooped a hat-trick at The British Curry Awards.
Bollywood: Fitting tribute to the father of indian film
Harishchandrachi Factory, a masterpiece directed by Paresh Mokashi, is a definite Oscar and Bafta winner,writes DEVANSH PATEL in this world exclusive review
Countess of Wessex crowns Feltham chef
SHE may have expected Sir Alan Sugar or Gordon Ramsey but a Feltham teenager got a royal reception when she was crowned the nation's best apprentice chef.
Bollywood: Big B lauds Feroz
In looking forward to the annual International Indian Film Academy Awards, the industry paused to look back at the passing of a cinema legend.
Bollywood: heaven is in your imagination
Heralded as the most creative director working on social issues affecting women - both past and present - Canadian-based Deepa Mehta is the mastermind behind films such as the trilogy Fire, Earth and Water.
Bollywood: 'This is not just an award - it's history'
After winning three BAFTAs and five Golden Globe awards, Slumdog Millionaire swept the board at the Oscars on Saturday night, picking up eight more golden trophies.
Slumdog Millionaire starring Harrow's Dev Patel wins eight Oscars
Slumdog Millionaire starring Harrow's Dev Patel swept the board at the Oscars, scooping eight awards.
Bollywood: Top dog at last
In this world exclusive interview just hours after the BAFTAs, a euphoric Anil Kapoor talks to Devansh Patel about his best awards night experience ever,dining with Clint Eastwood, and why he thinks that Slumdog Millionaire is truly a Bollywood film
Bollywood Latest: Rajniesh Duggall insists he should have been nominated for Star Awards
Devansh Patel was invited for coffee and cookies at Rajniesh Duggall's Mumbai residence for another exclusive interview on Phhir and the Star Awards
Bollywood: The next wave of new talent
Rajniesh Duggall has a strong connection with the UK. His wife is a LSE graduate and his first two films were shot here.
Bollywood: Slumming it up in Hollywood
After the successful screening of Danny Boyle's Slumdog Millionaire at this year's London Film Festival, Devansh Patel brings you an exclusive interview with Bollywood actor
US election looms - but where will you watch it?
Americans go to the polls tomorrow (Nov 4) in what is billed as a generation-defining election.
Dizz-e new heights
DISNEY Pixar have once again out done themselves by raising the bar in this out-of-this-world CG animation masterpiece.
Disney Pixar have once again out done themselves by raising the bar in this out-of-this-world CG animation masterpiece.
Bachchans on tour
IN my four years of writing about Bollywood, I've never come across a film that has been hyped so much, and not just because it's a film starring the Bachchans.
Flats for historic hall
Long gone are the days when Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn slept in its bedrooms, and hundreds of camera crews trod its grounds.
Bollywood: Why are we missing out?
This new college romance is produced by the most successful actor of the Indian film industry, Aamir Khan, along with Mansoor Khan, who directed Aamir way back in 1988 in his first film, Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak.