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Ranveer Singh wore a super subtle neon track suit at Gully Boy music launch. Just kidding | fashion and trends

Ranveer Singh went incognito, as he arrived at the Gully Boy music launch with actor Alia Bhatt in Mumbai on Thursday. Just kidding — he was in head-to-toe neon green. The Simmba actor wore a track suit in the electric shade and accessorised the outfit with an oversize metallic jacket ...

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Alia Bhatt’s bold skirt at Gully Boy music launch was made for parties | fashion and trends

Alia Bhatt’s bold skirt at Gully Boy music launch was made for parties | fashion and trends

Alia Bhatt has been making press appearances to promote her latest film, Gully Boy, with her co-star, Ranveer Singh. The Brahmastra actor has debuted a fresh set of stylish outfits already. With her Gully Boy promotions, not only is Alia Bhatt fuelling our anticipation for the fashion ahead, but she’s ...

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HT Palate Fest 2019: Day 1 highlights from the biggest food and music festival, Mumbai edition. See pics | more lifestyle

The first-ever edition of the HT Palate Fest has begun at Mahalaxmi Racecourse in Mumbai and promises a weekend of great food, fun and music with the pleasant temperature of Mumbai to give company. Taking place this weekend – January 19 and January 20 – Hindustan Times Palate Fest will ...

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Two days of stories, music and writing at Gurgaon Children’s Literature Festival | art and culture

Two days of stories, music and writing at Gurgaon Children’s Literature Festival | art and culture

Reading is essential for those who seek to rise above the ordinary,” said author Jim Rohn. And in an attempt to inculcate an interest in reading among children and parents, Gurgaon Children’s Literature Festival is back with its third edition. The fest will see interactive sessions by storyteller Deepa Kiran, ...

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Palate Fest 2019 schedule: If you love music and food, make sure you attend | more lifestyle

Palate Fest 2019 schedule: If you love music and food, make sure you attend | more lifestyle

January 19 and January 20 this year marks the annual Hindustan Times Palate Fest where food lovers and music aficionados congregate to try all kinds of cuisines, interact with their favourite chefs and enjoy some great music performances. This time the Palate Fest shall take place at the Mahalaxmi Racecourse, ...

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“If I was reborn as Donald Trump, I’d dye my hair black,” says, Simmba music composer, Tanishk Bagchi | brunch | feature

“If I was reborn as Donald Trump, I’d dye my hair black,” says, Simmba music composer, Tanishk Bagchi | brunch | feature

Date of birth: November 23 Sun Sign: Scorpio-Sagittarius cusp Place of birth: Kolkata School/college: The Frank Anthony Public School/ North City College, Kolkata First break: Banno Tera Swagger (Tanu Weds Manu, 2015) High point of your life: Receiving the IIFA for Best Music for Badrinath Ki Dulhania last year Low ...

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A festival where legends of music and dance come together on one stage | art and culture

A festival where legends of music and dance come together on one stage | art and culture

There are certain events that define the Capital’s cultural calendar so well that aficionados wait for them throughout the year. One such celebration of Indian classical arts is Swami Haridas Tansen Sangeet Nritya Mahotsav. This year will mark the 18th edition of this festival that is known for the performances ...

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What’s cooking at Chennai’s music sabha canteens?

What’s cooking at Chennai's music sabha canteens?

It’s Marghazi, the season of music and excellent filter coffee. As always the kutcheris spill over into the lively sabha canteens. Drop in any time of day, and watch women draped in vibrant Kanjivarams and diamonds sharing tables with curious backpackers. Or elderly concert veterans explaining the intricacies of a ...

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Of music, heritage and legacy: Why you must visit Gwalior | travel

Who could better understand the dichotomy of long life than these fort walls of Gwalior! They have stood there for centuries, celebrating the glories and suffering the falls. They have witnessed many a love story blossom within their wombs, reverberated with the best of music, and cried at their helplessness ...

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Let the Music Flow | Lifestyle News, The Indian Express

Worldservice Project (James Drew Turner) Written by Sahana IyerIntense beats, groovy music and irreverent humour are what characterised London-based punk-jazz band Worldservice Project’s set at the NH7 Weekender in Pune last weekend. The five-member band — Dave Morecroft, composer, keyboardist and vocalist; Tim Ower, saxophone player; Raphael Clarkson, trombone player and ...

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