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SHOLAY’S VILLAIN GABBAR SINGH’S BACKSTORY
Bangalore. 7h January 2014 – Graphic India and Sholay Media and Entertainment announced today that for the first time, fans of the epic film SHOLAY will now get to experience a new graphic novel interpretation of the secret history of one of Indian cinemas most legendary pop-culture icon’s - Gabbar Singh.

Experience the comic book story that imagines the legend of Bollywood’s greatest cinematic villain, the infamous bandit, Gabbar Singh who has captivated audiences for ... Read More
Music of Singh Saheb The Great
Mumbai, Oct 28 (IANS) Singer Sonu Nigam, who turned into a composer with "Singh Saheb The Great", Monday unveiled the music of the Sunny Deol-starrer.
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Bihar's Sushil Kumar first to win Rs.5 crore on KBC-5
The fifth season of the game show Kaun Banega Crorepati has finally got its jackpot winner - Sushil Kumar from Bihar has won the mega prize of Rs 5 crore on the game show.

Sushil Kumar, a computer operator and tutor who earns Rs.6,000 per month, went on to win the top prize in the show hosted by megastar Amitabh Bachchan. The episode will be telecast November 2, 2011.

In the past, the first season of Kaun ... Read More
Cyril Dabydeen, Unanimous Night, Poetry. Black Moss Press: Ontario, Canada, 2009. $16.95.
Review by By Stan Persaud

Cyril Dabydeen’s new book, Unanimous Night, promises to garner further literary acclaim for Dabydeen. His poetry is “filled with the spirit of exploration, fused with the challenges of immigration and indignation at issues of political injustice,” says the publisher’s blurb, and “his language whisks the reader off in a whirlwind of iconic figures and exotic locations” as diverse as Guevara, Havana, Newfoundland, Shimla, New York, and Guyana. The epigraph juxtaposes iconic ... Read More




 
 
 
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