The first time I saw a Sunny Leone film, I was blown away. Apart from the raging erection, I felt a sense of awe. An Indian woman in a typically Hollywood style pornographic movie. It was the stuff of pimple-popping, teen fantasies, and yet here it was in full HD glory. Sunny Leone has come a long way. From doing only lesbian porn to running a successful adult film company, to becoming the face of adult in Bollywood.
When the Aam Admi Party government was just two days old industries minister Satyendra Jain ruled that small and medium scale industries will no longer need a No Objection Certificate from the Pollution Control Board to operate in Delhi.
In April 2014 when the country was about to embark on a search for a new prime minister, Nitish Kumar tried to revive the Third Front. A potpourri of regional parties promising to offer an alternative to both the mainstream parties- Congress and BJP- Nitish felt that it was a realistic dream to harbor.
A class 7 boy of a reputed private school in Delhi was caught passing notes by his teachers. Nothing out of the ordinary, the teachers thought. Kids do that. But when they saw the notes they were left stunned. The note said:
Sheena Bora murder case is right there in the top five whodunits in India. On the face of it, the case is simple. Sheena Bora was killed by her mother (sister?) and step father over her relationship with a boy who can loosely be described as her step-brother. But once we explore the layers the murder mystery has more to it than meets the eye.
Eid and Diwali are the two big release windows for Bollywood. And it is one of the three Khans who invariably time a box office festival celebration. Salman Khan has managed something special though. On Eid he has managed to have a very Hindu celebration.
Delhi government has increased VAT on some items. Booze, smokes and CNG will all be costlier. They also hiked entertainment tax in the budget recently tabled in the assembly. Things are on the up in the national capital, but not the right way.