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Two simple words -- ‘Me Too’ have turned to be a powerful weapon for people to voice out, be loud and clear about sexual misconduct
Actor Ravi Teja reveals why he doesn’t like to talk much and shares more about his film journey during an exclusive interview
Poet, professor, gay, activist, writer - that’s Hoshang Merchant summed up for you
Ignoring the positive side of the coin, the superstitious world still believes the day as unlucky.
Actor Rahul Ravindran shares how he tried his luck in films and how intense his passion towards direction is
What do Hyderabadis think about the Supreme Court's temporary ban on the sale of firecrackers in Delhi-NCR?
Popularly known as the ‘Delhi man with eye tattoo’, Karan Sidhu is a tattoo artist who recently got his eyeball tattooed.
In a brief tête-à-tête, young hero Aadi Sai Kumar shares how Next Nuvve's plot differs from the original
A fresh controversy over Renu Desai’s recent comments stirs up an important debate
Asmita Marwa is a name that requires no introduction, not only in her hometown Hyderabad, but also across India and its burgeoning fashion industry
The migrant young population in Hyderabad has various opinions.
Actor Aadhi Pinisetty hopes to satisfy the actor within and the audience through his upcoming films
Kumari Suraj is a true trendsetter, with several consequential firsts to her credit
During the promotion of Raju Gari Gadhi 2, Nagarjuna says that the family is fortunate to have Samantha as their daughter-in-law
Many Bollywood celebrities like Kareena Kapoor Khan, Mira Rajput, Soha Ali Khan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan have also joined the club of working mothers.
Actor Sharwanand says that it was the script of the film which attracted him much
Women who moved to Hyderabad from other cities for work talk about how safe the city is or isn't, and why
Everything about Hyderabad is different when compared to Pujo celebrations in West Bengal, feel city-based Bengalis
'Le Bistro Chef' shares fond memories of his journey in a relatively difficult field and culinary challenges in the 90s.
Using dance as a therapy and a fun way to stay fit, Hyderabadis sure know how to assemble their interests