|No match for
|RECENTLY the brand ambassador for RCB, Ramya Nambeesan, a South Indian actress, didn´t seem to be interested in watching her team take on KKR, as the actress was busy cozying up with her Swiss boyfriend. Glam doll Ramya finally kept her earlier promise of making the object of her affections public when she turned up at Chinnaswamy Stadium for the IPL match between RCB and KKR recently with her Swiss businessman-beau Robert Ruppercht. Ramya, who is brand ambassador for RCB, was seen witnessing the match and cozying up in the stands with Ruppercht. Although she was not seriously linked to anyone so far, the actress had said that...
|Tree of Life star Chastain
on fast lane to fame |
|JESSICA Chastain may be the busiest actress in Hollywood people haven´t heard of yet. With as many as half a dozen films rolling into theatres in the coming months, she´s about to become famous fast. A veteran stage actress, Chastain´s big-screen career has been largely on hold pattern, with only two of the 11 films she´s made in the past four years released so far. That changes recently as the Cannes Film Festival winner — Terrence Malick´s The Tree of Life, in which she co-stars with Brad Pitt and Sean Penn — opens theatrically after a long delay while the director continued to tinker with the film. Some of her other films, among them the Holocaust-revenge thriller...|
find feet in Bollywood |
|BORN in Chennai to an Icelandic father and Mangalorean mother, 21- year-old model Angela Jonsson believes that being half-Indian is no disadvantage in making it big in the Bollywood film industry any more. "I don´t think being a half-Indian impedes entry into Bollywood any more. In fact, I would like to believe that I have been blessed with the best of both worlds," Angela said. There was a time when half-Indians and foreigners were offered only typical roles, but the scenario has changed ever since experimental scripts have come into play, said the model. "Also, the industry has become open and encouraging to newcomers. Films with newcomers... |