Recent Event Highlights: The Tradition of Playing Cards in Diwali, the Festival of Lights in India, Indians look for Diwali SMSs, e-cards, and 3 more...
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...luck there. During the festival days of Diwali, people invite friends and relatives to play cards at home. Playing cards in Diwali reflects both the tradition and modernity, which is extremely popular during the festival days. Diwali is really a festival rich...
...one. With test messages becoming more and more cheaper, search is on for entertaining and innovative SMS messages, greeting cards as well as Diwali wallpapers to send them as a message of happiness and prosperity. As internet has...
Bollywood is preparing for what is historically its most lucrative period of the year with a string of big budget releases, hoping to end 2009 on a high after a disappointing 12 months. Like the Christmas period for Hollywood, the run-up to the Hindu festival of lights, Diwali, on October 17 is seen as a banker for Bollywood as many Indians are on holiday and looking to be entertained. A glut of new films are due out as the 2.3-billion-dollar Hindi-language movie business looks to recover from a multiplex cinema boycott, swine flu fears that forced some theatres to close, and a series of expensive flops. Trade analyst Komal Nahta predicted "good times" for the industry over the next three months. "About seven billion rupees (145 million dollars) is at stake for Bollywood in the last quarter, as there are nearly two dozen films releasing by December," he said. But others, like the director of Shemaroo Films, Hiren Gada, were sceptical about whether the new releases, some made for up to 900 million rupees, can recoup their outgoings. He told the Sunday Business Standard the stakes were "extremely high for both producers and distributors as it is the first festive season in several years where over half-a-dozen very big films are scheduled for release". One unnamed analyst also told the newspaper that the films were "far too costly" and even if they do well, they may fall short of the investment put in. Big budget films like the Warner Bros. co-production "Chandni Chowk To ...
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...we have also moved to ecards,” said Wipro Technologies director (global brands) Rahul K. The corporate gifting season starts from Diwali and reaches its peak around Christmas-New Year. “Corporates have started pruning their gift budgets from Diwali, when...
Times of India