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About deadly wedding

On the verge of a marriage meltdown? Has handsome hubby become a total slob, while the blushing bride has become a snarling hound? Newly Wed, Nearly Dead is coming to the rescue. Couples that drive each other crazy receive a big dose of tough love from marriage expert Gary Direnfeld. Catch Newly Wed, Nearly Dead on Discovery Travel and Living, Sunday, May 31 at 8 pm.

Sneha’s dancing act

Sneha Wagh, the lead actress of Jyoti will soon be performing a dance sequence in her show.
When asked about the same, she said, “I am very excited about this dance performance. I am a dancer and I love to dance.”
Sneha is being trained by Habiba Rehman, one of the ace choreographers from the Bollywood industry.
According to her, “Habiba is a beautiful choreographer. She is very innovative. She has choreographed the sequence according to the requirement of the serial. During the start of the session, her assistants started teaching me but towards the end, only Habiba and I were left on the dance floor. And now Habiba is happy with me and I am happy with the dance.”

Story of ‘Bapu’

Sony Pix brings home Gandhi, an Academy award-winning movie
on Mohandas (Mahatma) Gandhi, directed by Sir Richard Attenborough.
The movie stars Sir Ben Kingsley in the lead role.
Both Ben and Richard won the Academy award for their distinguished work in the film.The film which swept eight Academy awards also stars Indian actors like Saeed Jaffrey, Alyque Padamsee and Amrish Puri.
The movie is a biography of Mahatma Gandhi, the lawyer who became the famed leader of the Indian revolts against the British through his philosophy of non-violence.
The movie airs on Sunday, May 31 at 9 pm.

Watch an enchanting entertainer

Catch the entertaining movie The Spiderwick Chronicle starring Hollywood heart throb
Nick Nolte and Freddie Highmore on HBO at 9 pmon May 30.
Upon moving into Spiderwick Estate with their mother, twin brothers Jared and Simon Grace along with their sister Mallory, are pulled into a world of fairies and mythical creatures, chronicled in a book by Arthur Spiderwick many years ago.
Things become extremely hairy when they learn that the ogre Mulgarath has designs of his own for Spiderwick Estate.