September 8th, 2009

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turning into a zombie

My sister and I were chatting yesterday and she told me that everyone loves me blond, so that I ought to dye my hair blond right away.  Maybe when my hair is longer, I'll do that, but right now, I really like this color.  :)

I already have October 10th planned.  I will be turning into a zombie that day.  The first transformation takes place at Carmen's as I'll need a set and style.  I'm hoping for a big and slick 1960's style.  I'm going to be a Star Trek red shirt...the ones who usually get killed off.  Perfect.  I'll probably paint my nails black during the set and finish with special effects makeup later that day.  I will NOT be video taping this.  Rather, anyone who wants to visit and chat with me while I have my hair done at Carmen's, is welcome.  Maybe you can get a set too...  :D 

I'll announce a time closer to October. 

Oops, I almost forgot to mention why I'm turning into a zombie!  Silly me.  Some friends requested my attendance at this years 2009 Zombie Pub Crawl.  More info at

So, if you see me there, feel free to join in!

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see Celia Cyanide's other videos and her in person

For all those Celia Cyanide fans out there, would you like to see her in her own films and meet her in person?  You're in luck!

Here's an invitation to a special film screening, which she said I could pass along to everyone.  Enjoy!

Silent-But-Deadly Productions Premiere Screening

Date: Sep 24, 2009

Time: 8:45 PM

Location: Riverview Theater

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Antara Mali bald for movie, Amol Palekar

This article was sent to me by my sweet darling sister in India.  Thank you!

(I can't get the photo to show, maybe somebody could google it).

Antara on life after marriage
<input ... > By Vickey Lalwani
Posted On Saturday, June 27, 2009 at 02:32:41 AM


Che Kurien and Antara Mali

Antara Mali is glowing. She and husband Che Kurien, editor of GQ magazine, are back from their honeymoon in New York. She said, “Che and I are very happy. But honestly, I used to think that I’ll never get married.”

Commenting on how nobody had the slightest inkling of the two being romantically involved, Antara said, “I have always been a private person. Frankly, I have known Che for seven years. We were very good friends. One fine day, he proposed.I had a gut feeling that Che was the right person and that I wanted to spend the rest of my life with him.”

Commenting on her hush hush wedding, she said, “It all happened very suddenly. We got married at my house (Nepean Sea Road). We only invited a few people who are close to us.”

In fact, Antara had told her father Jagdish Mali (photographer) not to speak about her marriage to anybody. “I had told my dad that he should keep his lips sealed. I had given him a half-hour lecture saying, ‘Koi bhi phone kare, kehna ki mujhe kuch bhi maalum nahin hai’.”

“I was shocked when your paper (Mumbai Mirror, June 14) reported that I had tied the knot,” she said from her new home at Colaba.

Meanwhile on the career front, Antara is making a comeback. Antara will be seen in Amol Palekar’s next film in which she sports a bald look and also mentor Ram Gopal Varma’s film for which she starts shooting in August.