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“My aunt Chanda is a talented cook ... one of those people whose hands simply have the gift of turning out great food day after day.”
“King, also faced with injuries to top players Venus Williams and Monica Seles, brought in Chanda Rubin and Alexandra Stevenson to join Meghann Shaughnessy and Lisa Raymond on the team.”
“Justin Chanda, the publisher of Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, told The NYT:”
“Salutations to thee that art called Chanda, and Kunda; to thee that art the (universal) egg and also the bearer of the (universal) egg; to thee that art the holder of the ascetic's stick, to thee that hast ears everywhere, and to thee that art called Dandimunda!”
“Mark Spencer, a longtime trustee, called Chanda "dynamic.”
“While mourning his lost love, Dev comes across a prostitute called Chanda (Kalki) who lives life on the edge.”
“As Dev and Paro part ways, Chanda aka Chandramukhi (Kalki) enters the equation, and the film steadies into its triangular groove, rocking to an inverted, just-right climax.”
“Chandramukhi is 'Chanda', a young girl who becomes a prostitute after her own parents give up on her when she is caught in the web of an infamous MMS scandal.”
“Rai told Indiantelevision. com, "We, at Small Town Boy Productions, have completed the shooting of Chanda which is based on the story of a street girl.”
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