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PIX: Priyanka watches Baywatch with Zac Efron
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PIX: Priyanka watches Baywatch with Zac Efron

The Bollywood diva will be playing the villain in her Hollywood debut. The Cinema Society hosted a screening of the upcoming Hollywood film, Baywatch, in New York City.  A look at the pictures: Priyanka Chopra pairs her silver shimmer dress with a olive green jacket. Zac Efron is all suited up for the screening. Actress Ilfenesh Hadera adds a dash of black to her white outfit. Actress and model Kelly Rohrbach strikes a pose. Red hot Alexandra Daddario. She was ... Rediff.com, 4 days ago

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Coimbatore DCP blames misogynistic cinema for violence against women

Blaming misogynistic cinema for rising violence against women in Indian society, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Law and order) Coimbatore, S on Thursday appealed to filmmakers to stop promoting violence in their films.
 DNA3 weeks ago

Cinema should not have the responsibility of changing society: Actor Richa Chadha

Off screen, she is a vociferous campaigner against sexual abuse and gender discrimination. But when on screen, acclaimed performer Richa Chadha doesn't want the "burden" of imparting social messages, a responsibility she says belongs to political leaders."I ...
 Prokerala2 months ago

CFSI to popularise children's films among school students

In an effort to raise awareness about good cinema among students in urban and rural areas, the Children Film Society of India is arranging special screening of selected classics in government-aided institutions. A CFSI spokesman said that as part of the ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Judged Arjun due to his cinema background: Mohit Suri

Filmmaker Mohit Suri says before he started working with Arjun Kapoor on "Half Girlfriend", he had a preconceived notion that the actor's journey in Bollywood was easy as he came from a film family. "I hadn't finished my script (of 'Half Girlfriend') when ...
 Business Standard1 week ago
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Man goes on rampage at cinema hall, destroys over 10 vehicles

Anchal: A 41-year-old man, who came to watch movie at a theatre here, destroyed more than 10 vehicles parked on the premises and damaged glass walls and gate of the theatre following an altercation with the security staff. Police arrested Biju, a native of ...
 Mathrubhumi2 weeks ago
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Raveena Tandon says, Intention behind 'Maatr' is not commercial success

Bollywood actress Raveena Tandon, whose next film 'Maatr' deals with crime against women in society, says the clear intention behind making the film is to create awareness among the audience. Speaking here at the trailer launch of the film, Raveena said: ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Films very important medium of communication: Shabana Azmi

Veteran actress and social activist Shabana Azmi says change should be reflected through mainstream cinema as films are a vital medium of communication."Films are a very important medium of communication and I do think if change is to happen in society, then ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

Forget La La Land – best foreign language Oscar nominees show the true diversity of cinema

A marriage on the rocks in Iran, a prankster German father and a grumpy old Swede. Landmines in Denmark and a love story in Vanuatu. These stories are all vying for the same prize: that of Best Foreign Language Film at the 89th Academy Awards. Maren ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

ScreenSavour: The forgotten trailblazer

There was a time in Indian mainstream cinema when the heroine and the vamp were two distinct characters, embodying two incompatible value systems. The heroine would invariably be clad in a sari, pure and virginal, who, even if she was drenched in a wet sari ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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