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I never desired to work with a star: Nagesh Kukunoor
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I never desired to work with a star: Nagesh Kukunoor

Except for working with John Abraham in 'Aashayein' (2010) and Akshay Kumar in '8x10 Tasveer' (2009) Nagesh has never worked with big stars. Commercially, both the films did not do well at the box office. "I don't have material that can appeal to a star. But ... Jagran Post, 2 weeks ago
Nagesh Kukunoor: I want to make a masala movie Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
Film review: Lakshmi Time Out Mumbai, 3 weeks ago

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Shibani Kashyap performs at a voter awareness event hosted by Niharika Rai in Delhi

Entranced route: The voter awareness event hosted by Niharika Rai, DC (East), saw performances by the band Astitva, Shibani Kashyap and the Nizami Brothers. Vijay Dev, chief electoral officer, Delhi, along with Ankur Garg, chief nodal officer, were ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Times of India

Shreyas Talpade gets busy as a producer

Shreyas Talpade has finished shooting for Marathi film Poshter Boyz, his first as an independent producer. Released under his banner, Affluence Movies Pvt. Ltd, the movie revolves around three men — from different age groups and backgrounds — ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
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Lakshmi Movie Review: 'Dark, Disturbing, Realistic and A Must Watch Film'

Expectations: Just before the rise of multiplex era a small film called, 'Hyderabad Blues' released. There were no known faces and yet the film was a hit and became a decent hit due to the new age type of Indian cinema attached to it. People loved this ...
 Moviez Adda3 weeks ago

'The girls were either sold or cheated or abducted'

Nagesh Kukunoor has always chosen to walk off the beaten track. It could be one of the reasons why his career has seen such ups and downs. While Iqbal and Dor were released to a phenomenal response, his next four films -- Bombay to Bangkok, Aashayein, Tasveer and Mod -- did not touch an answering chord with his audience. An undeterred Kukunoor now presents his newest baby, Lakshmi, which columnist Shobhaa De has already described as a gut-wrenching, must-see film.
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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