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Blessed to have lived in the times of Daniel Day-Lewis
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Blessed to have lived in the times of Daniel Day-Lewis

'He has given us a history, a heritage that we can share with generations to come,' says Aseem Chhabra. IMAGE: Gordon Warnecke and Daniel Day-Lewis, right, in Stephen Frears' My Beautiful Laundrette. In the spring of 1986, I drove to the Beverly Centre mall in Beverly Hills to see a small indie British film My Beautiful Laundrette. I had heard it was a gay story about the romance between a Pakistani man and his British friend from school. The script was written by a Pakistani-British author ... Rediff.com, 20 hours ago

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Spotted: Daler Mehndi in Delhi

Reader Mona Goyal sent us a picture of Aseem Garg with Daler Mehndi at Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi. Click here to see other stars spotted!   If you encounter/meet/see film or television personalities and take a photograph or a video of the star(s), mail us your pictures at moviesdesk@rediff.co.in Or, upload the picture on ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Vinod Khanna: An actor with a touch of sadness

Aseem Chhabra sensed an internal turmoil in Vinod Khanna which sometimes showed the moody person on screen. When I think of Vinod Khanna, I am reminded of his quiet brooding persona, the unemployed young man in Gulzar's Mere Apne (1971) -- left -- lip-synching to Kishore Kumar's song Koi Hota Jisko Apna. He was tall and handsome, carrying the weight of heartbreak on his shoulders, his face. He did not have a lot to do in that song, other than to project that tragedy, the loss that had led him ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Goodbye Regal Theatre. Thank you for the memories

'I know all good things have to end someday. But memories, especially film memories are special,' says Aseem Chhabra. In 1971, director Samir Ganguly's Sharmeelee opened in theatres across India. Raakhee played a double role of twin sisters. Only a few films old at the time, Raakhee was on the verge of becoming a star. But the film had a bigger star -- Shashi Kapoor -- and I was a fan of his. I wanted to see Sharmeelee for its songs and romance, but I knew my mother would not let me see a film ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

L'Oréal India appoints Aseem Kaushik as Director, Consumer Production Division

The brand has also elevated D.P Sharma as general manager, professional products division.
 Afaqs2 months ago

Modern Foods eyeing for local bakeries

Modern Food Enterprises (MFEL) is looking at acquiring local bakeries in order to expand its reach as well as to achieve its revenue target by 2021. "We are aiming to achieve revenues of Rs 1,000 crore by 2021, compared with around Rs 270 crore currently.
 Deccan Herald10 hours ago Modern Food plans to re-enter Delhi market in next one year  Business Standard18 hours ago Modern to foray into non-bread categories  Business Standard1 month ago Modern Food eyes 25% revenue growth in FY17  Business Standard1 month ago
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Tubelight Review: Salman doesn't seem to be having fun

'How can you blame poor Kabir Khan for the Tubelight fiasco?''We know that his Job Description expects him to work below full capacity, to sell his soul, and we know his SOP-sheet has the title: Design the next Salman Khan Project.'Sreehari Nair sees through Kabir Khan's cunning. Kabir Khan strongly believes that solemnity exists only in the mountains -- like in Bajrangi Bhaijaan, he begins his latest picture with an earnest shot of the mountains. The rhythms of the shots are eerily alike, as ...
 Rediff.com18 hours ago

Tubelight Review: Salman tries to be cute, too hard

If Tubelight had a real story and wasn't just flip-flopping between monotonous episodes of fluky coincidences treated like divine intervention and cursory battle scenes devoid of danger, urgency or tension, it might have earned some points for heft and affability, feels Sukanya Verma. Salman Khan as a wide-eyed, pure-hearted paragon of virtue alongside a knee-high angel made for some heartrending drama in Kabir Khan's Bajrangi Bhaijaan. The director recreates this imagery to make a case for ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago
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Box Office: Bank Chor, Phullu fare below average

The hits and misses of the week. Last week's releases Bank Chor and Phullu fared below average. Lack of promotion, among many things, led to poor box office awareness among moviegoers. Trade analyst Vinod Mirani gives us his weekly verdict.   Bank Chor Cast: Riteish Deshmukh, Vivek Oberoi, Rhea ChakrabortyDirector: BumpyWhat works: Good performances from the lead cast.What doesn't: Lame humour, glaring loopholes in the script.Number of weeks: New.Box Office verdict: Below ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago

“Om Puri ji has a big and BEAUTIFUL role in Tubelight” - Salman Khan

Salman Khan is an icon. At any point of time there are thousands of fans waiting to get a glimpse of him. But when you meet him, he’s an absolutely simple man who’s extremely approachable and makes sure that you’re at ease in his enormous presence. He ...
 Bollywood Hungama1 week ago
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