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An Indian brick in the Great China Wall
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An Indian brick in the Great China Wall

Aseem Chhabra travels to China, where he is delighted to find, that there is a little bit of India, almost everywhere he goes. I was in the massive Forbidden City complex in Beijing last Friday when I noticed two men -- one white and the other black, dressed in dark suits. My instinct told me they were United States Secret Service. I turned to my companions -- Canadian Carole Lackey and her daughter Emily Clark -- and mentioned that some famous American was coming to The Forbidden City. Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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Notes from the desert: What it means to be a girl in Rajasthan

Seated in a Manhattan gallery, photographer Gauri Gill takes Aseem Chhabra through the decade-long journey behind Balika Mela and Jannat Gauri Gill has spent many years visiting and staying in Rajasthan. Often she would stay in the guesthouse of a non-governmental organisation called Urmul Setu Sansthan. And at one point the Delhi-based photographer thought about working on a photo essay about rural education, especially related to young girls. That was around 1999. "And then I sort of stumbled ...
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The superhero's father

By: Aseem Chhabra Bollywood is obsessed with defining its characters by their parents' identities and Krrish 3 follows suit. We are all created by our parents, one mother and one father. But then it depends on how much of our biography we carry ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago
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The exotic Indian American

By: Aseem Chhabra It is problematic if cool desi celebrities become a part of the party circuits in USA and then they are considered exotic. I found Waris Ahluwalia fascinating since I first saw him in Wes Anderson's The Life Aquatic With Steve ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago
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A small piece on SRK

By: Aseem Chhabra A profile of the actor in The Times of London puts him down without any reason or understanding of Bollywood. Catherine Nixey doesn't know much about India, its popular culture, Bollywood films and certainly not much about Shah ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago
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Rediff's Oscars 2014 Predictions

With the 86th Annual Academy Awards just a few days away, Rediff's critics -- Raja Sen, Aseem Chhabra, Sukanya Verma and Arthur J Pais -- are making their Oscar predictions! Agree with them? Here's YOUR TURN to predict!
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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The Top 12 Films at the Berlin Film Festival

Aseem Chhabra lists 12 of his favourite films from the recently concluded Berlin Film Festival.With approximately 400 films in various categories -- Competition, Panorama, the experimental but hugely popular Forum section, Generation (children's films), documentaries, restored classics and even a focus on cinema and food -- the Berlinale is a giant treasure box of movies. A first time visitor to the Berlin Film Festival can easily get lost as I did back in 2008. Now having completed my sixth ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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The American who made Tamil films

Filmmaker Karan Bali shares the fascinating story of Ellis Roderick Dungan with Aseem Chhabra. Ellis Roderick Dungan was born in 1908 in Ohio. After travelling to France where he learned photography, he attended the University of Southern California’s Cinematography and Motion Picture Production program. Then in 1935 Dungan came to India for a few months to make films with a friend. And quite by chance he started working in the Tamil film industry. He ended up staying back for over a ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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'We always wanted to come to America'

Bollywood’s biggest overseas event, the IIFA Awards, will be held in the US for the first time. Aseem Chhabra reports. It started off 15 years ago as a Bollywood awards event at London’s Millennium Dome. Since that year, the International Indian Film Awards has traveled around the world to cities like Macau, Singapore, Dubai, Toronto and Amsterdam. It will now be held for the first time in the United States, in Tampa Bay, Florida. On January 15, the IIFA organisers, Tampa ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Chetan Bhagat: I was asked to contest by all parties

'I wish I could find a party that could offer the best of the three parties,' best-selling novelist Chetan Bhagat tells Rediff.com's Aseem Chhabra in New York. And what is it that he wants to change in India, I asked Chetan Bhagat after we had spoken about 2 States, the film based on his bestseller, that releases this week. Also Read: Why Chetan Bhagat wrote 2 States "As most NRIs notice -- and I was an NRI also -- there is little liberal thought in India." "I want economic growth and liberal ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago
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