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An Indian brick in the Great China Wall

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., 2 weeks 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

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

Chetan Bhagat: Why I wrote 2 States

'When I wrote 2 States, people asked me why I was writing it. Ek Duuje Ke Liye was made many years ago. Hema Malini and Dharmendra got married and there is a dialogue in the film also.' Chetan Bhagat tells's Aseem Chhabra about the real reasons behind 2 States. For all the controversies he generates in his columns, from his random statements on Twitter (sometimes quite politically incorrect) and the fact that a large section of India's educated, liberal, intelligentsia do no care ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago

Wong Kar-Wai, Lootera, Ray and Kaushik

'It is near impossible to get taxis in Hong Kong during rush hour. Suddenly a Sikh gentleman walked up to Satish Kaushik. He had recognised the actor and, speaking in Punjabi, offered to get us a taxi. Within minutes, the Sardar had hailed a taxi and then, in what was the biggest surprise for me, he gave directions to the driver in Chinese.' Aseem Chhabra cooks some desi filmi flavours from his travels abroad.Last week, on my second day in Hong Kong, I suddenly got a sense of what it must mean ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

'Anurag Kashyap is a father figure. I am his rebel daughter'

'We are at an amazing stage now in terms of the kind of content that is being generated and the filmmakers who are unapologetic about what they make. They don't belong to film families.' 'So what Kaizad Gustad and Nagesh Kukunoor started -- at that time every year there would be one film. Then with Gulaal, Dev D, Khosla Ka Ghosla every three to four months, there would be a new film.''Now there is one film every month and turning the box office around. Films like Madras ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Box Office: Highway fares below average

Looking at the hits and misses of the week. Imtiaz Ali's Highway, which released last week, saw good box office collections in Delhi and Punjab, where portions of the film was set in. Still, on the whole, the film fared below average. The week's other release Darr@The Mall opened to a poor response.  Trade analyst Vinod Mirani gives us the box office verdict for the week. Highway Cast: Alia Bhatt, Randeep Hooda Director: Imtiaz Ali What works: Good story, amazing ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

'This is the second generation of my family that has gotten education'

Avinash Arun, winner of the Crystal Bear at Berlinale for his directorial debut, Killa, shares a fascinating life story with Aseem Chhabra. Killa, a small Marathi film made for children, made a splash at the Berlin International Film Festival this month. Directed by Avinash Arun, a 28-year-old graduate of the Film and Television Institute of India, it won the Crystal Bear for best film in the Generation Kplus category. The film also received a special mention by the International Generation ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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