Bollywood biggie Akshay Kumar tells Aseem Chhabra about his new co-star, explains his 70:30 equation of luck and hard work and why his next project may feature the first Gulf War. Akshay Kumar is at the top of his game. He has become such a big Bollywood star that he can demand whatever he wants -- a light work schedule, coupled with many breaks and vacations days. And yet he makes three to four films a year -- a mix of comedy, action and drama. On the eve of the August 8 release of his new ... Rediff.com, 6 days ago
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NaMo supporters in New York and New Jersey step out to celebrate the BJP's election victory, reports Aseem Chhabra. They chanted "Modi, Modi" in Times Square as Arnab Goswami's show was being projected on a giant screen along the western face of the One Times Square building, from where the giant crystal ball drops on New Year's Eve. Times Now was live broadcasting Goswami's show -- although there was no sound. But there was no shortage of noise. Construction crews were digging up just ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Filmmaker Nisha Pahuja, whose widely acclaimed documentary opens in Indian theatres on June 6, in conversation with Aseem Chhabra. Indo-Canadian documentary filmmaker Nisha Pahuja has examined post-liberalization India in different ways. Her award-winning film Bollywood Bound explored four young Canadians of Indian origin -- including a brother and sister, who are obsessed with India's popular Hindi language film industry. That obsession takes them to Mumbai where they go through intense acting ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
'A lot of people think violence is strong in my movies, but they aren’t actually seeing it.' 'Even the beheading scene in Gangs Of Wasseypur is not there. The camera is behind the person and all you see are his hands moving.' 'The imagination makes the audience think they actually saw the beheading and they are completely shaken by it.' Anurag Kashyap, in an exclusive interview. Anurag Kashyap recently attended the New York Indian Film Festival, where his film Ugly was ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
In between meditating in the Himalayas and attending prayer sessions, Khyentse Norbu finds time to make films that satisfy his creativity. Aseem Chhabra/Rediff.com finds what brings this recluse into the spotlight. Filmmaker and writer Khyentse Norbu (Dzongsar Jamyang Kheyntse Rinpoche) is a Buddhist lama, who has three films to his credit -- The Cup (1999), Travelers and Magicians (2003) and Vara: A Blessing (2013). The Cup is the story of young Tibetans based in Dharamsala, who want to watch ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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