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Manush Bhoot staged at Nandimukh Fest
Bangladesh Daily Star

Manush Bhoot staged at Nandimukh Fest

Theatre troupe Mangolik from India mesmerised Chittagong audience with their play Manush Bhoot on the second day of Nandimukh South Asian Theatre Fest. The comedy, directed by Samir Biswas based on the story of Syed Mustafa Siraz, was enjoyed by a ... Bangladesh Daily Star, 3 weeks ago
Indian Express

Alone Movie review: There's not much anyone can do

'Alone' movie review: Bipasha Basu starrer very quickly becomes a tussle between the scenes that want you to be scared and the sequences where you are supposed to slurp at all the eye candy: both the lead players are made to show acres of skin. ...
 Indian Express1 week ago Movie review: Alone'; Bipasha Basu starrer has a few horror scenes  Financial Express1 week ago Alone Movie Review: Horror Film Adds a Good Twist to a Routine Tale  India-West2 weeks ago
Times of India

Break ups, black magic, deaths and new entries rule prime time TV

Prime time TV soaps seem to be headed for some action-packed, nail-biting and tearjerking times. Here's what the soapy platter of Hindi GECs is offering to remote control junkies — deaths of the protagonists ( Balika Vadhu and Ek Rishta...), a ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Rediff.com

Review: Alone is better left that way

Alone is as good as a B-grade film, featuring several sequences that are very corny, says Paloma Sharma. The case in point today, ladies and gents, is a most unusual one. This pale-faced, pale-eyed being has been popping up on telly and cinema hall screens for a while now.  Let's have a look at her file, shall we?  Common Name: Bhoot, Sanjana, Anjana, Bipasha, Woh.  Latin Name: Homo Undeadus  Habitat: Old mansions, abandoned rooms, shallow graves, protagonist's ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

The M-World

devoured the Muslim social has now ironically initiated a new phase in the interpretation of the genre. In a bid to do something different, new Bollywood is keen on revisiting the old moods and genres with films like Dedh Ishqiya, Daawat-e-Ishq and ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
Epoch Times

The Ghost City of Bhangarh and the Curse of the Holy Man

The universe is full of mysteries that challenge our current knowledge. In "Beyond Science" Epoch Times collects stories about these strange phenomena to stimulate the imagination and open up previously undreamed of possibilities. Are they true? You ...
 Epoch Times1 month ago

I don't want to take selfies with Modi, but Im very keen to question him all the time

'I think there is the sense that both Mr Modi and Mr Shah are very, very strong individuals who you do not wish to rub the wrong way,' says Rajdeep Sardesai. New Delhi: Congratulations. I understand from your tweets that your book is doing ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago
FilmFare.com

Rocking 90s

Loud, exaggerated and endless fun. The 90s were a unique brandish of cinema. They played up to the gallery but at the same time, they charted new territory. Films like Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, Rangeela, Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! and many more ...
 FilmFare.com1 month ago
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