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Pune International Film Festival is a ‘ghar wapsi’, says S...

Coming to the Pune International Film Festival (PIFF) where he was honoured for his outstanding contribution to Indian cinema has been a different ‘ghar wapsi’, veteran actor and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Shatrughan Sinha told reporters here on ... Times of India, 2 weeks ago
Libaas Outlook India, 1 month ago

Famous personalities who converted, and some who almost did

As the Indian political cauldron gets hotter with debates on religion, ghar wapsi, conversion and reconversion, here's a list of some famous personalities who converted, and some almost, to a different religion for reasons apolitical: Winston ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago
Financial Express

Ban demand for Aamir Khan's PK': BJP President Amit Shah sides with right-wing Hindu protesters?

Bajrang Dal activists detained for attempting to vandalize Pratap cinema screening Aamir Khan's PK movie in Vadodara. (Inset: Amit Shah; Express Photo By Bhupendra Rana) Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah was asked today about where ...
 Financial Express3 weeks ago After PK, now Bajrangi Bhaijaan: Will Salman Khan starer movie also face ire of Hindu outfits?  Oneindia3 weeks ago Amid the protests, Aamir Khan's PK goes tax free in Uttar Pradesh  India TV3 weeks ago Congress questions Modi's silence on PK protests  The Freepress Journal4 weeks ago

Painting is like 'ghar wapsi' for me: Amol Palekar

AHMEDABAD: He ruled the silver screen and gave blockbusters like 'Chhoti Si Baat', 'Gol Maal' and 'Naram Garam'. But when you ask Amol Palekar about his creative journey, the veteran actor says: "I started as a painter and will end as one." "In ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Painting is like ghar wapsi for me: Amol Palekar  Times of India3 weeks ago

From ghar wapsi to PK protests': Hindutva mob violence is terrorism by other means

The extolling of Nathuram Godse as well as the Sangh Parivar's menacing campaign on ghar wapsi and love jihad should persuade the Indian state to slot rightwing violence in the category of terrorism. Such a categorization hasn't happened due to ...
 Firstpost.com3 weeks ago From ghar wapsi to PK 'protests': Hindutva mob violence ...  Firstpost.com3 weeks ago

Kamal Haasan says Balachander donated talent to Tamil cinema

Kamal Haasan says Balachander donated talent to Tamil cinema Kamal Haasan says Balachander donated talent to Tamil cinema also read Kamal Haasan's 'Uttama Villain' tra... Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan, Nagarjuna to come toget... Rati Agnihotri: K.
 India TV3 weeks ago

Veteran comedian Deven Verma dies at 78

Mumbai: Deven Verma, who has won awards for his comic roles in 'Angoor', 'Chor Ke Ghar Chor' and 'Chori Mera Kaam', 'Andaz Apna Apna', passed away on Tuesday at 2am in Pune. According to reports, the veteran actor suffered a heart attack and a ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Comic Actor Deven Varma Dies at 78, Bollywood Stars Pay Tribute  India-West1 month ago Bollywood actor Deven Verma passes away in Pune  DNA India1 month ago Bollywood actor Deven Varma passes away in Pune  Business Standard India1 month ago

I am proud to be a BJP person: Censor board Chief Pahlaj Nihalani

Cinema Tuesday, Jan 20 , 2015,22:25 IST By metro vaartha A A A Mumbai/New Delhi | As questions were raised over several Censor Board members having BJP links, its new chief Pahlaj Nihalani, a film maker, today said he was proud ...
 MetroVaartha.com1 week ago
The Express Tribune

KU film thesis: Where the new wave begins

The future of Pakist­ani cinema lays in the hands of those who refuse to make excuse­s for substa­ndard filmma­king. The recent display testament to how the future of Pakistani cinema lays in the hands of those who refuse to make excuses ...
 The Express Tribune2 weeks ago
Bangalore Mirror

Actor who was an indispensable part of middle-class comedy

By: Trisa Gupta Deven Verma did several non-humorous roles: from his first cinematic appearance in Yash Chopra's Partition drama Dharamputra (1961), to playing Sharmila Tagore's proposed husband in Anupama (1966) and a mental asylum inmate in the ...
 Bangalore Mirror1 month ago
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