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'Partition: 1947' is all about humanity, love: Huma Qureshi
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'Partition: 1947' is all about humanity, love: Huma Qureshi

Bollywood actress Huma Qureshi said that her upcoming flick 'PartitionDuring the trailer launch of 'Partition: 1947,' Huma said, "Everyone is related to the partition through the experiences of their parents or grandparents and the moment you hear this word ... Business Standard, 3 weeks ago

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Huma Qureshi remembers late 'fine actor' Om Puri

Huma Qureshi remembers late Bollywood actor Om Puri as a "very fine actor."During the trailer launch of 'Partition: 1947,' the 30-year-old actress told media, "This is one of the last films of Om Puriji and he is playing the role of my father. I thank ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Arshad Warsi suffers knee injury

Actor Arshad Warsi has been hospitalised after suffering a "bad knee injury", he said on Wednesday. The 49-year-old actor on Wednesday tweeted a photograph showing a wall clock, and wrote: "My view this morning, had a bad knee injury yesterday, in the ...
 catchnews.com4 weeks ago
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Loev is a complex gay drama, the kind we rarely see

The real achievement of the film, which is now available worldwide on Netflix, is that it resists the temptations of the genre. It is an inspiring homage to life, gay or otherwise, and that which keeps us together and breaks us apart, says Vikram Johri. In 2002 came a new Fire in Indian cinema Loev, the Sudhanshu Saria-directed gay drama that released in 2015, is now available for worldwide streaming on Netflix. The story of three men, Jai (Shiv Pandit), Sahil (Dhruv Ganesh) and Alex ...
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12 Reasons Why We Love Madhuri

Happy birthday, Madhuri! More than 30 years ago, a microbiology student from suburban Mumbai graced the screen to play a young, puerile bride in a Rajshri film. But it's only when she danced to the beats of Ek do teen in Tezaab that everyone sat up and took notice. The screen was set on fire and a star was born: Madhuri Dixit would need no introduction again. Over the years, her magic and merit wowed fans and filmmakers, played muse to legendary painters and inspired flattering scripts ...
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