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With filmmakers going for literary classics as reference point, the question is—does a screen adaptation make these masterpieces more relatable? Manika Ahuja Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and ... Chandigarh Tribune, 3 weeks ago

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Regional actors who made an impact in Bollywood

Hindi cinema isn't the only avenue to find some of the finest actors and the most crush-worthy ones too. Actors who began their careers in regional language cinema have not only wowed the audiences in their regional language but have also made a ...
 FilmFare.com1 month ago

London Indian Film Festival Returns to Birmingham

Challenging stereotypes of India and South Asia, and wrestling with some very hard issues the 7th Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival returns to Birmingham this summer bringing with it a series of high profile actors and directors. The ...
 Asian Today1 month ago

Does Britney Spears Toxic Owe Its Unshakeable Melody To This Bollywood Song?

Toxic was one of the biggest hits of Britney Spears entire career and of early turn-of-the-century pop in general. The 2004 track was known for its undeniable hook and a earworm quality that meant even if you didn't like the song, it probably ...
 Dime Magazine1 month ago
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'Sairat' Director Nagraj Manjule Says Bollywood Has Taught Him More About What Not To Do!

Hindu Nagraj Manjule suddenly finds himself the claimant of the enviable position of being the director of one of the highest grossing Marathi films of all times. He denies being inspired by Bollywood love stories 'Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak' and 'Ek ...
 Indiatimes2 months ago Bollywood has taught me what not to do: Sairat director  Can India News2 months ago Sairat Director Nagraj Manjule Says Bollywood Has Taught Him More About What Not To Do  Indiatimes2 months ago Bollywood taught me what not to do: 'Sairat' director  The Statesman2 months ago
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'I've never said Sairat is a homage to Bollywood love stories'

'I knew Sairat would make an impact because its theme of inter-caste relationship and marriage connects with our entire country. I won’t pretend the success was unexpected.' Sairat director Nagraj Manjule basks in the film's success. Nagraj Manjule, who has films like Fandry and Pistulya to his credit, has given Marathi cinema its highest grossing film of all time. Sairat, a searing indictment of caste discrimination, stars two unknown faces (Akash Thosar and Rinku Rajguru).
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Why Bollywood should be scared of Marathi film 'Sairat'?

Mumbai, May 17 Bollywood, as we call the commercial Hindi cinema industry, should be scared, very scared, of Marathi cinema. After "Natsamrat" earlier this year, "Sairat" has broken all previous records to become the highest grossing Marathi film ...
 ProKerala.com2 months ago
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Star kids who followed moms

Actors like Saif Ali Khan and Mohnish Bahl didn't find cricket or the Indian Navy as enticing as the acting world. They chose to step into the shoes of different characters and face the arclights like their star mothers Sharmila Tagore and Nutan ...
 InToday2 months ago
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