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Jeethu Joseph: Drishyam is not a copy
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Jeethu Joseph: Drishyam is not a copy

Ever since his film Drishyam became Malayalam cinema’s biggest blockbuster, writer-director Jeethu Joseph has been the target of attacks from several quarters. After the controversy over the film being inspired by a Japanese novel The Devotion of Suspect X by Keigo Higashino, Jeethu has now been accused by filmmaker Satish Paul of plagiarising his novel, Oru Mazhakkalathu. Paul, who directed a dud film titled Finger Print some years ago, has filed a case against Jeethu Joseph. Since the ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago

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Ajaz Khan lands a role in Nark

Serious Cop. Funny Cop. And a Flower Girl. That’s the cast in writer-turned-director Shagufta Rafique’s debut film entitled Nark: To Hell & Back. "It’s a very intense and serious dark story about a cop (played by Ali Fazal) and a flower-seller (played by Richa Chadha). The material was found to be so dark that a lighter character (played by Ajaz Khan) was brought into the narrative," says a source. Confirming this, Ajaz said, ...
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25 years of RGV's Shiva

Shiva, Ram Gopal Varma’s first film, has completed 25 years.  Originally made in Telugu in 1989, Shiva was later remade in Hindi in 1990. The raw energy of the film, Ilaiyaraja’s mesmerising music, Raghuvaran’s acting, the pairing of Nagarjuna and Amala and the realistic portrayal of the mafia in college politics, made the film a blockbuster. Shiva is considered a cult classic today.  An event was organised to celebrate the 25 years of Shiva at Annapoorna Seven Acres ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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'Mary Kom is my Mother India'

'Priyanka Chopra is a big star and taking her as a lead would ensure a great Friday opening because it’s a huge film,' Mary Kom director Omung Kumar tells Sonil Dedhia. “I am confident that Mary Kom will be loved by all the people who have doubts about the film,” Omung Kumar announces boldly, during an interview about his directorial debut, a biopic on Olympic champion Mary Kom. Omung began his career in television, and tried his hand in various things like modelling ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Priyanka Chopra: I am not confident about Mary Kom  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Review: Hi I'm Tony is just another thriller film

Hi I'm Tony tries to experiment, but it’s just another thriller that depends on its actors, blood and gore, says Paresh C Palicha. Lal has played a psychologically deviant character many a time since he made his acting debut as the Shakespearean villain Iago in Kaliyattam (1997), Jayaraaj’s adaptation of Othello. He attributes this casting to his rough looks and a voice to go with it. His son, director Lal Jr, has made use of this image by casting his father in his film Hi I'm ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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'Jungle Book' writer to pen 'Top Gun 2'

Los Angeles: Writer Justin Marks, the man behind Disney’s upcoming live-action version of “The Jungle Book”, is in talks with the makers of “Top Gun 2” to write the screenplay of the sequel to the 1980s classic.The film is to be ...
 IndiaTV News1 month ago

Happy Ending: Saif Ali Khan seems back in his ‘Hum Tum’ avatar (see pics)

New Delhi : Saif Ali Khan’s first look of much awaited ‘Happy Ending’ is out and it looks like a sure treat for his fans. The actor seems back in his nerd and quirky avatar. After carving a serious and dramatic persona in films like Race 2, ...
 IndiaTV News1 week ago
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'Pathshaala is a road film'

Mahi V Raghav has been an assistant director, producer, and is now director of a film. Since he is interested in story-telling, direction was on the cards. Mahi Raghav's maiden Telugu film Paathshala releases on October 10. The film is already creating a lot of buzz on the Internet. In a first for Telugu films, Mahi's directorial debut is a road movie.   In this exclusive interview, he discusses the making of Paathshala, its new cast, unusual marketing and so on. You were the ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Review: Haider may be Vishal Bhardwaj's best film

Vishal Bharadwaj's Haider is one of the most powerful political films we've ever made, a bonafide masterpiece that throbs with intensity and purpose, says Raja Sen.Something is rotten in the state two countries call their own. Not that we've really let that show on screen.Hindi cinema hasn't looked into Kashmir, preferring to gaze at it instead. Haider changes all that, with filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj probing into the valley nimbly and incisively -- we may, at this point, picture the director as ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

'Everyone wishes to make a good film'

Joy Mathew has become an indispensable part of Malayalam films. He appears as an important character in every second film. He has done 46 films in the last 16 months. That’s a terrific score for any actor, but it’s a special achievement for Joy as he made a comeback after 26 years! He was the protagonist in the path breaking film Amma Ariyan (1986) directed by the legendary filmmaker, John Abraham. In Njan, his latest film, directed by his friend Ranjith, which releases on September ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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