Actress Kangana Ranaut feels the future of cinema lies in making short films for the digital medium. At the launch of Shirish Kunder's short film "Kriti", Kangana said: "It's hard to make a short film. I myself have made a short film ('The Touch') ... Radio City, 2 months ago
Changing times: Internet movies are the future - The Express Tribune, 2 months ago
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By Gautaman Bhaskaran Star spats are not exactly new in India, which has even seen celebrated auteurs getting into slanging matches. The mid-1960s saw the famous rivalry between two of India's leading lights in cinema, Satyajit Ray and Mrinal ...Gulf Times, 3 weeks ago Seven Southern Films That Reminisce About the Battle for Free India News18.com, 1 week ago Seven Southern films about the battle for free India MSN News US, 1 week ago The case for investing in Indian property Q8DailyNews, 1 month ago
This year's SFF includes some quality Indian elements The recently concluded 63rd Sydney Film Festival screened 12 movies in its Competition section, each vying for the $63,000 Sydney Film Prize. The official Competition Jury judged the Brazilian ...Indian News Link, 2 months ago A new script for screenwriters The Hindu, 3 weeks ago Media Release: Emerging screenwriting talent selected to develop original screenplays Allmediascotland, 1 month ago
Introduction If there ever was a defining voice for the golden era of Indian cinema then it had to be that of Kishore Kumar. Touching hearts and minds across generations, Abhas Kumar Ganguly or Kishore Da as he was affectionately known had a ...CarTrade.com, 3 weeks ago
Should Salman Khan retire Sultan? With box office collections of Rs 556.55 cr, India's No. 2 movie must go
For Salman Khan's Sultan, the writing is on the wall, mat, if you think that is more appropriate. The movie has been in cinemas for as long as 21 days having been first released on July 6 (the time-span we have the data for) and now it is definitely ...Financial Express, 1 month ago Sultan box office collections: Salman Khan starrer No. 2 in India; Will Aamir Khan's Dangal fail to wrest it back? Financial Express, 1 month ago A Sultan sneak peek: Top 10 key takeaways in Salman Khan starrer Financial Express, 1 month ago
The future of the only state-backed circus academy in Kerala now hinges on gymnastics. India's first and only state-supported circus academy at Palayad here is on the verge of dismantling its big top. Its sole remaining student, 15-year-old ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
By Sudha G Tilak Released last Friday across some 12,000 cinemas across India to maniacal glee and celebratory fanfare to beat all celebratory fanfares, Rajinikanth's latest movie, Kabali, has been already tut-tutted by many critics for its lack ...Economic Times, 1 month ago
Bollywood, being the heart of Indian cinema has not only produced many legendary actors, writers and poets but also has delivered great inspiration to youngsters looking forward for a bright future in the cinema field.Silicon India, 1 month ago Indore-based BollyWoo is all set to woo cinema fans with its new shopping concept Yourstory.in, 1 month ago Farhan Akhtar: No rock star antics Gulf News, 2 weeks ago
Previous story: Are you boss material? Next story: Google puts the spotlight on Indian Cinema Search experiences The Stellenbosch Municipality and Aurecon have partnered together in adopting the Bergzicht Market Trees in support of the ...APN News, 2 months ago
Much as we'd like it to, all hasn't changed.In our country, the revolution must be polite and careful not to offend.Still, Raja Sen assures, there is hope. The masterful Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi once used a fine analogy to describe the shapeshifting state of censorship in his country: 'The restrictions and censorship in Iran are a bit like the British weather: One day it's sunny, the next day it's raining. You just have to hope you walk out into the sunshine.' In India, things are ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago Focus: Censoring creativity Gulf News, 2 months ago
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