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Film screening: Kaagaz ke Phool

Guru Dutt's 1959 film, the largely autobiographical Kaagaz ke Phool, is one of Bollywood's classics. The movie is about how a successful film director, Suresh Sinha (Guru Dutt), makes a non-actor, Shanti (Waheeda Rahman), a star. His tumultuous ... The Hindu, 5 days ago

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Remembering R.D. Burman on his 77th birth anniversary

Fondly called Pancham, he inspired an entire generation of music lovers Which is your favourite R.D. Burman song? Most people born before 1990, and raised on a healthy diet of Bollywood music, will have more than a couple to name. There is at least ...
 Livemint.com1 day ago

Everyone's a poet

Kapil Sibal on turning lyricist, what poetry means to him, and being resolutely old-school It is now commonplace to see actors and artistes transition into the world of politics: Smriti Irani, the Union Human Resource Development Minister, is a ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Ultra Media & Entertainment's You Tube channels crosses 2 million subscribers and 2 billion views

Previous story: Nexans launches Solutions for 25G and 40G Ethernet in the Middle East Next story: Mumbai : Ultra across its 20 channels offers a wide variety of entertaining content across various genres to its visitors. Ranging from full live ...
 APN News1 week ago
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When Hollywood filmmakers took inspiration from Indian movies

Art and inspiration go hand in hand. It is impossible to create anything, let alone a story, out of the blue with no references whatsoever. Thus, it is inevitable that performances get re-performed, paintings get redrawn, and stories get retold.
 MSN News US1 month ago

Manmohan Desai and Hindi cinema's secularism!

The film-maker Manmohan Desai's father Kikubhai Desai owned Paramount Studios, which made films during the silent era. Kikubhai died young as a result of which the family's wealth diminished overnight. Kikubhai's son and Manmohan's elder brother ...
 DNA India1 month ago

Songwriter Shailendra's romance with death and a clash of cultures!

In his fine book, Light of the Universe: Essays on Hindustani Film Music , Ashraf Aziz contends that death was a steady theme in the songwriter Shailendra's work. Aziz states that many of Shailendra's songs such as Tu pyaar ka saagar hai ( Seema , ...
 DNA India1 month ago

My loyalty has to be with the script

The length of the role, the director, the genre: nothing counts for the talented actor. All that matters is a good film Manoj Bajpayee thinks that his upcoming film Traffic has the structure and screenplay of a middle-of-the-road film, and the ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

When Khayyam composed for 'Phir Subah Hogi' and a gem named Johnny Walker!

The composer Khayyam is one of the few musical legends alive from the golden period of the Hindi film song. Although Khayyam's 'Sham-e- gham ki kasam, which was sung by Talat Mehmood for Footpath (1953) gained immense popularity, it was only with ...
 DNA India1 month ago
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Prithvi@Dubai thrills audience

The five-day event, that closed Sunday, saw sold-out shows with Bollywood veterans Shabana Azmi and Naseeruddin Shah On Sunday, the first Prithvi Theatre festival to be held outside India came to an end at Ductac, Mall of the Emirates. Bollywood ...
 Gulf News1 month ago
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