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Wanted To Know Her Better: Vidya Balan on Kamala Das Biopic

Why did Vidya opt for Kamala Das biopic

Actress Vidya Balan, who will be seen portraying Kamala Das, says the Indian-English writer was very progressive and she agreed to do this biopic because she wants to know her as a person. "Kamala was very progressive, she was very strong. I loved the script ... Santabanta, 3 weeks ago
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Anoop Menon to share screen with Vidya Balan in Aami

Director Kamal is pulling off a casting coup of sorts for his upcoming biopic on late writer Kamala Das, titled 'Aami', based on her nickname. After roping in Vidya Balan, Prithviraj and Murali Gopy, the latest we hear is that Anoop Menon has ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago Kamal's biopic on Kamala Das titled Aami  Times of India4 weeks ago Biopic on Kamala Das titled 'Aami'  India Glitz3 weeks ago

Vidya Balan takes voice coaching

Vidya Balan's biggest challenge is to look, sound and act like poetess Kamala Das. Vidya Balan, who had a lean year in 2015, is all set to strike big in 2016-17. One of her biggest challenges this year is to play the poet extraordinaire Kamala Das, in a movie that will be directed by eminent Malayalam director Kamal. The Kamala Das bio-pic, titled My Story, goes on the floors in September. It will see Vidya speak in Malayalam, English and Hindi. The ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Vidya Balan learning how to sound like Kamala Das  Deccan Chronicle2 months ago

Reema Das, an Assamese poetess in search of identity in her emotional poems

Reema Das, who is based in Tinsukia (Assam), is a remarkable Assamese poet writing in English for a long time and very popular on social media and online blogs. A lovely personality beaming with emotional dazzle and profundity of philosophic ...
 Meri News2 months ago

5 BJP members detained at Cuttack for showing black flag to Sanjay Das Burma

Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) squad members trying to load a street bull to a vehicle near PMG square during the ongoing cleaning drive against stray animals. CM Naveen Patnaik distributing Appointment Letters to 104 newly inducted ...
 Pragativadi1 week ago

New story

Prithviraj and Parvathy team up again for My Story Moideen and Kanchana will now be Jay and Tara, posted actor Prithviraj on his Facebook page, debuting the poster of his new film, My Story . After sizzling together on screen in Ennu Ninte ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
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Lights, camera, action

Murali Gopy talks about his role in 'Pa..Va' and his new, big-budget screenplays. Versatile Murali Gopy does not believe in a template. He enjoys breaking free of such constraints when it comes to his different roles in the industry as actor, ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

When stories cease being just fiction

As much as we wish they were faster, trains in India still trundle. So it was on one of those journeys when time was crawling that I eavesdropped on two young lads, tuning into their animated conversation. I had condescendingly presumed that the ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
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'Thriller genre is evolving'

Actor Vidya Balan, who has featured in thrillers like Kahaani and TE3N , says the genre is evolving. The National Award winner will soon be seen in the upcoming thriller Kahaani 2 , a sequel to the 2012 film Kahaani , co-written and directed by ...
 TheWeek2 weeks ago Thrillers Are 'Not Just About Bad Guys.' Vidya Balan Explains  NDTV2 weeks ago Vidya Balan: Thriller genre is evolving  Mid Day2 weeks ago Thriller genre is evolving, says Vidya Balan  ProKerala.com2 weeks ago

Fault in our speech

The writer is absolutely right in saying that the aesthetic or moral worth of a literary work cannot be a sound basis for protecting literature against vigilantism or official bans (The fault in our speech, July 7) While the Madras High Court ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
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