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Impressed by quality of films at Bengaluru International Film Festival: Kasaravalli
Deccan Chronicle

Impressed by quality of films at Bengaluru International Film ...

Mysuru: As the eight-day long Bengaluru International Film Fest, held for the first time simultaneously in Bengaluru and Mysuru, came to a close on Friday, noted filmmaker, Girish Kasarvalli lauded the quality of films shown. Calling the festival a ... Deccan Chronicle, 1 day ago
Bengaluru Intl. Film Fest ends tomorrow Star of Mysore, 2 days ago
Curtains fall on 8th Bengaluru Intl. Film Fest Star of Mysore, 13 hours ago
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Pre-censor copy leaks, K'taka film chamber to set up Anti-Piracy Cell

Bengaluru, Dec 22: A rattled Kannada movie director, Chaitanya approached the producer, Yogish to apprise that the pre-censor copy of his movie has been geniusly leaked to Torrents site. The producer complained to the police to no use as there ...
 Oneindia1 month ago

Proposed film policy fixes price ceiling on tickets

The new policy on Kannada films requires multiplexes to fix a uniform ticket price and compulsorily screen Kannada films at prime time, twice a day. The 14-member committee, headed by filmmaker and chairman of the Karnataka Chalanachitra Academy S V Rajendra ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
Times of India

Anti-superstition film not given certification

An anti-superstition film that is based on the teachings of the Vachanas has been deemed too sensitive towards religion by the Regional Censor Board in Bengaluru. The Regional Censor Board, in its note on the reason for refusal of certificate, says, ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Bengaluru civic body mulls over dedicated hoardings for movie posters

BENGALURU: What should be done to save city walls from film posters and banners? Give them dedicated hoarding space. This seems to be mantra of the civic body, which has stated preparing list of hoarding space in each of the 198 wards that can be ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
Times of India

Kendasampige sees 100 days at theatres

Suri's Kendasampige II Ginimari Case has become the latest Kannada film to complete a 100-day-run at the theatres. It follows in the footsteps of Mr & Mrs Ramachari, Krishna-Leela, Rangitaranga and Aatagara to hit the landmark this year. But it was ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Rediff.com

Karnad offers apology over remarks on Kempegowda

Under severe attack for his remarks that Bengaluru International airport should have been named after 18th century Mysore ruler Tipu Sultan rather than the city founder Kempegowda, Jnanpith awardee Girish Karnad today offered his apology. As he remained in ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Tipu controversy: Girish Karnad apologises  Rediff.com2 months ago

Sandalwood Pledges Close to Rs 60 Lakh for Chennai Floods

QUEENSROAD: The Kannada film industry has pledged `50 lakh towards relief for those affected by floods in Chennai. At a meeting on Friday, Sa Ra Govindu, president of Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce (KFCC), announced that the funds would be ...
 New Indian Express2 months ago

Convince Centre on Kalasa-Banduri, State told

Kannada film personalities on Friday demanded that the State government lead another all-party delegation to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and convince him to take steps for the amicable settlement of the Mahadayi river water dispute between Karnataka and ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
Rediff.com

How a school dropout built a Rs 60 crore business

From extreme poverty to building a company worth Rs 60 crore, Raja Nayak's incredible rags-to-riches story is an inspiration. At 17, Raja Nayak ran away from home. Like millions before him, he wanted to escape the punishing life that poverty inflicts on its victims. "I knew I had to earn money. I wanted to earn big money. That was my only focus then," Raja Nayak, 54, tells me as we settle down in his plush new office in Bengaluru for the interview. "I had realised as a young boy that it was ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago How this school dropout rose from the footpaths to helm Rs 60-cr businesses  Yourstory.in1 week ago
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