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Emraan Hashmi thanks all for Tigers response
Indian Express

Emraan 'thanks' fans for 'Tigers' response

Directed by Danis Tanovic 'Tigers', the film was screened at the London Indian Film Festival last month. Emraan shared on micro-blogging website Twitter that he would keep everyone posted on the exact release date in India. "Thank you all for the support and ... Jagran Post, 2 days ago
Emraan Hashmi thanks his fans for supporting Tigers Bollywood Hungama, 2 days ago
Emraan Hashmi thanks all for Tigers response Indian Express, 3 days ago

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31st October to be screened at Sikh International Film Festival and Vancouver International Film Festival

Previous story: Inconwith Flags off Solar Performance Conference India 2015 Next story: After the world premiere at the London Indian Film Festival, Harry Sachdeva and Magical Dreams Productions Pvt Ltd's 31st October will be screened at the ...
 APN News3 days ago '31 st October' gains popularity at International film fests  Sakaal Times4 days ago 31st October  Times of India1 month ago
Millennium Post

Of dying gentlemen, tigers and monsoons

While working for the London Indian Film Festival, the writer discovered three sterling films with a South Asian connect I wear so many hats these days that I could well be a milliner. One of the several I sport is that of a programmer for the ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Angry Indian Goddesses to premiere at Toronto  Millennium Post1 week ago A timeless benchmark  Deccan Herald5 days ago Vir Das scripting a comedy now  Times of India1 month ago
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Firstpost.com

Mani Ratnam wins Icon award at London Indian Film Festival

London: Acclaimed Indian film director Mani Ratnam, known for his films like "Roja", "Bombay" and "Dil Se", has won the Icon award at the Bagri Foundation London Film Festival for his outstanding contribution to cinema. Receiving the award at the ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago Dealing with morality in a changing India: Mani Ratnam ...  Firstpost.com1 week ago Icon award to Mani Ratnam by LIFF  Samaylive1 month ago Mani Ratnam presented with Icon award at London Indian Film Festival  DNA1 month ago
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Vir Das writes his first film script

for the screening of his forthcoming film "31st October" at the London Indian Film Festival, wrote a film script for the first time on an almost 100-year-old typewriter. The script is a comedy based on an Indian family. "My company Weirdass Comedy will ...
 Business Standard1 month ago What made Vir Das buy 100 year old typewriter used in World War 2?  Glamsham1 month ago Film industry helped me evolve: Manish Malhotra  Mangalorean1 month ago '31 October' to be screened at London Film Festival  HT Syndication1 month ago
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Indiatimes

Bangalore girl's documentary on aspirations of deaf-mute kids goes international

Goonj, will also be screened during the London Indian Film Festival on July 21 after being officially selected for the Satyajit Ray Foundation Short Film Competition.
 DNA1 month ago Bengaluru Girl's Film 'Goonj' About A Deaf And Mute Girl Makes It To London Indian Film Festival  Indiatimes1 month ago Bengaluru girl's movie makes it to the top 10 at London Indian Film Festival  Bangalore Mirror1 month ago Bengaluru Girls Film Goonj About A Deaf And Mute Girl Makes It To London Indian Film Festival  Indiatimes1 month ago
Millennium Post

London

Film lovers in the UK are in for a treat this summer with the Bagri Foundation Indian Film Festival returning for the sixth straight year from 16-23 July. Bagri Foundation happens to be a charity whose aims include the advancement of literacy, ...
 The Statesman1 month ago Bengali talent set to take London by storm  Millennium Post2 months ago
Hindustan Times

Saari Raat, Umrika and more: Indian films at London film fest

Filmmaker Aparna Sen's debut Hindi film, Saari Raat, will premiere at the 6th London Indian Film Festival (LIFF), which will be held from July 16 to 25. The film, which stars Sen's daughter, National Award-winning actor Konkona Sen Sharma, is ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
Abu Dhabi National

Documentary film Death of a Gentleman hits on bigger story than just cricket

The 10-day London Indian Film Festival begins on Thursday and closes with a documentary that begins by asking if Test cricket is still a sport relevant to today's satellite television audiences. Death of a Gentleman sets out to explore the effects ...
 Abu Dhabi National1 month ago Watch: N Srinivasan stars in cricket documentary  Deccan Chronicle2 months ago Gentleman's game dying?  Bangalore Mirror2 months ago Documentary raises questions about cricket's future  Sify2 months ago
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'Umrika' to open Bagri Foundation London Indian Film festival

From H S Rao London, Jun 16 (PTI)?Indian filmmaker Prashant Nair's "Umrika", starring Prateik Babbar, "Life of Pi" actor Suraj Sharma and Tony Revolori of "The Grand Budapest Hotel" fame, will kick off the upcoming sixth edition of the Bagri ...
 Press Trust of India2 months ago 'Umrika' to open Bagri Foundation  Press Trust of India2 months ago
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