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Kunal Kapoor's love affair with Shakespeare to continue in his next!
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Kunal Kapoor's love affair with Shakespeare to continue in his...

Kunal Kapoor's love affair with Shakespeare seems set to continue. After a total body transformation to play the anti hero Macbeth in the trilingual Veeram, Kunal is all set to visit the world of Shakespeare again, but albeit with a completely contrasting ... DNA, 5 days ago
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Needed to become voluptuous for 'Veeram': Divinaa

Actress Divinaa Thackur says she was required to gain weight and look voluptuous to play her part in this week's Malayalam release "Veeram", an adaptation of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth".In the film, which also stars Kunal Kapoor, she plays Kuttimani, "a ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

Soumitra, Shakespeare and a decades long love affair

"Give back 50 years of my life, for I want to play Hamlet," says octogenarian thespian SoumitraAChatterjee, who still harbours a desire to portray Macbeth and yearns for a second stint as King Lear on stage.Revered as a cultural icon in Bengal, and known to ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

Banquo’s ghost returns

Some ghosts never disappear altogether and come back to haunt those who were involved in resurrecting them from their places or rest. Macbeth found this out most poignantly in Shakespeare’s immortal play by the same name, and ultimately the ghost from the ...
 Kangla Times1 month ago

Patrick Stewart Is Taking On His Crappiest Role Yet

&& Patrick Stewart’s latest role is not to be sniffed at. The legendary English actor will voice the character of Poop ― the poo emoji ― in the upcoming “ The Emoji Movie .” Sony Pictures announced the news via Twitter on Wednesday: He ...
 Huffington Post2 months ago
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Vishal Bhardwaj flies down Norway-based choreographer for Rangoon

Known to put his heart and soul into every project, filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj recently accomplished his dream of making the Shakespeare trilogy in Hindi ( Maqbool - Macbeth, Omkara - Othello, Haider - Hamlet). Now the filmmaker is gearing up for a period ...
 Bollywood Hungama2 months ago
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The BEST Films of Om Puri

Among the finest Indian actors, voices and smiles to grace the stage and screen, Om Puri’s uniqueness, always so fluid and natural, cannot be summed up in a few words, feels Sukanya Verma. Only few days ago, I was quoting Om Puri from Kundan Shah’s Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron.  It all began with having a good laugh over the feisty little nephew’s treatment of a toy archery set and my recollection of the 1983 classic’s hilarious Mahabharata parody wherein, among many ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago 5 Om Puri movies that teach you about love, life & struggle  catchnews.com2 months ago

Rangoon: Bloody Hell! What a trailer

Watch the trailer and tell us what you think of it! Director Vishal Bharadwaj finds stories in the strangest of places. No one could equate the Shakespearean Hamlet with terrorism in Kashmir but Vishal did, and gave us Haider. Before that, he adapted Macbeth, set it up in the Mumbai underworld and gave us Maqbool. When he decided to remake Othello into Omkara, he went to the rugged lands of northern India . With Rangoon, he's moved to Yangon (which was known as Rangoon ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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'I do not know how to do comedy'

'In real life, I am not funny. I'm a boring person. If you ask me to make you laugh, it will be difficult for me.' Sunil Grover gets refreshingly candid. Sunil Grover made you laugh with his comedy avatars Gutthi and Dr Mashoor Gulati. Now, he's all set to make you laugh even harder in his new film, Coffee with D, where his character is very similar to journalist Arnab Goswami. After a five-hour wait, Sunil settles down for the interview with Rediff.com contributor Rajul Hegde.  Are ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Bollywood film might happen for Jayaraj post 'Veeram'

Malayalam filmmaker Jayaraj says he has not received offers from Bollywood producers yet for a Hindi film, but hopes the doors might open after his ambitious project "Veeram" is released. The director has adapted William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" for ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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