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'Bus Terminus Should be Conveniently Located'
New Indian Express

'Bus Terminus Should be Conveniently Located'

CHENNAI: State Government's estimated `81 crore satellite bus terminus project at Madhavaram failed to cheer Residents Welfare Associations in North Chennai. They have requested the government to build it somewhere near the centre of North Chennai. New Indian Express, 5 hours ago
New Indian Express

Picture This

Tyler Durden and Kinofist. An intriguing name leapt out of the credits and landed a smacking punch when I was watching a lovingly-made advert recently. It was the production house of director Thiagrajan Kumararaja. A play on his initials, Tyler & ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago
Financial Express

Meeting at MILT

Focusing on the corporate and film tourism segments, the third annual MILT Congress unearthed some of the challenges and success stories of key decision makers. By Akshay Kumar With a focus to provide the Indian corporate buyers and international ...
 Financial Express3 weeks ago
Counter Currents

Three FTII Students Begin Indefinite Hunger Strike Three students of Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) today began an indefinite Hunger Strike, demanding that the ensuing crisis be resolved. The students are on a 91 day long strike against the appointment of Gajendra ...
 Counter Currents3 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Tracing the Devadasi effect on Tamil Cinema

CHENNAI: If you ask your grandmother which film she liked in her younger days and why, she would say that it had good songs. Film historian S Theodore Baskaran used this example to illustrate the importance of song and dance in the early Tamil ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Scorned by society, devadasis shined as stars on celluloid

Even as the idea of abolition of the devadasi system was gathering support in the 1930s, devadasis were welcomed with open arms by the Tamil film industry that had moved to the talkie era, said film historian Theodore Baskaran at a lecture organized by Roja ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Times of India

Prasanna is in a happy phase of his life

Actor Prasanna is in a happy phase right now. With his wife Sneha expecting a baby in the next two weeks, Prasanna cannot think of anything else at this moment. "Sneha is doing very well. It has been a wonderful journey in the past nine months and ...
 Times of India2 months ago

'Making a film is like being married'

'There are too many things that haven't gone out of you. So even though the years may have gone by, you are still close to the films in terms of the making.' Mani Ratnam, whose Roja, Bombay and Dil Se will be screened in New York this weekend, in conversation with Aseem Chhabra/   Mani Ratnam is in New York City. His trip via London -- where he presented a master class at the London Indian Film Festival -- coincides with a retrospective of three of his films to be shown this ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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