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Shweta Basu Prasad joins the cast of Tashkent Files

Shweta Basu Prasad joins the cast of Tashkent Files

The suspense thriller starring Nasseruddin Shah and Mithun Chakraborty in pivotal roles revolves around the murder mystery of Lal Bahadur Shastri DNA, 1 month ago

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Naseeruddin Shah and Mithun Chakraborty to come together for Vivek Agnihotri`s next!

Vivek Agnihotri has roped in the talented Naseeruddin Shah and Mithun Chakraborty for his eagerly anticipated film...
 Santabanta2 months ago Naseeruddin Shah, Mithun Chakraborty roped in for a film based on Lal Bahadur Shastri?  DNA2 months ago Agnihotris next film to be based on Shastris death  Asia Net India2 months ago

Crazed fan-girl dressed as Mithun Charkraborty, nabbed for robbing 2 men

Going down the easy route to crime is not a new story. But this 22-year-old primary school dropout shocked officials, when she was arrested for robbing two men in northeast Delhi at knife point, as she was dressed up like a man, and not just any man — ...
 DNA2 months ago

Sridevi, Shammi and the smiling faces of Hrishida's cinema

Sukanya Verma's Super Filmi Week.   Monday There's no reaching closure from Sridevi's untimely death. Not so soon anyway. The last few days have been engulfed in denial and nostalgia. Every time I write a tribute for a recently deceased film personality, a tiny piece of my heart crumbles and collapses. I've had to write so many in the last few years that even the mention of the word 'loss' horrifies me. Most of us, who admired her, are finding solace in revisiting Sri's classic movies and ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago

'Till yesterday, you were glowing in your exalted place like a queen'

'The very fact that she survived her migration to Bollywood, where many young lives have been sacrificed or abandoned to the streets, bears testimony to her grit, determination and good fortune,' says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan. IMAGE: Sridevi is memorable in Lamhe. Like millions of Sridevi's fans, who did not know her off the screen, I felt a void when I saw a beautiful picture of hers appeared on my mobile screen past one midnight with the words, 'Sri no more'. Kerala's immortal poet Kumaran ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Such a long journey

Vinod Mirani Sridevi’s was one of the biggest funeral processions Mumbai has ever seen, on par with Mohammed Rafi’s in July 1980 and Rajesh Khanna in July 2012. Close to 30 thousand fans turned up in busloads from as far as Chennai, Hyderabad and ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

The end of an era

Deepa Gahlot It is impossible to tell what makes a star — there is always an indefinable something that sets the star apart from other actors. Sridevi undoubtedly has that extra spark. A large part of Sridevi’s career in Hindi films was during the worst ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

10 Memorable roles played by ultimate diva, Sridevi!

1. Jaag Utha Insan (1984): Though it was Himmatwala that launched her into stardom in Bollywood, it was this unsuccessful nugget of a film produced by Rakesh Roshan and directed by the inimitable K. Vishwanath, where Sridevi shone as a temple dancer wooed by ...
 Bollywood Hungama3 weeks ago

Sridevi: It's a Sadma, but Chandni's Lamhe would never be forgotten

From charming and comic 'hawa hawai' and sensuous kaate nahin kat te' act in Mr India to romantic dramas like Chandni and Lamhe to loss of memory in Sadma, Sridevi has defined stardom by transforming simple roles to stellar performances. Sridevi was the first ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

The Indian women who conquered the world!

In a journey of Marco Polo-esque proportions, Meenakshi Arvind and Mookambika Rathinam drove through 24 countries and two continents over 72 days.Meenakshi and Mookambika tell's Archana Masih about their incredible, unforgettable, journey and the desperation for Gandhi in a dark corner of the world. IMAGE: Meenakshi Arvind, right, and Mookambika Rathinam, left, in Dunhuang, China. They self-drove a Tata car from Coimbatore to London.Photograph: Kind courtesy Meenakshi Arvind Just as ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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