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Mobile has radically changed consumption behavior: IAMAI
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Mobile has radically changed consumption behavior: IAMAI

article 115121900257 Mobile has radically changed consumption behavior: IAMAI According Neeraj Roy, MD & CEO Hungama, By 2017, the Indian advertising industry will be around $10 billion and around 20% or $2 billion will be the market size of ... India Infoline, 1 month ago

Content, technology and distribution are three key pillars: Neeraj Roy

Interview with CEO, Hungama. Movies and music have formed Hungama's lifeline for more than a decade. Having started out in 1999, as an online promotions company, Hungama is now best placed to reap the rewards of a long association with the Indian consumer, ...
 Afaqs2 months ago
Hindustan Times

Fitoor, Haider & more: 8 films where the milleu is a character

Spice Bollywood's love affair with Kashmir takes a new turn this Friday with the release of Katrina Kaif, Aditya Roy Kapur and Tabu's forthcoming film Fitoor, an adaptation of Charles Dickens Great Expectations. The first film to be shot in the ...
 MSN News US3 hours ago Fitoor, Haider and more: Films where the milieu is a character  Hindustan Times17 hours ago
Times of India

Subrata Roy's thoughts from Tihar Jail unveiled as a book in Mumbai and Delhi

Life Mantras, a thought-provoking treatise by Subrata Roy Sahara, managing worker and chairman, Sahara India Pariwar, on his lifetime experiences, observations and his insights on the daily issues of people was simultaneously unveiled at 5,120 ...
 Times of India6 days ago
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PIX: Helen, Dharmendra attend Bimal Roy retrospective

Looking at pictures from the event. One of India's most celebrated directors Bimal Roy's 50th death anniversary was celebrated with a retrospective of his classics at the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mumbai, from January 11 to 16. It was done by the Bimal Roy Memorial Committee in collaboration with Cine Society. The closing day also saw Lifetime Achievement awards to some of Bollywood's veteran actors. Helen and Kamini Kaushal enjoy the show with choreographer Saroj Khan. ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Celebration of Bimal Roy's cinematic legacy begins  The Hindu4 weeks ago

Celebrating the creator of classics

It has been a week dedicated to the legendary filmmaker late Bimal Roy. Last Sunday his children Yashodhara, Aparajita and Joy Bimal Roy organised a concert of renowned young classical singer Kaushiki Chakrabarty at Mehboob Studio to mark his 50th ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Short but not insignificant

Kaminey's Mikhail, actor Chandan Roy Sanyal, is making shorts on his way to directing a feature film in which he will cast himself as Woody Allen. ctor Chandan Roy Sanyal confesses he is a huge fan of the Hindi cinema of the 50s and the 60s. I ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Bimal Roy Retrospective Concludes With Much Fanfare

The first ever weeklong retrospective of the legendary film-maker, Bimal Roy concluded in the city amidst much fanfare and celebrations. Bandini (1963) the last of the series of his movies was showcased during the event followed by an awards ...
 Web Newswire3 weeks ago Classic Marble Company Felicitates Veterans of Indian Cinema as Bimal Roy Retrospective Concludes  Moneycontrol.com3 weeks ago
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Times of India

Guru Dutt-Waheeda Rehman's reel life romance to be rekindled

Chandan Roy Sanyal is ready with a 27-minute short, 35 mm, inspired by one of his favourite films, the 1959 "Kaagaz Ke Phool." READ: "Neeraj Kabi plays a filmmaker named Guru and like in the original, falls in love with his protegee, played by ...
 Times of India2 months ago Waheeda-Guru Dutt romance flowers again  Mumbai Mirror2 months ago
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Part of funding for 9/11 came from India, says former top cop Neeraj Kumar

NEW DELHI: Part of funding for 9/11 attacks in the US had originated from India, according to a former top police officer Neeraj Kumar, who has based his claim on the "revelation" made by a terrorist. Kumar, who served in CBI and retired as Delhi Police ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Part of funding for 9/11 attacks came from India, says former Delhi top cop  Asian Age2 months ago
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