'The Maoists want the tribals to boycott the election while the police think the election is a farce and don't want to risk going deeper in the conflict zone.''Newton (played with sincerity and deep felt passion by Rajkummar Rao) wants to make sure that the locals cast their vote, a right given to them by the Constitution.'Aseem Chhabra reports from the Berlin film festival for Rediff.com IMAGE: Rajkummar Rao and Anjali Patil in Amit Masurkar's Newton: 'A very important film that should make ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Set in the backdrop of mid 1940s as India gears up for its independence from the British Raj, Viceroy’s House traces a love story trapped amidst political upheave and a major partition of one nation. Huma Qureshi, who plays one of the leading characters ...Bollywood Hungama, 2 months ago
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