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Kamal Haasan remembers his favourite film with Sridevi's Sadma

“Balu Mahendra and I shared a very close relationship. His debut film as a cameraman was with me. We used to sit and talk about films between shots. He used to listen to my scripts. So we had a bonding. In spite of being my senior he was a friend. Bollywood Hungama, 3 weeks ago

Over-excited fans give Tamannaah tough time at ‘Sketch’ promo event in Kochi

There is nothing new in people getting excited when their favourite films stars descend on earth and come close at hand. Actors enjoy this craziness of fans to some extent. But very often, the excitement crosses all boundaries leading to some unpleasant ...
 Mathrubhumi2 months ago

Top five apps to create the best social media photos and videos

From people having to manually develop and edit film-reels to now shooting and editing photos and videos with the flick of some buttons on a smartphone, life has indeed changed.In this millennial generation where Facebook photos are aimed to make your parents ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Working on 'I, Tonya' helped Margot Robbie avoid snap judgements

Actor Margot Robbie says he latest film I, Tonya has taught her not to judge people instantly. The 27-year-old actor plays real-life Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding in the new biopic - based on the true events, which saw Tonya's now-ex-husband Jeff ...
 DNA4 weeks ago

DID YOU KNOW? Here’s what Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster actress Mahie Gill has been up to

When she made her debut in Anurag Kashyap’s unconventional take on Devdas , Dev D , people attached many aspirations with Mahie Gill. But soon her fame saw a downfall and she became yet another starlet who disappeared from B-town. But not the one to give ...
 Bollywood Hungama1 week ago

Shah Rukh Khan's Zero will be Sridevi's last film

Earlier today the report of, legendary actress and often considered as India's first female superstar, Sridevi's death shooked the nation. Such was her aura and people's love and adulation for her that the entire nation is in a state of shock.Sridevi was an icon of Indian cinema in truest sense. Her glorious and illustrated filmography is a proof of it. After ruling the rooster for decades, she took a break from films in 1997. Apart from a delayed release in 2004, she was away from the big ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

On day 1, Biffes draws large crowds

Film buffs turned out in large numbers at the 10th Bengaluru International Film Festival on the inaugural evening on Friday. Many had to wait for nearly an hour to enter the screens at nine different venues, occupying the seats that remained vacant until ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Want to be a production designer? Read this!

'A production designer could earn Rs 10 lakh per film. It could be Rs 70 lakh for an established designer.' IMAGE: Jiah Khan and Amitabh Bachchan in Nishabd. What exactly does a production designer do in a film? What's the difference between an art director and a production designer? And how does one become one? Production Designer Aparna Sud, who has worked in films like Neerja, has all the answers. Hailing from Shimla, Aparna has worked in the film industry for 14 years. She tells us that a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Dia on Ranbir, Sanju, playing Maanayata

'People who went on the sets thought Ranbir was Sanju sir.''Ranbir made Sanju sir his own.' IMAGE: Dia Mirza. Photograph: Abhijit Mahamunkar Dia Mirza is busy juggling her role as an actress with that of an UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador for India. She will be seen next in Raj Kumar Hirani's Sanjay Dutt biopic. While Ranbir Kapoor plays Dutt, Dia will play Sanju's wife Maanayata. In a telephone conversation with's Patcy N, Dia discusses Sanju and looks back at her movie career ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

'Padmaavat' row: Films being targeted aggressively, says Vishal Bhardwaj

Critically acclaimed filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj said today that people had no right to violently protest against "Padmaavat" as it was cleared by the censor board and given the go-ahead by the Supreme Court. Speaking on the second day of the Jaipur Literature ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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