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During 'Gandhi' shoot, Richard Attenborough would often allow me to interpret scenes in my own way; he gave me a lot of freedom: Rohini Hattangadi
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During 'Gandhi' shoot, Richard Attenborough would often allow ...

Mumbai: Actress and theatre personality Rohini Hattangadi played Kasturba in the late Richard Attenborough's 'Gandhi' and says that working in the multiple Oscar winning film was a revelation for her. She said that the British film director gave a ... IBNLive India News, 5 days ago
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Gandhi: Attenborough's masterpiece

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu Ben Kingsley and Rohini Hattangadi in the English film Gandhi directed by Richard Attenborough. File Photo Perhaps the greatest tribute to Mahatma Gandhi was paid by another towering personality ...
 The Hindu6 days ago
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'Whatever I am today, it is because of Sir Richard Attenborough'

Many film personalities owe their careers to Sir Richard Attenborough, who recently passed away on August 24. Rohini Hattangady, who played Kasturba in Attenborough's iconic film Gandhi, is one of them. She looks back at the fine director. I met Sir Richard for the first time in Centaur Hotel. Dolly Thakore was the casting director, and had asked me to meet him. I was touring with one of my plays, and was supposed to reach Mumbai by afternoon and meet him in the evening. Sir Richard had ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago Kasturba remembers Richard Attenborough  DNA6 days ago Gandhi as a film will outlive us all  Open2 days ago Richard Attenborough's Gandhi changed lives of all of us: Om Puri  Indian Express5 days ago
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Gandhi was Richard Attenborough passion

Not being able to meet him after Gandhi will be my biggest regret: Rohini Hattangadi
 Times of India5 days ago

Sanand Nyas promoting Marathi culture well: Actress Rohini Hattangadi

INDORE: Winners of various competitions organized by Sanand Nyas recently were felicitated at a function organized at Jaal auditorium on Saturday. Veteran theatre, film and television actress Rohini Hattangadi was the chief guest. In her address to ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Mumbai Mirror

Relative value: In the act

Rohini, 63, and Aseem Hattangady, 31 Actors Rohini and Aseem Hattangady on how theatre remains in their subconscious and balancing the mother-son equation on stage. Theatre actor Aseem Hattangady was only six years old when he was initiated into ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago IN THE ACT  AhmedabadMirror.com1 month ago
Times of India

Hrithik was very boy-next-door in Agneepath

National Award winning veteran actress Rohini Hattangadi spoke to us about her journey and success on Marathi television
 Times of India2 months ago
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Arif fails to fill Imtiaz's shoes

LEKAR HUM DEEWANA DIL DIRECTOR: Arif Ali CAST: Armaan Jain, Rohini Hattangadi, Deeksha Seth, Gautami Kapoor CLASSIFICATION: TBA RUNNING TIME: 140 minutes RATING: *** THERE are love stories. And then there are romantic sagas helmed by ...
 IOL1 month ago Lekar Hum Deewana Dil - Preview  Now Running2 months ago Movie review: Lekar Hum Deewana Dil  Indian Express1 month ago Lekar Hum Deewana Dil movie review  Financial Express1 month ago
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Hindustan Times

I wanted to sing, beat up bad guys but was terrible at it: Naseeruddin Shah

It's a cloudy, damp evening in Mumbai and Naseeruddin Shah's Bandra home is suffused with a soft golden light. The mellow setting seems just right for the 64-year-old actor long considered to be the gold standard in acting to talk about his ...
 Hindustan Times22 hours ago

The transformation of reel stereotype to realistic portrayal

Bollywood has long caricatured communities with staples such as the bumbling Maharashtrian cop, the kind Anglo Indian aunty, the bearded Muslim, the Parsi simpleton and the Madrasi buffoon. But Hindi films might finally be growing up, says Yogesh ...
 DNA India1 day ago
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