For all the creativity and melodrama that Bollywood's championed all these years, Kalki Koechlin's Margarita With A Straw, which releases on Friday, raises one moot question: Why does the industry always portray disability on the screen in a ... Hindustan Times, 1 day ago
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It is all about perfection and quality for singer KJ Yesudas. And we see this as the 75-year-old records a Hindi number after 20 years (the last was for Dada, in 1980). The legend, who has won the National Award seven times for best male playback ...New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
Chances are, an overwhelming number of youngsters of the Splitsvillageneration know Madhubala as the pretty faceon expensive silk cushion covers labelled 'quirky' by websites selling them. The product design revolution that India witnessed in the ...Firstpost.com, 4 weeks ago
1. As a tribute to one of India's greatest painters, Raja Ravi Verma, and his painting A Galaxy of Musicians, Indian artist Greg Fernandes created a series of paintings that feature iconic Bollywood, Hollywood and Chinese actresses. View this ...BuzzFeed, 1 month ago
It is not unusual for filmmakers to launch their children with home productions, but now, even star spouses seem equally interested in familial ventures. In some instances, directors are making films under their own banner instead of approaching ...MSN News, 1 month ago Bollywood celebs who swear by their kin when it comes to making films Mid Day, 1 month ago
The Oscars this year for Best Actor and Best Actress have gone to Eddy Redmayne for The Theory Of Everything and to Julianne Moore for Still Alice respectively for portraying extraordinary disabilities. Here's looking at other extraordinary ...DNA India, 1 month ago
The event this week to commemorate Ilayaraja's completion of a 1000 movie scores was personally supervised by Amitabh Bachchan. That is how we saw Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan, with Sridevi thrown in, on the same platform. Apparently, the two Tamil superstars ...Bollywood Hungama, 2 months ago
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