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Film about homeless black devil shows other side of Singapore
Malay Mail

Film about homeless black devil shows other side of Singapore

Singaporean director K. Rajagopal and Indian actress Seema Biswas pose as they arrive for the screening of the film The Unknown Girl at the 69th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes May 18, 2016. — AFP pic CANNES, May 19 — Robert De Niro famously ... Malay Mail, 1 week ago
Seema Biswas-Starrer Singapore Film at Cannes Outlook India, 1 month ago

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Anurag Kashyap, Saurav Rai, Seema Biswas to lead Indian subcontinent at Cannes 2016

'Raman Raghav 2.0', 'Gudh', 'A Yellow Bird' will feature in different categories at the 69th Cannes Film Festival
 DNA2 weeks ago Young filmmakers steal the show for India at 69th Cannes film festival  Financial Express5 days ago Nawazuddin-starrer 'Raman Raghav 2.0' all set for Cannes  MSN Canada1 week ago India leads subcontinent show in Cannes  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

And the river flows to tell the tales: Kothanodi

In Bhaskar Hazarika's National Award-winning Kothanodi, the soul of Assam's folklore comes alive, writes Prabalika M. Borah. K othanodi is a film based on characters and stories which every Assamese kid has grown up hearing— Burhi Aair Xadhu ...
 The Hindu18 hours ago

The Deadliest Dacoits of Bollywood

Beware of the Bollywood outlaw. With a striking black tilak marked on the forehead, bullet-loaded belt around the waist, a perennially furious gaze and a tone as threatening as that rifle in hand, the dacoits are, understandably, a dreaded community. And yet, their imposing histrionics and ferocity makes them a truly fascinating antagonist around a plot set against a rural backdrop. Only recently, our filmmakers have begun to portray this profession in a more realistic light. As appears to be ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago
Hollywood Reporter

'A Yellow Bird': Cannes Review

This feature debut from Singaporean director K. Rajagopal stars Sivakumar Palakrishnan as an Indian Singaporean trying to get his life back on track after he's been released from prison. A Singaporean ex-con of Indian extraction has a hard time ...
 Hollywood Reporter2 days ago VIDEO: K Rajagopal on 'A Yellow Bird' and Cannes  InSing.com1 week ago Flying High  Indiase Media3 weeks ago Singapore film A Yellow Bird to take flight in Cannes  Channel NewsAsia1 month ago
Jagran Post

In pics: Angurlata Deka a new beauty sensation in politics

Budding politician and former contender of the Miss Universe pageant, Gul Panag, who unsuccessfully contested the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections from Chandigarh on Aam Aadmi Party ticket, has taken the legacy forward. Now, a new name, Angurlata Deka has ...
 Jagran Post2 days ago

Evenings of plays at the Gaiety

I doff my hat to the Language and Culture Department that in the third year of organising Manohar Singh Natya Utsava, they included a play from Himachal Pradesh. And the Beginner Theatre Group, Shimla, seized the opportunity with both hands by ...
 Chandigarh Tribune4 days ago
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Om Puri praises Nana for farmer welfare initiatives

Mumbai, May 21 (IANS) Actor Om Puri has praised fellow actor Nana Patekar's initiatives to help the distressed farmers in the country, but said a lot more needs to be done for their welfare. "People, in their personal capacity, have made a ...
 Yahoo! India5 days ago

Singapore film trains lens on Indian struggles

From Saibal Chatterjee Cannes, May 19 (PTI) A slow-burning, finely crafted film from Singapore focused on the city-state's minority Indian community brought the curtains down on the competition section of Cannes Critics' Week here on Wednesday. ...
 Press Trust of India1 week ago Cannes 2016: Singapore film trains lens on Indian struggles  The Freepress Journal1 week ago

13 Indian films that have courted controversies

) and Santa Banta Pvt Ltd (April 22, 2016) have been in the news for the controversies they have been making. While the former - an autobiographical story which reportedly takes on issues such as campus politics, corruption, moral policing and crony ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago
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