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Ray rejected 100 shaving brushes for a 'Nayak' scene

Kolkata, May 8 (PTI) He made actors like Sanjeev Kumar, Shabana Azmi and Amjad Khan wait for over half an hour on the set of "Shatranj ke Khilari" (1977) as the soot in a lamp was not up to his satisfaction. He rejected around 100 shaving brushes ... Press Trust of India, 3 weeks ago

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India Today, 1 month ago

Mahesh Bhatt Explains Why Alia Bhatt is Similar to Smita Patil

Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt said that his daughter actress Alia Bhatt and many other actresses are like actress Smita Patil, who could handle both commercial and parallel cinema effortlessly. "There is a new dawn and a new energy. There is a new ...
 NDTV1 month ago Alia among actors treading Smita Patil's path: Bhatt  Press Trust of India1 month ago Mahesh Bhatt's take on Alia Bhatt's choice of films  Times of India1 month ago Alia among actors treading Smita's path, says Bhatt  The Gulf Today1 month ago
New Indian Express

Smita Drove a Jeep from Mumbai to Delhi

BENGALURU: Film critic Maithili Rao book on Smita Patil is set for launch in Bengaluru at a film festival in memory of the actor. Called Smita Patil: A Brief Incandescence, it talks about the life and times of a versatile artiste who straddled ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Guess how many National Awards Shabana Azmi has won?

We give you the answer, right here! National awards are the ultimate prestige symbol and recognition of genuine talent. For one, it involves no red carpet glamour, offensive jokes at the expense of colleagues or dancing on the stage to latest chartbusters. Instead, films, filmmakers, actors and technicians from all regions of India compete for the government-bestowed honour. Though the National Film Awards came into existence in 1954, it was only in 1968 they made room for acting and other ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago This year, National Awards looked like another Bollywood award: Rituparna Sengupta  Times of India1 month ago

Chef Veena Arora, The Spice Route: "Thailand Will Always be Home"

36 years later, with her heart still in Thailand, Chef Veena Arora has a never-ending zest for life and an undying love for food. Hers is a journey of a passionate home chef turned award-winning chef. Self-taught and determined. Chef Veena was born ...
 NDTV6 hours ago

Naseeruddin Shah Explains Why There Isn't Gender Equality in Bollywood

Actors Naseeruddin Shah and Kalki Koechlin featured together in Waiting and in an interview with NDTV, Kalki said that she would like to do an item number. "An item number is on my bucket list," said the National Award-winning actress. Kalki said ...
 NDTV1 day ago

What does Iulia Vantur's Instagram post hint at?

01 We told you earlier today how Salman is protective about his rumoured girlfriend Iulia Vantur and how the superstar has instructed his bodyguard Shera to hire the best men to guard his alleged ladylove. And now, we have come across an ...
 Times of India6 days ago
Asian Lite

Rajesh Pillai's Traffic in Hindi

Traffic is watchable for its terrific cast ….writes Subhash K. Jha Film: Traffic; Director: Late Rajesh Pillai; Cast: Manoj Bajpayee,Jimmy Sheirgill, Parambrata Chatterjee, Prosenjit Chatterjee, Sachin Khedeker, Divya Dutta, Kitu Gidwani; ...
 Asian Lite3 weeks ago 'Traffic' is watchable for its terrific cast  Yahoo! India3 weeks ago Traffic' is watchable for its terrific cast  5 Dariya News - English3 weeks ago 'Traffic' review: It is watchable for its terrific cast  Economic Times3 weeks ago

The unappreciated heroines of bollywood

They may not be in the A-list of glamour heroines. But when it comes to knocking out accomplished performances in roles of women of substance, they are the first options. Now, in the largely formula-ridden system of Bollywood filmmaking, that can ...
 Khaleej Times3 weeks ago

Reliving the Golden Age of Indian Cinema Through a Film Festival

Movies are meant for entertainment. At least, that's what most of us think. There was a time when movies with strong messages and ones that documented views on societal issues were made, giving the movie-goer something to chew on for a long time.
 New Indian Express1 month ago
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