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‘Shatranj’ team was in awe of The General

Unit members of Satyajit Ray’s ‘Shatranj Ke Khiladi’ remember Richard Attenborough as a mild-mannered gentleman. Times of India, 3 weeks ago

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 New Indian Express1 week ago
Times of India

The Attenborough I knew

How an 'Oscar-winning' performance saved 'Gandhi' even before shooting began Working as NFDC's telephone operator, Rajni had become quite blase about film celebrities ringing up. But that morning she could barely conceal her excitement. "Mr ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
IndiaTV News

Gandhi would have been amused at being played by a Brit, Nehru told Richard Attenborough

The tributes to Richard Attenborough have been many, rich and well deserved. They bring together the many Attenboroughs, the actor that the older generation remembers for his role as Pinkie Brown in Brighton Rock (1947), my generation for the Great ...
 Quartz2 weeks ago Richard Attenborough's top films (view pics)  IndiaTV News3 weeks ago

Great loss

The death of Richard Attenborough, British actor and director, is a great loss to the world of cinema. Through the film Gandhi, he made Indians proud. The strenuous efforts he made to shoot the film in India showed his dedication to bring to ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

'I feel at home in India,' Attenborough said

'At the end of the interview, as he walked with us to the elevator, he looked at me and said, "Do you think it was my karma that I should have made this film?"' Arthur J Pais/ recalls his encounter with Richard Attenborough. Richard Attenborough was in an expansive mood. As he was getting ready for a round of interviews to promote Gandhi, he was taking calls from a handful of cities across America and Canada where the film had opened with record attendance. Soon it would play on more ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

The man who brought Gandhi to the Oscars

Richard Attenborough, who after a distinguished stage and film acting career in Britain reinvented himself to become the internationally admired director of the monumental Gandhi and other films, died on Sunday. He was 90. In the early 1960s, ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Through his frame

Summary India will remember Richard Attenborough as the filmmaker who brought our freedom struggle alive. The British and American cinema worlds will mourn the many personas of Lord Richard Attenborough — the puny, barely-five-foot-tall ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago Richard Attenborough The man who knew Mahatma better than most of us  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago Richard Attenborough: The man who knew Mahatma better than most of us  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago

What's love got to do with it?

Delhi has been fantastic per usual. From fattening me up with the sweetest, plumpest mangoes to giving a rousing reception at my gig at the India Habitat Centre. Sadly it's time to go, and no words can aptly describe how it feels to leave this ...
 Millennium Post3 weeks ago

Kakababu to get Altered on TV

KOLKATA: Sunil Gangopadhyay's adventurer-supersleuth Kakababu is set to hit the small screen this October in a new avatar. Twenty-one years after Basu Chatterji made Byomkesh Bakshi speak Hindi and brought him home to millions, a Hindi-speaking ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
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