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In fond memory of a dogged Gandhian

hen we were short listing the international actors to play the role of General Outram in Shatranj Ke Khilari , Richard Attenborough's was the first name listed by Satyajit Ray. But as he was in the middle of editing his epic war movie, A Bridge Too ... The Sunday Guardian, 1 month ago
...but Richard did The Telegraph, 1 month ago

Book to renew Kolkata's tie with Wajid Ali S...

KOLKATA: "It's the only book I've read twice. And my favourite line is 'life can't be divided into chapters'," mused Shahanshah Mirza, great-great-grandson of Wajid Ali Shah, referring to 'The Last King in India' by Rosie Llewellyn-Jones. The ...
 Times of India1 week ago Book to renew city's tie with Wajid Ali Shah  Times of India1 week ago
Jagran Post

Amitabh Bachchan: 10 lesser known facts

1. Amitabh Bachchan’s screen name has been Vijay in 20 films till date, ‘Zanjeer’ (1973) being the first and ‘Rann’ (2009) being the latest. 2. Amitabh featured in the 2010 Malayalam film ‘Kandahar’, alongside ...
 Jagran Post1 week ago

Time to see our films via their eyes?

The first screening of 'The Good Road' in Kolkata was both preceded and followed by one question: Is it time to look at our films through 'their' eyes? Controversy had erupted as soon as Gyan Correa's 'The Good Road', produced by National Film ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Times of India

Irish film festival pays tribute to Farooque Shaikh

MUMBAI: Nine months after his passing, stellar actor Farooque Shaikh remains etched in the memory of cinema lovers around the world. A film festival in Ireland screened a tribute to him by showing 'Listen Amaya' on September 22. The annual Indian ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Shabana completes 40 years in filmdom

Shabana Azmi started her acting journey on this day in 1974 when "Ankur" was released and the award-winning actress thanks Shyam Bengal for her first break. The 64-year-old took to Twitter Thursday to share her thoughts and posted: My first film ...
 Siasat Daily3 weeks ago Shabana Azmi completes 40 years in filmdom  Times of India3 weeks ago Bollywood veteran Shabana completes 40 years in filmdom  Siasat Daily3 weeks ago
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ScreenSavour: WAY OFF THE OSCAR MARK

Every year around this time, a section of the media goes abuzz with news of India's nomination of a film to be entered into the race for the Academy Award for the best foreign film. The Film Federation of India (FFI) appoints a committee to choose ...
 Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago WAY OFF THE OSCAR MARK  The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago

Saibal Chatterjee: A legend in a league of his own

When a creative force of eminence and longevity passes away, obituary writers tend to describe the irreparable loss as the end of an era. But is that kind of send-off always fully deserved, or is it merely the result of emotion sparked by the death ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago
Rediff.com

'Thank you, Sir Richard, for focusing world attention on India'

'That night -- when Gandhi won Best Picture at the 1983 Oscars belonged to India and it meant a lot to a young student like me who was trying to establish his Indian identity among the Americans around him.'Aseem Chhabra/Rediff.com, who worked as an extra on Richard Attenborough's acclaimed biopic, salutes the late legend.I still remember the late night of April 11, 1983 when I sat in a friend's dorm room at the International House on Riverside Drive in New York City, to watch the Academy ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Screen Icon Guided by an Anti-colonial Spirit  New Indian Express1 month ago 'Gardening' director  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago He was the perfect ringmaster to bring the dinosaurs back to life  Bangalore Mirror1 month ago
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Richard Attenborough called Satyajit Ray Manik da

Cinematographer of Shatranj Ke Khilari, Soumendu Roy, on working with the legend In May 1977, when Richard Attenborough came to Kolkata to shoot for Satyajit Ray's Shatranj Ke Khilari, many unit members were petrified. That was not as much about ...
 Times of India1 month ago For Richard Attenborough, Satyajit Ray was Manik da  Times of India1 month ago
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