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The Hindu

Pallandu Vazhga (1975) tamil

, directed by V. Shantaram. The film is all about Rajan (MGR), a jail warden who reforms six deadly prisoners, who are let out on parole to lead a normal life. He takes these prisoners and makes them work hard with him on a dilapidated country farm. His aim ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Mid Day

V Shantaram's 1972 Marathi classic Pinjra still draws crowds

By Dhara Vora | Posted 1 hour V Shantaram's digitally re-mastered 1972 Marathi film Pinjra is wooing viewers once again after 44 years At a time when commercial potboilers like Riteish Deshmkh's Lai Bhari are ruling the box office, a 1972 ...
 Mid Day4 weeks ago V Shantaram's Marathi classic Pinjra draws hordes to theatres  Mid Day4 weeks ago V Shantaram's Pinjra to re-release after 44 years  Times of India1 month ago

GK Quiz: Test your knowledge on current affairs

Take this quiz and find out. Which Indian personality was recently conferred the V Shantaram Life Time Acheivement Award? Which state recently approved 35 per cent reservation for women for all category state government jobs? Who is the newly appointed secretary of the Department of Telecommunications? Know the answers? Take the quiz below and share your knowledge with the world. This quiz is prepared by, a Bengaluru based online test preparation company for government/PSU jobs.
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Children's bazar, hit among people

Karwar: A Children bazar organised as part of summer camp by Kaiga Employees Recreational association and Heggodu KV Subbanna Theatre Troupe at Kaiga residential Complex here on Thursday proved a success as different programmes presented by children ...
 SahiOnline17 hours ago
The Hindu

Shooting the stars

A rare Harishchandrachi Factory or Iruvar apart, filmmakers have shown little interest in portraying the triumphs and tribulations of their own people Bhagwan Dada. He is the name identified with the 1951 musical hit Albela, mostly remembered for ...
 The Hindu1 day ago
Indian Express

AgustaWestland case: Congress asks govt to complete probe, place findings in House

Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad. (PTI Photo / TV GRAB) UNDER ATTACK from the BJP and the government over the AgustaWestland chopper deal, the Congress Friday dared the government to stop the tamasha and malicious campaign, and complete the probe ...
 Indian Express1 day ago

Box Office report: January-April 2016

We are nearing the end of April and so far, out of the 36-odd Marathi film releases in these four months, very few have managed to garner attention. Comparatively, January-April 2015 was lined with just a little more than half the number of ...
 Times of India2 days ago

From 'Pyaasa' to 'Paying Guest', the many moods of Hindi film songs

Pyaasa released in 1957. The film was the first of Guru Dutt's tragedies and was followed by Kaagaz Ke Phool (1959) and Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam (1962). For Pyaasa , Guru Dutt changed the composer-lyricist duo, who had worked on Aar-Paar (1954), Mr. & ...
 DNA India1 week ago
DNA India

Kal, Aaj Aur Kal: The Musical dynasties of Bollywood

Talk about nepotism and dynasties in Bollywood all you want, it's a universe of unequal equals even there. Even those who have their foot firmly in the B-Town door, so as to speak, have their struggles. Some make success stories of themselves, ...
 DNA India1 week ago
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