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Newton at the Oscars: What happens next?
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Newton at the Oscars: What happens next?

'Cinema in our country is changing rapidly. Newton is proof of that change.'Subhash K Jha speaks to Newton Director Amit Masurkar and actor Rajkummar Rao. Amit Masurkar's highly acclaimed Newton has just been selected as India's official entry for the Oscars. And Amit couldn't be happier. "It's like a windfall," he says. "We first got all those amazing reviews days before the release. Then on the day of the release we get to hear the film is going as our entry into the Oscars. What more could ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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Why Anushka Sharma feels she's special

'It's nice that so many different visionaries can imagine me in their stories.' 'I feel proud of that.' 'Ultimately, only a director can add value to your career.' Photograph: Kind courtesy Anushka Sharma/Instagram Anushka Sharma plays a feisty Gujarati who goes on a solo trip to Europe in Imtiaz Ali's Jab Harry Met Sejal. Anushka, who recently returned from New York, discusses her new film and reveals that she has a cameo in the Sanjay Dutt biopic. Rajul Hegde listens in. This is your third ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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MAMI's Word to Screen Market could raise the standard of Indian cinema

On 27 July, the auditorium of the Alliance Francaise, Delhi, played host to Word to Screen Publishers Bootcamp. Part of the Mumbai Academy of the Moving Image (MAMI) Word to Screen Market initiative, the event featured a series of talks aimed at one thing ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Saudis crave revival of night out at the movies

The lights go out, the projector whirls and entertainment-starved Saudis sink into plush seats to soak up an experience they have been denied for decades -- a trip to the cinema. The rare movie night this week in Riyadh was a precursor to an expected formal ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago
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Fine films, fabulous discoveries at MAMI

The movies that impressed, puzzled and stunned Sukanya Verma at MAMI this year. You know it's time for the annual Mumbai Film Festival when the city's cinephile population flocks to theatres in towns and suburbs, stands in long queues, survives on samosa, sets the alarm for 7 am to pre-register, memorises a complex schedule and dedicates seven days to eat, drink and breathe the best of world cinema and Indian filmmaking. A vibrant atmosphere of energy and enthusiasm envelops its 19th edition ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago

Goa and Andhra CM felicitate CVC K.V.Chowdary in Ramineni Foundation awards ceremony

[India], Oct. 12 (ANI): Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu on Thursday felicitated Central Vigilance Commissioner (CVC) K.V.Chowdary in Ramineni Foundation awards ceremony in Vijayawada. Chowdary ...
 Sify1 week ago
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'Chef is easily the most difficult film I've made'

Former ad man Raja Krishna Menon comfortably sips his black coffee on a Sunday afternoon. He's quite relaxed as he discusses his latest film Chef, starring Saif Ali Khan, which is an official adaption of Jon Favreau's Hollywood film of the same name. Menon confesses to being quite the foodie himself! "I love to eat," he says. "I also travel a lot. A few years ago, I shut down everything, took my kid out of school and backpacked for seven months."   He travelled all over ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Ranveer Singh shares a heartfelt response after Padmavati trailer appreciation

Sanjay Leela Bhansali‘s much-awaited period drama Padmavati has already created a storm on social media. After releasing mesmerizing character posters, the makers of Padmavati released the first trailer on Monday afternoon that has got everyone aboard the ...
 Bollywood Hungama1 week ago

'I see a lot of actor-bashing when a film fails'

`'It’s not fair to blame the actor because he is not writing the film or the dialogue; he is not the one doing the lighting.' 'Actors are just following someone else’s direction. He doesn’t say I want to make a song like that or film a scene this way.' Varun Dhawan tells us what an actor's life is really like.  IMAGE: Taapsee Pannu and Varun Dhawan in Judwaa 2. Photograph: Varun Dhawan/Instagram There's something different about Varun Dhawan these days. When ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

“I could connect to Newton but had to work really hard for Omerta” - Rajkummar Rao

In your new release Newton you play a man so Indian so patriotic and so honest he seems like a modern-day extension of Dharmendra in Hrishikesh Mukherjee's Satyakam. How do you make the shift from playing the hardcore terrorist in Omerta to the sincere honest ...
 Bollywood Hungama1 month ago
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