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Why Bollywood is NOT worth its name

Why Bollywood is NOT worth its name

The Rs 19,100 crore 'Indian film industry' is more than its monikers for three simple reasons, notes Vanita Kohli-Khandekar. IMAGE: Bollywood's biggest actors get together in an epic selfie. Photograph: Kind courtesy Karan Johar/Instagram Pick up a map of Maharashtra. Look for Bollywood, the place where Shah Rukh Khan, Akshay Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan and other big film stars live and work. You will not find it, of course. Bollywood is simply a pejorative term used for the Mumbai-based Hindi ..., 1 month ago

Nivin Pauly's Moothon sweeps major awards at New York Indian Film Festival

Nivin Pauly’s Moothon sweeps major awards at New York Indian Film Festival Malayalam drama Moothon won awards for Best Film, Best Actor and Best Child Actor at the recent New York Indian Film Festival. regional-movies Updated: Aug 03, 2020 15:47 IST Karthik ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

'All Indians have a big heart': See how big

Meet a Mumbai couple whose hearts are so big that they emptied out their entire savings to help feed the poor and needy during the COVID-19 pandemic IMAGE: Mizga and Faiyaz Shaikh distribute groceries at Ambujwadi, Malwani, north west Mumbai. Photograph: Kind courtesy Faiyaz Shaikh "If Indians see people in a crisis around them they will come forward to help those in need; whatever they can offer. You just need to step out and see. You will see people like us everywhere: helping those in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

'We wanted to explore the real India'

'What motivated us was that a lot of people, especially youngsters, had a negative image about India.' IMAGE: Abhiraj and Niyati travelled across India for 200 days for their campaign '100 reasons to love India'. Photographs: Kind courtesy Abhi and Niyu/Instagram Abhiraj and Niyati met each other at the Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics in Juhu, north west Mumbai, in 2010. Niyati was graduating in commerce; Abhiraj was in the first year of a mass media course when they got ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Remembering Kargil: 'Bombs on Target!'

Twenty one years ago, the Indian Army and Indian Air Force fought a bloody and bitter war to evict Pakistani intruders from the icy heights in Kargil. Air Commodore Nitin Sathe (retd) salutes the lesser known heroes of the Kargil War. A new series. Part 1: Colonel Gautam Khot (retd), Vir Chakra: 'The enemy started firing at us' Part 2: Group Captain Ashwani Bhakoo (retd), VSM: 'The Pakistanis had state of the art anti-aircraft missiles to shoot us down' Group Captain Alok Chauhan (retd) ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Movies that deserve a BIG SCREEN!

Several films are lined up for an OTT release, thanks to the lockdown. But the year's biggest films refuse to bend yet. They, in fact, warrant only a big screen watch. These are the big budget films that have been designed either as a spectacle or just for the masses, hence warranting a large segment of audiences coming together to enjoy the experience in theatres. Joginder Tuteja points them out:   Sooryavanshi   Who would want to miss Akshay Kumar stepping into the Rohit Shetty cop ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

SBP upset with death hoax of S Janaki

In the 80s, Tamil music the saw best of S Janaki-SPB and they were regarded as one of the most memorable singing pair ever in South Indian film music.
 Times of India2 months ago

He enriched the world with his magical voice

His songs were the anchor, the substratum, if you will, upon which life unfolded day after day, decade after decade -- across villages, towns, cities, and regions.Siva Sankar pays a tribute to S P Balasubrahmanyam, the legendary singer who passed into the ages on Friday. Photograph: Kind courtesy SP Balasubrahmanyam/Instagram India's millennial generation of the Internet-digital app age may not be fully aware of the versatility and greatness of multifaceted singer, musician, actor, and TV ...
 Rediff.com21 hours ago

'We are making a circus out of everything'

'We always want to pull down the other person.' 'All we need right now is sensitivity, not just in our industry, but everywhere.' Photograph: Kind courtesy Divya Dutta/Instagram After being in the film industry for 26 years, Divya Dutta's journey in the film industry has not been easy. But the actress, who is currently wowing everyone with her performance in the thriller Hostages 2, has learnt a lot of important lessons, and feels 'proud and satiated' about it today. "I think ours might be a ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago

Meet the lady officers making naval history

'Not everybody gets the opportunity of having a working desk inside a helicopter from where you can control torpedoes and weapons.' IMAGE: Sub Lieutenant Riti Singh, left and Sub Lieutenant Kumudini Tyagi, the first women airborne tacticians who will operate from deck of warships, after they passed out of Indian Navy's Observer Course, at the Indian Navy's Southern Naval Command, Kochi. All Photographs: INDIAN NAVY Sub Lieutenant Kumudini Tyagi and Sub Lieutenant Riti Singh will be the first ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago
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