'Chennai Express' Music Directors Ditched 'Indian Idol Junior' Courtesy 'Lungi ...
A source opined that the duo was upset with Shah Rukh and the film's makers for roping in rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh for a promotional song "Lungi Dance" without their knowledge. "It is ironical that they decided to skip the episode which had the child ...
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Word deleted from song in movie
Timely intervention by the district administration in instructing the theatre owners to delete a word from a dance in a movie averted a possible clash on Friday. People of a particular community objected to a word in an item number in the movie “Once ...
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Being Adoor Gopalakrishnan
For Mr. Gopalakrishnan, 72, one of India's finest film directors, the birth of Indian cinema began in 1955 because it was the year that Satyajit Ray made “Pather Panchali” (“Song of the Little Road”). “Pather Panchali” revealed a kind of freshness and ...
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Enthusiasts await evening of music and dance
Hindi film songs may have embraced Pop, Rock and Hip-Hop of the West in recent years (followed by their counterparts in Tamil and Telugu) but there are hundreds of thousands of people who continue to prefer old numbers. Music enthusiasts say that Hindi ...
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Will Rajinikanth's charm do wonders for SRK this time?
And the recent promotional track - The "Lungi Dance - Thalaiva" song - which is a tribute to Indian Cinema's screen icon Rajinikanth - has also managed to top the charts. It can be noted that SRK earlier in his sci-fic flick 'Ra.One' had roped in the ...
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Manish Malhotra celebrates 100 years of Indian cinema
An ardent fan of the movies, Manish had recreated the magic of past decades for the runway. The collection was inspired by the three main eras of fashion in Indian Cinema, from 1913 to 2013 and was a homage to the distinctive styles of every iconic ...
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Intriguing literature: Peshawar's contribution to Indian cinema
The 600-page book's release is scheduled to coincide with Indian cinema's golden jubilee. Zia has been tirelessly collecting information throughout the last decade. He has tracked down and interviewed people from both sides of the border to identify ...
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People wanted to sleep with me: reveals Hema Sardesaai
Today with above 60 Super Hit tracks in Bollywood movies, Hema feels no Music Composer wants to work with her. On being asked why she doesn't approach composers she has worked earlier, Hema replies sweetly "It's not in my habit to harass people for ...
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Incredible India! presents 100 years of Indian Cinema at NYIFF
Rudradeep Bhattacharjee's THE HUMAN FACTOR draws from rare archival footage to explore how music composers and other musicians have crafted the sound behind some of Hindi film's most iconic songs. In celebrating a century of Indian film, Festival ...
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SIFCC to celebrate 100 years of Indian cinema - SuperGoodMovies.com
The South Indian Film Chamber of Commerce (SIFCC) plans a three-day event to celebrate 100 years of Indian cinema which starts from July 12, with the four south Indian states, along with hundreds of film personalities from other industries, will join ...
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No prints of many epic films, says archivist PK Nair
"We don't have the archive of many epic films. Whatever was available that time, we took all of them. It is not the question of whether the ideal film is selected or not," he added. Nair was in the capital recently for an event to celebrate 100 years ...
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I would like to work in more Bollywood movies: Taapsee Pannu - IBN Live
Q. Has your interest shifted to Bollywood now that you have made a name there? Asked by: sundar1950in. A. Depends what kind of offers I get now. Q. Will you continue doing comedy movie or you are also interested in some serious bollywood roles.
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Khan Filmfare cover Collector's Edition introduction to Indian cinema
mark 100 years of
Bollywood actor John Abraham, who made his debut in the industry with “Jism” a decade ago, feels blessed to be a part of Indian cinema, which celebrates 100 years next month. “It’s been my 10 years. We have always followed Hindi films. It’s been lovely and I would love to stay here as long as [...]
Katrina to play herself in Zoya's film
... further progresses when eventually in the end, the lad finally gets to meet Katrina in person. Made to celebrate Indian cinema's centenary year, Bombay Talkies is a collection of four short films by Zoya, Anurag Kashyap, Karan Johar and Dibakar ...
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What will happen to Sanjay Dutt's forthcoming films?
Commenting on the money riding on Dutt's films and the current status of these films, noted trade analyst Taran Adarsh says, "There are 4 films featuring Sanjay Dutt which are currently in various stages of production. First up there is the Hindi ...
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Naseeruddin Shah in Toronto for two plays and TIFF Bell Lightbox appearance
Aparita Bhandari Special to the Star. “I exploit commercial cinema. Every time my bank balance starts running low, I act in a big popular (Bollywood) movie and stock up for the next few years,” says Naseeruddin Shah, a veteran actor in the Indian film ...
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'Heroine' movie review and box office report
The Hindi movie "Heroine", starring Kareena Kapoor, was released on September 21, 2012 which is also Kareena's birthday. The movie was produced by UTV Motion Pictures, Ronnie Screwvala and directed by Madhur Bhandarkar. View slideshow: Kareena ...
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Heroine in Hindi cinema
This is a series of events focussing on conversations about Indian cinema. The first one, held some months ago, was on gangster movies. This one examined the role of the heroine in Hindi cinema. I am the moderator for the Brunch dialogues and last week ...
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Mughal - E - Azam: The Eternal Love Story - Mughal - E - Azam is an unforgettable milestone in the history of Indian cinema. This 1960 Indian period epic film was directed by K. Asif and produced by Shapoorji Pallonji under the banner of Sterling Investment Corporation. Mughal-e-Azam loosely follows an episode in the life of the Mughal Prince Salim (who goes on to become Emperor Jahangir), specifically his love for the courtesan Anarkali, which is disapproved of by his father, emperor Akbar, and an envied senior courtesan who wishes to be the queen. Both Salim and Anarkali refuse to part with each other, leading to a war between father and son which the latter loses. Salim's life is spared in exchange for Anarkali's, who sacrifices for her lover. Subscribe and Stay Tuned - www.youtube.com Regular Facebook Updates www.facebook.com Twitter Updates twitter.com Join us on G+ - plus.google.com Start Pinning with us pinterest.com
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