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12.09.2016 Best lawyers in Hindi films
Bollywood has had a long history of lawyers, both good and bad. Some actors have made repeat portrayals of men / women in black and white like Amrish Puri was the corrupt lawyer in both Sunny Deol's Damini and Anil Kapoor's Meri Jung.
24.10.2016 Short film - The Rapist' precedes - Mulat'
When Maria Diane Ventura's "Mulat" opens in local cinemas on Nov. 2, moviegoers are in for a treat: Her short-film "The Rapist" will play before the feature film. Showing two of her movies is a good way to reintroduce the award-winning filmmaker to her audience especially since "Mulat" was a finalist in the 2014 Metro Manila Film Festival New Wave Film Category.
19.09.2014 Quest for lost love takes to the road
It doesn't feel like a Bollywood movie and for that reason alone Finding Fanny may attract a more international, albeit still slightly niche, audience than most of the mainstream films made in India. There are no extravagant dance routines here, nor glitzy, museum-quality costumes; just a road trip and a handful of loveable personalities pondering life.
16.02.2012 Georgetown Cinemas puts focus on Indian films
'A gneepath" has almost all the requisite elements of a hit movie. A devastatingly handsome but tragic hero, a creepy-ugly bad guy, lots of action, drug-dealing, gunfire and the universal themes of love, loyalty, betrayal, revenge and plain old good and evil.
11.04.2012 EEGA: Insect story making waves in Telugu, Tamil world of cinema - News
While Hollywood has made scores of films where the abominable creatures like a mosquito or a house fly play an important role, the world of Indian cinema still had been slightly reserved towards using them as characters.
26.12.2016 The BEST Moments in Hindi Films in 2016
Here is my take at the highlights of Hindi cinema in 2016 -- exploring the good performances and ideas, charming moments and other creative segments of the films. This list is in alphabetical order, and not a countdown of the top ranking films.
19.02.2015 B-Town condoles filmmaker D Rama Naidu's death
Bollywood celebrities today condoled the death of legendary film producer D Rama Naidu while acknowledging his immense contribution to Indian cinema. The Dadasaheb Phalke Award-winner produced films in different languages including Hindi, Bengali, Oriya, Assamese, Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada, Gujarati, Marathi and Bhojpuri.
02.04.2018 Bollywood adds personal connect with 'desi' titles
New Delhi, April 1 : "Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety" was quite a tongue twister, wasn't it? A slew of upcoming Bollywood films' titles reflect a colloquial 'desi' vibe, and experts say it helps to establish a connect with the 'desi' audience. Picture this; "Batti Gul Meter Chalu", "Veere Di Wedding", "Dil Juunglee", "Nanu Ki Jaanu", "Shaadi Teri Bajaayenge Band Hum", "Chanda Mama Door Ke", "Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar", "Sui Dhaaga - Made In India", "Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga" and "Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas" are some of the movies this year which are attracting curiosity with the...
19.04.2015 Star Wars: Rogue One's Official Plot Sounds Like An Action-Packed Blast
It was made clear that the films directed by Gareth Edwards and Josh Trank are going to be Non-Saga films, meaning that they do not connect to the trilogy of films helmed by J.J. Abrams and, later, Rian Johnson.
18.05.2015 Watch Saturday Night LIve's Cut Digital Short About Stealing Jokes
While there are some offended folks out there who probably thought Louis C.K.'s scathing monologue should have been cut, a digital sketch about joke plagiarism was excised instead. Good timing, SNL.