Ritesh Batra’s photograph to hit theatres on 8th March 2019

Ritesh Batra’s upcoming directorial ‘Photograph’ starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Sanya Malhotra is all set to hit screens in India on 8th March 2019. The award-winning director’s next film will have it’s World Premiere at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival taking place between January 23rd to February 2nd and will have its European Premiere at the […]

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“If they don’t stop harrassing me, I will destroy each one of them”: Kangana Ranaut on Karni Sena protest

Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi is being touted as one of the most anticipated movie of the year. However, days before the release of the movie Karni Sena protested against the release of the film. The movie is a biopic on the life of Rani Lakshmibai, who revolted against the British Raj in 1857. Kangana […]

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Organizations come out in support of LGBTQ film release

Several corporates, embassies and community organizations are supporting the theatrical release of the feature film Evening Shadows Evening Shadows, the Hindi feature film by Sridhar Rangayan, which released on January 11th in theaters has found support from several quarters. A host of companies and organizations have come forward to bring in diverse audiences to the […]

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Mahesh Babu is one-of-the-most-watched South heroes among dubbed films for Hindi TV channels

Superstar Mahesh Babu enjoys an immense fan following not only in the South Indian film industry but is also a household name nationwide. Another testimony of the same is how many Mahesh Babu films ruled the TRP stats on television through the year. Mahesh’s films not only enjoy a phenomenal run in the theatres, but […]

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Why Cheat India movie review: An education in our education system’s dirty secrets

Both from a script and narrative point-of-view, Why Cheat India has quite a few things going for it, and quite a few that don’t. But what it does accomplish is painting a brutally disturbing picture of its subject matter, exposing the disgusting truth of the unholy nexus of elements eating away at our country’s education […]

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The Lift Boy movie review: Simplicity done effectively

Writer-Director Jonathan Augustin’s Hinglish film, The Lift Boy, is one of the most naturally portrayed and organically felt coming-of-age dramas to emerge from Indian cinema in a long time, full of warmth, maturity, simplicity, laidback humor, and sentiments just done right. Revolving around an impoverished 20-something aimless youth, stuck in the wrong field of education, […]

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Bombairiya movie review: Mysteriously confused

Bombairiya comes across as a very confused film from the outset, trying to say too much, but conveying too little. Moreover, the novelty and smarts it attempts to show off aren’t really all that novel nor smart as such topsy-turvy mysteries with ambiguous narrative arcs, shady characters, and multiple twists have been done by everyone […]

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Uri: The Surgical Strike continues to keep the game strong at the box-office on Day 6

Uri: The Surgical Strike is running successfully on the box office as it garnered 7.73 crores on Wednesday.’Uri’ has taken a strong lead at the box-office with 63.77 crores as a grand total. Taking the grand total to 63.77 crores the movie has set the box- office on fire with collecting Fri 8.20 cr, Sat […]

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“It has sort of come a full circle”: Kriti Sanon on Sajid Nadiadwala

Actress Kriti Sanon, who has been on a shooting spree lately feels working with her mentor Sajid Nadiadwala once again is like completing a circle. Houseful 4 will be Kriti’s second film with her mentor, Sajid Nadiadwala. The filmmaker had taken Kriti under his wings and launched her in his home production, Heropanti in 2004. […]

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Women influencers participate in Bumble’s #EqualNotLoose Campaign

Celebrating the empowerment of Indian women, Priyanka Chopra Jonas & Bumble, the woman-first social network, champion equality and challenge gender stereotypes in a powerful campaign called “Equal Not Loose”. The fully integrated marketing campaign celebrates the empowerment of Indian women and challenges the judgment that too often accompanies their pursuit of independence and achieving their […]

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