“Shiv resides in each one of us and I want people to feel that”: Abhishek Kapoor

After much anticipation and hardships, Abhishek Kapoor directorial starring Kedarnath Sara AliKhan and Sushant Singh Rajput finally hits the screens today. Nervous and excited at the same time, Abhishek Kapoor reveals Lord Shiva to be the major inspiration behind the film. The director is a staunch devotee of Lord Shiva and is immensely influenced by […]

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Zero: Anushka Sharma reveals what went into making the most romantic song of the season ‘Mere Naam Tu’

The makers of Zero have released the making of the romantic song ‘Mere Naam Tu’ wherein Anushka Sharma reveals the fun that went into making the visually beautiful song. The BTS video showcases Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma getting drenched in not just water and colour but also love as they shoot the most […]

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“The journey of Kedarnath has been a pilgrimage in itself”: Abhishek Kapoor

Abhishek Kapoor’s most anticipated film Kedarnath which stars Sushant Singh Rajput and Sara Ali Khan has made its way for the masses today. Set against the backdrop of floods, Kedarnath has piqued the interests of the audience to a great extent. Director Abhishek Kapoor who has immense faith in Lord Bholenath brought him closer to […]

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“I never really took a break from television to try my luck in films”: Kriti Kamra

From television to films, Kritika Kamra has certainly made a successful progression. The talented actress became a household name with popular television shows including Kitni Mohabbat Hai and Kuch Toh Log Kahenge and later made her acting debut in Bollywood with Mitron this year. The talented actress, who was recently honoured with the ‘Excellence in […]

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“Content is the core element of a film”: Swapnil Vasant Kapure

The selection in Indian Panorama after winning the National Award increases our responsibility further, said Swapnil Kapure, the director of Bhar Dupari; he was addressing a joint press conference at the International Film Festival of India, Goa today, November 26, 2018, along with Medhpranav Powar, director of Happy Birthday. Kapure shared his belief that content […]

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“National Film Awards motivate us to move forward in right direction”: Praveen Morchhale, Director -Walking with the Wind

National Awards bring focus to our films amidst commercial films: Abhaya Simha, Director, Paddayi Posted On: 27 NOV 2018 3:40PM by PIB Mumbai 27 November 2018 ‘National Film Awards are a pat on the back for us, which motivates us to move forward. Wining & losing awards doesn’t differentiate superior movies from inferior ones. Every […]

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“Coexistence is the only way forward”: S. Nalla Muthu, on Man-Animal Conflict

In a country where hardly any one invests in environmental films, self-funding is the best option to produce quality films, said Shri S. Nalla Muthu, noted cinematographer and director of ‘The World’s Most Famous Tiger’ – showcased in the Non Feature Film section at the 49th International Film Festival of India in Goa. He was […]

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“I would rather celebrate kindness of one percent people than talking about the cynicism of ninety nine percent”: Srijit Mukherji

Directors of five feature films in the Indian Panorama Section of IFFI- 2018 interacted with the media today. Jayraj, Director of Malayalam film Bhayanakam; Kamakhya Narayan Singh, Director of Bhor; Nipun Dharmadhikari, Director of Marathi film Dhappa; Srijit Mukherji, director of Bengali film Uma and Priya Krisnaswamy, Director of Tamil movie ‘Baram’ were of the […]

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Open Forum Discusses the Digital Dilemma of Archiving Process

India’s diverse cinema has caught the attention and imagination of film fraternity across the world. Right from the first silent film Raja Harishchandra in 1913by Dadasaheb Phalke to the present, the country has presented a bouquet of movies that spans regions, languages and cultures. But what happens once these films have lasted their box office […]

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Indian Panorama (Non-Feature) Directors Highlight the Challenges and the Importance OF Non-Feature Films

The directors of the three non-feature films, Gyamo-Queen of the Mountains, Malai and Pamphlet, under the Indian Panorama Section of 49th International Film Festival of India, Goa addressed a press conference today. Rajdeep Paul, the director of the Odia non-feature film Malai, started off by stating that children were the best actors. They are able […]

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