Watch Raanjhanaa, Lootera, Ghanchakkar, Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 songs!
New numbers from the forthcoming Bollywood movies released today
Get yourself entertained with four new numbers from Lootera, Raanjhanaa, Ghanchakkar and Yamla Pagla Deewana!
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Malayalam actor-director J Sasikumar honoured with JC Daniel award
The doyen of Malayalam cinema, actor-director J Sasikumar has received the JC Daniel Award, for his outstanding contribution to cinema. The award, instituted in memory of JC Daniel, recognises people who have made a significant impact on the film industry. It comes with a cash reward of Rs 1 lakh, a citation and a memento.
The stalwart is known for creating a record of directing the most number of films – 141, most of which have starred the evergreen Prem Nazir in the lead role. Sasikumar said he was extremely happy on receiving this recognition and dedicated it to Prem Nazir for his love and affection throughout.Click here to read more
I&B Minister to meet Finance Minister to discuss service tax issue
Yesterday, the Information and Broadcasting ministry said it would support the film fraternity’s protest against the government’s decision to levy high service tax on actors. The latest we hear is that the I&B minister Manish Tewari will meet the Union Finance minister to discuss withdrawal of the 12.36 percent service tax. “We are with the industry and will support them entirely,” I&B secretary Uday Kumar Verma told reporters in Mumbai and added, “We will request the finance minister to reconsider the decision. We shall also support the fraternity in their demand to roll back the tax.”
However, Verma said that since I&B ministry has no control over the taxation process, he could not promise if the tax would be rolled back or reduced. Though producers, distributors and exhibitors were kept out of the tax ambit, actors, directors, photographers and choreographers were included. Bollywood is also likely to call for a strike to protest against the decision. “We will decide if we have to call for a strike. It’s not our choice, we are compelled to do so,” Mukesh Bhatt, president of the Film and Television Producers Guild of India, had told IANS earlier this week.Click here to read more