Nawazuddin Siddiqui: Cannes took Indian films seriously only after Miss Lovely and Gangs Of Wasseypur
Miss Lovely, which competed in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2012 Cannes festival, will hit the Indian screens January 17
Nawazuddin Siddiqui credits his films Miss Lovely and Gangs of Wasseypur for putting Hindi films on a higher pedestal at the Cannes International Film Festival and says that post their screenings movie aficionados have started taking them seriously. Click here to read more
The Good Road fails to impress Oscar judges, gets eliminated
India’s official entry to the Oscars is now out of the race and there were many other who were unexpectedly shown the door
Gyan Correa’s Gujarati film The Good Road is out of the best foreign film Oscar race after it failed to qualify in the Academy’s latest shortlist. Nine films will advance to the next round of voting in the category for the 86th Academy Awards out of 76 films that had qualified in the category. Click here to read more
Mrinal Sen recovering after surgery
The 90-year-old Dadasaheb Phalke awardee, who paved the way for parallel cinema in India with landmark films like Bhuvan Shome, had slipped on the bathroom floor on Monday
Irrfan Khan’s The Lunchbox at Muhr Asia Africa Awards
The romantic film directed by Ritesh Batra will be competing at the prestigious award function
The Lunchbox, a heartwarming love story that has captured the imagination of audiences the world over was premiered in the Middle East with a gala screening at the 10th Dubai International Film Festival on December 11, 2013. Click here to read more
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt to have four wedding ceremonies!
Brangelina have always been open about their relationship and have done things the larger than life way… Their wedding will follow suit with four ceremonies splurging in four different destinations
Is Aamir Khan following the footsteps of Amitabh Bachchan?
The actor-turned-producer is following in the footsteps of the megastar, who had attended the event last year at his own expense
Bollywood heartthrob Aamir Khan, who is set to attend the opening ceremony of the 11th Chennai International Film Festival (CIFF) on Thursday, will bear his own expenses for the trip to the Tamil Nadu capital just like Amitabh Bachchan had done last year. The eight-day festival is being organised by the Indo Cine Appreciation Foundation in association with the government of Tamil Nadu.Click here to read more