Indian films to compete for Asia Pacific Screen Awards
Four Indian films – Goopi Gawaiya Bagha Bajaiya, Monsoon Shootout, The Lunchbox and Menstrual Man have been nominated in various categories of the seventh edition of Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA).
The nominations were announced on Tuesday by Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk. Click here to read more
Sanjay Gupta: Audience is scared of simple melodies
The Kaante director believes coz of item songs viewers are afraid of simple music
Filmmaker Sanjay Gupta says the audience is scared of simple melodies after being served with noise in the name of music and that he has decided not to emphasise on item numbers anymore. Click here to read more
Why is Sunny Deol’s Singh Saab the Great in censor trouble?
Buzz is that the Censor board has banned a song from Deol’s upcoming film
A little birdie tells us that The Central Board of Film Certification has banned a song, Palang Tod from Sunny Deol’s Singh Saab The Great. The board claims that the lyrics of the song are objectionable and cannot be shown on national television. Click here to read more
Tannishtha Chatterjee: Indian Cinema is consumed by Bollywood
Three of her recent films have featured at reputed foreign film festivals and she also takes pride in working with Hollywood stars such as Martin Sheen and Lucy Liu
“I absolutely believe it’s because of interesting independent cinema, both Indian and international, that I have earned popularity as a global star. Click here to read more
Ronit Roy: I was worried about beating up Akshay Kumar onscreen!
If Udaan brought Ronit back into films, Boss has straight-away catapulted him into the big league
Playing the main villain opposite Akshay Kumar, in a commercial potboiler, is in itself a big feat and winning rave reviews for it is adding a feather in his cap. Terming his malicious cop act as brilliant, critics went so far as to give the film half-a-star more just for Ronit Roy. Click here to read more