Vishwaroopam 2 trailer to release on Kamal Haasan’s birthday?
The trailer of the spy thriller may release on November 7
Actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan released Vishwaroopam trailer in Auro 3D surround sound on his last birthday, and if everything goes as planned, he is likely to unveil Vishwaroopam 2 trailer on his November 7 birthday. Click here to read more
Kamal Haasan: If I am threatened or troubled again as an artiste, I can leave the country
The actor-director is getting set for the release of Vishwaroopam 2 and has also announced his next, a Tamil-Kannada bi-lingual with Ramesh Aravind
Kamal Haasan kicked up a huge controversy earlier this year when he said that he would leave the country if he was stopped from releasing Vishwaroopam. Now, even as his next venture Vishwaroopam 2 is getting ready to hit the screens, the actor-director says he will not take back his statement. Click here to read more
Farhan Akhtar’s twin wins on Sunday night: GQ Man of the Year and Jagran Awards’ Best Actor!
The Bhaag Milkha Bhaag actor won two trophies on the same night in Mumbai
Who would’ve thought that the über cool director of Dil Chahta Hai would go on to become a great actor (and decent singer) himself? That’s Farhan Akhtar for you. The actor’s lady luck continues with his sixth film as an actor, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (BMB). Click here to read more
Jagran Film Festival 2013: Full festival schedule
The festival began on September 24 and will go on till September 29 in Mumbai
The 4th Jagran Film Festival opened with Israeli-Palestinian film Water at Fun Republic in Mumbai. Bollywood star Akshay Kumar and The Lunchbox actor Nimrat Kaur were present at the opening, among other celebrities. The festival is showcasing films under four sections in its final schedule this year – World Panorama and Indian Showcase. Click here to read more
Will The Good Road win the Oscar and make India proud?
Ever since the Gujarati film – and not The Lunch Box – was announced as India’s official entry for Best Foreign Film at the Academy Awards, there have been heated debates between B-town bigshots vociferously voicing their opinions – some pro, some anti – on Twitter. Who said what? We find out…
Making a relatively low budget but high on concept film called The Good Road (TGR), was indeed a task for debut director Gyan Correa. But the effort has paid off; the Gujarati film not only won a National Award, but is now India’s official entry to the Academy Awards Click here to read more
Gujarati film The Good Road is India’s entry for Oscar!
Debut feature filmmaker Gyan Correa’s Gujarati film has been chosen as India’s entry for the best foreign film category at the Academy Awards 2014. It is perhaps the first Gujarati film to have made it. The Lunchbox and Bhaag Milkha Bhaag are out of the race
Gyan Correa’s National award-winning Gujarati film The Good Road, a lost-and-found story of a small boy, was on Saturday nominated to represent India in the Best Foreign Film category at the Oscars. Click here to read more