Indira Gandhi News
Director Manish Gupta is waiting for Vidya Balan and the Gandhi family’s approval to make the Indira Gandhi biopic!
Vidya Balan had mentioned in an interview that she wants to play Indira Gandhi in a movie and looks like she has been presented with an opportunity!
Recently, in an interview to After Hrs, Vidya Balan confessed that she’d like to play Indira Gandhi on screen. Soon after, she was approached for a biopic on the former India PM by Rahasya director Manish Gupta. Click here to read more
Vidya Balan wants to star in an Indira Gandhi biopic!
The Hamari Adhuri Kahani actress has been offered quite a few biopics till now but a film on Indira Gandhi is what she wishes to do…
Vidya Balan received tremendous respect as an actor after she played the character based on Silk Smitha in The Dirty Picture. Click here to read more
Mammootty desires to buy India’s first Maruti 800
The National Award winner is apparently saddened by the once famous car’s current plight. Click to read more…
Malayalam megastar, Mammootty, always had a fascination for cars. He is said to be a proud owner of a Jaguar, BMW, Landcruiser and other assorted fancy cars. But currently he had set his eyes on one of India’s most famous vintage cars, the first Maruti 800.Click here to read more
Mallika Sherawat: I would love to play Indira Gandhi!
The Dirty Politics star wants to portray India’s first female prime minister on silver screen
After starring in Dirty Politics, actress Mallika Sherawat says she would love to feature in a biopic on late prime minister Indira Gandhi. Click here to read more
Shocking: Amitabh Bachchan in legal trouble – Find out why!
Sr Bachchan has been summoned by a Los Angeles Federal Court
Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan has been summoned by a Los Angeles Federal Court over a controversial slogan in 1984 following the assassination of then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Click here to read more
Vir Das-Soha Ali Khan’s next film to be called 31st October?
The film set in the backdrop of 1984 riots was earlier titled as Jaane Kyon
Vir Das and Soha Ali Khan starrer 1984 riots-based film Jaane Kyon is likely to be called 31st October. Click here to read more
Chacha Chaudhary creator, cartoonist Pran Kumar Sharma passes away at the age of 75
The famous cartoonist was battling with cancer
Cartoonist Pran Kumar Sharma, the man who created the famous Indian comic character Chacha Chaudhary breathed his last in New Delhi today (August 6) after battling with cancer. He was 75 years old. Click here to read more
Amitabh Bachchan inaugurates university scholarship on his name in Australia
Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan on Friday (May 2) awarded a prestigious PhD scholarship to an Indian student incepted by the Melbourne based La Trobe University under his name as ‘Shri Amitabh Bachchan Sholarship’.
At a function organised by the university in Melbourne, Amitabh Bachchan, 71, presented La Trobe graduate Roshan Kumar.
La Trobe University Vice CHancellor John Dewar said it was an exciting and important day for the university. “It is both an honour and delight to host the legendary film actor Amitabh Bachchan at the Melbourne campus of the University. Click here to read more
Will funny man Vir Das be able to convince as a serious Sikh?
The stand-up comedian turned actor would be playing a serious role for the first time. Will he be able to pull it off? We wonder…
Funny man Vir Das has been roped in by National award winning director, Shivaji Patil for his upcoming film based on the 1984 Delhi riots. We had informed you before, that Soha Ali Khan was going to play the Sikh wife in this real life story, which is based on the 24 hours post the assassination of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Click here to read more
Narendra Modi mourns Suchitra Sen’s death on Twitter
The reclusive screen goddess died at a Kolkata nursing home early Friday following a massive cardiac arrest. She was 82.
Suchitra Sen was a “fine actress” who made a “monumental contribution” to Indian cinema, the Bharatiya Janata Party’s prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi, tweeted Friday, mourning the veteran’s death. Click here to read more
10 less known facts about Suchitra Sen, the first Paro of Bollywood
The most famous Bengali leading lady passed away this morning. But the nuances of her career will always give her iconic status. Here are some little known facts about the beautiful actor…
Suchitra Sen, who passed away this morning, was the most famous Bengali heroine of all time. Her career graph climbed steadily, even as her personal life went through ups and downs. The diva was the first to portray the character of Paro in Bollywood. Click here to read more
Who are Robert De Niro’s personal heroes?
The Academy Award winning actor says that he looks up to Mahatma Gandhi and Indira Gandhi. Read on
Recently,Robert De Niro, was in Goa, India to attend the ongoing THiNK Fest 2013. The actor might be a legend himself but his real life heroes don’t include many from the filmdom. Click here to read more
In memoriam – Krishna Shah, the man who gave us the immortal Shalimar
Cineswami pays a tribute to the late Indian filmmaker who was also a familiar figure at the American film market
Hum bewafa hargiz na the, par hum wafa kar na sake – a line from one of the many immortal Pancham-da songs from Shalimar, also known as Raiders Of The Sacred Throne, one of the most accomplished Indian-Hollywood collaborations ever made. Click here to read more
Midnight’s Children to release on February 1 in India, with the correct Indian map, of course!
PVR Pictures is bringing the movie based on Salman Rushdie’s controversial novel to Indian theatres, and filmmaker Deepa Mehta assures audiences that she has replaced the incorrect Indian map shown in the film
Canada-based Indian filmmaker Deepa Mehta’s ambitious project Midnight’s Children – big screen adaptation of Salman Rushdie’s Booker Prize-winning controversial novel of the same name – is set to hit Indian screens February 1. PVR Pictures is releasing the movie that features actors Click here to read more
Trouble begins for Deepa Mehta’s Midnight’s Children
Political parties protest after the Indian premier of Midnight’s Children saying that the movie hurts their sentiments
Bollywood it seems just can’t get rid of some political party or the other meddling in its affairs. And director Deepa Mehta, who premiered Click here to read more