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PVR Director’s Rare: Fire in the Blood to be screened in three more cities

3 years ago 0
The documentary has enjoyed a successful third week in Mumbai theatres and will now be shown in Mangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai as well Thanks to an overwhelming response Indian documentary Fire in the Blood is enjoying a successful run in Mumbai. Now the plans are to screen the documentary in cities like Mangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai […] Read Article ▶
Joy Mukherjee in Love in Bombay

Joy Mukherjee’s Love in Bombay to release on August 2

3 years ago 1
Yes, the late actor-director’s unreleased movie, made 40 years ago, will hit theatres this August Joy Mukherjee, Waheeda Rehman, Kishore Kumar and Ashok Kumar are set to return to the big screen with Love in Bombay. The movie was made by Mukherjee 40 years ago in 1973 but unfortunately hadn’t released. Read Article ▶
Celluloid Man trailer: Rajkumar Hirani, Kamal Haasan and Dilip Kumar pay tribute to archivist PK Nair

Celluloid Man trailer: Rajkumar Hirani, Kamal Haasan and Dilip Kumar pay tribute to archivist PK Nair

3 years ago 0
The legends of Indian cinema fondly remember the film archivist whose love for movies has made it possible for us to hold on to some cinematic legacy Although India was among the first countries in the world to make movies, the way the films were archived and preserved is a really sad story. Many precious […] Read Article ▶
When Resul Pookutty appreciated 10ml Love, I thought he was just being nice to me: Sharat Katariya

When Resul Pookutty appreciated 10ml Love, I thought he was just being nice to me: Sharat Katariya

4 years ago 0
The Bheja Fry writer makes his directorial debut with the Rajat Kapoor-Tisca Chopra starrer 10ml Love. He has been around for a long time, and has been working in close collaboration with Rajat and gang ever since he started out. Sharat Katariya learned filmmaking from Jamia Millia Islamia in Delhi, and came to Mumbai to […] Read Article ▶
HARUD trailer: Aamir Bashir turns director

HARUD trailer: Aamir Bashir turns director

4 years ago 0
The A Wednesday actor’s directorial debut will see the light of day later this month  Aamir Bashir the actor has been around for quite some time now. We have seen him on the big screen, on the idiot box, in serials and many advertisements too. But now, meet Aamir Bashir the director. Read Article ▶
Supermen of Malegaon movie review: Frank and funny

Supermen of Malegaon movie review: Frank and funny

4 years ago 0
A documentary on the making of Malegaon Ka Superrman brings a smile to your face as you experience the way and whims of the delightfully quirky movie industry in the small town called Malegaon An award-winning documentary film called Supermen of Malegaon, made by Faiza Khan in 2008, gets a theatrical release in 2012. A […] Read Article ▶
MALEGAON KA SUPERRMAN trailer: Promising entertainer

MALEGAON KA SUPERRMAN trailer: Promising entertainer

4 years ago 0
Watch the trailer of Faiza Ahmed Khan’s documentary film set in a small village of Maharashtra It is probably one of the best times for indie filmmakers, as PVR’s Director’s Rare is releasing ‘hatke’ films that otherwise might have never found a commercial release. Read Article ▶
‘Love, Wrinkle-free’ movie review: A good coming of middle age film

‘Love, Wrinkle-free’ movie review: A good coming of middle age film

4 years ago 0
Sandeep Mohan’s directorial debut is commendable, despite the few stray ends that he leaves to the viewers’ imagination Love, Wrinkle-free is an indie film by director Sandeep Mohan, that wouldn’t have been released in the theaters, if not for PVR’s Director’s Rare arm. A slice of life film set in Goa, LWF is about the Monteiro family […] Read Article ▶
CHAURAHEN movie review: Rich, layered yet light-hearted

CHAURAHEN movie review: Rich, layered yet light-hearted

5 years ago 1
The film is a masterstroke by director Rajshree Ojha The four stories, originally written by Nirmal Varma, come together in a mysterious melange of pain, longing and tentative redemption in Chaurahen. In her other film Aisha, director Rajshree Ojha gave us no clue of her affinity to such an intimate contact with the deepest recesses […] Read Article ▶