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Salman Khan’s Prem Ratan Dhan Payo co-star Swara Bhaskar is impressed with Tamil film industry
The Raanjhanaa actress is very happy with the southern filmmakers she has worked with…
Swara Bhaskar has been admiring the Tamil film industry for a while now. She has acted with R. Madhavan and Dhanush in her films Tanu Weds Manu and Raanjhanaa and found them to be good people apart from being great actors. But a stint in the experimental film X brought her closer to the Tamil industry and the the working of its technical crew. Click here to read more
Ankhon Dekhi wins big in Madrid!
Rajat Kapoor’s low budget flick Ankhon Dekhi may have failed at box office, but it was adjudged as the Best Film at ImagineIndia Film Festival
Rajat Kapoor’s Ankhon Dekhi has won Best Film at the annual ImagineIndia Film Festival in Madrid. Sagar Desai won Best Music for his compositions for the film. Sampat Pal Devi won Best Female Protagonist for Nishtha Jain’s documentary Gulabi Gang. Kaushik Ganguli won a Special Mention for his Satyajit Ray homage film Apur Panchali. Click here to read more
Ankhon Dekhi promo: Sanjay Mishra’s acting is captivating and funny!
The Saare Jahaan Se Mehnga actor shows reality and does not forget to make us laugh
Rajat Kapoor has been trying to complete his venture, Ankhon Dekhi for a long time now. The unavailability of funds was the prime reason and he was vocal about it on Twitter as well. It was all because of that tweet, that he found a good producer in Nigeria based businessman, Manish Mundra. Now we get to see the real deal.
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Why did Rajat Kapoor decide to quit films?
The Bheja Fry actor was frustrated and poured all his angst out on twitter. He even decided to get back to theatre. Read on to know why…
Rajat Kapoor had decided to quit films and get back to stage because he was angry with the film fraternity. He though that he’d rather leave B-Town’s chakaachaundh and start doing plays instead. Why, you ask? Click here to read more
Rajat Kapoor: The camera loves Gul Panag
The Fatso director talks about his forthcoming film, his passion for cinema and the changing scenario of Bollywood which gives him hope
He made his presence felt in Farhan Akhtar’s debut film, Dil Chahta Hai and since then Rajat Kapoor has made a name for himself as an indie filmmaker churning out niche projects like Mithya and Mixed Doubles that defy existing industry norms. Click here to read more