Colours of Passion News
Nandana Sen: Nudity symbolises woman power in ‘Rang Rasiya’
Hot actor Nandana Sen gets talking about her sensuous scenes in Rang Rasiya
Actor Nandana Sen feels nudity portrayed by her in the film Rang Rasiya symbolises woman power. “Nudity can be depicted in two ways – when you present a women’s body as an object then it’s demeaning to a women. The way a woman’s body has been presented in this film (Rang Rasiya), it celebrates the power of women,” said Nandana. The actor said she received hate mail after news of her role was leaked. Click here to read more
Ketan Mehta’s ‘Rang Rasiya’ to release in November 2011
Ketan Mehta’s film on painter Raja Ravi Varma, titled Rang Rasiya – Colours of Passion, will hit Indian cinema screens in November 2011, the director revealed. The film has finally found a distributor and the producers are working on the dates. Starring Randeep Hooda as Raja Ravi Varma and Nandana Sen as his muse Sugandhabai, the film has been ready for release since 2008 but did not find any takers. However, it was showed at many film festivals in the meantime. Rang Rasiya apparently faced problems due to some sensuous scenes between the lead pair.
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‘Rang Rasiya’ wins at London Indian Film Festival
Ketan Mehta’s film bagged the Audience Award at the second edition of the festival
The 2nd London Indian Film Festival has come to an end, and director Ketan Mehta is one happy man. His “passion project” Rang Rasiya, a biopic on artist Raja Ravi Verma won the much-coveted Audience Award. Said Mehta, “I am thrilled that my passion project has won the Audience Award. The premiere in the historic surroundings of the Victoria & Albert museum was wonderful and the interaction with London audiences was great. This award is icing on the cake.” Click here to read more
Imran Khan goes international!
His next release, Delhi Belly, will have its world premiere in London at the Indian Film Festival that starts at the end of the month
From Satyajit Ray to Abhinav Deo, the world is indeed a stage for Indian cinema. On June 30, the London Indian Film Festival will open at Cineworld, Haymarket, with the Delhi Belly, starring Imran Khan, a film now (in)famous for its controversial song, Bhaag DK Bose. The film releases worldwide the next day, so we look forward to seeing Imran and wife Avantika on the red carpet looking, as always, a glam cutsie pie couple, with maamu Aamir Khan and his jaan Kiran Rao in fond attendance. Click here to read more