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  • | May 8th, 2014

    Saqib Saleem: Partho Gupte hasn’t realised till date that he has won a National Film award!

    Saqib Saleem: Partho Gupte hasn’t realised till date that he has won a National Film award!

    The Bombay Talkies actor has been appreciated for his acting and he is all set to play a skating coach in his upcoming sports film. Read on to know about the film and his character
    Sitting in the plush Yash Raj Studios, Saqib Saleem spoke to us recently about his upcoming film Hawaa Hawaai, his National award winning co-star Partho Gupte, director Amole Gupte and how being a cricketer helped him in playing his character, Aniket Bhargava. Excerpts from the interview
    The tagline of the film says Kucch sapne sone nahi dete, did you have any such dreams when you were growing up?
    Don’t you? Everyone has. I too had such a dream. I have been a Click here to read more

  • | September 5th, 2013

    After Kick, Shirish Kunder gets kicked out of Karan Johar’s Ungli!

    After Kick, Shirish Kunder gets kicked out of Karan Johar’s Ungli!

    The Joker director was recently shown the exit door and is no longer the editor of KJo’s upcoming film
    Looks like Shirish Kunder’s professional career has hit rock bottom. First his Akshay Kumar- Sonakshi Sinha starrer Joker tanked at the box office. Then Shirish was kicked out from Salman Khan’s Kick. Click here to read more

  • | October 18th, 2011

    ‘Stanley Ka Dabba’ child star wins ‘Best Actor’ at Schlingel Film Fest

    ‘Stanley Ka Dabba’ child star wins ‘Best Actor’ at Schlingel Film Fest

    Amole Gupte, director and father of Partho, is euphoric but the child is more humble
    Partho Gupte, who shot to fame with his stellar performance as the wise but deprived Stanley in his father Amole Gupte’s film Stanley Ka Dabba, has brought home the world’s most prestigious award for a child actor. At the Schlingel International Film Festival which concluded in Chemnitz in Germany Sunday, the 10-year-old won the best actor award from among 130 young actors competing in films from all across the world. The Schlingel festival is the only film festival in the world devoted to films about and for children. Click here to read more