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  • | September 15th, 2011

    Mausam faces bad weather, misses TIFF bus

    Mausam faces bad weather, misses TIFF bus

    The Shahid-Sonam-starrer Mausam was supposed to be India’s most prized entry at the Toronto International Film Festival but thanks to the delay in the release, it has been withdrawn from the fest. Though the makers of Mausam tried to clarify and apologize for the last minute change in plan, but the organizers are annoyed. Talking to a news daily, TIFF’s co-director Cameron Bailey said, “Audiences in Toronto have been powerful champions for the promotion and growth of Indian cinema abroad. It’s a shame that our audiences will be left disappointed.” Back home too, the movie has been postponed by a week due to issues raised by the Indian Air Force (IAF). “The film has been postponed to September 23 from September 16 due to two reasons – we had received only a conditional NOC from the IAF and Censor board had given U-certificate but they wanted to review the movie once again,” the film’s director Pankaj Kapur told reporters in Mumbai. This delay will have a ripple effect on the big budget movies that are slated for release in the following weeks, because there is a strong chance that Mausam might eat into their audience or vice versa, which is bad news for all.
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  • | September 12th, 2011

    IAF personnel walk out of ‘Mausam’

    IAF personnel walk out of ‘Mausam’

    We hear that the first screening of Pankaj Kapur’s Mausam that was held earlier this week for the IAF personnel had to be cancelled midway. The reason: the air force personnel attending the screening staged a walk-out midway through the film. No, no, it’s not because they hated the film. It’s because they were summoned by the Air Chief Marshall for an urgent meeting. Fortunately, for the director though the air force men came in the next day and saw the second half of the film. But it’s not over yet, the makers will have to wait a little longer for the IAF to clear the dog-fight sequence in the movie. Let’s hope that with all the delays, the film finally manages to the hit the screens this Friday!
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