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MF Hussain News

  • | February 6th, 2014

    After football which is the next sport on John Abraham’s list?

    After football which is the next sport on John Abraham’s list?

    The JA Entertainment owner is not just going to act in a sports biopic but would also be producing the same
    Biopics are the flavour of the season. Every director is coming up with a film on some famous personality’s life. The latest to join the bandwagon is a biopic on Gama Pehlwan, better known as the Great Gama. The film might go on floors by the mid of this year and would be shot mainly in North India. Click here to read more

  • | October 25th, 2013

    Gulshan Grover: I can’t be part of cheap films!

    Gulshan Grover: I can’t be part of cheap films!

    But he is happy with his current projects, says the Sooper Se Ooper actor who has also starred in Hollywood flicks
    Actor Gulshan Grover, whose Sooper Se Ooper released Friday (October 25), says his limitation as an actor is that he can never do cheap and downmarket films. “I don’t want to do movies which I can’t watch with my family Click here to read more

  • | June 27th, 2012

    Madhuri, Anushka, Vidya: MF Husain’s B’wood obsessions!

    Madhuri, Anushka, Vidya: MF Husain’s B’wood obsessions!

    Know about the late artist’s many muses from B-town
    Artist MF Husain, who died on June 9, 2011 in London, might have irked some people for his paintings of nude Hindu deities, but our Bollywood ‘devis’ only reciprocated his love for them by being overwhelmed by his work, his talent and his adoration. His first Bollywood muse was Madhuri Dixit. So besotted was he by her, that he watched her superhit film Hum Aapke Hain Koun…! 70 times! Click here to read more

  • | November 30th, 2011

    MF Husain documentary to be screened at IFFI

    MF Husain documentary to be screened at IFFI

    A film documentary by late painter MF Husain will finally be screened at the ongoing 42nd International Film Festival of India despite right wing protests, said organisers Tuesday. Speaking to reporters, festival director Shankar Mohan said Husain’s documentary Through the Eyes of a Painter would “definitely be screened” Wednesday, but a slot had not been finalised yet. “We are looking for a slot. It will definitely be screened,” he said. Mohan had said Saturday that the screening of the documentary, which is part of a homage by the film fraternity to the artist who died this year, had been ‘deferred’ after protests from right wing organisation Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS), which had claimed that screening of the documentary would amount to contempt of court as a case regarding the screening of the film was ‘sub judice’. Rajshree Gadekar, chief of the women’s wing of HJS said the 1967 film shot by Husain and produced by the Films Division of India (FDI) should not be screened at the festival because the painter had insulted India. Mohan said the IFFI organisers had sought advice “in our own way and arrived at clarity on the matter”.
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  • | November 11th, 2011

    Madhuri gets emotional

    Madhuri gets emotional

    Late MF Husain’s muse, Madhuri Dixit talks about her last conversation with the legendary artist
    In a recent intrview, Marathi mulgi remembers her final conversation with Late MF Husain. “The last time I spoke to him was more than a month back. He was so excited about that project on 100 Years Of Cinema. Click here to read more

  • | July 26th, 2011

    Amole Gupte: Bollywood is a minefield

    Amole Gupte: Bollywood is a minefield

    The ‘creative director’ of the acclaimed Taare Zameen Par (TZP) talks about his award-winning film Stanley Ka Dabba (SKD) and his tryst with the bad, mad world of Hindi movies
    We were surprised to hear that you are part of Abbas-Mustan’s Players
    No, I am not. Though Abbas-Mustan are wonderful people, our worlds are totally different. The media keeps writing strange things. The last I heard, I was essaying the life of RD Burman in some film, which is totally not true. My primary passion is poetry and writing… I am just leveraging the power of cinema to get a wider audience to the cause closest to my heart: child welfare. Click here to read more