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Queens! Destiny of Dance News

  • | July 19th, 2012

    Mamata Banerjee: How about a Bollywood movie on her life?

    Mamata Banerjee: How about a Bollywood movie on her life?

    Cineswami has a new passion – the lovely Mamata-di of Poschim Bongo, and he says there should be a film on the politician
    You might be wondering, gentle reader, as to why the spectre of politics is disgracing these pages meant to carry graceful accounts of the altogether more noble, if not clean, entertainment industry. Not to worry, Cineswami will provide a connection, however specious it may be. Straight off the bat, if the likes of Amitabh Bachchan, Vinod Khanna, Dharmendra, Govinda and Jaya Prada can have political links, certainly Cineswami can. That’s not even looking at highly politicised Tamil Nadu, where every single chief minister since 1967 has either been an actor, actress or screenwriter. And Andhra Pradesh was ruled by the late, great NTR. But, we digress. We must return to the object of Cineswami’s passion, the lovely Mamata-di. The graceful lady swept away more than three decades of communist rule in West Bengal and proved the power of democracy by winning with a brute majority. Click here to read more

  • | June 28th, 2012

    ‘Queens! Destiny of Dance’ shines at LA Movie Awards 2012

    ‘Queens! Destiny of Dance’ shines at LA Movie Awards 2012

    The film has won six awards including Best Director for David Atkins and Best Supporting Actor for Seema Biswas
    Queens! Destiny of Dance – a film on the transgender or hijra community in India – has won six awards at the Los Angeles Movie Awards (LAMA) 2012. Click here to read more

  • | June 27th, 2012

    London Indian Film Festival 2012: List of Indian films being screened

    London Indian Film Festival 2012: List of Indian films being screened

    Gangs of Wasseypur, Gandu, Queens! Destiny of Dance and Dekh Indian Circus are just a few of the Indian films at LIFF 2012, being held from June 20-July 3
    Just two days before its release in India (June 22), Anurag Kashyap’s Gangs of Wasseypur will premiere at the 2012 London Indian Film Festival (LIFF) as its opening film. Click here to read more