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  • | June 28th, 2012

    Vidya Balan, Priyanka Chopra, Shahid Kapoor to inaugurate Indian Film Festival of Melbourne

    Vidya Balan, Priyanka Chopra, Shahid Kapoor to inaugurate Indian Film Festival of Melbourne

    Vidya’s film Kahaani will open the proceedings and Teri Meri Kahaani’s world premiere will be held at the fest
    Expect some friction as the two reported exes of Shahid Kapoor – Vidya Balan and Priyanka Chopra – will be with him in Australia this June. They will travel to the continent for the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM), which will take place from June 11-22. Click here to read more

  • | June 27th, 2012

    ‘Gattu’, ‘Saving Face’, ‘Shala’ win at New York Indian Film Festival

    ‘Gattu’, ‘Saving Face’, ‘Shala’ win at New York Indian Film Festival

    Click to read the entire winners’ list of NYIFF 2012
    The 12th New York Indian Film Festival announced its winners for 2012 at New York University’s Skirball Center for the Arts. The festival was held from May 23-27 at Tribeca Cinemas, Lower Manhattan. Director Rajan Khosa’s much-talked about film Gattu won the top honour of Best Film. Mohammad Samad, the child artiste in Gattu, won Best Young Actor, while Best Director went to Sujay Dahake for Marathi film Shala (School). Click here to read more

  • | March 6th, 2012

    Ali Zafar: Proud that a woman got Pakistan’s first Oscar

    Ali Zafar: Proud that a woman got Pakistan’s first Oscar

    The London Paris New York artiste thinks it’s a great achievement
    Pakistani singer-actor Ali Zafar is happy that Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, a woman, picked up the first Oscar for his country. He describes it as a great feat for all his countrymen. “We are very proud of the fact that a woman has got the first Oscar for Pakistan. Sharmeen got the first Oscar and I have personally had the pleasure of meeting her. What a great achievement for all of us,” the 31-year-old said at the Lavasa Women’s Drive awards. Sharmeen, a Pakistani journalist and documentary filmmaker, won the Oscar for her documentary film Saving Face, which uncovers the story of hundreds of people, mostly women who become acid attack victims in her country. The movie won the best documentary (short) at the 84th Academy Awards. Click here to read more