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  • | July 30th, 2014

    James Garner died of heart attack!

    James Garner died of heart attack!

    The Maverick actor’s death certificate revealed that he suffered from a coronary artery disease
    Legendary Hollywood actor James Garner, who died earlier this month, passed away following a heart attack, his death certificate has revealed. Click here to read more

  • | July 20th, 2014

    Legendary actor James Garner passes away

    Legendary actor James Garner passes away

    Veteran actor died at the age of 86
    Garner died Saturday, but the cause of his death is not known yet, reports tmz.com. Legendary Hollywood actor James Garner, known for his roles in movies like The Rockford Files and The Notebook, is dead. He was   86.
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  • | July 3rd, 2014

    The Notebook director Nick Cassavetes reveals Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams didn’t get along on the sets

    The Notebook director Nick Cassavetes reveals Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams didn’t get along on the sets

    The director stated that the two actors faced a hard time on the sets as they couldn’t get along with each other
    “Maybe I’m not supposed to tell this story, but they were really not getting along one day on set. Really not,” Cassavetes told a popular music channel, as reported by a news portal.Click here to read more

  • | December 21st, 2013

    The Good Road not good enough for an Oscar?

    The Good Road not good enough for an Oscar?

    The film was chosen to represent India but its already out of the Oscar race
    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has announced a list of nine films that will advance to the next round of voting in the Foreign Language Film category and Indian director Gyan Correa’s film The Good Road, is out of the race. Click here to read more

  • | October 8th, 2013

    The Good Road faces a tough road ahead at the Oscars!

    The Good Road faces a tough road ahead at the Oscars!

    Cineswami shares the list of competing films in the Oscar Best Foreign Language Film category, and chooses his Top 5
    The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have revealed the full list of submissions in the Oscar Foreign Language Film category. Seventy-six films have been submitted, the highest in Oscar history. Gyan Correa’s The Good Road is up against some truly worthy contenders. The frontrunner this year was Cannes winner Blue Is The Warmest Colour Click here to read more

  • | September 28th, 2012

    Why are the Barfi! actors silent over the plagiarism fiasco?

    Why are the Barfi! actors silent over the plagiarism fiasco?

    Birdies have created mayhem chirping about how the Ranbir Kapoor-Priyanka Chopra-Ileana D’Cruz starrer is nothing but a bhel-puri of scenes lifted from many world movies. Now doesn’t the cast have anything to say on this matter?
    When Barfi! released about a couple of weeks ago, audiences were floored by its magical simplicity and the touch of sheer perfection. But then doubts over the so-called ‘perfection’ were raised. ‘Coz, c’mon, could any movie be THAT good, birdies wondered. Click here to read more

  • | September 25th, 2012

    Video: The sources from where Barfi! was copied exposed!

    Video: The sources from where Barfi! was copied exposed!

    Cineswami reveals the various films Ranbir Kapoor’s Barfi! was stolen from. Curious to know more? Then, read on and checkout the video!
    Last week, Cineswami reported the striking similarities between Mani Ratnam’s Thiruda Thiruda and Anurag Basu’s Barfi!. It has now emerged that much of Basu’s well-reviewed film is a pastiche of scenes blatantly copied from a variety of films across the world. Treat this as a spoiler alert but it shouldn’t matter, as you shouldn’t be spending your hard earned money supporting thieves anyway. There is an ongoing debate saying that the fact that the film is copied shouldn’t matter if the end product is good. The real issue is this. Is Bollywood so bereft of ideas that the industry has to steal all the time? Click here to read more

  • | September 12th, 2012

    HONGE JUDAA NA HUM review: Way too mushy!

    HONGE JUDAA NA HUM review: Way too mushy!

    Episode 1 of Honge Judaa Na Hum failed to impress us. Aamna Sharif’s thespian skills are decent, but Raqesh Vashisht goes over-the-top, and we don’t quite like that about him
    In Honge Judaa Na Hum, Rohan (Raqesh Vashisht) surprises his lady love on her birthday by beautifying a room with flowers, teddy bears and heart shaped greeting cards. If you don’t have an appetite for mush, this show is sure to get on your nerves. Click here to read more

  • | September 7th, 2012

    Is Hongey Judaa Na Hum another page from Nicholas Sparks’ novel The Notebook?

    Is Hongey Judaa Na Hum another page from Nicholas Sparks’ novel The Notebook?

    The newest show on Sony Entertainment Television is all set to begin on September 10. As it is set to join the prime time slot, we wonder how much of it is actually ‘inspired’
    Thanks to the oh-so-many promos of that Hongey Judaa Na Hum it’s no secret that it’s the story of two lovers – Muskaan (played by Aamna Sharif) and Rohan (played by Raqesh Vashisht) who get a chance to begin their mushy love story all over again. Click here to read more