Karan Johar to rub shoulders with Mark Wahlberg at Toronto International Film Festival!
Karan Johar will be a part of Toronto International Film Festival for a particular talk segment. He’ll be joined by Mark Wahlberg and a lot of other celebrities! Click here to read more
OMG: Jennifer Aniston flaunts her nipples – View pics!
The braless actress rocked a little black ensemble at the premiere for her new film Cake
Jennifer Aniston shocked the masses with her recent appearance at the ongoing Toronto International Film Festival. Wearing a LBD, Jen was flaunting her curves and also her nipples. Don’t adjust your eyes coz you read that right! Click here to read more
After Priyanka Chopra, Kalki Koechlin attends TIFF for her film Margarita, With a Straw
Priyanka Chopra wraps up TIFF outing in monochrome- View pics!
The Mary Kom actor was in Toronto recently attending an international film festival…
Priyanka Chopra attended the Toronto International Film Festival yesterday. She picked two subtle outfits for the event: an Alice+ Olivia dress and a Gauri & Nainika couture gown. Click here to read more
Priyanka Chopra turns bartender for her brother Siddharth Chopra!
The Mary Kom actress backs her brother as he makes an entry in hospitality industry
Actress Priyanka Chopra is excited about her younger brother Siddharth’s new venture in the hospitality industry and is trying her best to support it. Click here to read more
Emraan Hashmi’s film Tigers to premiere at Toronto International Film Festival!
Emraan’s character in the film is called Ayan
Indian actor Emraan Hashmi’s debut international project Tigers, directed by the Oscar winning Danis Tanovic, will have its world premiere at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) next month. Click here to read more
Dhanush’s Kaaka Muttai to have world premiere at TIFF!
The film features Babu Anthony and Aishwarya Rajesh in lead roles
Actor Dhanush-produced Tamil drama Kaaka Muttai, which predominantly features newcomers, will have its world premiere at the 39th Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), a festival representative said. Click here to read more
Is Priyanka Chopra afraid of competing with Parineeti Chopra?
It certainly seems so, ‘coz the Exotic babe’s worst nightmare has come true! Yes, Priyanka and her cousin Parineeti’s films are set to clash at the box office come September 6
Now we all know that Priyanka Chopra totally adores her cousin Parineeti Chopra, who not long ago made a smashing debut into Bollywood. And despite being in the same profession, there has been no rivalry between the two Chopra sisters…so far. Click here to read more
Kiran Rao’s Ship of Theseus wins Best Film at Transylvania film fest
Director Anand Gandhi shared the news on Twitter Sunday
Anand Gandhi’s critically acclaimed directorial venture Ship of Theseus, which travelled to more than eight film festivals across the globe, won the best film award at the 12th Transylvania International Film Festival (Festivalul International de Film Transilvania). Click here to read more
Abhay Deol and Dibakar Banerjee attend Toronto International Film Festival 2012Abhay Deol and Dibakar Banerjee were spotted making an appearance at the premiere of their film, Shanghai at the festival
While Abhay Deol looked dapper in semi formals, director Dibakar Banerjee was in his usual bespectacled self. The duo were busy hobnobbing with film enthusiasts and interacting with the audience at the Toronto International Film Festival 2012. Click here to read more
Abhay Deol & Arjun Rampal to walk London red carpet
Cineswami discusses the line-up of the 56th BFI London Film Festival being held in October
Hardships are a hard fact of our hard lives. And in order to spare you these hardships, Cineswami accepted the hardship of a chartered private plane ride and the discomfort of the best suite at The Dorchester offered by the British Film Institute and flew over to London to see what Indian offerings the 56th BFI London Film Festival (October 10- 21) served up. Click here to read more
TIFF 2012: Gangs of Wasseypur, Ishaqzaade, Shahid, Shanghai, Mumbai Cha Raja
Ten films from Mumbai will be showcased in the City to City Programme at the Toronto International Film Festival this year, with a mix of commercial Bollywood and indies
Anurag Kashyap’s six-hour Gangs of Wasseypur continues its festival run. The film, which has a two-part release in India, will have its North American premiere at the 37th Toronto International Film Festival this year. The prestigious fest will showcase eight other Indian movies in the City to City programme. Some of these films have had a theatrical release in India already. But the good news is that there are some new indies with fresh subjects in the line-up. Click here to read more
Sridevi’s imperfect English impresses Canadians!
We mean that Ms Hawa Hawaii’s comeback vehicle titled English Vinglish has been selected for screening at the Toronto International Film Festival
In September 2011, a day before the Mausam premiere, director Pankaj Kapur and his producers cancelled the love saga’s screening for Canadians fans at Toronto International Film Festival. Click here to read more
Freida Pinto’s ‘Trishna’ at IIFI
Hollywood-based Indian actor Freida Pinto-starrer Trishna will be screened Friday at the 42nd International Film Festival of Indian in Panaji. Trishna is about a woman whose life is destroyed by a combination of love and circumstances. Freida, along with director Michael Winterbottom, co-producers Anurag Kashyap and Sunil Bohra as well as composer Amit Trivedi, will attend the screening. The story is based on Thomas Hardy’s classic novel Tess of the D’Urbervilles. Set in contemporary Rajasthan, the film has Trishna (Freida) meeting a wealthy young British businessman Jay Singh (Riz Ahmed) who has come to India to work in his father’s hotel business. After an accident destroys her father’s jeep, Trishna goes to work for Jay, and they fall in love. But despite their feelings for each other, they cannot escape the conflicting pressures of a rural society which is changing rapidly through industrialisation, urbanisation and, above all, education. Trishna’s tragedy is that she is torn between the traditions of her family life and the dreams and ambitions that her education has given her. The film had its international premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) and received rave reviews from critics. The film will have worldwide release in 2012. For the India release, it will be dubbed in eight languages.
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Shriya Saran in MIDNIGHT’S CHILDREN
The first look of Deepa Mehta’s film based on Salman Rushdie’s book
Released exclusively by the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) on Twitter, this picture from Deepa Mehta’s film Midnight’s Children shows actors Shriya Saran and Satya Bhabha getting all lovey-dovey. Click here to read more