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Azizul Hakim to star in a web film

Azizul Hakim to star in a web film

Noted actor Azizul Hakim has won the hearts of millions over the years with his remarkable performances in theatre, television and films. He has also helmed several tele-fictions and is set to star in a web film for the first time. He will also be traveling to Canada for a ...

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Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega actor Nishant Malkani says shooting a film is much easier than a TV show | tv

Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega actor Nishant Malkani says shooting a film is much easier than a TV show | tv

Actor Nishant Malkani is 31 and portrays the role of a father to three grown up men on TV show Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega. With no grey hair in sight, the actor is seen as the husband of 20-year-old Guddan who owns the title of India’s youngest mother-in-law. In ...

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Just how sexist is that film? There’s an app to find out | more lifestyle

Just how sexist is that film? There’s an app to find out | more lifestyle

Ever wish you could rant about a film’s blatant sexism to more than just your family and friends? A new mobile application called Mango Meter, launched last week in Jakarta, Indonesia, allows users to do just that. Its founders describe it as the world’s “first feminist film review” app. Supported ...

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Emraan Hashmi heads off to Rajasthan to film final schedule of Netflix’s Bard of Blood. See pic | tv

Emraan Hashmi heads off to Rajasthan to film final schedule of Netflix’s Bard of Blood. See pic | tv

Actor Emraan Hashmi will shoot the final schedule of his maiden digital show Bard of Blood in Rajasthan. “Rajasthan bound. Sunday morning flights are like why oh why. Gearing for the last schedule of Bard of Blood,” Hashmi wrote on Instagram along with a photograph clicked before he took a ...

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Offshore entertainment: Check out film museums from around the world | world cinema

Offshore entertainment: Check out film museums from around the world | world cinema

Cinema buffs have been archiving, documenting and displaying film-related material since the birth of filmmaking over 120 years ago. Today, there are museums in every country that has a flourishing film industry. Individual collectors and studios also run their own mini museums – there’s one for Mad Max in Australia, ...

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Hit or flop? A walk through India’s first film museum | bollywood

Hit or flop? A walk through India’s first film museum | bollywood

A group of Class 6 students gather around their guide at the National Museum of Indian Cinema, Mumbai. Before them is a display of seven posters under the title ‘Devdas’. A small board provides the year in which each of the films was released, and adds there have been multiple ...

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Priyanka Chopra to appear on Ellen DeGeneres’ show again, will promote her film Isn’t It Romantic | tv

Priyanka Chopra to appear on Ellen DeGeneres’ show again, will promote her film Isn’t It Romantic | tv

Actor Priyanka Chopra is all set for a whole new round of movie promotions in the US. She will soon begin promoting her upcoming film Isn’t It Romantic and one of her stops will be, The Ellen DeGeneres Show. According to a report in Headline Planet, the actor will shoot ...

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Actor Nabila, Siam Ahmed pair up for web film Lilith

Actor Nabila, Siam Ahmed pair up for web film Lilith

Popular actors, Masuma Rahman Nabila, of Aynabaji fame,  and Siam Ahmed, of Dohon and Poramon 2 fame, have teamed up for the first time to shoot for the web film, Lilith. The duo is set to act under the direction of acclaimed filmmaker Dipankar Dipon, the director of the 2017 ...

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‘Iti, Tomari Dhaka’ to open Jaipur International Film Festival 2019

'Iti, Tomari Dhaka' to open Jaipur International Film Festival 2019

Bangladesh’s first anthology film, Iti, Tomari Dhaka, is set to open the 11th edition of the Jaipur International Film Festival (JIFF) on January 18, in Jaipur, India. The film features an assortment of shorts by eleven exceptionally promising, young directors from the Bangladeshi film fraternity, with Dhaka as its central ...

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The James Ivory Interview: The oldest recipient of an Academy Award ever in an intimate chat about his film Call Me By Your Name and his 40-year relationship with Ismail Merchant | brunch | feature

The James Ivory Interview: The oldest recipient of an Academy Award ever in an intimate chat about his film Call Me By Your Name and his 40-year relationship with Ismail Merchant | brunch | feature

On the morning of March 5 this year, I rose early to watch the live telecast of the 90th Academy Awards. I was particularly invested in one award category; that of Best Adapted Screenplay, and I wept and cheered unabashedly when 89-year-old James Ivory made his way to the Dolby ...

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