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Dilwale Review

Dilwale Review

December 22, 2015

Rohit Shetty’s much-awaited film Dilwale finally hit theatres on 18th December 2015. Starring Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon, was foreseen as one of the biggest releases of 2015. However, the film failed to keep up to the expectations, especially as it also...

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The Downfall of Ranbir Kapoor

The Downfall of Ranbir Kapoor

December 14, 2015

Ranbir Kapoor, the fourth generation actor of the renowned ‘Kapoor family’ of the Hindi cinema who is a favourite amongst female audiences of the country is perhaps no longer a favourite of the box office numbers. That is yet again proven by the results of his latest release ...

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Island City

Island City

December 7, 2015

Ruchika Oberoi’s Island City produced by National Film Development Corporation (NFDC) has won the Fedora prize for the best young director in the sidebars of the Venice Film Festival, 2015.   In the international film festivals such as the Cannes Film Festival, Venice Film...

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International Film Festival: Goa, The countdown begins

International Film Festival: Goa, The countdown be...

November 18, 2015

GOA IS ALL SET TO HOST 45TH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIvAL OF INDIA, WITH A FOCUS ON CHINA. THE FESTIvAL WILL SCREEN 26 FEATURE AND15 NON-FEATURE FILMS. With Goa’s peculiar culture and hospitable atmosphere, the state will soon become an international film festival venue like Cann...

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Haider: Little more than kin less than kind
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ALIIFF Kochi Film Festival
Citylights, Une immigration qui tourne au drame
Series – Cinema Maestros and Iconic Films of India (2)

Series – Cinema Maestros and Iconic Films of Ind...

November 2, 2015

With his Chaplinesque character of Raju, from the classic ‘Awaara’ (1951) to ‘Mera Naam Joker’ (1970), Raj Kapoor established a universal figure of a poor man confronted with adversities that most of the contemporary Indian movies seem to have forgotten. He changed Indian...

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