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2 hrs ago | Express India

'Tigers' to release in India in January next year

"It is a global project with Indian and foreign cast and crew, directed by a Bosnian, set in Pakistan, and filmed in four countries including Patiala in India," the 35-year-old actor said. Bollywood actor Emraan Hashmi-starrer 'Tigers', which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival recently, will hit theatres in India in January 2015.

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6 hrs ago | Mid-Day Mumbai

Twinkle Khanna: The shining star

Despite an enviable film lineage, Twinkle Khanna hastily exited Bollywood after an eight-year-long career. She chose interior designing instead and now fashions spaces which speak volumes of her aesthetic sense.

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Related Topix: Twinkle Khanna, Bollywood, Arts, Bobby Deol, Interior Design

10 hrs ago | The Indian Express

Shah Rukh Khana s a Slama tour generates great excitement in US

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan's upcoming promotional tour in the US for his film 'Happy New Year' has generated a lot of excitement not only among his Indian and South Asians fans but also native Americans. Titled 'Slam' , the tour will also have performances by SRK's 'Happy New Year' co-stars Deepika Padukone, Abhishek Bachhan, Boman Irani besides Madhuri Dikshit and Malaika Arora Khan.

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Related Topix: Shahrukh Khan, us Travel, Travel, Bollywood, Arts, North America Travel, Washington D.C. Travel

15 hrs ago | The Indian Express

Imran Abbas Naqvi: I am more than just a pretty face

Pakistani actor Imran Abbas, who made his Bollywood debut with 'Creature 3D', says he hopes the film will silence people back home, who think he is just good looking and cannot act. "People have the wrong conception that I am only about looks and can't act.

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19 hrs ago | ETonline

Jennifer Lawrence Will Co-Chair 2015 Met Gala

Known for her style, Jennifer Lawrence will not only be a fashionista at next year's Met Gala. The Oscar-winning actress will co-chair the 2015 Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit.

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Related Topix: Silver Linings Playbook, Jennifer Lawrence, Arts, Fashion, Designers, Alexander McQueen

Sat Sep 13, 2014

FansShare

Chennai girl Priya Anand reveals enjoyment of being in 'Oru ...' film

During the interview she disclosed that it is surprising that she is an actress as she grew up like many South Indian girls and went to 'patu' class as they is her grand-uncle and thus the thought was that she would become a singer but that was not the case. that the railway station was a popular place to hang out and thus she was able to appreciate it as a place where he likely spent much of his time hanging out with friends.

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The Indian Express

CM's cut: shoot, base films in UP, take home Rs 3 cr

The Akhilesh Yadav government is all set to roll out several sops to attract Bollywood in the state. Under its new film and entertainment policy, which is likely to be cleared in a cabinet meeting on Tuesday, the state government has decided to increase the cash grant to Rs 2 crore to a production unit shooting at least 50 per cent of its film on locations in UP, said Navneet Sehgal, Principal Secretary, Information and Public relations.

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Express India

Copycat no more: Foreign movies get to 'inspire' Bollywood

Bollywood has been presented with an opportunity to remake some of the biggest foreign language box office hits in recent years. Deepika Padukone and Katrina Kaif may soon be taking over from where their famous French counterparts Marion Cotillard and Audrey Tautou have left behind.

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Chicago Sun-Times

TIFF 2014 Interview: The Legendary Liv Ullman

This movie asks a lot of Wiig and Hader. It asks them to navigate territory that's both funny and dramatic, light and raw, goofy and Tsai Ming-Liang's first feature in five years is a mysterious and alienating series of tableaus about the fragility of flesh and the smallness of humanity.

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Related Topix: Arts, Oscars, Theater

WNWN-FM Battle Creek

South Asian women step out of Bollywood, into seri...

A trio of films stepped beyond Bollywood song-and-dance to show South Asian women grappling with male-dominated sport, child marriage, and sexual desire of people with disability in their premieres at the Toronto Film Festival. While the stories told vastly different tales, all sought to challenge their home audiences and provoke change.

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Mid-Day Mumbai

Salman Khan to launch music of Marathi film

Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, who is known to support new talents, will be seen launching the music of the Marathi film "Sanngto Aika...!" here Sep 15. The movie is being produced under new banner Landmarc Films. "I happened to tell Salman sir that I was working on a Marathi project and he, being so supportive and such a great human being, asked me to tell him the story.

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India.com

Kill Dil first look out: Ranveer Singh all set to kill too many Dils

The first look of Yash Raj Film's forthcoming venture Kill Dil is out. The teaser poster features Band Baaja Baraat actor Ranveer Singh with a gun in his hand.

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Big News Network.com

Can't do more than one film at a time: Shah Rukh Khan

In his over two-decade career, Shah Rukh Khan has maintained his on-screen charisma, his craze and an average of two and a half films per year and he wants to keep it that way. The Bollywood Badshah says he has no intention of doing multiple projects at a time because he doesn't want to miss out on enjoying the filmmaking process and indulging in other activities.

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Related Topix: Arts, Chennai Express, Shahrukh Khan, Bollywood

Fri Sep 12, 2014

Mountain View Voice

Mary Kom

Priyanka Chopra stars as a young Indian boxer who overturns gender stereotypes in "Mary Kom." Photo courtesy of SLB Films Pvt.

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Laughing Squid

'Stuff Pick', a Short Art Film That Encapsulates and...

" STUFF PICK " is a short art film by Italian artistic collective Ground's Oranges that encapsulates and exaggerates hipster culture to the point of absurdity. The film was selected as a Vimeo Staff Pick .

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Lancashire Telegraph

Ex-porn star Sunny in twin role for new film

Mastizaade will see Leone in a double role as twins Laila and Lily Lele. The film will also star Tusshar and Vir.

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India.com

Prabhudheva: Bollywood kept me away from Tamil film industry

Chennai, Sep 12 : Actor-filmmaker Prabhudheva says his busy career in Bollywood has kept him away from Tamil filmdom. But he says he plans to direct a Tamil movie soon.

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The Indian Express

Hrithik Roshan raises funds for Jammu and Kashmir flood victims

Bollywood superstar Hrithik Roshan has joined hands with an NGO to help raise funds for the victims of floods in Jammu and Kashmir. The 40-year-old 'Krrish 3' star has taken to crowd-funding site Ketto foundation to raise funds for 200 survival kits.

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Onward State

Bollywood Night is More Than a Celebration of Film

Want to experience what a night out in Mumbai, India would feel like while still being situated in the middle of Pennsylvania? The Penn State Chapter of the Association for India's Development will be hosting its third Bollywood Night Saturday in the Schwab Auditorium. Starting at 6 p.m., students will be able to gain a genuine understanding of Indian culture while enjoying ethnic food such as samosa and experiencing what Bollywood truly has to offer.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

DNA India

Indian monsoon is a cool hit at Toronto film fest

Iceland-born Canadian filmmaker Sturla Gunnarsson with his crew wanted to capture the fervour with which Indians await the monsoon ; A grab from the film "Have you got your raincoats up there?" shouts an elderly film buff at his friend, who is firmly perched in her back row seat at the Scotiabank theatre in downtown Toronto. The teasing question would have made Sturla Gunnarsson, the director of the new documentary film on monsoon, laugh, too.

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