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Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala fame Aakriti Sharma turns host for the upcoming show ‘Taare Zameen Par’

Kulfi Kumar Bajewala fame Aakriti Sharma embarks on a new journey and she says

Armaan Malik comes up with new English song 'Next 2 me'

After foraying into international music with his English song "Control" a while back, singer Armaan Malik on Friday unveiled English single, "'Next 2 me".

Armaan Malik: You can’t build a fan base if you are fake

Bollywood singer Armaan Malik is out with a new single, Tootey khaab, and fans are applauding not just his singing skills, but also his screen-presence in the music video.

Web is changing the face of cinema: Tisca Chopra

Actress Tisca Chopra, who is making her digital debut with web series "Hostages" and also gearing up for her directorial venture in Bollywood, says high quality production and content in the web space is keeping filmmakers on their toes to deliver good cinema.

Aamir Khan turns 53, Sachin Tendulkar wishes him on birthday

Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan, known for his brilliant acting skills and gifting his fans memorable hit movies, turned 53 on Wednesday.

 

Harmony Chorus bestows its magic on COLORS’ Rising Star 2

Music recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences and penetrates walls to touch the hearts of listeners. COLORS’ LIVE singing reality show, Rising Star 2, with its theme #UthaoSochKiDeewar encourages contestants to break barriers attached to our society and pursue their dreams. A melodious and deep sound has the power to turn a dull day into a bright one. And, lightening up everybody’s mood and lifting the Soch Ki Deewar with their harmonious voice was the ‘Harmonious Chorus’ choir, a bunch of talented kids from Bangalore.

Harmony Chorus bestows its magic on COLORS’ Rising Star 2

Music recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences and penetrates walls to touch the hearts of listeners. COLORS’ LIVE singing reality show, Rising Star 2, with its theme #UthaoSochKiDeewar encourages contestants to break barriers attached to our society and pursue their dreams. A melodious and deep sound has the power to turn a dull day into a bright one. And, lightening up everybody’s mood and lifting the Soch Ki Deewar with their harmonious voice was the ‘Harmonious Chorus’ choir, a bunch of talented kids from Bangalore.

Darsheel Safary: Feels great when people attach performance to memory

"I got into theatre recently and that is another world in itself. I like it so much that I've decided to continue doing theatre with films.

 

Vipin Sharma: Big Production houses should also make films that enlighten audience

You saw him as the overtly strict and dominating father of Ishaan Awasthi (played by Darsheel Safary) in TAARE ZAMEEN PAR and he will be always remembered for his terrific portrayal of Nandkishore Awasth...

SECRET SUPERSTAR 2nd song ‘Meri Pyaari Ammi’ displays mother-daughter’s sweet bond

Bollywood has always portrayed different shades of mother through songs and movies and yet we can't get enough of it. Every time we across a song on mother, we are certainly delighted and get us emotional instantly.

SECRET SUPERSTAR 2nd song ‘Meri Pyaari Ammi’ displays mother-daughter’s sweet bond

Bollywood has always portrayed different shades of mother through songs and movies and yet we can't get enough of it. Every time we across a song on mother, we are certainly delighted and get us emotional instantly. The song on ‘Meri Maa' from Aamir Khan's film TAARE ZAMEEN PAR was a tear-jerker...

Filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj lends his voice for Amole Gupte’s SNIFF!!!

Diving into an explored genre, Eros International’s Trinity Pictures, is all set to release SNIFF!!!, a kids’ adventure film, about an eight-year-old Sikh boy, who acquires a heightened sense of smell and turns a spy...

Pahlaj Nihalani sacked, Film Industry welcomes new CBFC chief

Finally, the great CBFC circus run by the alleged sanskari Pahlaj Nihalani has ended. We reported earlier that Pahlaj Nihalani will be asked to leave, in a dramatic turn around Pahlaj Nihalani was sacked and this noted lyricist was asked to take charge as CBFC chief with immediate effect...

Amole Gupte makes singing debut in SNIFF

Amole Gupte, the man behind acclaimed children-centric films like TAARE ZAMEEN PAR (2007), STANLEY KA DABBA (2011) and HAWAA HAWAAI (2014) is now ready with his next, SNIFF...

Gear up for a new spy!

Sunny Gill, an 8-year-old wonder boy who plays the lead character in this family entertainer that revolves around a young Sikh boy, who is a spy in the making along with his curious gang of extraordinary cohorts.

25 nuggets from Aamir Khan’s career

25 nuggets from Aamir Khan's career

Aamir Khan now in TALAASH of investigative journalists

Aamir now in Talaash of investigative journalists

Cult films or commercially successful films: What does an actor/ star aspire for

Every actor worth his grain who may be immensely commercially successful aspires for a film which is critically acclaimed and establishes his or credentials as a performer par excellence. It has been there from the time, cinema made its debut, and the trend continues even to this day. It is more so pertinent in the case of female stars of the present times, who when they start reaching the wrong side of the age yearn and aspire for 'that' film which would become a cult film and establish them as one of the vital signposts in the cinematic oeuvre and history of the country.

STANLEY KA DABBA: Return to innocence

Amol Gupte has proved that his TAARE ZAMEEN PAR was no fluke in the pan as his next venture as a director, STANLEY KA DABBA has underlined in a rather vivid and kaleidoscopic manner what childhood is all about, and what the present generation of the children, in their quest to become something in life is missing out upon. STANLEY KA DABBA is a proletarian projection of the school for majority of the people of the country, schools which do not have air-conditioned classes, schools where children do not reach spick and span and are proper, but is a school which in the real sense of terms what it used to be. 

Interview : Amol Palekar

Amol Palekar, SAMAANTAR, ONCE AGAIN, RAJNIGANDHA, A WEDNESDAY, TAARE ZAMEEN PAR
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