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Censor’s damaging us, get a rating system: Abhishek Kapoor

Filmmaker Abhishek Kapoor feels it is high time to create a definite rating system for films, so that a demarcation between sleaze and adult content can be made for the convenience of filmmakers and viewers.


Salman Khan's Mental shooting does not need Sana Khan

Actress Sana Khan is reportedly in hiding after getting embroiled in a controversy surrounding an alleged kidnapping of a 15-year-old girl, but her absence won't affect the shooting of Salman Khan starrer.


Bollywood is in mood for love again!

Much bashed for the fact, but mushy love was Bollywood’s identity for a long time. Movies such as Maine Pyar Kiya and Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge have outlined the definition of love in the country.


Zindagi Bahut Khoobsurat Hai screens at Cannes

Hemwant Tiwary is a familiar face in Mumbai's theatre circles. The years spent in struggle are about to bear fruit. Hemwant Tiwary plays the lead in Bobby Pushkarna's short film Zindagi Bahut Khoobsurat Hai.


Cannes 2013: India makes an impact!

Mercifully, the sun came out blazing on May 19 - the official India Day at Cannes, and my last day at the festival. The sea sparkled a brilliant blue and the yachts were out in full force.


Vashu Bhagnani shuns remake culture

Shunning the remake culture, producer Vashu Bhagnani is moving ahead with a fresh story in his new venture, Humshakal, and says that the film, which stars actors Saif Ali Khan and Riteish Deshmukh will go on the floors in August.


Amitabh Bachchan's Zanjeer turns 40

Most great things almost never happen and nothing could better describe the creation of Hindi cinema's most enduring character, the Angry Young Man.


Aurangzeb gets average box office collections

Arjun Kapoor, Sasha Agha starrer Aurangzeb opened to a dull start on Friday. The Yash Raj Film (YRF) offering managed to earn Rs. 3.92 crore.


Gandhi’s quote to be featured in Satyagraha?

Filmmaker Prakash Jha’s upcoming political drama Satyagraha, is likely to have a quote from Mahatma Gandhi’s autobiography as its prologue.


India at Cannes: 67 yrs young friendship

Several big names from Indian cinema have been associated with the festival. But the fact is that only one film so far has won the prestigious Palm D'Or. Chetan Anand's Neecha Nagar won it in 1946. Read on for all there's to know about India story at Cannes.