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Through a six-part documentary, filmmaker Onir wants to take his viewers through the lives of Vrindavan's widows, who are disowned by their children after the death of their husbands.

How far can you go to fulfil your dreams? Are you ready to sacrifice your soul in the pursuit of a career and a better life?

National Award-winning director Onir has said that Shab, featuring Raveena Tandon, is the most mainstream movie that he has made.

What happens breakup ke baad in Bollywood? You do a film together. The industry is no stranger to signing exes as the lead pair in films, and the trend continues in 2017 with projects..

Film maker Onir's upcoming film Shab is in trouble. A member from the team was travelling through Brussels with the film's stock, when the recent attack happened.

Filmmaker Onir was recently in Delhi shooting for a documentary. The director is making a film on children with Down syndrome, and feels strongly about the subject.

Filmmaker Onir is miffed with the Indian Censor Board for deleting scenes from his recently-released movie.

The US Supreme Court's decision to make samesex marriages legal across all the 50 states in America led to celebrations and cheer not just by Hollywood celebs, but back home in Bollywood too.

On August 18, the CBI arrested the CEO of the Censor Board of Film Certification - Rakesh Kumar - in an alleged bribery case. Since then, many directors and actors have criticised the functioning of the Censor Board [CB].

In 2010, Onir made his National Award-winning film, I Am, with money raised through crowdfunding. Now, as he gets set to produce a movie directed by Bikas Mishra, another film-maker has stepped in to offer support.

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