Deepti Naval: Happy to have worked with Rituparno Ghosh in 'Memories in March', wanted him to bring out the best in me
It hasn't been easy for Deepti Naval to find distributors for her debut directorial venture 'Do Paise Ki Dhoop, Chaar Aane Ki Baarish'. But the film, which was premiered in the market section of 2009 Cannes Film Festival and lauded for the subject it deal with, is expected to be released soon. In Leh to attend the screening of 'Do Paise Ki Dhoop, Chaar Aane Ki Baarish' at Ladakh International Film Festival, the actress-turned-filmmaker spoke exclusively to IBNLive about the film's subject, the dearth of quality cinema and recalled her experience when she shared the screen space with Rituparno Ghosh.
'Do Paise Ki Dhoop, Chaar Aane Ki Baarish' is about the complexity of relationships and how they are handled in the present times. Has it been a tough battle to find the right distributor who could understand and handle the sensitivity of the subject of your film?
New Delhi: Raghavendra Rathore's designs always have an old world charm of Rajasthan and royalty.
And through his bridal collection, which he presented here at the sixth edition of the BMW India Bridal Fashion Week (IBFW) 2014, he hopes to make dhoti a trendy outfit for men.
Chennai: On the occasion superstar Mahesh Babu's 39th birthday Saturday, the makers of his upcoming Telugu actioner 'Aagadu' released a special 52-second teaser for his fans.
This is the second teaser of the film since it went on floors.
Mumbai: The news that Anurag Basu has signed Ranbir Kapoor for his next film to begin in 2015, spread like wildfire via Facebook. But the filmmaker has reached out to his fans on Twitter to deny the news saying it's a fake account.
"There is news article abt me signing RK for my next in 2015 - this came out of a post in my FAKE FACEBOOK ACCOUNT," Basu tweeted Friday.
Aamir Khan, who has left many intrigued and others ridiculing him over his nude look in the poster of his upcoming film 'PK', has come under attack from a Congress legislator in Mumbai, who wants the actor to withdraw the "vulgar" poster.
"Through media, I would like to convey to Aamir that the poster is in bad taste. It has appeared in several newspapers and has gone viral on social media," Vile Parle MLA Krishna Hegde said.
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Mumbai: Filmmaker Bharat Ratan Bhushan asserts that he has directed 'Tamanchey', but producer Suryaveer Singh Bhullar rubbishes his claim saying that the former is just trying to "blackmail" him.
Earlier it was reported that Navneet Behal has directed the film and his name also appears on the film's poster and in the trailer.
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Mumbai: Actor-producer Anil Kapoor, whose career in the filmdom spans over three decades and who has garnered fame in Hollywood as well, says criticism motivates him to work harder and that's why sometimes he waits for people to make fun of him or criticise him.
The 57-year-old shared his thoughts while speaking at a panel discussion organised for the Hollywood film 'The Gentleman's Wager' here.