HAZAARON KHWAISHEIN AISI

  • Sudhir Mishra: What kind of male morons are we portraying in our cinema? December 2, 2013

    Mumbai: "Where are the soft, slightly unsure men with doubt and longing in their hearts?" asks filmmaker Sudhir Mishra, who feels men are not portrayed appropriately in Indian cinema. Mishra, known for directing movies like 'Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi', 'Chameli', and 'Yeh Saali Zindagi', took to microblogging site Twitter to express his...
  • Sudhir Mishra: 'Inkaar' is about love and ambition January 19, 2013

    New Delhi: Director Sudhir Mishra has always portrayed strong female protagonists in his films and his latest offering 'Inkaar' is no exception. In an interview with IBNLive, Mishra talks about what motivated him to write women characters that can carry their own burden. "Things depend a lot on your personal experiences....
  • Inkaar: 10 life lessons from Sudhir Mishra's films January 17, 2013

    New Delhi: From writing the screenplay of 'Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron' to directing 'Inkaar', Sudhir Mishra has witnessed a lot of changes around him and the Hindi film industry. Such an arduous journey gets reflected in his films which put limelight on different shades of relationships. A careful look on...
  • Sudhir Mishra: Why love scenes are unsafe for kids? November 25, 2012

    Panaji: For kids "violence is okay, but love is not" is a condescending double standard that plagues most Indian censors, says director Sudhir Mishra. Speaking during an interactive session at the ongoing 43rd International Film Festival of India (IFFI), Mishra said the outlook of Indian censors needed to be relooked...
  • Industry is warmer to me than before: Shiney Ahuja August 26, 2012

    New Delhi: Shiney Ahuja is calmer and introspective after his unforeseen tryst behind the bars and that's because the actor strongly believes in learning out of all bitter and sweet experiences. The one positive thing in his tough phase, he says, has been the growth in the warmth of...
  • Sudhir Mishra's 'Mehrunissa' awaits Big B's nod July 29, 2012

    New Delhi: Filmmaker Sudhir Mishra is planning to make a political drama on the lines of his widely acclaimed 2005 film 'Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi'. Mishra says he has not yet decided the cast of the film, which is tentatively titled 'Har Khwahish Par Dum Nikle'. "I am planning to make a...
  • Chitrangada struggling to get over her 1st film May 1, 2012

    Mumbai: Actress Chitrangada Singh, whose performance in her debut film 'Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi' was acclaimed by critics and audience alike, says even after nine years she is struggling to get over her character of Geeta Rao. "I don't know if I have still managed to make people forget Geeta Rao and...
  • Hot Yoga reverses Sudhir Mishra's aging process March 30, 2012

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Sudhir Mishra is currently on an alltime high. Ever since the 53year old filmmaker discovered Hot Yoga he has begun to feel the change, espeically in his grey hair, which has begun go back to black. "I wouldn't have noticed it if my friends hadn't pointed it out. My...
  • Chitrangada happy with move to commercial cinema December 17, 2011

    Mumbai: Dusky actress Chitrangada, who started her career with offbeat film 'Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi' in 2003, is glad she finally tried her hand at some commercial cinema this year. The actress was seen in 'Desi Boyz' recently and is happy with the way the year shaped up. "The year has been really...
  • No differences with Sudhir Mishra: Chitrangda May 13, 2010

    Agra: Chitrangda Singh has refuted rumours that she had differences with director Sudhir Mishra while shooting for Sali Zindagi saying it was just a 'difference of opinion'. "There was nothing of that sort. It was just a difference of opinion about how we actually had to shoot a certain song in...
  • 'I'd love to be famous doing good work' September 17, 2009

    Chitrangada Singh does very few movies but her performance is always appreciated by the critics. She started her career with Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi and has been very choosy when it comes to signing films. CNNIBNs Rohit Khilnani met the actress and spoke to her about her being choosy about films...
  • I left films because I felt betrayed: Chitrangada April 7, 2008

    Mumbai: After a stellar performance in Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi and Kal Yesterday And Tomorrow, actress Chitrangada Singh bowed out of the industry because she felt 'betrayed' and cheated. "Things got sour when I started getting bad press about my husband (golfer Jyoti Randhawa) spoiling things for my career. The attack...