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Published: Wed, 28 Sep 2016 17:39:02 GMT
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'How is it funny to call someone dark?'
Tannishtha Chatterjee felt that making fun of skin tone is not roast, in a country where people don't get jobs because of their complexion, where every matrimonial advert demands a fair bride or groom and the colour bias is so strong and rooted in the caste system.
Pak film industry may suffer 70% loss if Indo-Pak ties worsen
There has only been a boom in the cinema industry in Pakistan in the last few years because of the release of latest Bollywood and Hollywood films if there is any permanent ban you can expect lot of cinema houses and multiplexes to close down.
Quantico 2: Priyanka is back with a BANG!
The first season had a few loopholes but Quantico Season 2 seems to be the quintessential crime drama with a lot of suspense, confusion and good performances, feels Namrata Thakker.
Banjo review: Not much to beat about!
More than the leads, it's the supporting cast that stay true to the milieu and brace Banjo's banality and triviality with refreshing zing and idiosyncrasy, says Sukanya Verma.
Review: Parched genuinely shines
'One week after the release of PINK, audiences in India will witness another strong feminist tale, this one set in rural India,' says Aseem Chhabra.
'The focus now has to be on promoting Visaranai'
'Police brutality and lock-up deaths have been relevant forever. I believe this is why the film has appealed to everybody. We can all relate to the subject. We read about it every day. It is this harsh truth, this reality in society that has struck a chord with the people.' Filmmaker Vetrimaaran gets ready for the big Oscar race.
'I was never out of work'
'Who wouldn't want to dress up like a princess every morning?' Shweta Prasad Basu gets ready to play one in her new TV show.
'I can be the representative of farmers across India'
'We were shooting a sequence where I have a showdown with a minister. After the director said cut, I looked around and everybody was giggling. Then I saw that my dhoti had given away and was on the ground!' Shreyas Talpade discusses Waj Taj.