Abhay Deol wrote: My uncle, whom I affectionately call dad, was an outsider who made it big in the film industry. I’m glad there is an active debate on the practices behind the scenes. Nepotism is just the tip of the iceberg. I’ve only ever made one film with my family, my 1st, and I’m grateful to be blessed and have that privileged. I’ve gone that extra mile in my career to make my own path, something that dad always encouraged. For me he was the inspiration. … [Read more...] about Abhay Deol writes ‘nepotism is just the tip of iceberg’ in new hard-hitting note
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On a similar note, he also urged the audience to watch this film and wrote: "While many critics are asking for money or they will give me 2 Stars or destroy my movie or not give me AWARDS, I ONLY care for my viewers and not reviewers. My Award is YOUR love. Pls watch #TheLastColor on Amazon Prime." … [Read more...] about Painful to hear ‘pay or we’ll destroy you’: Vikas Khanna agrees with Kangana Ranaut, says experienced favouritism and nepotism first hand
It is helmed by Saumitra Singh, who has earlier helmed two award-winning short films. The film narrates the story of a dwindled young man, Sameer, who has seen a very tough day gets into a ride with driver Lal Bahadur’s taxi who’s paranoid by a newspaper headline that says – A Psycho Killer is lose in Mumbai. The film has sequential events of suspense and thrill which will certainly keep the audience glued to the screen. … [Read more...] about Taxi No. 24 teaser poster featuring Mahesh Manjrekar, Jagjeet, Anangsha out!
“I was driving from Deara, further east, towards the city, when the car got stuck in mud. Suddenly a man slipped under my car requesting me not to start it as he was being chased by another group … for a while I thought it was a film, but it was not,” Mr. Dutta said. … [Read more...] about On the dark side of Kolkata’s satellite towns
In the year 1947, a month after independence, Monkombu Sambasivan Swaminathan's elder brother tied the knot in Tiruchirapalli, and the rules stipulated only 30 guests could be served during wedding feasts as the nation was reeling under an acute food shortage. Banana leaves were counted and arrests made in case the organisers violated the rules. Hurt by the food rationing and the fallout of the 1942-43 Bengal famine, MS decided to study and do research in agriculture. Instead of choosing the easy way out by becoming a farmer, he felt, as a scientist he would be able to 'shape the future', by preventing food shortage. … [Read more...] about India’s best: He wanted to feed India’s masses