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Fraud Saiyaan song 'Chamma Chamma': A lazy remix
This version of the song from China Gate (1998) has nothing new to offer.
Article Hindi Kannada
KGF song 'Gali Gali': Mouni Roy and Neha Kakkar are the highlight of this remix
This time composer Tanishk Bagchi has recreated the 'Gali Gali Mein Phirta Hai' song from Tridev (1989), yet another song remix that seems slated to make it to the dance floor.
Raazi was always a careful project as protagonist was a woman: Meghna Gulzar
On her 45th birthday, we revisit the filmmaker's conversation about making Raazi non-judgemental, the economics of making a female-led film and the challenges the she faced in getting producers and actors before Talvar's success.
The Great Indian Road Movie was shot across 17 states in 2 months: Producer Abhilash S Pillai
The film won two awards at the LIFFT India Filmotsav — Best Producer, awarded to Pillai, and Best Child Actor (Male), which went to the protagonist Master Ashray.
Pustak is 15-year-old Swadhaa Singh's passion project
The film, which was screened at LIFFT India Filmotsav on Sunday (9 December), revolves around a village boy who travels to Lucknow to retrieve his school book.
Article English (India)
I wrote The Little Pause in one day: Ayesha Julka on her directorial debut
The one-time leading lady turns director with the short film, A Little Pause, which revolves around a child coping with its parents' divorce.
Even one day not enough, says Riju Bajaj on dedicated day for children's films at LIFFT India
The ongoing LIFFT India Filmotsav in Lonavala has 12 children's films, including shorts and features, lined up to be screened on 9 December.
If you have a good director, it comes naturally: The Re-Bell actress Shruti Bharadwaj
The debutant, directed by Riju Bajaj, talks about how she navigated the daunting task of being on screen through most of the 50-minute film.
Been working on eight scripts in the past three years, says Parched director Leena Yadav
In an exclusive conversation at LIFFT 2018, the filmmaker spoke about digital platforms, first-time filmmakers at the festival and her possible next film.
Nandita Puri to celebrate 20 years of Om Puri's East Is East
Directed by Damien O'Donell, the British film will also be screened at LIFFT India Filmotsav.
The Re-Bell review: An engaging and intimate film on suicide
The short film follows the character of a famous journalist in the hours after she decides to end her life.
Aaron review: Engaging and emotional journey of a teenager
Omkar Shetty delves into the essence of parenthood and love through characters that are products of their circumstances.
Poomaram review: Human spirit meets intercollegiate arts championship in a dreary narrative
Director Abrid Shine's film has lofty ideas and earnestness, but the path to the inherent message is a monotonous one.
Am not Rajkumar Hirani that stars will put their trust in me: Kamakhya Narayan Singh
The director talks about what went into the making of his film Bhor, which has a subject similar to Akshay Kumar-starrer Toilet: Ek Prem Katha (2017).
Abyakto review: Emotionally potent story of a dysfunctional mother-son relationship
Director Arjunn Dutta unravels layers of the restrained relationship between a mother and son, through snippets from the protagonist's childhood memories.
Dilip Kumar, Madhuri Dixit, Meryl Streep were also not accepted initially: Anil Kapoor
The actor was in conversation with his daughter, producer Rhea Kapoor, in a masterclass at the 49th International Film Festival of India on 27 November.
CBFC panel members jumped in shock when I uttered the word 'breast': Leena Yadav
Filmmaker Leena Yadav spoke about her experience with members of the Central Board of Film Certification, who were really awkward about a scene involving partial nudity in her film Parched.
My next film is on Sam Manekshaw's life, says Meghna 'Raazi' Gulzar
Meghna Gulzar, Leena Yadav and Gauri Shinde attended a conversation titled 'Calling the shots' on female directors in Indian cinema at the 49th International Film Festival of India on 26 November.
I don't mind making bad films, but I want to work all the time, says Dan Wolman
The 77-year-old Israeli writer-director speaks about his unusual working process with the aim of inspiring young filmmakers to pursue all kinds of ideas and make films on their own terms.
Bhor review: Authentic and immersive story of an untouchable girl
Director Kamakhya Narayan Singh's film tackles the themes of open defecation and women empowerment through the lens of Bihar's Musahar community.