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Manan Singh Katohora's Award-Winning Film "9 Eleven" Released in USA by Databazaar Media

9 ELEVEN Movie PosterFlorida, USA, April 23, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio) Databazaar Media Ventures today announced the release of Award-Winning Film '9 ELEVEN'. Produced by ADF (Narain Kumar Kathur and Sadhna Mathur) in association with JMD Creations (Manan Singh Katohora), CAST consists of - Devasish Ray, Tejash Natali, Nikkitasha Marwaha, Sumeet Verma, Vicki Yung, Homi Irani, Vick Krishna, Paul Singh, Chinmay Dhamne, Roni Mazumdar, Rashmi Pradhan, Salsabil Malik, Aisha Rasul, Manvi Puri, Tanuj Mathur, Priya Mathur, Jyoti Singh, Sonny Chatrath, Samir Stewart, Gopi Jagannathan - And in SPECIAL GUEST APPEARANCES - Mandira Mehra, Nilima Mehra, Nitin Verma, Ripneet Brar, Shalabh Agrawal, Sonny Suri, and Bollywood Actress Kashmera Shah.

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Manan Singh Katohora is the Winner of 2012 Rising Star Award for his feature film '9 Eleven'. The Canada International Film Festival has firmly established itself among the top film festivals in Canada. Held each year in the beautiful and cosmopolitan city of Vancouver, British Columbia, the festival brings the very best of World Cinema to Canada from over 90 countries around the world. The festival is dedicated to the creation of opportunities for the artistic interaction and exchange among independent filmmakers and the film-going community. Each year, awards are presented in all of the main categories for the top films and filmmakers, writers and actors.

Karan Johar's "Student of the Year" (2012) Bollywood Hindi Movie Arriving Soon, Official Release Date Announced

Mumbai, April 23, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio) Karan Johar's SOTY has created quite a buzz and anticipation among Bollywood film lovers. The official release date is now announced by Karan's Dharma Productions.

WBRi Movie Review: HATE STORY (2012) - Erotic Thriller Features Bengali Actress Paoli Dam in Bollywood Debut

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Kolkata, April 21, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio / Penning Creations) Very few of the contemporary leading stars from the Bengali film industry have managed to make it big in Bollywood. In fact, it is pretty difficult to think of anyone else apart from Jaya Bhaduri, Sharmila Tagore and Mithun Chakrabarty, who has achieved any great success in Hindi films. Even Rituparna Sengupta, who has been ruling Tollywood for so many years now, has only a single Bollywood hit to her name, ‘Main Meri Patni Aur Woh’ (and several duds to go with it!). Prasenjit Chatterjee, one of the biggest names in the Bengali film fraternity, has not fared much better in Hindi films either (some would, in fact, say worse!).

WBRi Movie Review: Vicky Donor (2012) - Ayushman Khurana Light-Hearted Take On Socially Relevant Theme

Vicky Donor (Hindi, 2012) Bollywood Movie Poster

Kolkata, April 21, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio / Penning Creations) It takes a lot of guts on the parts of directors to choose serious, topical issues as the main theme for their movies. While films of this genre tend to be instructive and often contain sensitive messages (when well-made, that is!), such movies do not generally have the legs to have sustained, successful runs at the box-office (compared to romantic flicks or hard-hitting action films, in particular!).

Trailer: Vicky Donor (2012) Bollywood Hindi Movie

Understandably, filmmakers have tended to stay away from selecting such ‘risky’ plots for their flicks. In the last few years, only the Shilpa Shetty-starrer ‘Phir Milenge’ (2004) managed to successfully deal with a subject (the AIDS disease) that is generally considered to be a social taboo.Last year, one of the episodes of Onir’s prize-winning ‘I Am’ also did delve into the topic of sperm donation.

Director Shoojit Sircar, who had made the heart-warming ‘Yahaan’ seven years back, now returns with ‘Vicky Donor’ – a movie that revolves round the concept of infertility and sperm transfer. The movie marked the first foray into film production by actor John Abraham and had an exciting lineup of promising youngsters among its cast members. The actual movie turns out to be a pretty engaging affair too!

In ‘Vicky Donor’, we meet eminent health and fertility specialist ‘Dr. Baldev Chaddha’ (Annu Kapoor), who plies his trade at Dariyaganj in New Delhi. The doctor owes his popularity to his unique business proposition – he promises to supply such specialized sperms that would be ideally suited to the exact requirements of his clients. However (and rather unsurprisingly!), ‘Dr. Chaddha’ hardly manages to get any success from his profession and his patients are often left totally unsatisfied. The doctor resorts to scouting for a willing, healthy person, who would be able to deliver him with a really special and effective sperm. Finding such a donor does not prove to be an easy task though!

Koyekti Meyer Golpo (2012) Bangla Movie Preview

Koyekti Meyer Golpo (2012) Bangla Movie Poster

Kolkata, April 21, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio) Bengali movie "Koyekti Meyer Golpo" is Subrata Sen's "most experimental film" as he described it himself in an interview with the Times of India last year. This is of particular interest, as every film by Subrata so far has been a sharp urban film.

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