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Will Madras Cafe bring back some sense and sensibility in Indian Cinema?

In a time when the sole criteria of judging a film is a collection of 100 crores at the box office, Madras Cafe is openly throwing a challenge at the audience to embrace cinema which is not only entertaining but also rational and meaningful. Before the release of the film when John Abraham was asked if his film is looking to enter the 100 Crore club, the actor was clear in his vision that he was more interested in making good cinema, than entering any clubs.

First Look, Poster: Mumtaz Sorcar; The tough IPS officer of new Bengali action thriller SHESH ANKER KHELA (WBRi Exclusive)

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MUMTAZ plays the role of an investigating officer who is investigating a horrifying murder of a young couple. The plot is situated in the quiet, hilly and serene town of MIRIK.The 7year old daughter of the murdered couple goes missing and is being hunted by the murderers extensively.

Taapsee Pannu To Dub For Katie Sackhoff in Vin Diesel’s Riddick

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Taapsee Pannu, who made her big Bollywood debut in David Dhawan’s ‘Chashme Baddoor’, has added another feather to her cap, as she has been approached by PVR Pictures to dub for Katie Sackhoff in Vin Diesel’s ‘Riddick’, in 3 languages – Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. 

Story, Poster: New Tollywood Bangla Movie KE PRATHAM KACHE ESECHE; A movie on the rebellious young generation

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K City Media Production has just started shooting their first ever Bengali film which is tentatively named as “KE PRATHAM KACHE ESECHE”. The film is to be directed by debutant director Pradeep Mukherjee. The film is being produced by Sushil Kumar Agarwal. The whole unit of the film was present during the press meet of the film which took place on the first day of the shoot. It took place at Night Queen Bar as the sequence was of a night club.

Indiyaah Talent Hunt Mumbai; 300 disabled youth audition for NGO Blind Dreams

NGO Blind Dreams’ Indiyaah Talent Hunt in Mumbai

In a touching, heart-rending and soul-stirring event, more than 300 blind and differently enabled youth from all over Maharashtra participated in the western zone round of auditions for the Blind Dreams’ Indiyaah Talent Hunt for the disabled or differently enabled. The auditions were held at the Kamla Mehta School for the Blind at Dadar in Central Mumbai. Most participants came from far off towns and villages in Maharashtra and Gujarat.