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Indian cinema needs a discerning audience: Farooq Sheikh
Jul 03, 2013 Veteran Bollywood actor Farooq Sheikh exhorts people for compelling filmmakers to make meaningful and socially relevant films.
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Effective treatment can cure Kala Azar: Anurag Kashyap
Jul 07, 2013 A person who invests in a film wants profit which is why filmmakers shy away from subjects like healthcare, says popular Indian film director, Anurag Kashyap.
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Sexual crimes: Men must learn to control, says Soha Ali Khan
Apr 08, 2014 The first objective of cinema and television, especially of cinema is entertainment, believes Soha Ali Khan, a popular Bollywood actor.
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Purab Kohli launches programme to develop youth leaders
Sep 03, 2013 LEADearthSHIP is an opportunity to empower the youth to fashion a tomorrow based on ideas oriented and committed to making lives better.
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Bollywood calling Kashmiri singing sensation Mehmeet
Aug 22, 2013 Mehmeet Syed, 27, has become the first Kashmiri woman to carve her place as a playback singer in Hindi film industry, writes Sana Altaf.
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India: A 100 years of entertainment with substance
Jul 12, 2013 This century of Indian cinema has also been a century of audiences giving the thumbs up to stories that are centred on social and political themes, writes Kavitha Srinivasa.
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In Shekhar Kapur’s next, water becomes a political weapon
Dec 24, 2014 In his much awaited movie, ‘Paani’, Shekhar Kapur will showcase how, those who own water will have the last word in a futuristic world.
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Bollywood: Changing women's attires over the years
Sep 05, 2013 "Women’s costumes in Bollywood have a great impact on young film goes and women in general," observes Karishma Jamwal, a Mumbai-based fashion designer.
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Step out of house and conquer: Alia Bhatt to Indian girls
Aug 01, 2013 Bollywood’s rising star and the 'Student of the Year' heroine, Alia Bhatt, in an interview with Ashok Kumar urged Indian girls to break the stereotypes for accomplishing their dreams. Excerpts from the interview.
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Bollywood in Indonesia: The Kuch Kuch Hota Hai effect
Dec 23, 2012 Indian films, which have been a part of the everyday lives of Indonesians due to the country’s long historical links with India, have become a visible element in Indonesia’s mediascape due to their global mediation as Bollywood. But the defining moment of Bollywood’s recognition in the archipelago nation came with the successful run of the film, ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’ at the end of July 2001, which marked the revival of Indian films’ market among the Indonesian upper class. An excerpt from the chapter Bollywood Film Culture In Indonesia's Mediascapes by Shuri Mariasih Gietty Tambunan, in the book The Magic Of Bollywood: At Home and Abroad.
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Even cops need to be sensitised on traffic rules: Sanjay Suri
Mar 04, 2013 Popular actor-director Sanjay Suri was recently in New Delhi at the grand finale of PVR Nest’s road safety campaign-CineArt Steer to Safety, an event which recognised short movies made by school children on road safety issues. Praising these movies, Suri said that though he personally does not like preachy films, cinema does instill a thought into the minds of people and starts a discourse which helps in sensitizing the people about various issues including those related to road safety. Excerpts from a conversation with OneWorld South Asia.
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Women need to be aggressive for their rights: Subhash Ghai
Oct 20, 2014 Celebrities should stand up for social causes as their fans follow them, says Subhash Ghai, Bollywood's veteran film director and producer.
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Crimes against women: High time people change their mindset, says Prachi Desai
Mar 19, 2013 Prachi Desai, a popular Bollywood actress, who said in an interview that her latest film, I Me Aur Main, will make men value women, tells OneWorld that crimes against women cannot be stopped unless people change their mindset and cinema has a limited role in curbing such crimes. Excerpts from Prachi Desai’s interview.
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Life skills can help fight sexual abuse of children: Dr Swaroop Sampat
Sep 03, 2013 Bollywood actress and former Miss India, Dr Swaroop Sampat Rawal, in a short talk with OneWorld South Asia explains how life skills education equips children to fight against the odds in their lives. She was in Delhi to attend the 24th Tara Ali Baig Memorial Lecture. Excerpts from the interview.
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Bollywood’s exclusive club of female lyricists
Oct 10, 2013 Even now women in the industry are exploited while the men rule, says Maya Govind, a very creative and popular poetess.
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Eco-friendly housing projects are close to my heart: Sri Devi
May 28, 2013 Popular Bollywood actress, Sri Devi, inaugurates eco-friendly and green housing project in the Nashik district of the West Indian state of Maharashtra.
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