April 2015

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    “Any film has its own destiny” – Akshay Kumar

    ::cck::783::/cck::::fulltext:: 100 plus films, over 20 years in the business, a consistent success rate, a stable position amongst the top superstars and the only one to be releasing three to four films at an average every year – No wonder, Akshay Kumar has chartered a unique path for himself where he is driving the show […] More

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    Gabbar Is Back is expected to have a massive opening

    ::cck::782::/cck::::fulltext:: Finally the D-Day is all set to arrive. Ever since the First Poster of ‘Gabbar Is Back’ was unveiled, there has been good build up to the promotional campaign of the Akshay Kumar starrer. The film has been given a platform where it has established its solid standing after some good innovation was brought […] More

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    DJ AKS has two releases within a week

    ::cck::781::/cck:: ::fulltext:: The Official Piku Title Remix is the latest from DJ AKS in Bollywood. Composed by Anupam Roy, the remix is for Shameer Tandon. Piku deals with the relationship between a father (Amitabh Bachchan) and his daughter (Deepika Padukone). The movie also features Irrfan Khan, Moushumi Chatterjee and Jishu Sengupta in supporting roles. Directed […] More

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    Bombay Velvet Music Review

    ::cck::778::/cck:: ::fulltext:: ‘Bombay Velvet’, director Anurag Kashyap’s dream project, is based in the Mumbai (then Bombay) of the 1960s. The crime drama features Ranbir Kapoor as a boxer and Anushka Sharma as a jazz singer. Both the director and music composer Amit Trivedi have mentioned in several interviews that the soundtrack of the film bears […] More

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    Avengers: Age Of Ultron grows stronger than small releases

    ::cck::777::/cck::::fulltext:: Yet again, it was Hollywood that came trumps and that is simply because ‘Avengers – Age of Ultron’ provided an exciting outing for the money paying audience. The film managed to do well across the country in A, B and C centers which pretty much tells the tale that for a franchise action offering […] More

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    Parsi Theatre by Salim Arif (Part 2)

    ::cck::776::/cck::::fulltext:: A Parsi theatre company had two or three writers, backstage technicians, managers, costume and setting teams, musicians, actors and couple of directors (very often called dialogue coach) on monthly salaries. Parsi theatre became a confluence of various theatre streams. Several artists and writers from various cultural and linguistic backgrounds came together and created a […] More

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    Piku Music Review

    ::cck::775::/cck:: ::fulltext:: The three films directed by Shoojit Sircar (not taking into account the unreleased ‘Shoebite’), ‘Yahaan’, ‘Vicky Donor’ and ‘Madras Café’ were not musicals but the director managed to make room for music in each of these films. ‘Madras Café’ was largely a songless thriller with just one song playing in the final reels […] More

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    Avengers: Age Of Ultron has a fantastic Friday opening!

    ::cck::774::/cck::::fulltext:: The most awaited film of the year, Marvel’s ‘Avengers: Age Of Ultron’ is on its path to break box office records with a spectacular ‘superhero’ opening according to trade indicators. Trade and key industry expert sources have claimed that the film which opened to glowing critical reviews claiming it to be ‘THE’ action superhero […] More

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