Gujarati film The Good Road, India's official entry in the foreign language film category at the 86th Academy Awards, will be screened at Harvard University's Cambridge campus in Massachusetts, US.
Model-turned-actor Ajay Gehi, who is seen in a pivotal role in the Gujarati movie The Good Road, India's official entry to the best foreign film category section at the Oscar this year, is sure that the film with will embark on the road to glory.
Filmmaker Farhan Akhtar has denied reports that Shah Rukh Khan will play a Gujarati don in his next production. He says the superstar essays a gangster instead.
India's The Good Road, a Gujarati film by first-time director Gyan Correa, is among the 76 movies that will compete in the foreign language category at the 86th Academy Awards.
The Good Lie: When Lying Is The Only Way To Save Your Marriage
The Good Lie: This couple in Mumbai is out for dinner to celebrate their anniversary. But something is weighing them down. They hide their feelings and lie to each other to save their marriage.
Phor You: A Journey Of Self-Discovery A Gujarati short film, Phor You is about a boy named Kaalu who's on a journey to discover himself.
Ice-Cream: How Anil Proposed Rekha, And What Life Had In Store For Them Ice-Cream is a short film that revolves around the love life of Anil. As a young man, he fell in love and proposed marriage to Rekha. His mantra: life is like an ice-cream, relish it before it melts.
Be A Hero: Stop Child Labour And Racism Be a Hero is based around like child labour and racism, and how can be a true hero and put an end to these evil social practices.
Actress Kangana Ranaut is all set to start working for her next movie with filmmaker Hansal Mehta. The film is reportedly, titled Simran and will go on floors in the US in June. Kangana will expectedly star in the role of a Gujarati girl in the movie.
The first two days of the Food Yatra saw the effervescent young stars of Daawat-e-Ishq Parineeti Chopra and Aditya Roy Kapur regale their tastebuds with contrasting cuisines. A hearty breakfast at the iconic Madras Cafe kicked off the memorable journey. Up next for lunch was Parsi cuisine. Dessert of Paan Ice Cream at Surat had a different kind of surprise in store for the stars as a massive crowd turned up to catch a glimpse of the actors. Gujarati food followed in Ahmedabad. In Jaipur the duo was joined by a couple of hearty singers for a melodious singing session.
After Paa, Amitabh Bachchan will once again sport prosthetics for his role as a 102 year old man in Umesh Shukla's next film, 102 Not Out. The film, an adaptation of a Gujarati play of the same name, also stars Paresh Rawal and Usha Jadhav.