"It took me a little longer than I wanted, but when Prime Minister asked me to be one of his 'navratnas', I was very excited. But I wanted it to be something that could be sustained," she said
Filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar has denounced the many edits ordered to his Emergency-themed movie Indu Sarkar as 'absurd' and denied that the film is propaganda. The National Award-winning director currently is fighting on several fronts to see his film release in its entirety later this month. The Central Board of Film Certification has demanded 14 cuts to Indu Sarkar, including references to the RSS, the Akali Dal and even singer Kishore Kumar. Speaking to NDTV, Mr Bhandarkar said he was 'appalled' by the Censor Board's edits. "What yardstick or parameters did they choose to say such things? They want me to remove the word Kishore Kumar, Prime Minister, RSS, communists, Akalis. I was really appalled by the kind of suggestions that were offered," Mr Bhandarkar said. He also said that he had been asked to remove the disclaimer at the start of his film which explains that Indu Sarkar is dedicated to the 'unsung heroes of the Emergency who restored democracy.'
Priy: After breaking up with her beloved, a young woman struggles with her self-image while gaining a better understanding of herself.
Skinny Love: This short film proves how love can be found anywhere by bringing to life the story of a boy and a girl who meet each other in rehab.
Move On: When a brother tells his sister how he holds a grudge against one of his classmates and wishes to take revenge, he learns a hidden truth which makes him feel guilty. Will he be able to move on?
The Believers: Set in the 1940s when India was still under the British Crown, âThe Believersâ is a short period drama film.
Pakistani actress Mahira Khan, who made her Bollywood debut with Raees, talks to NDTV and shares her experience of being part of a 100 crore film in India and working with the superstar, Shah Rukh Khan. The actor spoke about working in the film, trying 'garba' in a song, her transition from TV to films and how she felt not being part of the promotions.
A group of ministers (GoM) has decided that celebrities endorsing products with misleading claims will no longer be subject to the possibility of being put behind bars.