Steven Spielberg's The BFG also releases today. It is a fantasy story set in a country of giants. Actor Mark Rylance plays the BFG or the Big Friendly Giant and the film narrates the story of his bond with a young girl, Sophie
Based on the beloved 1982 children's book by Roald Dahl, The BFG charts the fantastical friendship between a young orphan named Sophie (played by Ruby Barnhill), and a 'Big Friendly Giant' (played by Mark Rylance)
"She has gone there (West) and represented India. She has also impressed them. I am sure they would be looking at us (Indian actors) in a different light and that is amazing. Kudos to her," says Parineeti
Sharen K. Davis (costume designer), Roger Ross William (documentary), Laura Karpman, (music) and Kevin Collier (sound) are also part of the newly constituted board.
Meryl Streep & Tom Hanks starrer The Post releases in India this Friday. The thrilling newsroom drama is directed by Steven Spielberg. NDTV's Rohit Khilnani has seen the film, he shares the first impressions of the film in this video.
In an exclusive conversation with NDTV, actor Irrfan Khan shared his experiences of working with Hollywood films, refusing a film with Steven Spielberg and more.
Irrfan Khan spoke to NDTV about what made him opt out of Steven Spielberg's film opposite Scarlett Johansson. "I didn't like my character," he said.
Kalki Koechlin said that if she were to work in a Hollywood project she'd would want it to have a "good script and a character that I haven't done and a challenging role for me. Or if it is Steven Spielberg, I'll blindly do anything he says."
Actresse Blake Lively attended the premiere of Steven Spielberg's The BFG on May 14, the fourth day of the ongoing Cannes Film Festival
What better way to enjoy a summer lunch on the French Riviera when you have Hollywood great Steven Spielberg for company? This picture shows Vidya Balan, part of Cannes 2013 jury, enjoying what seems to be a continental lunch with the director and the jury president.
Celebrities posed during a photocall in Cannes on the eve of the 66th edition of the Cannes Film Festival.
Unless you live on Mars, you couldn't possibly fail to recognise the surnames Spielberg, Bachchan and Ambani. This picture is a fragment of showbiz history, a moment when Hollywood director Steven Spielberg and DreamWorks CEO Stacey Snider met Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan and business magnate Anil Ambani in Mumbai.