Konkona Sen Sharma’s A Death In The Gunj To Open Mumbai Film Festival

Actress Konkona Sen Sharma’s directorial venture, A Death in the Gunj, opened to a rousing response at the Toronto International Film Festival(TIFF) where it premiered on September 9. The film, which has already garnered international acclaim, will be the opening film at the 18th edition of Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival, which will begin on 21 October, 2016.

WATCH: ‘Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare’ Trailer With Bhumi Pednekar And Konkona Sensharma; Out Now

The trailer of actors Bhumi Pednekar and Konkona Sen Sharma starrer Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare has dropped now. The comedy-drama will premiere on Netflix on September 18. The film deals with two rebellious cousins on their journey to seek independence and freedom to embrace their desires. Set in Greater Noida, the film reportedly celebrates womanhood and talks about several social stigmas.

Ajeeb Daastaans Review: Three Shorts and a Neeraj Ghaywan Masterclass

Babloo (Jaideep Ahlawat) tells Lipakshi (Fatima Sana Shaikh) that he loved someone else, this is a marriage of convenience, a business deal and avows that there’ll never be an offspring to present to his father.Bharti (Konkona Sen Sharma bringing the butch) is a “craftsman” among machine-men according to her Brahmin boss who recruits a woman from his caste – Aditi Rao Hydari’s Priya Sharma – for the data operator job that Bharti was eyeing.

Netflix Announces 17 Titles; All The Details Here

On July 15, several Bollywood celebrities took to social media to release videos and boomerangs (videos on Instagram) of themselves waiting to announce something significant but refraining from doing so while shouting out loud the words ‘Come On Netflix’. Their posts also carried the words as a hashtag which went viral piquing the curiosity of Twitterati and people on the ‘Gram. Netflix also put out a tweet with three of the zipped mouth emojis and the hashtag.

WATCH: Kangana Ranaut Lashes Out At Bollywood For Not Speaking Up On Issues At Home; Attacks Minorities

Following the tragic death of George Floyd, people, celebrities, politicians, and influencers from across the world have been standing in solidarity with the African American community and the Black Lives Matter movement. While protests broke out in various parts of the United States, people across the world have used their social media platforms to convey their messages of solidarity and have been using the hashtag ‘Black Lives Matter’. Twitter had also given the hashtag an emoji to accompany it.

Six Songs We’re Listening To On Shreya Ghoshal’s Birthday

Shreya’s voice adds to the grandeur of the mise en scène. ‘Ghoomar’ features in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmaavat which starred Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh, Shahid Kapoor and Aditi Rao Hydari in lead roles.A breezy romantic number that’s still a part of every ‘Romantic Songs’ playlist. ‘Munbe Vaa En Anbe Vaa’ features in TN Krishna’s Sillunu Oru Kadhal which starred Suriya, Jyothika, and Vadivelu in lead roles.

Akarsh Khurana Interview: ‘Karwaan Will Take You Through A Stunning, Less Explored Landscape’

He has a wide reach across the country, including the South,” says Akarsh, who hopes the film’s diverse non-Bollywood cast will work in its favour.The film treads a route that Bollywood has rarely covered  – through the picturesque Western Ghats to Kochi, where the ancient and modern co-exist, a city close to Akarsh’s heart.

Bollywood Films In 2017: A Few Sparkling Gems In A Sea Of Mediocrity

Anaarkali Of Aarah, where Swara Bhaskar repeats an equally convincing performance after last year’s Nil Battey Sannata, shows that no matter how many times you scream it, no matter what language you spell it out in, and across caste, creed and level of education, there’s one simple message that many people don’t seem to get – ‘No means No’.  And, that is why the film hits home. And, hits home hard.

Tales From The Mountains: Interview With Ritu Sarin, Co-Founder Of Dharamshala International Film Festival

Filmmakers like Hansal Mehta, Q and Chaitanya Tamhane, who supported us from the beginning, have become acclaimed filmmakers.  There are many people who came here first with their short film, and then went on to make acclaimed feature films.Cinephiles and independent filmmakers flock to Dharamshala, a town that houses the headquarters of the Tibetan government in Exile, and also the venue of DIFF (Dharamshala International Film Festival).