May 27, 2022 12:17 (IST)
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'That is new India': R Madhavan praises PM Modi at 75th Cannes Film Festival

New Delhi/IBNS: Actor R Madhavan, who is at the 75th Cannes Film Festival with a team representing India, on Thursday hailed the success of the 'micro-economy' in the country under Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Mahesh Babu comes out with clarification for his 'Bollywood can't afford me' statement

Indian actor and Telugu superstar Mahesh Babu has come out with a clarification for a statement where he claimed the Hindi film industry, popularly known as Bollywood, can't afford him.

KGF: Chapter 2 actor Mohan Juneja dies

Mumbai: KGF: Chapter 2 actor Mohan Juneja died on Saturday.

Decoding Satyajit Ray: Ranjit Mallick, Mamata Shankar, Barun Chanda look back on legend's 101st birth anniversary

Kolkata/IBNS: Veteran Bengali actor Ranjit Mallick, who had worked with late filmmaker Mrinal Sen at a very young age in Interview, had his luck to attract a role of a disillusioned Communist in late Satyajit Ray's 1990 film Shakha Proshakha.

Madhuja Mukherjee's Deep 6 screened at 27th KIFF offers a distinct perspective on life and death

Deep 6 is the first full-length feature film directed by Madhuja Mukherjee who, despite her young years, wears many hats. She is a filmmaker, a prize-winning author, a known researcher and Professor of Film Studies at Jadavpur University, Kolkata.

Aparna Sen's The Rapist gets screened at 27th KIFF, Konkona Sen Sharma calls it 'proud moment'

Kolkata/IBNS: Veteran actress-filmmaker Aparna Sen's The Rapist, which explores the reasons behind a man becoming a sexual predator, was screened at the 27th Kolkata International Film Festival (KIFF) on its closing day Sunday.

Tech use should not compromise discipline of filmmaking: Goutam Ghose

Kolkata/IBNS: Though technology has brought a sea-change in filmmaking over the last few years, especially the pandemic, Indian director Goutam Ghose feels the discipline of filmmaking should never be compromised.

KIFF pays tribute to Sumitra Bhave through her last film Dithee

Multiple award-winning director Sumitra Bhave, who passed away last year, is being bestowed a tribute at the ongoing Kolkata International Film Festival (KIFF) with a screening of Dithee, her last film in Marathi,  which happens to be the first feature film she happened to direct independently without her co-director Sunil Sukhtankar beside her. 

KIFF screens documentary on Badal Sarkar by Ashoke Viswanathan

Nandan 3 auditorium was packed on an evening of documentary films chosen for screening at the 27th KIFF. Among the three films, one, Badal Sarkar and Third Theatre, drew a big audience.

Aparna Sen's new film The Rapist explores why a man becomes a sexual predator

Aparna Sen's latest film THE RAPIST is being screened in Kolkata as the last film at the 27th KIFF 2022 on May 1. Shoma A. Chatterji offers a ring-side view of the film from the director

Mohan Agashe to produce late Sumitra Bhave's last work on 'elderly singles'

Kolkata/IBNS: Psychiatrist-actor Dr. Mohan Agashe has revealed he will be producing late filmmaker Sumitra Bhave's unfinished work which deals with "elderly singles".

Women hardly have option to come out of a toxic marriage: June Maliah discussing her short film Blotting Paper

Kolkata/IBNS: Bengali actress-MLA June Maliah has shared how women are left with no options to come out of a toxic marriage even after suffering marital rapes while discussing her latest short film Blotting Paper, which is premiered at the 27th Kolkata International Film Festival.

Veteran filmmaker T Rama Rao passes away at 83

Chennai/IBNS: Veteran filmmaker T. Rama Rao, who directed 70 Hindi and Telugu feature films between 1966 and 2000, passed away in Chennai on Wednesday. He was 83.

'The Kashmir Files' set to release in Israel, Consul General unveils poster

After taking India by storm, "The Kashmir Files" will be released in Israel on April 28.

Samantha, Nayanthara dance alongside Vijay Sethupathi in Dippam Dappam song from Kaathu Vaakula Rendu Kadhal

The Dippam Dappam song, presumably a funny one, from the upcoming Indian Telugu language romantic film Kaathu Vaakula Rendu Kadhal will be released soon by the makers.