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After Rejoicing Success Of ‘War’ Vaani Kapoor Is Set For ‘Shamshera’ Starring Ranbir Kapoor

Starring Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff and Vaani Kapoor, War has been the biggest blockbuster of the last year. Vaani was appreciated for her significant role in the testosterone gushing film and she also wowed everyone as she matched steps with Hrithik in the chartbuster song Ghungroo. Vaani is now gearing up for another big year as she is pairing opposite superstar…

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Aditya Dhar Announces That Vicky Kaushal’s ‘The Immortal Ashwatthama’ Will Be A Triology

Vicky Kaushal is playing the mighty Maharathi Ashwatthama in his next by the director Aditya Dhar, for which he has started training himself. The movie is titled The Immortal Ashwatthama and of course, Vicky is playing the Aswatthama in the movie. For the role, he is gaining weight and undergoing some serious training. After the stupendous success of Uri – The…

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Fashion

Winter Style Inspiration From D-Towners

Get all the style you need to get through the rest of the chilly season and for early monsoon. The 2020 has started with a lot of style inspiration and hadso far a list of stars to give you some style notes. The D- town celebrities have taken cool, stylish and cozy looks to the rooms. Check out our favorites…

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Centenary Of Indian Cinema

Satyajit Ray’s ‘Pather Panchali’ – India’s First Film To Win Maximum International Awards!

In the 50’s when Indian cinema was in its cradle and was ridiculed by the International filmmakers’ for its stupid dance and song content Bengali film Maverick Satyajit Ray suddenly bewildered the International filmmakers’ with his debut Bengali film Pather Panchali! The film was India’s First Art film or the parallel cinema that compelled the ‘West Filmmakers’ to sit back…

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‘Do Aankhen Barah Haath’ Is India’s First Film To Win A Hollywood ‘Golden Globe Award

Film legend V Shantaram is regarded as one of the pillars of Indian cinema. His film Do Aankhen Barah Haath has the distinction of being the first Hindi feature film to win the prestigious Golden Globe award under the Samuel Goldwyn category. It may be noted that the Golden Globe Awards are America’s most prestigious award presented by the Hollywood…

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‘Neecha Nagar’ is India’s First Film to win Palme d’Or Award at Cannes Film Festival

Like the Oscar Awards, the other International Award that is looked upon with esteem in the world is the Cannes Film Festival, an annual congregation of world cinema held at Cannes in France. The highest award is called – The Palme d’Or (French) or Golden Palm in English. Interestingly, though Indian cinema has never won an Oscar award for Best…

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Lata Mangeshkar’s First Hit Song was Aayega Aanewala….

Aayega, Aayega, Aayega… Aayega Aanewala …. This timeless song from Kamal Amrohi‘s all-time classic film Mahal (1949) took the nation by storm and played a lion’s share in making Lata Mangeshkar popular. Composed by music director Khemchand Prakash the song became a national chartbuster and key reason for the huge success of the film Mahal. People saw the film repeatedly…

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P.C. Barua Made India’s First Film ‘Roop Lekha’ Using Flashback Technique!

Ramesh Sippy‘s Sholay is regarded as one of the landmark films in Indian cinema. The film revolutionized technical brilliance in Indian cinema like reviving the 70 MM format, Stereophonic sounds, Technicolor and introducing Hollywood style cinematography. The other vital contribution of Sholay to film technology was giving an impetus to the style of ‘Flashback’ the brilliant technique of disrupting the…

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Deepika Padukone’s ‘Chhapaak’ Declared Tax Free; ‘Jhanak Jhanak Payal Baaje’ Is India’s First Tax Free Film!!

Entertainment as per the Seventh Schedule of the Constitution of India is taxable!! The Entertainment Tax is charged to increase the revenue source for the state governments. Thus the tax differs from state to state. For instance, in Maharashtra, the Entertainment Tax is 45% and for the regional Marathi film, the Entertainment Tax is Zero. The Maximum Entertainment Tax is…

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