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Mahabharata: Recreating the epic in epic proportions

BY RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK ‘Mahabharata’, the Indian epic that has enthralled generation after generation over centuries is set to be presented in a series of three full-length feature films in advanced 3-D technique, as part of the mega 150 million dollar co-production project.

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‘Making movie on Byomkesh Bakshi was my childhood dream’

National award winning filmmaker, Dibakar Banerjee is known for his unconventional movies. His latest movie ‘Detective Byomkesh Bakshi’ is his attempt to bring alive on big screen his childhood hero and Calcutta of 1943

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‘Yellow’ brightens IFFI with its inspiring story

The Marathi film ‘Yellow’ is an inspiring story based on Down Syndrome. This positive story of a relationship focuses on how every child has unique abilities, and how this uniqueness can blossom if nurtured by parents with patience and determination. The film has been selected for the Indian Panoroma section of the 45th International Film Festival of India, this year.

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A filmmaker and his film meet after 26 years

The inauguration of Gulzar’s Retrospective on the third day of 45th International Film Festival of India was the highlight of the third day of the film festival as Gulzar’s fans got a chance to enjoy the poet-lyricist-scriptwriter-director’s unreleased movie ‘Libaas’ starring Shabana Azmi, Naseeruddin Shah and Raj Babbar.

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captaion: Vishal Bhardwaj is intensely influenced by English poet and playwright William Shakespeare as evinced by his trilogy of films – Maqbool’ (2003), ‘Omkara’ (2006) and ‘Haider’ (2014),  which were based on the Bard’s ‘Hamlet’, ‘Macbeth’ and ‘Othello’, respectively

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Shakespearewala Vishal

captaion: Vishal Bhardwaj is intensely influenced by English poet and playwright William Shakespeare as evinced by his trilogy of films – Maqbool’ (2003), ‘Omkara’ (2006) and ‘Haider’ (2014),  which were based on the Bard’s ‘Hamlet’, ‘Macbeth’ and ‘Othello’, respectively

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