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Monday, 18 May 2020 17:19
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Son of a postman, a young Anand clinches an admission at the Cambridge University owing to his brilliance in mathematics. But when he has to let go of this opportunity of a lifetime solely because he is unable to afford the fees, life hits him hard and breaks his spirit. But that doesn’t last for too long, since he gets picked by Lallanji (Aditya Srivastava) to become a maths teacher for affluent students at an IIT coaching centre, run by him. Read More
Friday, 18 January 2019 13:56
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The Gandhi Murder is a conspiracy theory period movie based on true events, that led to the eventual assassination of Mahatma Gandhi. The movie demonstrates a violent India, at the backdrop of a non- violent Gandhi, and hard-line fanatic mind-sets beginning to grow roots in an India divided on the basis of religion. Releasing 30th January 2019 - Worldwide Source You Tube
Friday, 13 January 2017 22:04
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The Week That Wasn't is an Indian satirical late night television programme hosted by Cyrus Broacha and shown on the CNN-IBN channel. Started in 2006, cast includes Kaneez Surka and Kunal Vijaykar besides Broacha. Source Wikipedia
Saturday, 23 July 2016 19:40
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Kabali – Creating History Across the Globe Tamil superstar Rajinikanth starrer “Kabali”, which was released amid much fan frenzy on Friday, has created history by becoming the biggest Indian opener of all time, according to its producer ‘Kalaipuli’ S Thanu. The film, directed by Pa Ranjith, is a gangster drama that also has Radhika Apte, Dhanshika and Kalaiarasan in key roles.
Tuesday, 31 May 2016 12:11
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From BBC Asian Network - Watch Rapper Raxstar on "What it means to be 100% British, 100% Asian.
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Shereen Ladha is a professional dancer, choreographer, and instructor based in Toronto, Canada who is trained in Bollywood, Classical Indian (Bharatanatyam, Kathak), Hip Hop, Contemporary, and Jazz. She is the owner and director of the popular YouTube channel 'dancewithSL' that features dance covers to latest Bollywood hits and tutorial videos. She is a company dancer in Bollywood Fusion group 'Broken Dance' - finalists on the television show 'Canada's Got Talent'. With Over half a million views this Bollywood remix is gaining popularity across the dance floors. Some prefering this version as opposed to the original by Justin Beiber. Check out the video below! Read More..... Story Source:- shereenladha.com
Tuesday, 19 April 2016 15:07
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"Fan" - Film Review - Directed by Maneesh Sharma SRK plays to all his strengths in the film! Twenty-five-year-old Gaurav (Khan) has spent his life worshipping Aryan Khanna (Khan, again), and has parlayed a slight physical resemblance into a hobby impersonating the star at talent shows in his Delhi neighborhood. Since boyhood, Gaurav has idolized Aryan, covering his bedroom in posters and memorizing every line from his movies and every detail of his life story. When Aryan’s birthday looms, Gaurav decides he absolutely has to join the crowds outside the star’s home, so he decides to make the trek to Mumbai.
Saturday, 09 April 2016 23:07
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Sparsh Shah is simply amazing. Sparsh (Musical Name: PURHYTHM) is a 12 year talented boy from New Jersey, born with an incurable disease called Osteogenesis Imperfecta, which makes his bones extremely fragile / brittle.
Saturday, 09 April 2016 22:26
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The Man Who Knew Infinity London-born actor Dev Patel plays mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan in his latest film, The Man Who Knew Infinity.
Sunday, 14 February 2016 21:06
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Anita will be speaking about why and how Indian dance has continued to endure through changing times. Sannidhi Dialogues offers a chance for Indian arts enthusiasts, academics and students to engage with artists off-stage to learn more about music, dance and more. This new series of open talks will feature eminent performing artists and scholars who will talk about their craft, while sharing inspirations and challenges as artists and will also explore history and important stories too. The inaugural lecture in the Sannidhi Dialogues series will be given by Dr. Anita R Ratnam. Anita, based in Chennai (Madras), India, is highly respected as a performer, writer, speaker and arts entrepreneur and culture mentor. She has been described as an “intersectionist”, whose work weaves the many disciplines of dance, theatre, spoken…
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