Film Industry

Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao announce divorce after 15 years of marriage
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"We began a planned separation some time ago, and now feel comfortable to formalise this arrangement, of living separately yet sharing our lives the way an extended family does. We remain devoted parents to our son Azad, who we will nurture and raise together. We will also continue to work as collaborators on films, Paani Foundation, and other projects that we feel passionate about.
Poonam Pandey shoots with baby sharks for new music video
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"This was possibly one of the most difficult shoots I have ever done. We shot over four days and every day I had to sit in the water for hours. I have always feared sharks and in this tank there were a lot of baby sharks," Poonam says. In the video, Poonam is dressed in a black monokini as she danced in of the shark tank and lip-syncs the lyrics under water.
Shekhar Kapur is 'constantly curious, constantly wondering'
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Kapur shared a photograph of his 6am breakfast at his favourite cafe in London on Instagram. Along with the picture, he wrote: "Breakfast at 6 am .. my favourite cafe in London. I'm an eary riser.. so up by 5 am and walking around wherever I am to find something interesting.. something new.
Watch | Ayushmann turns Insta poet, shares pic from student days
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Actor Ayushmann Khurrana on Wednesday donned the poet's hat on Instagram, and went down memory lane revalling his college days. Ayushmann posted a picture of his younger self from his student days. Speaking about his upcoming slate of work, Ayushmann has his bag full. He currently has three films lined up.
Jim Sarbh, Ishwak Singh to star in series 'Rocket Boys'
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Actors Jim Sarbh and Ishwak Singh have been roped in for the web series "Rocket Boys". The series is a dramatised re-telling of the lives of India's brightest nuclear physicists. It will narrate the story of Homi J. Bhabha and Vikram Sarabhai and their journey to achieving greatness. Jim will play Bhabha and Ishwak will essay the role of Sarabhai.
Prithviraj releases teaser of his new Malayalam thriller 'Cold Case'
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The teaser of the Malayalam film shows Prithviraj with co-actors Aditi Balan and Suchitra Pillai, and seems to blend supernatural elements with a mysterious crime scene. Prithviraj posted the teaser on Instagram and captioned it: "Stuck in the midst of faith and logic.. The quest to find the truth begins from today! Teaser out now. Watch #coldcaseonprime June 30.."
Vidya Balan: 'Main Sherni' music video shows you don't have to roar to be a tigress
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The song is sung by Akasa and Raftaar and features Mira Erda (F4 racer and driver-coach), Natasha Noel (body positivity influencer and yoga trainer), Eshna Kutty (social media influencer and hula-hoop dancer) and Trinetra Haldar (first transgender doctor in Karnataka), Jayshree Mane (a frontline warrior at BYL Nair Hospital), Riddhi Arya (student who delivers food to frontline warriors), Anita Devi (security guard), Seema Duggal (teacher), Archana Jadav .
Enrico Casarosa calls his animated film Luca a 'love letter to the summers of our youth'
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"This movie is about the friendships that change us. It's a love letter to the summers of our youth -- those formative years when you're finding yourself. I had the luck to grow up in Genoa, a port city on the Italian Riviera. It's a very specific coast because it's really steep.
'Gadar' turns 20: Gold will always be gold, says director Anil Sharma
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The filmmaker feels the Sunny Deol starrer, which went on to become one of the biggest Bollywood hits of all times upon release, could never be released on OTT if it were released today. He adds even if "Gadar" opened today, it would create a similar impact at the box office. "A film like Gadar cannot be released on OTT. It is a movie that was made to be watched around people. But even if it had come on OTT, it would still be this magical.
MP Ravi Kishan seeks ban on vulgar content in Bhojpuri films, songs
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He has demanded a strict law to ensure that such content in films and songs be discontinued. In his letters, Ravi Kishan has pointed out that the Bhojpuri-speaking population in the country is around 25 crores. "These people deserve a better deal and vulgarity that is being dished out by Bhojpuri cinema and in its songs, must be stopped," he said.
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