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The year has been a year full of surprises for Bollywood. Films with good content/concepts or power packed performances has been striking chords with the audience.
The National Film Awards for the year 2013 have been announced and The Best Actor Award is shared between Rajkummar Rao and Suraj Venjaramudu.
As the date draws near, the Film Federation of India will go through films like 'Bhaag Milkha Bhaag', 'The Lunchbox' and 'English Vinglish' to choose a worthy film that displays India's filmy wealth.
Riding high on ‘Ship Of Theseus’, Anand Gandhi is already embarked work on his next venture. The award-winning director plans to head to the North Pole to shoot his next film.
‘Ship Of Theseus’ was deep and philosophical. It was thought provoking and those from the audiences who have watched it have liked it. As they still cling on to the memories of ‘Ship Of Theseus’, director Anand Gandhi says his next film will not be as deep as his debut.
The director of 'Ship Of Theseus', Anand Gandhi, actor Sohum Shah and presenter Kiran Rao spoke to the media about the release of the film.
Ritesh Batra’s ‘The Lunchbox’ made have made headlines and got an ovation at the Cannes Film Festival. But it now has another feather in its cap as it heads to the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) along with Maneesh Sharma’s ‘Shuddh Desi Romance’.
This week, Parineeti Chopra, Alia Bhatt and Rani Mukherji land up in list of the worst dressed women of the week.
This week, birthday girls Katrina Kaif and Priyanka Chopra along with the actress who had a double release this week, Shruti Haasan , upped Bollywood's fashion quotient.
It seems to be a time-tested formula in film industries all over the world, especially our very own Bollywood. The bigger the superstar in the film, the more success the film is likely to witness. In certain extreme cases, a film won’t even get made in the absence of a big star cast.
Anand Gandhi’s ‘Ship Of Theseus’ is one film, which the industry insiders recommend to watch. This isn’t the first time that stalwarts from the industry have praised a film. But are Indian audiences matured enough for niche and offbeat content, well not quite really.
After attending the special screening of 'Ship Of Theseus' organised by Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao, Priyanka Chopra then made her way to Shahid Kapoor's party to bring in her birthday.
Director of 'Ship Of Theseus' Anand Gandhi sat with BusinessOfCinema to talk about himself, his film, Kiran Rao and Aamir Khan.
The whole of Bollywood were at the party celebrating Katrina Kaif's birthday which, incidentally, was held post a special screening of 'Ship Of Theseus'.
Kiran Rao, who is bringing Anand Gandhi’s much-acclaimed film ‘Ship of Theseus’ for an India release, reinforces her full faith in the film by labelling it a “complete film.”
Kiran Rao, Anand Gandhi and actor Sohum Shah were all smiles at the Ship Of Theseus press-con where they launched a book.
Anand Gandhi, Kiran Rao and UTV have come up with a new strategy to release ‘Ship Of Theseus’ across the country through an innovative voting campaign.
Indie Bollywood film ‘Ship of Theseus’ has found a messiah in Aamir Khan’s lovely wife, filmmaker Kiran Rao, who seems to have taken tips from her maverick husband in innovative promotion.
Kiran Rao speaks on why she did not opt for Aamir Khan on board for Anand Gandhi’s ‘Ship Of Theseus’
The latest little gem of a film, Anand Gandhi’s ‘Ship of Theseus’ got a big screening, with Bollywood biggies Karan Johar and Ayan Mukherjee attending the event.
Indie film, ‘Ship of Theseus’, directed by Anand Gandhi has won the hearts of Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan and his experimental filmmaker wife Kiran Rao.
Kiran Rao, wife of actor Aamir Khan and director of critically acclaimed film ‘Dhobi Ghat’ has started her own production house which shall produce and distribute quality Indian independent films. She was spotted at PVR Cinemas along with UTV Motion Pictures CEO Sidharth Roy Kapoor during unveiling of the first look of ‘Ship of Theseus’.