Anurag Kashyap's "Gangs of Wasseypur" will open the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles and Deepa Mehta's "Midnight's Children," will feature as the closing night film. Both filmmakers will attend to…
LONDON -- Indian multihyphenate Yash Chopra, who directed and produced a series of blockbusters starting with 1973's "Daag," "Deewar" and "Kabhi kabhie" Sunday died in Mumbai, India, following a bout…
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Fox Star Studios India, 20th Century Fox and Fox Searchlight have decided to open Hindi pic "My Name Is Khan" around the world on Valentine's Day weekend, the same time that it bows in India.
Yash Raj Films, Bollywood's leading indie studio, has pacted with Dubai Infinity Holdings to build a movie-themed entertainment district in Dubai.
Karan Johar returns to the directing helm with his third pic, "Kabhi alvida naa kehna," a star-loaded, Gotham-set relationships movie that's generally good but works better in bits than as a whole…
Vet producer-director Yash Chopra returns to the helm with "Veer-Zaara," a full-bore, traditional masala-meller with a contempo slant. Tale of a stymied, Indo-Pak love affair doesn't rely on the…
Mumbai meets Gotham (and wins) in "Kal ho naa ho," a family masala epic with aces playing by its young and old star cast. Pic is another slam-dunk from vet producer Yash Johar, whose Dharma Prods…
Miscasting of actress Kareena Kapoor in the title role of "Khushi" weakens the appeal of this comedy romancer that depends crucially on chemistry between its two leads. Tale of two college students…
The craze for Indian film has hit South Africa where exhib Ster-Kinekor will launch the first Bollywood Film Festival on Sept. 20.