Katrina Kaif and Aditya Roy Kapoor to star.
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The Mumbai-based Indian majors are heading south along with their Hollywood partners, looking to cash in on the lucrative South Indian film market and expanding their reach beyond Hindi-language…
Anurag Kashyap ended a years-long drought for Hindi films at Cannes with last year's six-hour "Gangs of Wasseypur," which premiered in Directors' Fortnight.
The Indian Film Festival Los Angeles will salute Universal TV's Bela Bajaria, Participant's Christopher Gebhardt and producer Guneet Monga on April 11 at its sixth annual Leadership Awards, which…
A close-knit trio of young men determined to turn their passion for cricket into a viable business find their efforts derailed and their destinies altered by murderous religious violence in Abhishek…
In Bollywood, the female lead is nearly always eye candy. From hits like "Awaara" to "3 Idiots," the story is centered around the male.
LONDON -- Helmer Anurag Basu's Hindi-lingo pic "Barfi" is the Film Federation of India's entry for consideration in Oscar's foreign language category.
MUMBAI -- India's UTV Motion Pictures has greenlit 3D dance musical "ABCD," starring U.S. dancer Lauren Gottlieb.
Disney has completed its acquisition of a controlling stake in Indian producer UTV via a subsidiary, making it the leading film studio in the subcontinent, producing UTV and Mouse House pics.
R-rated comedies are not just for young Americans. India's youthful filmgoers have taken a liking to local laffers replete with blue language and gross-out moments.
More a mashup of production numbers than a docu, pic shows little direction from co-helmers Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra and Jeff Zimbalist but lots of editing (Zimbalist's other hat).
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