Bond returns, so does Godzilla! Hollywood's 2020 Line-up Is Marvel-ous
From 'Avengers: Endgame' to 'Joker' and 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood...
Film maker wins copyright infringement case against Google, YouTube
Suneel Darshan, the proprietor of film production company Shree Krishna International, had filed a suit for permanent injunction against Google India and YouTube, and their US parent, in 2011, in the district court of Gurgaon for infringement of his copyright.
Assam cannot take the burden of the consequences of CAB: Film maker Jahnu Barua
Assam is unique because for the past 600 years, we have had people from all communities, ethnic tribes, come and stay together because of the Assamese identity, but now, we are scared that we Assamese people will become a minority," said Barua.
Javadekar says Big B to be honoured with Dadasaheb Phalke on Sunday after actor misses National Awards ceremony due to ill health
President Kovind will host a high-tea for the National Award winners where Bachchan will be presented with the honour.
CAA: Sonakshi Sinha says country's unity is more important than film's collection after 'Dabangg 3' manages to earn only Rs 80 cr
The actor said that no one can take away the right to protest.
Babri evidence dropped for want of projector
Testimony of two witnesses, employees of public broadcaster ‘Doordarshan’ (Film Division), who had taped the demolition on December 6, 1992, was closed last week in the Lucknow special court amid claims that were no 15 mm and 35 mm projectors to play the cassettes.
Eminent theatre and film actor Shriram Lagoo passes away at 91; Rishi Kapoor, Mamata Banerjee pay tribute
Lagoo played an important role in the growth of theatre movement in Maharashtra in post-Independence era.
Oscars shortlist for best international film out; 'Gully Boy' fails to make the cut
The shortlist was culled from 91 eligible films.
7 yrs after Nirbhaya incident, 'Delhi Crime' director shares perils of filming the series
Richie Mehta said it was a 'delicate balancing act'.
INOX's new 11-screen Megaplex wants to change how Mumbai experiences films
INOX Megaplex offers the maximum number of movie viewing formats and experiences at Inorbit Mall in Mumbai.
Who'll be the box-office king? James Cameron confident of 'Avatar 2' breaking 'Endgame's' record
In July, the superhero film became the world's highest grossing movie by earning USD 2.796 billion.
Noida on CAA alert, social media posts being monitored
The police carried out flag march in parts of the twin cities, distributed pamphlets which had details related to the controversial law to people, at public places, even as social media was being monitored to check rumour mongering.
Anurag Kashyap joins 'Kabir Singh' debate, says film represents 70% of urban India
Kashyap was speaking on the sidelines of the launch of Audible Suno, an audio show platform.
Running high on josh: Sanjay Leela Bhansali & Bhushan Kumar to co-produce film on Balakot strike
It will be the second film on the February 26 air strike after 'Balakot - The True Story'.
Did 'Panipat' give in to protests? Govt official claims makers agreed to edit part of the film
ACS Rajeeva Swarup said that the producers would move the edited version of the film to censor board.
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