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Bachchan, Rani in race for Golden Globes

December 09, 2005 19:56 IST

BlackBollywood blockbusters Black, Paheli and Veer-Zaara are among the foreign films that qualified for nominations at the prestigious Golden Globe Awards, which precedes the Oscars.

Amol Palekar's fantasy Paheli, Yash Chopra's romance across the Indo-Pak border Veer Zaara, and Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Black, the story of a blind girl and her mentor played, are among the 60 foreign films selected for nomination to the 63rd edition of the awards.

Interestingly, Amitabh Bachchan and Rani Mukerji star in all three films. Shah Rukh stars in Veer-Zaara and Paheli.

Paheli has already been nominated asIndia's entryto the Oscars. As many as 60 foreign films have qualified for the 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards, Philip Berk, the President of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, organisers of the Golden Globe, announced yesterday.

There are four entries from China in the list dominated by European films. The nominations will take place on December 13 at the Beverly Hilton. The 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards will take place on January 16, 2006 at the Beverly Hilton. The programme is being produced by Dick Clark Productions in association with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, with Allen Shapiro and Barry Adelman as executive producers.

It will be closely watched,considering winners at the Golden Globes often emerge as the chosen ones to lift the Oscars.


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No question about it ! it is just charming & wonderful and a lesson to nation to admire and care all the surroundings on you.


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Some one ask me one Mr. Khan is king of Bollywoods,But I 100%, 1000%sure only one King,God,Landmark of Indian cinema Mr.Amitabh Bachchan is a king ...


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Sub: What a headline and what is the content?

Sir the movies have been just shortlisted not the actors as your title for the article suggests. journalism at its worst here. sudhar jaao yaar


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Sub: I will vote for BLACK!!!

Black is a far superior movie than rest all. So my vote as well as all Indian votes (100 crore) goes to only BLACK


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