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Is he India's answer to Bruce Lee?
'When we make these action machismo films, the stupidest thing is to show that the hero sails through a thousand people. It's a tradition we have grown up with.''We don't have the basis of creating......
Does the West get India right?
Sometimes, yes. We take a look. Every few years, a Hollywood or a British production company re-discovers India and thinks it is cool to set a film there -- a film that will show the exotic......
'The Reluctant Fundamentalist is a very American story'
Actor Riz Ahmed tells Aseem Chhabra that most people can relate to the film, as it is the story of an outsider trying to find a home in a new society. Riz Ahmed began his career with Michael......
Freida Pinto: I get the 'curiosity treatment' in India
Some fairy tales are true. Just look at Freida Pinto's life in the past four years. She got a huge break in Danny Boyle's Slumdog Millionaire. She followed it up with film projects with......
Review: Michael Winterbottom's Trishna is magical
Beautiful shots, stunning music and rich performances make Trishna a pleasant watch, writes Aseem ChhabraNearly half an hour into Michael Winterbottom's Trishna, its protagonist Jay......
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