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The clinic has formed a five-member-committee to monitor the health of its star patient 24x7 led by cardiologist Dr Subrata Moitra. Sources in the Belle Vue Clinic said Sen is now on oxygen and has complained of chest pain following which her chest's
Special Arrangement A still from Kamal Swaroop's film "Rangabhoomi" Rangbhoomi looks into the struggles of the pioneer of Indian cinema. Though Dhundiraj Govind Phalke is revered as the Father of Indian Cinema, and legends have been spun around his
In an interaction with the media at the 44th International Film Festival of India (IFFI), General Secretary, Indian Documentary Producers’ Association (IDPA), Sanskar Desai said that a wide platform should be evolved by the government to
F or a nation seemingly consumed by a passion for making and viewing cinema, India's track record in preserving the medium's history so far has been far from laudatory. The National Museum of Indian Cinema, scheduled to open on November 15, will be
From beyond the charming Victorian facade of Gulshan Mahal, comes the unconventional music of hammers and carpenters' saws. Inside the building, located on the Films Division premises on Pedder Road, staff of the National Council of Science Museums,
Legendary singer Manna Dey is in hospital again due to respiratory and renal problems. "The Hindi playback singer was admitted last week for respiratory and renal problems," Narayana Hrudayalaya spokesperson Vasuki told PTI here. This is the second
After all, Hindi films were something many of us grew up watching before other foreign films became so readily available to Malaysians. It must be said also that over the years, Indian cinema has grown to be a force to be reckoned with globally what
Veteran actor Dilip Kumar, has been admitted to Mumbai's Lilavati Hospital on Sunday after he developed chest complications. Kumar who is married to actress Saira Bhanu, has acted in many memorable Bollywood movies like Devdas, Karma, Kranti etc.
Pran's last rites see a few from Bollywood Sunday, 14 July 2013 Mumbai: Legendary actor Pran was cremated at the Shivaji Park electric crematorium here yesterday in the presence of his family and a handful of members from the Hindi film fraternity...
Pran was famous for playing the part of the villain in Hindi films, in a career that stretched more than six decades. Between the 1960s and 1980s, he appeared in nearly every major Bollywood film, elevating the role of the villain to cult status. He