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The actress, who shot to fame with 'Rock On', plays the role of Amina, mother of the protagonist Saleem Sinai in Mehta's adaptation of Salman Rushdie's Booker prize-winning book. The film premiered at the ongoing Toronto International Film Festival
Arthouse actress Nandita Das, who is back after her maternity break, is all set to wow the audience with her acting chops in a Tamil and Hindi venture this year. Nandita, who was last seen on silver screen in Onir's national award winning film I Am (
For a place that normally gets to watch only the mainstream films from Hollywood and Bollywood, hosting a film festival like this is a wonderful way of opening up to the world of meaningful cinema, says Nandita Das, who is on her first visit to Oman
It took me four years to chronicle the entire carnage' says Meena Menon while launching her book Riots and After in Mumbai Disturbing memories of the riots that rocked the city in 1992-93 came back on Thursday as Meena Menon, Deputy Editor and Deputy
Interview Actor-director Nandita Das on being the first Indian to be inducted into the IWF International Hall of Fame. Subha J Rao reports On October 28, 2011, at the historic National Building Museum, Washington DC, Nandita Das became the first
File photo Honoured recently by the International Women's Forum, actor Nandita Das discusses her plans with Neha Alawadhi .. Between film promotions, stage shows, endorsements and public appearances, few people in the film industry manage to carve a
For portraying the plight of voiceless women authentically through cinema, critically acclaimed actress-director Nandita Das has become the first Indian to have been inducted into the Hall of Fame by the International Women's Forum (IWF). Known as
Tisca Chopra, most remembered for playing Darsheel Safary's mother in Taare Zameen Par, made her acting debut at the young age of three. The actor had carved out a niche for herself in television as well and has also anchored a few reality shows.
Critically acclaimed actress-turned-director Nandita Das was conferred with the Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters, one of the highest civilian awards of France, for her contribution to the development of Indo-French cooperation in cinema in New
Critically acclaimed actress-turned-director Nandita Das has been conferred with the Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters, one of the highest civilian awards of France, for her contribution to the development of Indo-French cooperation in cinema.