Since the Jaanu hero hasn't tasted box office success in a while, it is important that his next outing does well at the ticket windows. But will Sreekaram manage to get cash registers ringing or will it bear the brunt of failure at the box office for having a similar storyline as that of Maharshi? Guess, we'll find out when Sharwanand's movie releases in theatres. … [Read more...] about Is Sharwanand’s Film Sreekaram Similar To Mahesh Babu’s Maharshi?
This Vijay Deverakonda film is touted to be an action-entertainer which will release in Hindi and other South languages. The movie promises to present Vijay Deverakonda in a never-seen-before avatar. To prep for his role, the South sensation underwent rigorous training and was on strict diet to shape-up his body. He even flew to Thailand to learn mixed martial arts and other fight forms for his role. … [Read more...] about Ramya Krishnan Is The Newest Addition To The Cast Of Vijay Deverakonda-Ananya Panday’s Film
The film Lipstick Under My Burkha, which explores women's sexuality, has bagged a top prize at the tye Global Sustainability Film Awards in London. The Founder's Award for Sustainability on the Big Screen was introduced this year and sponsored by philanthropist Surina Narula. … [Read more...] about Lipstick Under My Burkha Wins The Global Sustainability Film Awards In London!
Prakash Jha's controversial film Lipstick Under My Burkha was left high and dry as the CBFC denied to certify the film as it was too "lady oriented". However, the film is getting appreciation abroad at various film festivals across the globe. Lipstick Under My Burkha has just bagged the 'Audience Award' at the Glasgow Film Festival 2017 today and the film-makers are very proud of this feat. … [Read more...] about Lipstick Under My Burkha Wins ‘Audience Award’ At The Glasgow Film Festival!
She further commented, "If women having agency over their own bodies and desires and dreams make people uncomfortable, too bad! We are living, breathing, real people. Not just created to fit into the stereotypes created by the male-dominant paradigm of popular culture. It is quite a paradox. Considering the situation of women in India, with dowry, violence against women, female foeticide, sexual harassment on the streets, it is crucial for women's voices and stories, their experiences and perspectives to be given space in popular culture." … [Read more...] about Lipstick Under My Burkha! India Has To Make Way For Women-Oriented Films