Vikram Vedha Vikram Vedha was indeed a revelation and it came as a whiff of fresh air. This film, directed by Pushkar Gayathri, featuring Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi in the lead roles is in fact, one of the finest Indian films of the year. Rightly, the movie emerged as one of the biggest blockbusters of the year. … [Read more...] about BEST OF 2017: Pick Your Choice For The Best Tamil Movie Of 2017!
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Mumbai: Filmmaker Sooraj Barjatya on Tuesday revealed that he is already penning his next film and his frequent collaborator, superstar Salman Khan, has liked the idea. The 54-year-old actor and the filmmaker, who started their Bollywood journeys together with 1989's Maine Pyaar Kiya, last worked together in Prem Ratan Dhan Payo (2015). "I am writing it. In a year or two, I will be done. I have discussed the idea with Salman and he has liked it. It is in my space -- family, drama and emotions," Barjatya told PTI in an interview. Untitled Carousel Umang 2020: Shah Rukh Khan, Katrina Kaif, Salman Khan, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Varun Dhawan, Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit Nene, Sara Ali Khan and Vicky Kaushal among others attend Mumbai police's eventOn Sunday, Bollywood celebs like Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Vicky Kaushal and Anil Kapoor among others attended the prestigious Umang 2020 - A Mumbai Police Welfare Fund’s Initiative at Bandra Kurla Complex in … [Read more...] about Salman Khan has liked the idea of my next film: Sooraj Barjatya
In person, Law is well practiced in the art of avoidance: unfailingly polite but deeply private in a way that has been learned and hard fought. He answers questions at length while avoiding specificity, like an athlete running down the clock. He does not have an official Instagram. He isn’t on Twitter. And the years have made him realistic about the business. “I wouldn’t say that I necessarily do an awful lot of work for money, but there’ve been a couple jobs where I figure, Gosh, I actually need to make some money. When the work you do is also to put bread and butter on your kids’ table, it has to be,” he says. Law has five children — three with his first wife, Sadie Frost; one with Samantha Burke; and his youngest, with Catherine Harding. “I have quite a big responsibility base that I need to support. That’s just a reality check. I’m constantly going through battles with my relevance, my integrity, or sense of self as an … [Read more...] about Still Gazing in Awe at Jude Law
"We are so indoctrinated with these happy images of animals on farms, on the covers of meat containers, at restaurants and it’s a lie. I think people need to know the truth and we have an obligation to do that. Those of us that have seen it for what it really is, we have an obligation to expose it, so I have to be here.” … [Read more...] about Joaquin Phoenix comforts pigs at slaughterhouse after SAG win: ‘I have to be here’
More than 50 years on, The Fire Next Time has been reprinted by Taschen in a beautiful new edition that pairs his text with images by the civil rights-era photographer Steve Schapiro. Baldwin was “the scribe of the movement, our illustrious griot, who knew our struggle because he lived it”, as congressman John Lewis writes in the foreword. But before mobile phone videos and Twitter allowed black Americans to directly telegraph their plight to the world, it was up to photojournalism to visualise the message, as Schapiro’s images did in Life magazine. … [Read more...] about How James Baldwin’s The Fire Next Time still lights the way towards equality