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Hollywood's 20th Century Fox is suing Bollywood's BR Films over what it has described as an unauthorized remake of its 1992 big-screen comedy My Cousin Vinny. The BBC said Fox is suing the Indian company for $1.42 million in Mumbai's High Court, claiming the dialogue and story for Banda Yeh Bindaas
LOS ANGELES, April 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Gulu Watumull and Mukesh Assomull today announced they have partnered with American Empire Media Group of Los Angeles, California to kick off the new Bollywood Indian television game show "Bollywood Squares." The partnership will release details for the game show for the 2010-2011 season, at an event to be held in Mumbai, India, September 25, 2009.
NEW YORK, April 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Saavn (www.saavn.com), the largest digital distributor of Bollywood entertainment, announced today that Rishi Malhotra has been appointed president and COO of Saavn, and partner in MEDIA.
A group of Bollywood film producers says it plans to go on strike after failing to reach a profit-sharing deal with Indian multiplex owners. The Press Trust of India said the film producers are to go on strike Saturday for an indefinite amount of time.
India's movie industry is poised to take advantage of the success of Slumdog Millionaire and expand globally, experts say.
Public celebrations broke out in India as the Mumbai-set, feel-good movie Slumdog Millionaire won eight Oscars, including best picture, CNN said. Smile Pinky, which was also made in India, earned the best short documentary prize at the 81st annual Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles Sunday night, which was Monday morning in India. This is the finest hour of Indian cinema in the global scenario, Anand Sharma, India's junior external affairs minister, told CNN. I cannot describe this...
Indiaâ€™s slow-growing animation and gaming industry could hit 1.3 billion this year with the help of the countryâ€™s first 3D videogame, inspired by a hit Bollywood thriller about a man with short-term amnesia.
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- NDM Bollywood Dance Studios & Productions announced today that tickets for its highly anticipated production of Nakul Dev Mahajan, The One Man Bollywood Show will go on sale November 1, on Ticketmaster.com and by calling (213) 365-3500.
By Bhama Devi Ravi CHENNAI: Ahead of Deepavali, the only cameras that are rolling uninterruptedly in the city are the security cameras installed by the police. For the makers of films and TV commercials, finding the right shooting spot has become a tough proposition.
By SHARIN WADER That Nana Patekar is one of the great characters of Bollywood, there is no doubt. For a shoot with BT, he dressed in dhoti-kurta- topi, the typical attire of the Marathi manoos. No, he isn't joining Raj Thackeray despite the rumours.
- To swell, as grain or wood with water.