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Sowmya Raoh ties up with NY based EEG talent
EEG, the North American Management Agency has decided to sign Sowmya Raoh, a leading Bollywood singer. EEG is a well established management company in America. They have helped South Asian artists to enter into American market and show their talent.Sowmya made ...
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Race storms the international market
Race has fetched a thunderous start in the international markets. In its 4-day weekend in U. K. , the film has surpassed Saif Ali Khan's previous big openers like Ta Ra Rum Pum [£ 231,835], Eklavya [£ 163,783] and Salaam | Namaste [£ 208,365]. ...
Jodhaa Akbar storms overseas
Great news! Jodhaa Akbar has taken one of the biggest starts in Overseas. In U. K. , the opening weekend was bigger than some major openers of 2007, like Salaam-e-ishq, Namastey London, Ta Ra Rum Pum, Jhoom Barabar Jhoom, Partner, Heyy Babyy, Bhool Bhulaiyaa And Laaga Ch...
Shahid Kapoor goes back to school
Ahmed's production debut, produced by his wife Shaira Khan, is titled Paathshala. Starring Shahid Kapoor, Nana Patekar, Ayesha Takia and Suniel Shetty in pivotal characters, the film revolves around kids and is set in a school campus. ...
Aditya ropes in Shahrukh, Hrithik for success
Taking a cue from the flops produced under his banner during 2007, producer Aditya Chopra has now pulled out all stops and is reported to be rolling up his sleeves to direct his own film starring two Bollywood superstars Shahrukh Khan and Hrithik Roshan in lead roles. ...
Saif sports a new look in Race
Courtesy: IndiaFM Monday, October 01, 2007 After racing Nascar in Ta Ra Rum Pum, Saif Ali Khan is ready with a pacy and pulsating thriller called Race. Going with the rate at which Saif is changing his looks and style at ...
Cash cashes in on animation
Wednesday, August 08, 2007 Director of new release Cash Anubhav Sinha decided right from the scripting stage that the film must include a dose of animation. ...
Film industry changing for good
Says IndusInd Bank MD&CEO Bhaskar Ghose: "My bank had thought of going for film financing in 2001-02, but then we had to drop the idea, partly due to the fact that the film industry was not doing well at that time. ...
Banks come to film industry's rescue
By: Screen Weekly, IndiaFM Monday, July 02, 2007 For years, the world's largest film industry was the fiefdom of diamond and cotton merchants. ...
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