Bans, protests and a long weekend may have affected the business of director Prakash Jha’s new offering “Aarakshan”, but despite all the problems, the movie about caste-based reservations in the Indian education system has managed to earn Rs.25 crore in
The Punjab and Andhra Pradesh governments have cleared filmmaker Prakash Jha’s “Aarakshan” for screening and revoked the statewide ban they imposed on it. The screening of the film started in the two states Saturday afternoon. Both states set up special
A day ahead of the release of “Aarakshan”, filmmaker Prakash Jha Thursday agreed to “appropriate” alterations in the multi-starrer dealing with the sensitive issue of reservations after facing protests from the Republican Party of India (RPI) as well as a
Amitabh Bachchan, Deepika Padukone,Saif Ali Khan and Prakash Jha at a promotional event for the film “Aarakshan”,in New Delhi.
After exploring the dark underbelly of the political world, filmmaker Prakash Jha returns with yet another realistic film based on the sensitive issue of caste-based reservations – “Aarakshan” – releasing Friday. Directed by Jha and co-produced by Prakash Jha Productions
Veteran actress Shabana Azmi has condemned the protests against Prakash Jha’s forthcoming film “Aarakshan” as “shameful”. “Vandalism against ‘Aakarshan’ must be condemned in the strongest terms possible. As always, those protesting have not even seen the film. Shameful,” Shabana wrote
Team Aarakshan goes back to school with some cool lessons. Deepika Padukone showed off her moves, Saif Ali Khan played a few notes on his guitar and Prateik Babbar some of his graffiti strokes. Not to be left behind, headmaster
Watch the theatrical trailer of “Aarakshan” starring Amitabh Bachchan, Saif Ali Khan, Deepika Padukone, Prateik Babbar and Manoj Bajpayee. The movie is directed by Prakash Jha. In theaters, August 12th, 2011. Watch online Bollywood Film Aarakshan Film Trailer.
Amitabh Bachchan, Deepika Padukone, Manoj Bajpai and Prakash Jha promote Aarakshan on the sets of UTV Bindaas.
Megastar Amitabh Bachchan is proud to see that there is no “Aarakshan” (reservation) in Indian film industry and he is certain that it sets the biggest example of national integration in the country. “There is no ‘aarakshan’ in Hindi film