Hollywood’s reigning star Brad Pitt missed the opportunity of romancing Indian beauty Aishwarya Rai in “Troy”, but with the growing presence of Indian films on the world stage, he says he might just decide to surprise fans by grooving in
BollywoodNewsWorld.com, The overseas market for Indian films is growing and will rise by about 20 percent in the next few years, say film industrialists from India and abroad. “Ten years back, for an Indian film, the overseas market was 5
A leading Pakistani newspaper Friday sought a ban on Indian films, warning this was the only way to help the local cinema “develop and thrive”. The Nation said the government should meet a demand made in Lahore Wednesday by a
The Walt Disney Studios is releasing three films from India – “Do Dooni Chaar”, “Once Upon A Warrior” and “Zokkomon” – in North America July 26 simultaneously on DVD, video-on-demand, and digital download. Disney was involved in production of each
Dhaka, A 45-year-old ban on import of Indian films, which a Bangladesh ministry had decided to lift causing protests from the film fraternity, will now continue following a decision by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. A minister was cited by The
New Delhi, After Brazilian Giselle Monteiro and Mexican Barbara Mori, it’s Egyptian Aida Elkashef’s turn to make her debut in an Indian movie as an actress. Director Anand Gandhi says initially he didn’t plan to cast her in “Theseus’ Ship”.