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Mrs Mukta Ghai re – launched the new state of art Multiplex as Sun City Mukta A2 Cinema that has a seating capacity of 309 seats in each screen

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Mukta A2 Cinemas Ltd. a wholly owned subsidiary of Mukta Arts Limited, with three iconic heritage properties across Mumbai that include New Excelsior Cinema, Jai Hind and Topiwala is now adding another property to its repertoire of cinemas, Mukta A2 Cinemas.

Mrs Mukta Ghai re – launched the new state of art Multiplex as Sun City Mukta A2 Cinema that has a seating capacity of 309 seats in each screen. This is 17th Multiplex under Mukta A2 Cinema making its foothold stronger in the   film distribution and exhibition business. Read more

THE 19TH EDITION OF NEXA IIFA AWARDS STYLED BY MYNTRA IS ALL SET TO BE A MAGNIFICENT CELEBRATION OF INDIAN CINEMA, MUSIC, FASHION AND DANCE THIS 22ND – 24TH JUNE, 2018 IN BANGKOK, THAILAND

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Key Dignatries and stars at the IIFA Mumbai Press Conference

The countdown to the biggest celebration of Indian Cinema has begun as preparations are well underway for the 19th Edition of NEXA IIFA Awards Styled by Myntra, to be held at the reputed Siam Niramit Theatre in Bangkok on 22nd & 24th June.

For the fourth consecutive year, the IIFAs will be broadcast on India’s No.1 premium Hindi entertainment channel, COLORS with a stunning line-up of star-studded programming comprising of flashback episodes, IIFA Buzz, IIFA Rocks and the NEXA IIFA Awards. For the digital savvy viewers the same will be available on India’s leading video-on-demand platform, VOOT, from the house of Viacom18. Read more

Distinguished Film Journalist K M Srivastava Launched His New Book ‘Bombay Talkies – The Pillar of Indian Cinema’

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Celebrated film journalist Krishna Mohan Srivastava recently launched a book titled Bombay Talkies – The Pillar of Indian Cinema in a grand ceremony in Mumbai. This historical book is based on the life of the founder of The Bombay Talkies Studios – the legendary Rajnarayan Dube and his contribution to the Indian entertainment industry. Senior film journalist Krishna Mohan Srivastava has authored this biography, which is printed and published by VishwaSahityaParishad. Read more

Ronnie Rodrigues Announcing his “Cinebuster Awards” For the first time ever in the history of Indian Cinema, an award is being crafted with Hallmark Gold and Studded with VVS Diamonds to be treasured forever

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Ronnie Rodrigues with Mehul Kumar and Jyoti Venkatesh

Announcing “Cinebuster Awards” to take the Indian Cinema to the highest level of International Awards & setting up an unparalleled  benchmark to celebrate the excellence & eminence in the Motion Picture business, Cinebuster, the ruling & most authoritatively popular publishing house in the Silver Screen Trade unveiled the hindi edition & for the first time ever in the history of Indian Entertainment Industry an award being celebrated with ultimate craftsmanship of Hallmark Gold & Studded with VVS Diamonds… an appreciation of supremacy, distinction & perfection to be treasured for generations to come. Read more

Daniela Ciancio And Neeta Lulla To Speak At Closing Ceremony Of Fare Cinema – The International Week Of Italian Cinema

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Costumes are an essential element of any film production and are pivotal to the mise-en-scene of a film. Costumes give us insights into the characters they clothe, the society that they are a part of, and the relevance of the two in the film’s larger cultural milieu. Not only do costume designers, who work hidden behind the camera, have to make sure that their designs are historically accurate or contemporaneous, they also have to make sure that the costuming is evocative of a character’s moods and personality. They must tell a silent story and build an atmosphere all while creating memorable couture.

Avid Learning and Italian Embassy Cultural Centre in association with Vogue India will present a first of its kind panel discussion titled “Cine Couture: Costuming For The Camera”. Chairing the discussion will be award-winning Italian costume designer Daniela Ciancio who will be making her maiden visit to the sub-continent and national award-winning Bollywood couturier Neeta Lulla in conversation with Vogue India Editor-in-Chief Priya Tanna. From cross-cultural comparisons between American, Italian, and Indian cinema, the evening will witness a discussion on processes and production of costume design, its role as a cinematic device and its larger part in shaping cultural ideologies.

Daniela Ciancio who is the ambassador selected for Mumbai and has designed the costumes of films like La Grande Bellezza and Il Divo amongst others.

Neeta Lulla who is currently working on Manikarnika and Panipat states, “A designer’s work exists to actualize the screenplay, defining the people and the places, a marriage of concept and imagery. That’s why costume designers are called the language of film design. The substance of costume design isn’t just the designing of original garments but creating multiple masterpieces from scratch to compliment the sensibilities of not just one person but a cast and crew of over 5000 people. We support the narrative by creating authentic characters and we provide balance within the frame by using color, texture, and silhouette by painting each frame of the film.” Read more

‘Love Lafde’, the first Marathi cinema to release through a mobile app!

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Get ready to witness the huge change soon, in the scenario of Marathi film industry with ‘Love Lafde’ releasing soon not in theatres but through a mobile application called Home Cinema Center (HCC).  Read more

Celebs came for 1st Cinema Aajtak Awards 2018 at Mayor Hall,Andheri

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aditya kumar,nitanshi goel,shabab sabri & ekta jain

Narendra Sharma owner of Cinema Aajtak magazine organised his 1st award in assocaitaion with Puneet Khare and Satish Agarwal at Mayor Hall,Andheri. Read more

Divya Dutta firmly believes of Hindi cinema having a positive influence on the society

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Divya Dutta in her recent public appearance shared her regards for Akshay Kumar for creating a stir and bringing to light as sensitive as the topic of menstrual hygiene with his recent movie Padman. She believes that Hindi cinema holds a firm grip on the society and such mainstream films could draw sincere attention towards other deserved topics as well.

 

Talking about the taboos so profound, she said, “The film has made a huge effort to throw light on the subject. Kudos to Akashay Kumar and Tina (Twinkle Khanna). People have been talking about the fimand its message, and what Akshay Kumar is bringing to people amtters. They take it seriously. Because it was a commercial film, it got attention. Usually we make films on taboo subjects, but those are made as documentaries”. People tends to pay a lot of attention to the such untutored topics and subjects when it gets associated with any sort of commercial film and it does matter when such topic comes from a celebrity. Audiences take it seriously.

 

Divya further added, “We are a cinema-affected society and people are impacted by what is shown on screen. Art derives inspiration from society and vice versa. People I have met in smaller towns have been talking about PadMan. It was taboo and uncomfortable for people to talk about, which piqued their interest and they went to see the film”. Although the movie has already created a stir in the society, it still needs to push people to take-up the required measures for powerful and lasting impact. Read more

Catch the 1st international Bangla Cinema Carnival, organized by SVF, on Star Jalsha this Sunday evening

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SVF, Eastern India’s largest movie production house recently organized an international Bengali cinema carnival in Bangkok with much fanfare. The star-studded, glitzy carnival, held in the Thailand capital, will air exclusively on Star Jalsha this coming Sunday (February 25), a must-watch for anyone who is interested in Bengali cinema. It is yet another first from SVF which ensured that Bengali filmdom finally landed on foreign shores.

 

From Dev to Ankush, Mimi to Nusrat and Imon to JeetGannguli, the Tollywood stars, singers and musicians were all there, singing, dancing and milling around, rubbing shoulders with one another. If Shruti Pathak started with the song Shubharambh, Nakash Aziz’s Jabra Fan, Lagnajita’sBasantoEsheGeche and Jeet’sChinteParli Na, had the audience in raptures.

 

While Sayantika grooved to superhits like TammaTamma and TuCheezBadi Hai Mast Mast as well as Phoolkoli and Remix Qawali; Nusrat performed on Aayat from the movie BajiraoMastani as well as Ami Je KeTomar’s title track. Yash made the fans go crazy when he danced to the peppy Mon from the movie Total Dadagiri and ThikEmonEbhabe; Mimi was seen dancing to the biggest party numbers of 2017KarGayiChull and Senorita as well as Emotional Saiyaan and Honey Bunny while Ankushchipped in with performances on Shona, Take it Easy and Darling and more Read more

Presence of experiments is necessary in cinema

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