29 November 2014

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Bollywood actresses soar but ask: Where's the money?

NEW DELHI  This is Bollywood`s year of the woman. Some of the biggest hits in India s prolific movie industry this year have female leads in female-oriented stories.In this summer`s surprise hit, "Queen," Kangana Ranaut is the spunky heroine who embarks on her honeymoon alone after she is jilted the day before her big fat Indian wedding. In "Mary Kom," Priyanka Chopra plays a female Olympic bronze medal-winning boxer. Previously, women were relegated to playing the male lead s

Shiny Toy Guns and Shaan Shahid jointly decide to cease production on Mission 5

Shiny Toy Guns [STG], headed by leading advertising filmmaker Asad ul Haq and prominent marketer Ali Murtaza, have jointly decided with actor Shaan Shahid to halt the production of Mission 5 due to ongoing scheduling problems, which both the producers and director felt were an impediment to the success of a project as extensive in scale as Mission 5.The decision to call off production was mutually and amicably decided by all parties involved in the best interest of the film, since the script demanded

´Hunger Games´ gobbles up box office top spot

´Hunger Games´ gobbles up box office top spotLOS ANGELES: North American cinema-goers had plenty of appetite for the latest "Hunger Games" movie, with the sci-fi survival flick debuting in the weekend box office´s top spot, industry estimates showed Sunday."The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1," in which Katniss Everdeen, played by Jennifer Lawrence, leads a rebellion against a future dystopian society, grossed $123 million over the weekend, according to box office tracker Exhibitor Relations.The performance was strong enough to keep the animated robot

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