02 September 2015

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Irrfan Khan urges Hollywood to adopt Hindi film industry's culture

MUMBAI  Indian movie star Irrfan Khan, lauded for his roles in "The Lunchbox" and "Life of Pi", has urged Hollywood directors to adopt Bollywood s love of flamboyant song-and-dance routines.The ubiquitous actor, whose credits also include "The Amazing Spider-Man" and "The Darjeeling Limited", told AFP that US blockbusters would benefit from a injection of musical hoopla, Indian style.Khan, 48, is one of Bollywood s most internationally-recognised exports, carving a stellar career

'Too old' Gyllenhaal, 37, sparks Hollywood sexism debate

'Too old' Gyllenhaal, 37, sparks Hollywood sexism debateLOS ANGELES: Oscar-nominated US actress Maggie Gyllenhaal was told she was too old at 37 to play the lover of a 55-year-old man, she said in comments published Thursday which went viral online."There are things that are really disappointing about being an actress in Hollywood that surprise me all the time," she said in an interview with TheWrap Magazine."I´m 37 and I was told recently I was too old to play the lover of a man who was 55. It was astonishing to me. It made me feel bad and then it made feel angry, and

All-star celebrity bash near Cannes raises $30m for AIDS fight

Cannes, France  A soiree with some of Hollywood’s biggest names held late Thursday near Cannes during the film festival raised $30 million (27 million euros) for the fight against AIDS.Leonardo DiCaprio, Antonio Banderas, Michael Fassbender, F1 driver Lewis Hamilton, designer-turned-director Tom Ford, models Eva Herzigova, Adriana Lima and Kendall Jenner, singer Robin Thicke and movie producer Harvey Weinstein were among the 900 invitees who attended the annual

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