Topic: film fraternity

Over a hundred little known filmmakers, who very few people have heard of, have issued a joint statement asking people to vote the BJP out of power. Coming under the banner of 'Save Democracy', the artists claim that they have come together "to protect the democracy of the country."
Vivek Agnihotri's The Tashkent Files is slated to be released on 12th April 2019
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'Mission Mangal' is based on women engineers who were instrumental in the 2014 Mangalyaan Mars Mission.
"It is a film about survivors in India. Sexual abuse within the Catholic Church is real,” Rodrigues said.
Vikas Bahl has accused them of orchestrating the whole campaign against him ahead of the release of his new film Super 30 starring Hrithik Roshan.
Last night, video streaming platform Hotstar, too, cancelled AIB show, "On Air with AIB'.
Earlier, film star Amitabh Bachchan had also avoided commenting on the controversy.
In a viral video is it claimed that political goons were attacking Tanushree Dutta's car.
In January, too, Sunny Leone's performance in Bengaluru faced protests
Bhajan singer has been made fun of over the Internet for dating a girl 37 years his junior
Earlier, Akshay Kumar had drawn flak for his film 'Toilet - Ek Prem Katha' and dismissed by critics as 'pro-government propaganda'
It is fairly common these days for “mainstream” media outfits, especially Congress-leaning ones like India Today, to subject social media users to pejorative labeling. I offer proof once again that most of such malicious “journalism” is a product of journalistic mediocrity, which is endemic in India. In fact, what I am going to narrate to you is a first-hand experience of the infamous Indian journalistic non-application of the mind. India Today TV did a story on its favorite bugbear, the “troll”. The general plot of such stories is by now firmly established and is as formula-driven as are Bollywood movies:...
He clearly dismissed the allegation that his movie, Indu Sarkar was funded by BJP government
A movie critical of Congress was almost killed by the UPA government appointed Censor Board chief. The post has always indulged in such irrational censoring while our liberals have looked the other way.
Theaters are being attacked by alleged Bajrang Dal and VHP activists. Is it a genuine case of protest or is there something more to it?

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