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Bhagyashree

Be Ready To Forget Who You Were, To Become Who You Want To Be

Bhagyashree BE READY TO FORGET WHO YOU WERE, TO BECOME WHO YOU WANT TO BE. This line holds true in more in this field than any other. Acting, the pursuance of the world of imagination. Were you not as a child, oblivious to the people, place and time of day once you got into your own dream world? Well, think how it would be to discover that child in you again. Live another life, be another character, give it different emotions than what you would normally feel, be another you. I often tell people that this is one place where ...
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Bhawana Somaya

Cinema Today

Bhawana Somaaya Change is inevitable and in entertainment business it comes rapidly. When 3 Idiots released with 1000 prints we called it a phenomenon. Ek Tha Tiger, just a few years later, released with 600 prints. Pre-Independence, the ticket cost for a film was 25 paisa; post-Independence, it became Rs 1.50 later Rs 3.50; and today, multiplexes charge a minimum of Rs 300 (over the weekends). In the old days, most films were very run-of-the-mill, and it was only once in a while that there came a film that everyone was proud of. We now made realistic, believable stories of ...
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Good Writing Is The Bedrock Of Good Cinema

Bharathi S Pradhan When reviewing a slew of big-ticket movies like The Avengers: Age Of Ultron, Batman Vs Superman or London Has Fallen, one common lament that I found myself making was about the jumbo budgets kept aside for special effects without spending a healthy percentage of that on the content ie the writing. One certainly doesn’t have a fight with modern technology or computer graphics. But good cinema is about compelling story-telling and special effects should ideally be used to enhance the appeal of a story, not to hide the lack of it. Timeless films like Star Wars and ...
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