Debt drives 53-year-old Idukki farmer to suicide in Kerala
His family went searching for him after he failed to return home by night.
Muslim outfits hail Congress ‘revival’ bid by Tharoor
Tharoor said his attempt is to reclaim the amity between different communities.
Joju George, Suraj Venjaramoodu to star in 'Narayaneente Moonaanmakkal'
Joju George, Suraj Venjaramoodu, and Alencier Ley Lopez are coming together for a new film titled Narayaneente Moonaanmakkal.
'The Kashmir Files' row: Three IFFI jurors back Nadav Lapid, Indian member Sen differs
The film, which opened to polarised reactions on March 11, is one of the most commercially successful Hindi films of the year.
The Kashmir Files is disguised as a film
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‘Your opponent’s film is always propaganda’
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'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
The acclaimed director, known for his anti-establishment stance, said his remarks were neither a statement on the political situation in Kashmir nor a denial of the tragedy.
Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid, head of the international jury at the International Film Festival of India recently criticised The Kashmir Files as ‘propaganda’,
Happy to be on my way to airport now: Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid
Nadav also said that it won’t come as a surprise if a film like The Kashmir Files is made in Israel in the next couple of years.
Who is the Israeli filmmaker who criticized ‘The Kashmir Files’ at IFFI?
Nadav Lapid, a writer and filmmaker, recepient of the Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres, called the Indian film 'The Kashmir Files', "vulgar" and "propaganda" at IFFI held in Goa.
Israeli director under fire for comments on 'The Kashmir Files', international jury says 'personal opinion'
A day after the director described the 'The Kashmir Files' as "propaganda" and "vulgar", BJP leaders, actors and the film's director Vivek Agnihotri also joined the discourse against him.
SC lawyer files police complaint against IFFI jury head for remarks on 'The Kashmir Files'
The film 'The Kashmir Files' is based on the 'exodus and killings' of Kashmiri Pandits in the Valley in the 1990s by Islamic terrorists.
"Hate gets called out, eventually": Congress on Israeli filmmaker's criticism of 'The Kashmir Files'
The attack by the Opposition party leaders came after Lapid, the jury head of the 53rd International Film Festival of India (IFFI), on Monday described the Hindi film as "propaganda" and "vulgar".
Vivek Agnihotri takes indirect dig at IFFI jury head for comments on 'The Kashmir Files'
Jury Head Nadav Lapid had called 'The Kashmir Files' a "propaganda, vulgar film", adding that he was "shocked" to see the film in the competition section of such a prestigious film festival.
'You should be ashamed': Envoy to Israeli filmmaker on 'Kashmir Files' remark row
Gilon, in a series of tweets, rebuked Lapid and emphasized how the friendship between the people and the states of India and Israel is very strong and will survive the damage inflicted by him.
Tehran bars Iranian filmmaker Reza Dormishian from attending IFFI
A Minor tells a story of a woman who is torn between her free-thinking daughter, who wants to study music, and her more conservative husband.
IFFI: 'There is no exclusive news in today's world of sensationalism'
In 'Frame' the protagonist has to deal with the discord caused by his professional ethics and duty towards society as an individual comes in conflict with each other.
Unfortunately in Indian cinema, we have two climaxes: A Sreekar Prasad
He was speaking at a Masterclass on the topic 'To Cut or Not to Cut' held on Friday at the International Film Festival of India, underway in Goa.
Telugu biopic on the legendary freedom fighter 'Khudiram Bose' gets positive response at IFFI Goa
The director credits his entire cast and crew for the flawless output. "Senior technicians knew how to bring the script to life”, he said.
Randeep Hooda, Ileana D’cruz starrer 'Tera Kya Hoga Lovely' to be screened at IFFI
The upcoming film revolves around a dusky-skinned girl, who bears the brunt of social prejudice, and what she does to address the problem of society's obsession with fair skin.
AAI gives target to airports to achieve 100% use of Green Energy by 2024
Loss of seniority of candidates recommended earlier 'matter of grave concern': SC Collegium
Former Karnataka CM S M Krishna, industrialist Kumar Mangalam Birla get Padma awards
IND VS AUS: Australia post 269 despite fine bowling efforts from Hardik, Kuldeep
Indian mission in London's security heightened as British Sikh groups call for protests
HC declares void divorce given to Indian couple by US court, orders husband to pay wife Rs 25L