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Actress Neelu Sodhi Makes Her Bollywood Debut in “English Vinglish” Alongside Sridevi

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Actress and model Neelu Sodhi will finally have her big screen, Bollywood debut in Eros International’s much anticipated film, English Vinglish.

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Ten South Asian Inspired Films To Be Shown At Toronto International Film Festival

Deepa Mehta’s film adaptation of Salman Rushdie’s Midnight Children is just one of the several  South Asian inspired films being showcased at the the 37th annual Toronto International Film Festival.

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Ashton Kutcher in Delhi Shooting Steve Jobs Biopic

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Actor Ashton Kutcher has been causing quite a stir in Old Delhi since arriving last week to shoot a biopic on the late Apple founder, Steve Jobs.

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Karan Johars Student of the Year Poster

Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’s Anjali – All Grown Up

Remember Anjali? That child actress who played Shah Rukh Khan’s adorable daughter in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai?

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Kick A$$ Afghan Girls Skateboarding – Skateistan

What first started out as an Afghan NGO has turned into the International phenom called Skatistan.

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Sundance Winner “Valley of Saints” To Open Hamburg International Film Festival

Director Musa Syeed’s romantic drama “Valley of Saints” will open next month’s 20th annual Hamburg Film Festival.

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Archie Panjabi’s “The Good Wife” to Premiere Next Month Despite Kristin Chenoweth Departure

The CBS legal drama series is set to premiere in its fourth season as scheduled on September 30th despite the unexpected departure of actress Kristin Chenoweth.

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Vikram Gandhi with Stephen Colbert

Meet Vikram Gandhi, the Brown Sacha Baron Cohen?

Could Vikram Gandhi be the brown answer to Sacha Baron Cohen?

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“Midnight’s Children” Selected To Premiere At The 2012 TIFF

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Deepa Mehta’s film “Midnight’s Children” will officially have its world premiere at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival.

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