New Song: "Oye Boy Charlie" from 'Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola' on December 19, 2012


Set in the rustic surroundings of a village in Haryana in India, "Matru ki Bijlee ka Mandola" is a comedy-drama about Harry Mandola (Pankaj Kapur), a wealthy industrialist who loves his drink, his daughter Bijlee (Anushka Sharma) and the unusual bond they both share with Harry's man friday, Matru (Imran Khan). Much to her father's delight, Bijlee is all set to marry Baadal (Arya Babbar), the son of a powerful politician Chaudhari Devi (Shabana Azmi). This alliance which is far from just being a simple union of two young people becomes the seed for a story that brings twists and turns in the lives of Matru, Bijlee and Mandola.

Note: The following video does not have English subtitles. We aim to post videos with English subtitles whenever possible.

Shah Rukh Khan Receives Awards For 'Jab Tak Hai Jaan' Performance on December 17, 2012

The BIG Entertainment Awards named Shah Rukh Khan the Entertainer of the Year for his work in Jab Tak Hai Jaan, the final film from legendary director Yash Chopra. Khan also split the Best Romantic On-Screen Couple award with JTHJ co-star Katrina Kaif. "I get really excited with awards. No matter how many I have got, they have the same effect on me, like they did when I was new in the industry. I become like a kid in a candy store," says Khan. 

[Box Office India]

Pakistani Producers Threaten Hunger Strikes If Indian Films Aren't Curbed on December 16, 2012

How badly does the Pakistani Film Producers Association want to see domestic products begin to edge out Indian films? Pretty badly, apparently.

Syed Noor, the association's chairman, recently released this quote: "We will take out rallies and organise hunger strike camps if the government does not take any action to save the local industry."

The association is asking for a 90% cut in the screening of Indian films so that Pakistani films can prosper.

[The Times of India]

BOX OFFICE: 'Khiladi 786' Debuts at #1; 'Talaash' Slides Down to #2 on December 14, 2012


Note: These grosses come from areas with reliable reporting. They do not represent the entire country.

Source: Box Office India

Deepa Mehta's 'Midnight's Children' Cleared by CBFC Without Cuts on December 14, 2012

The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has cleared Deepa Mehta's film, Midnight's Children, without any censoring or cuts. The film is an adaptation of the 1980 Booker-Prize winner book written by Salman Rushdie. The film is already a critical success but recently made waves for several controversial subjects, drawing the initial attention of the CBFC.

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