If Bejoy Sir asks you to jump off a cliff, you jump and make it look sexy ‘: Says Actor Armaan Khera

Actor and Singer Armaan Khera whose latest outing, Taish is receiving rave reviews is on a career high. The actor not only has meaty role in ensemble cast film but also sung a track and written lyrics for it.Continue reading “If Bejoy Sir asks you to jump off a cliff, you jump and make it look sexy ‘: Says Actor Armaan Khera”

An Actor Speaks: In Conversation with Shriyam Bhagnani

Belonging to an active film family, which includes uncle Vashu Bhagnani (producer), cousins Jacky Bhagnani (actor-producer) & Deepshikha Deshmukh (producer), it was no surprise that Shriyam Bhagani also decided to make a mark for herself in the world of cinema. But she chose to chart her own path as an actor, beginning by getting herself trained by veteran acting coach, Barry John. After doing small but interesting character roles in films like Baaghi 2 & Batti Gul Meter Chalu, she’s now all set to be seen in some interesting projects. Here’s an excerpt from a conversation with Shriyam Bhagani-

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The more I read the script, the more I came to love her: In Conversation with Actor Serena Walia

Serena Walia is an Indian film actor and stage actor best known for her unconventional character choices. After graduating, Serena took up a corporate job but quickly realized that it was her calling to be a performer. She worked as an intern with Manav Kaul’s group for one and a half years, going on to then start playing parts in Mamtaz Bhai Patangwale, Swanand Kirkire’s Ao Saathi Sapna Dekhein, Akvarious’ Peter Pan and many other noted plays. sold out theatre productions including A Kind Of True Story with Actor’s Cult and Unselfed with The Company Theatre, Orphans by Dennis Kelly, Open Cast with Kumud Mishra’s D for Drama. Continue reading “The more I read the script, the more I came to love her: In Conversation with Actor Serena Walia”

In Conversation with Raahul Jatin: On Aankhon Ke Ishaare and More

Veteran Music composer, Jatin Pandit’s (Jatin– Latin) son Raahul Jatin made his debut in the music industry recently with a groovy yet melodious single ‘Aankhon Ke Ishaare’ which released on Zee Music Company’s youtube channel. Composed and sung by Raahul Jatin, Aankhon ke Ishaare has gone to become very popular in a short time. Here’s part of a conversation that he had with us a short while ago-Continue reading “In Conversation with Raahul Jatin: On Aankhon Ke Ishaare and More”

On ‘Kuch Kuch Locha Hai’, ‘The Meeeting’ and More: In Conversation with Actor Navdeep Chhabra

Actor Navdeep Chhabra who made his Bollywood debut with Kuch Kuch Locha Hai is now gearing up for his next release. Sharing screen space with Sunny Leone and Ram Kapoor was a learning experience for this Delhi boy and now he is back on screen with a short film, The Meeeting. In a freewheeling chat with MAM, Navdeep Chhabra spoke to us about his experience of working on Kuch Kuch Locha Hai, The Meeting and a lot more. Given below is an excerpt from the conversation-

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On ‘Kaamyaab’ & More: In Conversation with Writer-Director Hardik Mehta

Winner of the National Award for Best Non-Feature Film for Amdavad Ma Famous (2015) & co-writer of Trapped (2017), Hardik Mehta is now all ready with his first feature film as director, Kaamyaab which is now going to be having its world premiere shortly at the prestigious Busan International Film Festival. Here’s what Hardik had to talk to us about Kaamyaab & more.Continue reading “On ‘Kaamyaab’ & More: In Conversation with Writer-Director Hardik Mehta”

In Conversation with Sudhir Mishra on Daas Dev

With highly acclaimed films like Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi, Dharavi and Chameli to his name, Sudhir Mishra is one of the most acclaimed directors of the Hindi film industry.

His latest feature Daas Dev is an adaptation of the Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s novel Devdas. Despite getting adapted on the big screen numerous times, trust Mishra to add his own flavour to the tragic tale.

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“Debuting in a friend’s movie assures you of a firm footing in your career.”- Nusrat Jafri.

Love and how it finds you with all its quirkiness in today’s times. That is how debutant DOP Nusrat Jafri describes her maiden venture Kuch Bheege Alfaz. Directed by Onir, the film opened in the Valentine’s day weekend with a promise to present a refreshingly new take on ageless love. Judging by the response the film has garnered, it sure has delivered on that promise and more!Continue reading ““Debuting in a friend’s movie assures you of a firm footing in your career.”- Nusrat Jafri.”

“It’s Always Your Debut Film That Chooses You” – Zain Khan Durrani On Kuchh Bheege Alfaaz, His Journey & More

Director Onir’s latest film Kuchh Bheege Alfaaz is quite a deviation from his previous works which mostly took a serious look at everyday issues and the people affected by these. The film is a romantic drama which revolves around Archi or Archana (Geetanjali Thapa) as she is fondly called in the film. She makes a living creating internet memes and is addicted to a late-night radio show that is hosted by RJ Alfaz (debutant Zain Khan Durrani). The show sees RJ Alfaz narrating tales of love and longing in a very poetic or a shayarana style. A chance meeting and a host of WhatsApp messages lead them to meeting and eventually falling for each other. However, the path to their unison is not as easy as it seems.

The film which released yesterday to glowing reviews also marks the debut of it’s lead actor Zain Khan DurraniWe recently spoke to the actor about the film, his role and more.

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