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Gulabo Sapera makes her item number debut with ‘’Bhanwari Ka Jaal”…. Gulabo Sapera, the internationally renowned and National Award winning Rajasthani dancer recently performed the traditional Kalbelian folk dance form in her debut item number in the upcoming controversial film ‘Bhanwari Ka Jaal’. The foot-tapping item number was shot at the picturesque Nandanvan near Madh, Mumbai. Gulabo Sapera performed on…

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Turismo de Portugal to tap Bollywood as part of destination promotion strategy Mumbai: As part of their mandate to promote Portugal as an up-market leisure destination, a high ranking Portuguese tourism delegation visited India led by H. E. Cecilia Meireles, Secretary of State for Tourism. Secretary Meireles was accompanied by H. E.  Jorge Roza de Oliveira Ambassador of Portugal to…

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This short feature film (25 minutes) directed by Ashim Paul, which was screened at the IFFI,Goa, reveals the story of the lives of three individuals. Elena, a Russian ballerina and Maitreyee, an Indian banker share their feminine ideas about a man. Pranay, a writer and philosopher, makes these women aware of the definition of completeness. Whereas, they also understand that…

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Screening at the Dubai International Film Festival 2012 Casablanca, My Love An engrossing, informative and an amusing film by John Slattery, that replaces myths with humanity and humour. Casablanca Mon Amour. It shows the link between yesteryear’s Hollywood and today’s Morocco. Using movies as a road map between yesterday’s Hollywood and today’s Morocco, Casablanca Mon Amour offers a Moroccan perspective…

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TABOOR A film by Vahid Vakilifar Taboor is about a man who seeks to protect his hypersensitive body from the daily rise in temperature caused by pervasive electromagnetic waves. He concocts an aluminum jump suit which he wears under abundant layers of clothing. Despite his fragile health, every evening he rides his motor cycle to keep appointments with his customers.…

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The Dubai Film and TV Commission, instituted earlier this year, launched its website yesterday with details of its products and services intended to increase local production and attract international players from the film and TV sectors. “The idea of creating the Commission was to introduce a proper framework to control and manage local production and give local companies an edge,”…

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December 9-16, 2012 Legends of the silver screen, established and emerging filmmakers, film fans, gifted actors and actresses, and a diverse array of industry professionals descended on Dubai en-mass this week for the ninth Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF). As one of the Emirates’ most anticipated events, the Festival brings 8 days of star-studded galas, appearances from esteemed international, regional…

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