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Portrait of an actor as a director
Amol Palekar couldnít care less that the news of his film Paheli being nominated by the Indian government for the Oscars didnít go well with some film folk and that the dozens of bouquets, stalked in a corner of his living room now, ...  | Read.. 
 
Super kids are here
Kishan Shrikanth sees his filmís opening shot clearly in his mind. Amidst the hustle- bustle of a slum colony, the camer ...  | Read.. 
 
A Bollywood movie in Bradford
Peace pact
Dress rehearsal
Creative edge
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
Unmuzzled!
Taslima Nasreen is surrounded by guns'and roses. Outside the Calcutta apartment of the exiled Bangladeshi author, gun-toting bodyguards pace the corridor. Past them is a heavy wooden door. It opens into a plush living room smelling of roses. The rose...  | Read.. 
 
Ostrich approach
Once upon a time, there was a young man who decided to do something special for the woman he loved. That night, he stood outside her window and serenaded her with a violin concerto. He played so well, she and her family came out and applauded. The ne...  | Read.. 
 
Over the boundary
Money spinner
No tears
Anthem ahem!
Directorís cut: Palekar, 60, says heís an artist by education, an actor by accident and a filmmaker by choice
Portrait of an actor as a director
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