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The more one watches cinema, the better one appreciates the crucial value of a strong script. The cinematographer, editor, director et al can only do so much if the script fails to soar.
Yes, you read it right. The Bollywood events scene in New Zealand will scale several notches higher as superstar Salman Khan is returning to the country after almost two decades.
Here's what the upcoming week has in store for you.
The show will be led by Superstar Salman Khan and will include Bollywood celebrities Sonakshi Sinha, Bipasha Basu, Prabhu Deva, Badshah, Manish Paul and Daisy Shah.
As technical advancements in cinema have opened more room for experiments in narration, veteran actress Shabana Azmi feels that it provides challenges to the performer.
Ranveer Singh is going places. Not all of them worth going to. His latest ugly run-in with protesters and feminists is for an ad for a garment brand where he was shown with a woman slung on his shoulder with the caption: "Don't Hold Back...
From the time she hit the silver screen, Alia Bhatt has more often than not set the screen on fire with her utterly believable performances, especially in her dialogue delivery. Corny dialogues, rolling off her tongue, somehow seem entirely plausible.
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Actress Alia Bhatt, who has delivered films like Udta Punjab and Highway, says that she likes to work in off-beat films but won't restrict herself to only this kind of genre.
Twinkle Khanna, who won many hearts as an actress in the late 1990s, has come up with a collection of short stories. Titled The Legend Of Lakshmi Prasad, the book is about female emancipation.

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