The movie halls will start screening Indian movies from 19 December.
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Because the cameo in 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' wasn't long enough.
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The two Pakistani entries deemed 'not up to the mark'.
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Watching Karan Johar's latest movie didn't feature in my weekend plans. My friends however, insisted that I be "open" to new experiences and dragged me along. Staying back home would have put me at th...
Karan Johar’s latest drama treads familiar terrain and is watchable in parts, but succumbs to clichés in a disastrous final act.
"We are not going to co-operate with release of Karan Johar's movie."
"We will not work with Pakistani artistes in the future."
"Let the audience decide what to do."
Film and Television Producers Guild of India met the Union Home Minister today to discuss the same.
He will be accompanied by filmmakers Mukesh Bhatt and Siddharth Roy Kapur.
The workers have been sent to judicial custody till 4 November.