Raveena Tandon’s Shab closes the Indian Film Festival, Melbourne 2017

After two weeks of celebrations and good cinema showcased, the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne, 2017 concluded.  It began on 10th of August amidst great fanfare celebrating Diversity as the theme for the year, the festival had acclaimed Lipstick Under My Burkha as the opening film and closed with the critically acclaimed romance drama, Shab. The film stars versatile actress Raveena Tandon and newcomer Ashish … Continue reading Raveena Tandon’s Shab closes the Indian Film Festival, Melbourne 2017

FICCI FRAMES-2017 – Lack of cinema screens, piracy, high ticket prices at multiplexes & new movies on TV reducing the number of footfalls in cinemas houses

Is Bollywood in trouble? Will Hollywood and Regional take over? Is Indian Cinema in any kind of trouble?  Piracy, high pricing of tickets at multiplexes. lack of cinema screens and new movies being broadcasted on television three months after release have reduced the number of footfalls in the cinemas considerably and was making it difficult to raise the market share. However, there is good news yet … Continue reading FICCI FRAMES-2017 – Lack of cinema screens, piracy, high ticket prices at multiplexes & new movies on TV reducing the number of footfalls in cinemas houses