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Posts By Manoj Sharma

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The force behind Nawazuddin’s look for Mom: Preetisheel and Mark
2 years ago

The force behind Nawazuddin’s look for Mom: Preetisheel and Mark

Last year they were in the news for winning a National award for Makeup for Nanak Shah Fakir. Within a short time of starting their career in prosthetic …
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Things that are not acceptable by the norm fascinate me: Onir
2 years ago

Things that are not acceptable by the norm fascinate me: Onir

National Award-winning Filmmaker Onir is known for his stories, stories that challenge the norm. He has never been one to conform to the typical standards of society and …
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Bollywood music has had a technological upgrade, not musical one: Julius
2 years ago

Bollywood music has had a technological upgrade, not musical one: Julius

By  •  Music, E-Zine

A film’s background score is like an invisible emotional anchor. Even the most average of performances can be catapulted using a befitting background track. And who would know …
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I constantly look for simple and novel ideas – Manish Mundra
2 years ago

I constantly look for simple and novel ideas – Manish Mundra

He’s been instrumental in bringing about a change in the indie film circuit. The synopsis of one of the films he produced under his banner Drishyam Films reads, …
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Hindi Medium: An underdog shouting in whispers
2 years ago

Hindi Medium: An underdog shouting in whispers

By  •  POV

Just finished watching the 133.26 – minute long Hindi Medium for the second time in a rather packed cinema hall. The film started with the National Anthem that …
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Taboo Talks with Sharib Hashmi and Abhishek Saxena on Phullu
2 years ago

Taboo Talks with Sharib Hashmi and Abhishek Saxena on Phullu

Whether it is Akshay Kumar’s upcoming Toilet Ek Prem Katha or Sharib Hashmi’s Phullu, there is an interesting trend emerging in Hindi cinema. That of lifting the lid …
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Wanted to break the stereotypical representation of trans people in cinema: Mujeer
2 years ago

Wanted to break the stereotypical representation of trans people in cinema: Mujeer

Indian cinema has completed over a hundred years. In these years, not many stories around transgenders have been told. Even if there are transgender characters, they are either …
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My focus was on Not lighting rather than Lighting: Sirsha Ray
2 years ago

My focus was on Not lighting rather than Lighting: Sirsha Ray

Konkana Sensharma’s directorial debut ‘A Death in the Gunj’ is a tale set in McCluskieganj (Jharkhand) in the late 70s. The film based in the era of raw …
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PRODUCTION POSTS – HALF GIRLFRIEND
2 years ago

PRODUCTION POSTS – HALF GIRLFRIEND

If a film were to be given a living form then screenplay would be its skeleton and casting would be its flesh. The screenplay writer knits from a …
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My goal of writing is to create change – Chetan Bhagat
2 years ago

My goal of writing is to create change – Chetan Bhagat

Noted Indian author Chetan Bhagat is no stranger to the world of films. Four of his bestselling novels have been made into films, with him penning the screenplay …
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