Pandolin Weekly Digest
Pandolin presents a round up of weekly happenings from the world of cinema. In case you missed any of it, here’s a quick glance at the stories from the week gone by.
With Begum Jaan, writer and lyricist Kausar Munir is surprising herself as well as people who know her by entering a zone which is alien to her real life.
Actor Purab Kohli gets candid about his character in Noor, working with Sonakshi Sinha, choosing different characters and more.
Khoon Aali Chithi (Written in Blood) is a powerful narrative of an innocent love story set amidst the turmoil in Punjab in the early 90s.
Newton won the Jury Prize for the Best Film at the 41st Hong Kong Film Festival where it was screened in the Young Cinema Competition category.
Loev had its world premiere at the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival and has since played at more than 50 film festivals around the world.
Lyricist and Writer Manoj Muntashir on the journey and process of writing the lyrics and dialogues of Baahubali 1 and now 2.
Sabu Cyril is all set to take audiences to new visual heights with Baahubali 2. Catch him talk about his experience, challenges and more.
KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival returns for its eighth edition that will be held from May 24-28, 2017 in Mumbai
From an admirable villain to a mainstream hero, from chucking away stardom for spirituality to exploring politics, Vinod Khanna has left an indelible mark on our lives.
Screening Felicite, a Silver Bear Grand Jury winner, just two months after its world premiere is a milestone for MAMI
Jai Mehta’s Paanipath confronts the disturbing reality of water crisis through the victims of a flawed and politicized water management system.