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Here's why 2022 has been a significant year for Deepika Padukone!
The nation then got another reason to rejoice as Deepika Padukone was selected to join the prestigious jury for the 75th Festival de Cannes. Deepika was the sole Indian on the eight-member jury of the international competition.
Deepika Padukone to visit Tirupati temple with family on father’s birthday post hectic weeks at Cannes
Deepika Padukone along with her parents and sister Anisha will visit Tirupati temple on her father’s birthday, a ritual they have been following for years.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui: 'I’ve the confidence to do artistic films without any fear'
Nawazuddin Siddiqui speaks about the importance and relevance of film festivals in a world where box office is considered to be the end game, representing India on a global scale, treading foreign waters and more.
It was like riding a bike: Nargis Fakhri's humorous take on walking Cannes red carpet
Nargis Fakhri looked breathtakingly beautiful as she recently walked the red carpet at Cannes 2022. The actress donned a baby pink coloured embellished gown with shimmers for her appearance at the prestigious event.
Cannes 2022: 'I have been living with Joyland for seven years,' says director Saim Sadiq
The director of Pakistani film Joyland on how he wrote a stirring portrayal of sexual awakening set in a conservative Pakistani family and his decision to cast a real trans person.
What’s fashion without fun: Designers rate Indian celebrities’ style quotient at Cannes Red carpet
While Indian Fashion designers are happy with the way Sari has yet again taken the center stage, some feel that Stylists could have done a better job with some celebrities.
Cannes 2022: Park Chan-wook's Decision To Leave is a riveting watch packed with delightful twists and turns
Tang Wei and Park Hae-il starrer Decision to Leave is a dependably immersive piece of fine cinema from the Korean auteur’s stable.
Devil’s Advocate | Bollywood can look southward for inspiration rather than westward at Cannes and Oscars
The overemphasis on an elite festival that frankly, to the majority of India means nothing, is evidence that the Hindi film industry needs to re-discover the soul that has of late become missing. Chances are you won’t find it on the French Riviera.
Making a point: When the Cannes red carpet served as the ideal ground for protests
This year's edition of the Cannes film festival has seen two protests within three days; a woman tore across the red carpet naked on Friday, highlighting rapes in Ukraine. This was followed by a protest against femicide in France
Cannes 2022: Holy Spider is a bold piece of filmmaking by filmmaker Ali Abbasi
Misogyny, cloaked in rabid religious fanaticism, almost exalts a serial killer in Ali Abbasi’s Holy Spider, one of the two competition entries from Iran this year at the Cannes Film Festival.
Cannes 2022: Alex Garland's edgy noir Men is lifted by Jesse Buckley's effervescent screen presence
Men is heavily allegorical, slathering morbid symbolism on a simple tale of a broken relationship between a couple struggling to wean themselves off each other.
Satyajit Ray's short story Golpo Bolo Tarini Khuro to get film adaptation
Legendary filmmaker Satyajit Ray's short story "Golpo Bolo Tarini Khuro" is in the works for its Hindi film adaptation, the makers announced on Monday.
Cannes 2022: Why Julia Roberts, Anne Hathaway's subtle red carpet couture wins against Indian celebs maximalist looks
Drama is default when it comes to Met Gala, but Cannes makes no such claims, however, Indian celebs seem to have forgotten that this time around.
Veering from Mad Max, George Miller debuts '3,000 Years'
Miller premiered “<em>Three Thousand Years of Longing</em>” over the weekend at the Cannes Film Festival, the culmination of a journey that began 20 years ago when Miller first read the A. S. Byatt story upon which the film is based, “The Djinn in the Nightingale’s Eye.”
Tilda Swinton says stories are vital as new fantasy film hits Cannes
Swinton plays an academic who releases a djinn (played by British star Idris Elba) from a bottle she finds in an Istanbul market, who offers her three wishes
A.R. Rahman will join Team Le Musk on the Cannes Red Carpet as part of the Indian delegation
The Oscar and Grammy-winning composer will be accompanied by Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Mame Khan, Ricky Kej, and others as he delivers his VR directorial debut, 'Le Musk,' in a cohort led by minister Anurag Thakur.
Masoom Minawala on Cannes Film Festival 2022: 'Great to see a boost in Indian representation on the red carpet'
'For the past three years, I’ve always used the red carpet to bring visibility to as many new and upcoming Indian designers as possible,' says Masoom Minawala
Cannes 2022 Day 2 round-up: Tom Cruise swoops in for Top Gun premiere; exiled Russian director returns for gala
Tom Cruise made a whirlwind appearance at the Cannes film festival, walking the red carpet, receiving a surprise Palme d’Or and watching a squadron of French fighter jets fly over the European premiere of Top Gun: Maverick
Cannes 2022: Union Minister Anurag Thakur endorses 'Vocal for Local', shares PM Modi's message
Along with the minister, music sensation AR Rahman, composer Ricky Kej, veteran director Shekhar Kapur, superstar Kamal Haasan and lyricist and poet Prasoon Joshi walked the red carpet for the screening of the opening film Final Cut (Coupez)