Deepa Mehta, who has scored her second Academy Award nomination with Funny Boy, says the film holds up the "flag of inclusion, in a world tethering towards an abyss of the great divide."
In a joint statement, Ava DuVernay and ARRAY President Tilane Jones hailed Funny Boy as a "cinematic gem".
In a letter addressed to the Arjuna awardee, the federation informed Keshavan of its decision to appoint him for the twin role while acknowledging his achievements representing India in the past 22 years.
Lisa Ray opens up on her role in Four More Shots Please! Season 2 and how her best work is with female directors
Lisa Ray plays Samara — a Bollywood star, battling bipolar disorder, who is also in a same-sex relationship with her trainer Umang — in Four More Shots Please! Season 2.
The universality of Leila comes from several particulars it has drawn from reality.
From Dia Mirza in Kaafir to Tisca Chopra in Hostages to Soni Razdan in Yours Truly, streaming services have opened new avenues for seasoned actresses.
Netflix's Leila is a highly engaging show with memorable moments and impressive performances.
Huma Qureshi, who has bagged a role in Hollywood Director Zack Snyder’s next film Army Of The Dead, is excited about Leila being set in the future
Leila, will be based on novelist Prayaag Akbar’s debut novel of the same name. In the book, a mother goes searching for her missing daughter in a landscape besieged by sectarianism and totalitarian rule, set somewhere in the future.
Aamir Khan, Varun Grover question Netflix over writer credits being absent in Deepa Mehta's Leila trailer
Aamir Khan has pointed out that the recently-released Leila trailer does not enlist names in the creative team behind the Netflix show
Leila trailer: Huma Qureshi struggles to find her daughter in Deepa Mehta's intriguing dystopian Netflix drama
With a dystopian concept at its fore, Leila is a six-part series is based on author Prayaag Akbar’s 2017 award-winning book of the same name.
Set to be a six-episode series, Leila revolves around the Huma Qureshi's character, a mother struggling to find her daughter whom she lost during one summer.
Huma Qureshi on lack of well-written female parts: 'We as a society don't like strong women; it reflects in our films'
Huma Qureshi says although it's difficult to get well-written female parts, now there are a lot more strong female writers, directors, producers and actors who are changing the game
Leila has been co-directed by Deepa Mehta, Shanker Raman and Pawan Kumar.
Vishal Bhardwaj to serve as showrunner of Netflix's adaptation of Salman Rushdie's 1981 novel Midnight's Children
Vishal Bhardwaj will also executive produce of Netflix's Midnight Children.
Deepa Mehta to adapt Shyam Selvadurai's coming-of-age novel, Funny Boy; filming begins in January 2019
Deepa Mehta's previous works like Earth and Midnight's Children were also book adaptations
JCB Prize for Literature long-list announced; Empire, Jasoda, Half the Night is Gone among selected works
The JCB prize will be announced on 27 October. It was established in 2018 to honour distinguished fiction written or translated into English by Indian authors
Anurag Kashyap said, "The problem with the Rajputs is that they continue to live in the past; there is no future for them."
Priyanka Chopra spoke at length about Quantico and her experience of living in America at the Toronto International Film Festival