Kanchanjangha movie review: Zubeen Garg's hackneyed film is one Assamese cinema neither needs nor deserves
With so many fascinating films coming out of Assam, with such fresh ideas and original thought, there is no excuse for a film such as Kanchanjangha to be made.
Zubeen Garg threatens to launch agitation if Sarbananda Sonowal fails to act against Citizenship (Amendment) Bill
As artistes and singers in Assam came out on the streets during the "Assam bandh" to protest against the bill, Zubeen Garg posted an open emotional letter addressed to Sarbananda Sonowal on social media.
If the sacrifice of buffaloes in Kamakhya temple is banned, many poor families would be deprived, said the head priest.
A rockstar is an unplanned, uncontrolled phenomenon. In more ways than one, Zubeen Garg might be one of the last artistes to be called one.
Zubeen Garg, known for his Bollwood songs like 'Ya Ali' from Gangster, sentenced 3-month long prison and Rs 5000 fine
Zubeen Garg has sung popular Bollywood songs like 'Ya Ali' from the 2006 film Gangster and 'Jaane Kya Chahe Man Baawra' from Pyaar Ke Side Effects.
Here's a basic guide on cinema from what perhaps still remains India’s least understood region — the Northeast
The multi-talented Zubeen Garg is emerging as a true blue star among the Assamese moviegoers. Case in point: The roaring response of his film Mission China.