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'80% of activity where brands are engaging themselves with films is in associative marketing' : CEO Navin Shah

This year the Indian film industry has entered the spotlight with release after release that has caused a stir in the media.

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UTV in co-production deal with Bachchan's AB Corp

MUMBAI: Amitabh Bachchan is charting out a revival plan for AB Corp. De-risking the business model, his company and Ronnie Screwvala's UTV have entered into a co-production deal for films, television programmes and other ventures. This was announced by Bachchan, who is currently in Amsterdam for...

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Shammi Kapoor, Waheeda Rehman to receive Living Legend awards

MUMBAI: FICCI Frames, the biggest convention in Asia on the business of entertainment, will bestow its Living Legend Award on veteran screen actors Shammi Kapoor and Waheeda Rehman, in honour of their contributions to the Indian film industry. "The award is in recognition of the services of these...

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CNN’s ‘The Scene’ features godfather of Indian film Industry, Yash Chopra

In 2005, CNN viewers have earned US$191 billion in personal income. This is greater than the individual GDP of Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. (Source: World Bank 2004 GDP Statistics) The latest release (fieldwork covering Jan-Dec 2005) reveals that CNN remains the...

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'I am a very dissatisfied man because I believe satisfaction is living death' : Lekh Tandon

Lekh Tandon is to television what Dev Anand is to the Indian film industry. A half century of films and TV serials later, the septuagenarian director is indefatigable, still bubbling with energy. After a distinguished career as a film director (his last project was the unforgettable Rajesh Khanna-...

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