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Colors to air live Saif & Karan-hosted IIFA awards on 16 July

As the countdown to the biggest celebration of Indian cinema worldwide draws near, the IIFA management revealed that the charismatic duo -- Saif Ali Khan and Karan Johar, would host the upcoming NEXA IIFA Awards powered by Vivo at the iconic MetLife Stadium.

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Rangoon... What a debacle!

Every filmmaker wants his own ‘all time classic’ and it is best not to confuse such a filmmaker with a realistic, practical maker with business sense. This lot is usually pretentious and indulgent kind. He wants his own Gone With The Wind, a Doctor Zhivago, Mary Poppins, Sholay, Hum Aapke Hain Koun...

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TLC returns with 'Living With A Superstar: Saif Ali Khan'

MUMBAI: TLC is back with the second season Living With A Superstar. The channel has commissioned the second edition of this franchise. The series will present an uninhibited access into the personal and professional life of the Bollywood star Saif Ali Khan. To be directed by acclaimed filmmaker...

Television TV Channels Specialised and Niche
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CBFC won't 'chill'; Pan Bahar 'Bond' ad banned

CBFC has refused to 'chill' as per the wishes of the ad agency that conceived the Bond ad for a pan product. The Pierce Brosnan aka James Bond ad for the mouth freshener Pan Bahar has been banned from national and satellite television by the Central Board of Film Certification.

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Amazon Prime to premier T-Series new films

Amazon’s intent is very clear: amass content, which gives it an unassailable advantage for its OTT service Amazon Prime Video India. With a war chest of $5 billion, it can well afford to. Cricket and movies is what it is focusing on.

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