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Kochadaiiyaan to release globally on 11 April

Eros International Media Ltd (Eros International), a leading global company in the Indian film entertainment industry will release the eagerly awaited futuristic fantasy event of the year 'KOCHADAIIYAAN - The Legend, a Mediaone Global Entertainment Limited production,...

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Greymatter collaborates with Star Sports, Smaash to produce Heroes

MUMBAI: Come 14 November and India will witness one of its most celebrated icons Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar play his 200th and final test match against the West Indies.

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China Oscars to see Hollywood fraternity

MUMBAI: China’s Huading awards are set to see some high profile Hollywood actors such as Quentin Tarantino, Nicole Kidman and Nicholas Cage. The award night is to be held at Macau on 7 October.

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Well begun isn't half done

MUMBAI: Television channels may continue to bet big on newer and more interesting formats but how well (or otherwise) these programmes fare, at least in the long run, is something that ultimately depends on the audience. A case in point is the big fight between Star Plus' Mahabharat and Colors'...

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Ex-Fox studio executive Rothman to make films for Sony

MUMBAI: 20th Century Fox movie studio former co-chairman Tom Rothman has reached a deal to produce up to four films per year for a joint venture with Sony Pictures Entertainment, the company said last week.

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