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Sony Music Entertainment announces digital deal with Zee Music Company

Global music giant, Sony Music Entertainment India and Zee Music Company today announced a strategic world-wide digital deal where in Sony Music will manage all digital assets for Zee Music’s upcoming Bollywood releases.

Television TV Channels Music and Youth
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Fox Star Studios to release 28 films in 52 weeks in India

MUMBAI: Fox Star Studios’ seems to be on a roll. After releasing Bullett Raja directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia, the studio is set to roll out as many as 28 films in the next 52 weeks that is more than one film every 2 weeks across Hindi, English and Tamil.

Television TV Channels English Entertainment
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Aashiqui 3 in the pipeline along with other sequels

MUMBAI: With the trend of sequels getting popular in Bollywood, producer Bhushan Kumar has expressed his desire to turn Aashiqui and Bhootnath into franchise. Kumar wants to take ahead three projects as a franchise, including Aashiqui, a romantic saga which recently had a hit sequel Aashiqui 2,...

Movies Hindi
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'Direction is about cohesion between creativity and the managing of it' : Rajan Shahi

Rajan Shahi has directed just two serials independently. And already both of them have left a strong mark on the much cluttered idiot box. Dil Hai Ki Maanta Nahin came out as a refreshing romantic series at a time when the "saas-bahu" (mother-in-law vs daughter-in-law) conflicts ruled the roost.

Television TV Channels People
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'I like subjects woven around relationships' : Gajra Kottary

Gajra Kottary started out as a journalist with The Statesman. She first shot into prominence in 1996, when her book - Fragile Victories - a collection of 13 women-centred short stories, was released. Five years later, she is in the news again for her serials - Hamare Tumhare on Zee and Panaah on...

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