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IFFI Promises A Lucrative Option For The Short Film Makers

A good news is in store for all the budding short film producers and directors as IFFI Promises A Lucrative Option For The Short Film Makers the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) announces due share of the former in its ten day long festival. The credit goes to Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG) which is the nodal agency of organizing the event this time around. The ESG has tied up with Indian Documentary Film Producers’ Association (IDPA), who will help in guiding the event.

Veteran Singer, Mahendra Kapoor Breathed His Last

It was a big loss to the Film industry when a sad demise of legendary singer was Veteran Singer, Mahendra Kapoor Breathed His Lastreported on Saturday evening. Mahendra Kapoor was undeniably one the most sought after and finest singers of yesteryears. The singer breathed his last at his Mumbai residence in Bandra, after being suffering from Heart problems, a stroke and Kidney dysfunction. He was 74.

Hari Puttar Receives Clean Chit From HC

The upcoming movie of Mumbai based Mirchi Productions (MP), Hari Puttar, is Hari Puttar Receives Clean Chit From HC similar to Warner Bros Harry Potter and therefore the latter had earlier filed a case against the former on the account of copyright violation. But on Monday, the case was dismissed by Delhi High Court.

The court clarified that even if there are structural or phonetic similarities in the words “Harry Potter” and “Harry Puttar,” there still is a lot of difference between the two.

Mohammad Rafi’s native village facing neglect

Mohammad Rafi’s native village facing neglect

Kotla Sultan (Amritsar),
July 31 (ANI): Mere mention of Mohammad Rafi (December 24, 1924 – July
31, 1980) can make many of the leaders start humming his immortal
songs. But at the legendary play back singer’s native place, his
friends rue the ignorance shown by political leaders towards his
reputation.

 

It was his 28th death anniversary on Thursday. 

JK Rowling signed Potter series goes under the hammer for charity

Washington, Sept 18: A set of Harry Potter books signed by author JK Rowling is set to go under the hammer for charity next Monday on online auction site eBay.

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