Monthly Archives: September 2021

Most Bhramam-Eligible Bachelor: South Indian Films Expected to Entertain in October

The Southern film industry is back in shape. Although theaters are operating with 50% occupancy in many states, many movies are hitting the blockbuster margin with good numbers. Especially in Telugu states after the release of films like Seetimaar and Love Story which woke up audiences to hit theaters in …

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From “Doctor” to “Maha Samudram”, South Indian movies to watch in October

With the government easing the COVID-19 borders, several states are expected to soon take advantage of the reopening of theaters despite operating at 50% occupancy. As the film industry has taken a hard hit during the pandemic, manufacturers have turned to OTT releases to reach more audiences, which has led …

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Here are some popular South Indian movies that will have a Hindi avatar

Bollywood has never shied away from remakes. Many filmmakers choose South Indian films and remake them in Hindi with the best Bollywood actors playing the lead roles. Here is the list of southern films that are remade in Hindi. Master: Thalapathy Vijay and Makkal Selvan Vijay Sethupathi starrer ‘Master’, directed …

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7 New Indian Movies & TV Shows On Disney + Hotstar You Must Drink Up Right Now

Disney + Hotstar has stepped up its OTT game in recent months. While Hotstar initially focused primarily on Indian content, its partnership with Disney + also resulted in a significant influx of foreign content, which pushed local shows slightly away. However, to put things back in place, they are now …

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Sara Ali Khan wows netizens by flaunting Indian culture at Global Citizen concert (photos)

First published Sep 27, 2021, 3:44 PM IST Bollywood actress Sara Ali Khan wore a saree for the occasion while representing India, which impressed netizens and her fans. This weekend we saw the Global Citizen concert, which took place all over the world from New York to Paris to Seoul …

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Muslims must bow to Indian culture because Ram, Krishna, Shiva were their ancestors: UP minister

Ballia (UP): Uttar Pradesh Minister Anand Swaroop Shukla said Lord Ram, Krishna and Shiva were the ancestors of Indian Muslims and they should bow to the land and culture of India. In provocative remarks here, the Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs also said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and …

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Muslims should bow to “Indian culture”; Ram, Krishna, Shiva were their ancestors: UP Minister: The Tribune India

Ballia (UP), September 24 Uttar Pradesh Minister Anand Swaroop Shukla said Lord Ram, Krishna and Shiva were the ancestors of Indian Muslims and they should bow to “the land and culture of India”. In provocative remarks here, the Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs also said that Prime Minister Narendra …

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Muslims should bow to “Indian culture”; Ram, Krishna, Shiva were their ancestors: UP minister

Uttar Pradesh Minister Anand Swaroop Shukla said Lord Ram, Krishna and Shiva were the ancestors of Indian Muslims and they should bow to “the land and culture of India”. In provocative remarks to Ballia, the Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs also said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Uttar …

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Muslims should “bow to Indian culture”; Ram, Krishna, Shiva were their ancestors: UP minister

Uttar Pradesh Minister Anand Swaroop Shukla said Lord Ram, Krishna and Shiva were the ancestors of Indian Muslims and that they should “bow down to the land and culture of India”. In provocative remarks in UP’s Ballia, the Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs also said that Prime Minister Narendra …

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Muslims should bow to “Indian culture”; Ram, Krishna, Shiva were their ancestors: UP minister

Image source: PTI / REPRESENTATION (FILE). Muslims should bow to “Indian culture”; Ram, Krishna, Shiva were their ancestors: UP minister. Uttar Pradesh Minister Anand Swarup Shukla said Lord Ram, Krishna and Shiva were the ancestors of Indian Muslims and that they should bow to “the land and culture of India”. …

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10 remarkable Indian films about entrepreneurs | Bollywood

MUMBAI – From tycoon Dhirubhai Ambani and founder of low-cost airline CR Gopinath (in an upcoming film) to even Harshad Mehta and Nirav Modi who ended up committing scams and fictional characters, Hindi cinema has experimented with intermittently with contractors over the years. Here are 10 remarkable films in this …

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A campaign to preserve Indian foods in danger of disappearing

As commercial agriculture and monoculture gain ground and climate change threatens livelihoods and habitats, many foods consumed by traditional or endemic communities in a region are disappearing. Various movements around the world are making efforts to reverse this trend. Two of these foods from India – kumatiya seeds from Rajasthan …

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Its roots, continuity and enduring relevance

BHOPAL (Madhya Pradesh): Bhopal Literati Club will host an online session on “Indian Culture: Its Roots, Continuity and Continuing Relevance” by Abhijit Basu on Saturday at 6 p.m. A published author and former CSIR research scientist at the University of Calcutta, Basu retired as a senior financial administrator in 2010, …

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Prateek Kumar (The Intimidating House)

The intimidating house, developed by VectorInteractive Studios, is a horror game set in the suburbs of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh. In the first-person horror horror action game, the protagonist must survive in an abandoned village respecting his instincts for courage and bravery. The Daunting House is the first game developed by …

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7 Common Indian Foods High in Fiber

We often think that it will be difficult to follow a diet high in protein, fiber or other nutrients. And assumptions like giving up our favorite dal roti and surviving only on avocados and quinoa give us chills. But much to everyone’s relief, the Indian diet is already providing us …

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Saundh: Creation of a global label inspired by Indian culture | Way of life

New Delhi: This season, the Saundh woman rediscovers her creative soul by delving into heritage art forms and cultural experiences of a bygone era. She explores the medley of sounds, images and smells that is India through her travels. With its rich artistic heritage, our country presents itself as a …

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Vivekananda’s Iconic Chicago Speech Beautifully Demonstrated Indian Culture: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday recalled Swami Vivekananda’s iconic speech at the World Parliament of Religions in Chicago on September 11, 1893 and said it beautifully demonstrated the importance of Indian culture. Speaking to Twitter, the prime minister said the spirit of his speech has the potential to create …

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NON-PROFIT REGISTER | Festival will present Native American culture and traditions |

DENVER AMERICAN INDIAN FESTIVAL News: Attendance at the Denver American Indian Festival has grown so much in its eight-year history that the 2021 edition is moving to a larger venue, the spacious Riverdale Regional Park Fairgrounds, 9755 Henderson Road, Brighton. The dates are September 25 and 26. Hours are 10 …

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NON-PROFIT REGISTER | Festival will present Native American culture and traditions | News

DENVER AMERICAN INDIAN FESTIVAL News: Attendance at the Denver American Indian Festival has grown so much in its eight-year history that the 2021 edition is moving to a larger venue, the spacious Riverdale Regional Park Fairgrounds, 9755 Henderson Road, Brighton. The dates are September 25 and 26. Hours are 10 …

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Top 10 Indian Movies Banned In Theaters But Available On Amazon, Netflix And Other OTT Platforms

Many films are banned in cinemas in India for reasons of nudity, sexuality and political reasons. Here we will take a look at the 10 best Bollywood movies that are banned in theaters but available on Over the top (OTT) platforms like Amazon, Netflix, YouTube, etc. While there are films …

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Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, this hero used Indian culture to transform an American city

AAt one point, Apache Boulevard in Tempe, Arizona, housed a plethora empty motels, abandoned storefronts and graffiti, with a growing homeless population. Crime and drug addiction were rampant. In 2002, a dilapidated building among these was purchased by an Indian who, along with his wife, had followed their daughter to …

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