04 April, 2018

Gizele Thakral’s South Connection

Bollywood actress Gizele Thakral, who wooed fans in Kya Kool Hai Hum is all set for her new Tamil film.
Gizele was seen in Kerala shooting for a Tamil film with Actor Jai.
According to a source, she has been roped in as the female lead in the untitled film with debutante director.
Gizele has started her south career with Tamil film but she is very interested in doing Telugu and Malayalam movie since her mother is partly Malayali and she has inherited all of her parents language.
Gizele, who has won international pageant like Ford International, is very active on the social media. More... http://filmytown.com/gizele-thakral-south-connection/

Mandana Karimi's love for football is above her filmy career - Filmy Town

Mandana Karimi's love for football is above her filmy career - Filmy Town:

Mandana Karimi loses out on a film as she hurts her leg  

The actress who seems to be making quite a splash with her new hairstyle had a horrid last week, since while playing for the Women Football League in Bandra Mandana Karimi ended up hurting herself while playing the sport. Mandana is known for her roles in several popular… Read more at: http://filmytown.com/mandana-karimis-love-for-football-is-above-her-filmy-career/

11 December, 2017

Documentary Organisation of Canada, Shamiana host screening of 'Long Time Running'

The Honorable Consul General of Canada in association with SHAMIANA – Asia’s largest Short Film Company and the Documentary Organisation of Canada (DOC) co-hosted the screening of Long Time Running, a documentary film which chronicles the Tragically Hip’s iconic 2016 Man Machine Poem Tour, their emotional final concert at one of Bombay’s prettiest venues Ministry of New in Fort in South Mumbai.

The evening was attended by some of the finest connoisseurs of cinema and Documenatries including docu filmmaker Anand Patwardhan, Rashmi Lamba (FICCI), former IDPA honcho Ramesh Tekwani, Sanjay Bhutiani, Rajeev Ruia, etc. More...http://www.filmytown.com/documentary-organisation-canada-shamiana-host-screening-long-time-running/