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Musician-filmmaker Wanphrang K Diengdoh’s debut feature, Lorni – The Flaneur, stars actor Adil Hussain

Actor Adil Hussain's first Khasi film, and musician-filmmaker Wanphrang K Diengdoh's debut feature, Lorni — The Flaneur, will be screened at the 14th Habitat Film Festival in Delhi.

Delhi Crime review: Crime and Punishment

Delhi Crime review: Where this Netflix show scores is in the portrayal of a beleaguered police force, which is easy to point fingers at, but whose quality of life is so low that they are forced to do some questionable things.

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Delhi Crime to premiere on Netflix in March

The first season of Delhi Crime is set in the aftermath of the 2012 Delhi gang rape. It will focus on a female Delhi Police officer Vartika Chaturvedi, played by Shefali Shah, who leads the investigation and discovers horrifying details about the incident.

Shefali Shah, Adil Hussain's Delhi Crime Story to be screened at Sundance Film Festival

Richie Mehta directorial Delhi Crime Story based on 2012 gangrape case happened in Delhi. This seven-episode series stars Shefali Shah and Adil Hussain as lead characters. The series will be premiered at Sundance Film Festival.

The Act of Cooking

Actor Adil Hussain takes over the Nimtho kitchen to knock up dishes from Kashmir to Kerala

Adil Hussain starrer What Will People Say declared Norway's official entry to the Oscars

Adil Hussain starrer Norwegian film What Will People Say is the story of a Pakistani family who lives in Norway. The film has been selected as Norway's official entry to the Oscars.

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A noir indie film, starring Adil Hussain, attempts to penetrate cloudy, mysterious Meghalaya

In Wanphrang K Diengdoh’s Lorni — The Flaneur set in Shillong, Adil Hussain plays a detective tracking down ‘stolen objects’. In the process, he finds a lot more than that.

Adil Hussain wins top Norwegian film honour, dedicates it to Assam’s Goalpara

On Sunday night, Adil Hussain became the first Indian to win Best Actor at the Norwegian national awards in Haugesund. For the Assamese actor, the victory truly proves the one thing he always believed in: that art can transcend all boundaries.

Adil Hussain: I hope an Assamese actor plays Hima Das

Adil Hussain is delighted that Akshay Kumar has expressed interest in making a biopic on sprinter Hima Das. He hopes an Assamese actor gets to play the part.

Adil Hussain nominated at Norway's national film award for What Will People Say

Adil Hussain is nominated in the best actor category for Norway's top national movie award Amanda for his role in What Will People Say. The movie has also received nominations in best film, director and script categories.

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