The elderly woman, who earns a living selling tea outside a bank in Madhya Pradesh, has got everyone talking on Twitter after film-maker Shekhar Kapur shared her story. Many are motivated by her resilience and outlook in life and have expressed a desire to meet and help her.
With perfectly crafted storyline, stellar performances, melodious songs and stars that must have been perfectly aligned, Shekhar Kapur gave us Mr India, a film that will be treasured for generations to come.
Director Shekhar Kapur has signed up to co-write and direct a biopic on iconic star, Bruce Lee. The first draft script of the film titled Little Dragon was written by Bruce Lee's daughter, Shannon Lee.
Aarushi Talwar murder case verdict: Vishal Bhardwaj who wrote the script of Meghna Gulzar durectorial Talvar said that he is overwhelmed and relieved to hear of the Talwars' acquittal and this has strengthened his faith in the Indian judicial system.
Filmmaker Shekhar Kapur tweets about the ongoing Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment controversy and questions why nobody spoke about it for 20 years. Many celebrities, including Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lawrence, have expressed their outrage over this controversy.
Veteran actor Anupam Kher will be next seen in Sattwik Mohanty's 'Ranchi Diaries' which is set to release on October 5. He recently shared a song from his upcoming movie on Twitter and had a chat with filmmaker Shekhar Kapur where Anupam Kher called him a generous person and a true friend.
Shekhar Kapur, who directed the 1987 hit Mr India, said he had no intention to step in for the sequel. The film's producer Boney Kapoor has recently announced plans to come up with a sequel to the hit fantasy drama, starring Anil Kapoor and Sridevi.
Shekhar Kapur wants to make a movie on the Hindu deity, Lord Krishna. Kapur is known internationally for movies like Elizabeth, The Four Feathers and Elizabeth: The Golden Age. Shekhar Kapur is going to direct Little Dragon, a biopic on the Hong Kong martial artist Bruce Lee
Rajkummar Rao's 'Newton' is India's latest entry to Oscars in the Best Foreign Language Film category. The trend was started in independent India in 1957 with Mehboob Khan directorial 'Mother India'. Over the years, there have been only three films that have actually made to the final Oscar nominations list. Scroll through for a list of top movies that were submitted to Oscars by India.