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Silvat review: Kartik Aaryan steals the show in Tanuja Chandra's short film

Kartik Aaryan and Meher Mistry's Silvat is made up of touching and telling moments, and effectively conveys the pain, tension and little pleasures of first love. The Tanuja Chandra short film is currently streaming on ZEE5.

Qarib Qarib Singlle director Tanuja Chandra: Irrfan and Parvathy brought their experiences of life to their roles

In Qarib Qarib Singlle, Tanuja Chandra didn't really romanticise love the way Bollywood does. It came across as matured and yet lighthearted. Tanuja tells us how she wanted to tell a story that was believable, yet dreamy.

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Qarib Qarib Singlle director Tanuja Chandra: Even when we are single, we are never free

Filmmaker-writer Tanuja Chandra on her new film Qarib Qarib Singlle, the dialogue between life and movies, and the illusion of first love

Watch Qarib Qarib Singlle song Jaane De: Irrfan Khan and Atif Aslam team up to give the season's love anthem

Irrfan Khan and Malayalam actor Parvathy's upcoming film Qarib Qarib Singlle's latest track 'Jaane De' is out. The track is sung by Atif Aslam and looks like it will become the love anthem of the season. The track is penned by Raj Shekhar and the music has been composed by Vishal Mishra.

Irrfan Khan: I don't understand why two people in love are made to feel weird, guilty

Irrfan Khan said, "There is no other thing as beautiful as this in the universe. It is the most natural thing to happen..." In Qarib Qarib Singlle, Irrfan will be with Malayalam actor Parvathy, who is debuting in the Hindi film industry with the Tanuja Chandra directorial.

Tanuja Chandra, Tigmanshu Dhulia, Nikkhil Advani delve into brotherhood in 'Dear Brother'

Tanuja Chandra, Tigmanshu Dhulia and Nikkhil Advani have joined hands to star in a special video titled “Dear Brother”.

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In 'zeal for unity', Indian, Pakistani filmmakers to bridge divide

In the midst of political controversies between India and Pakistan, six Indian directors including Aparna Sen, Tanuja Chandra and Ketan Mehta and six Pakistani directors are coming together on a common platform.

Nothing funny about it

Buzz is that stand-up comedian Vir Das,who stars in Raakh,has not smiled even once in the film!

'Ragini MMS' takes a cue from Dev Anand's 'Jewel Thief'

Ekta Kapoor has reportedly incorporated the original version of the track 'Raat Akeli Hai' in her film.

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