Goa, Nov 20 (ANI): Movie buffs would get a taste of Indian as well as foreign films as 11-day International Film Festival of India (IFFI) is going to kick-off from Thursday (November 20) in Goa. The event will be inaugurated at Shyama Prasad Mukherjee stadium in Bambolim and offer a wide variety of 110 films and 28 Oscar entries. The chief guest of the 45th edition of IFFI will be Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan. The event will also pay tribute to British filmmaker Richard Attenborough, who died in August this year. Special homage will also be paid to Bollywood actors including Zohra Sehgal, Suchitra Sen and Farooq Sheikh. Northeast region will be a special focus and nine northeast films will be showcased at the festival. The opening film at the festival will be 'The President' directed by Iranian filmmaker Mohsen Makhmalbaf.Nov 20, 2014
"The Voice" Season 7 has entered the most exciting part of the competition with the remaining top 10 contestants all set to take on each other with the hope of staying alive in the show. The number of contestants has been narrowed down from 48 to 10 after weeks of cut-throat competition. Here is complete list of top 10 contestants who made it to next week's episode.Nov 20, 2014
Movember is an annual, month-long event involving the growing of moustaches during the month of November to raise awareness of men's health issues. On nail it, we take inspiration from this event and make an easy-to-follow & innovative nail art design.
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Shahid Kapoor recently asked filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj for the skull which they had used in one of the scene of their acclaime film 'Haider'. While there has been a lot of close moments from the film for the actor, he is keen to have the skull from the film which was also on one of the poster images as a memento for himself.Nov 20, 2014
Just a day after news surfaced that Fox had ordered a pilot for U.S. remake of the British crime series "Luther", BBC America announced that the drama will return for two new installments in 2015.Nov 20, 2014