Anupam Kher at march for India
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“INDIA A NATION OF CRITICIZERS NOT DOERS”, ANUPAM KHER

Anupam Kher, the Bollywood actor was awarded the Padma Bhushan, one of India’s highest civilian honor. He went to say thank the millions of his fans. Kher said, “it is a pity we have become a nation of criticizers rather than doers. People should join together in the celebration of my and others successes. How sad is this that instead of celebrating someone’s journey of 31 years, of hardship, of amazing brilliance shown in Indian and world cinema, people criticize them just to draw attention to themselves, I pity them.” Anupam Kher also led a “March for India” was seen as a march against the critics of the government and the award wapsi brigade.

Source: Hindustan Times

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BAHUBALI- PRIDE FOR INDIAN CINEMA
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BAHUBALI : MATTER OF IMMENSE PRIDE FOR INDIAN CINEMA

Bahubali – the Telugu blockbuster – or The Beginning, has single-handedly raised the bar. This was released simultaneously in Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi. The film has broken not only in India, but also in the US and other countries. Bahubali is reportedly the most expensive films to have ever been made in this country, with much of the funds have been spent on Hollywood standard computer-generated special effects, crucial to creating the film’s larger-than-life canvas – all of which makes it the first for an Indian film.

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BAAHUBALI-MATTER OF IMMENSE PRIDE FOR INDIAN CINEMA
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RAJAMOULI’S “BAAHUBALI” -MATTER OF IMMENSE PRIDE FOR INDIAN CINEMA; INTERNATIONAL MEDIA GOING GAGA

For the 1st time ever, Baahubali – a Telugu film is getting international media coverage from many countries and global media including the Guardian, BBC, CNN and many other highly well known media houses. The film beat all the Hollywood big films and got placed in top 12 list of Hollywood films in terms of collections. A positive side benefit is the result in global interest in our epics and traditions.