4 items from 2010
Goa: Iffi 2010 in its Retrospective section will feature a complete retrospective of the works of renowned Indo-American filmmaker Mira Nair. Nair will be present on 30 November, 2010 at the festival along with some of the significant cast and crew members of her debut film Salaam Bombay. Amongst the feature films, which will be screened are Salaam Bombay! (1988) Mississippi Masala (1991), The Perez Family (1995), Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love (1996), Monsoon Wedding (2001), Vanity Fair (2004), The Namesake (2006) and Amelia »
Indira Varma will join the full time cast as Ilsa Pucci, a newly widowed billionaire who is aided by Chance after the murder of her husband. Following the end of her case, she offers to become the benefactor of Chance and his partners Winston (Chi McBride) and Guerrero (Jackie Earle Haley), essentially becoming the owner of their protection agency as well as providing access to nearly unlimited resources and personal connections around the world.
Varma may best be known for her roles as Niobe in "Rome" and as Suzie Costello on "Torchwood." She has also appeared on "Luther," "3 lbs.," "Little Britain" and "The Whistleblowers" in addition to starring in "Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love," "Canterbury Tales" and "Bride and Prejudice."
Janet Montgomery will also be joining the cast in a recurring role as Ames, »
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Varma will play Ilsa Pucci, a beautiful, sophisticated and recently widowed billionaire who seeks the help of Christopher Chance (Mark Valley) after the mysterious murder of her philanthropist husband. Impressed with Chance's expertise, Ilsa offers to become his benefactor and a silent owner of his protection agency, allowing him and his partners, Winston (Chi McBride) and Guerrero (Jackie Earle Haley), access to her unlimited resources, including her trust's vast bankroll, private planes, computer technology and connections to the world's most powerful and influential citizens.
Montgomery will recur as Ames, a gorgeous thief whose chameleon-like abilities allow her to blend into any situation. »
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Mumbai, July 9 – Indian origin actress Sarita Choudhury, best known for her roles in ‘Kama Sutra: A Tale Of Love’ and ‘Mississippi Masala’, will be seen on Indian screens again, this time in an emotional drama titled ‘For Real’.
‘My role in ‘For Real’ is that of a mother of two kids who gave up a singing career in London and moved to India to be a housewife,’ Sarita, 43, told Ians in an e-mail interview from New York.
‘She grapples with how to live a life without passion and be a good. »
4 items from 2010
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