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Jha makes Murli run for his life yet again!

24 February 2016 9:00 PM, PST | Bollyspice | See recent Bollyspice news »

Noted character actor Murli Sharma shares that while he has played the baddie in all his films with Prakash Jha including Apaharan and Chakravyuh, all the roles have been very different from each other. But Murli, who is also playing a baddie in Jha’s upcoming Jai GangaaJal as well, reveals that apart from being the villain, his roles in the Jha films have one big similarity. “There is always a chase sequence right before my character gets killed off, so I am always running before being killed,” he exclaims.

The actor was made to run in Apaharan, while in Chakravyuh too he gets chased in the jungles. And in Jai GangaaJal too there is a chase sequence shot on Murli. “My role in Jai GangaaJal is completely different from my previous roles and has an effeminate streak. So, I thought for a change I would not have a chase sequence in this one. »

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Prakash Jha gets a royal felicitation at Jaipur International Film Festival

4 January 2016 9:36 PM, PST | Bollyspice | See recent Bollyspice news »

The Jaipur International Film Festival commenced from January 2 and ace filmmaker Prakash Jha not only inaugurated the prestigious film festival but was also conferred with the Jiff’s Excellence Award for his achievements in the field of cinema and his immense contribution to the Indian film industry.

The National Award-winning filmmaker, who has given several acclaimed films like Mrityudand, Gangaajal, Apaharan, Aarakshan and Raajneeti to name a few, got a taste of royalty in the Pink City. On receiving the award, Jha said, “It’s a big honour for me. Honestly, I have not done anything great till now, it’s too premature.” He also appreciated Jiff, which opened with Piku and Pakistani film Manto, and stated that such events help in creating new audiences. 35 feature films, 17 documentary feature films, 58 short films and 15 short animation films will be screened at the five-day long festival.

Emphasizing on the role of a good audience behind quality cinema, »

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