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Shivaay Trailer Launch!

The highly anticipated day for the trailer launch of Ajay Devgn’s Shivaay lived up to expectations. So much so that it left the audience spell bound. The film promises to be an intense dramatic big screen entertainer.

Superstar Ajay Devgn has numerous fan clubs across India and since they were all eagerly waiting to see a glimpse of Ajay Devgn’s magnam opus Shivaay, he agreed to create a special experience for them in Indore.

The event started at 3.30 pm and was an audio video extravaganza where the Mc Anurag Pandey enlivened the evening with miniature adventure games declaring several fan winners, until the Star arrived with his co stars. The Trailer Launch Event of Shivaay also saw Ajay Devgn introducing Sayyeshaa and Erika Kaar to the fan audience. Sayyeshaa’s and Erika’s charismatic presence had the audience wooing over them. The actresses are promising and affable to say the least.
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Complaint filed against Ajay Devgn for hurting religious sentiments

Complaint filed against Ajay Devgn for hurting religious sentiments
Ajay Devgn has been busy shooting for his magnum opus Shivaay in freezing temperatures, but recently the actor revealed a few teaser posters of the film before finally revealing the final poster on twitter saying, "Here is the latest poster of Shivaay, tell me what you think about this??". However, now we hear that a complaint has been filed against the actor in connection with the said poster.

In fact the complaint that has been filed in Delhi's Tilak Nagar police station by advocate Manmohan Singh states that the poster of the movie which shows Ajay Devgn climbing Lord Shiva's figure with shoes on and using an ice axe on the head of Lord Shiva, has hurts the sentiments of the people having faith in Lord Shiva and Hinduism.

As for the film Shivaay, that marks the Bollywood debut of Dilip Kumar's grandniece Sayyeshaa Saigal is said to be
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Lff 2015: ‘Beeba Boys’ Review

Stars: Randeep Hooda, Ali Momen, Sarah Allen, Waris Ahluwalia, Ali Kazmi, Steve Dhillon, Jag Bal, Gabe Grey, Dileep Rao, Gia | Written and Directed by Deepa Mehta

Beeba Boys starts with a scene straight out of Goodfellas: six men drive to a rendezvous, telling jokes and ribbing one another. They arrive at the—, three expensive-looking cars meeting outside a glitzy hotel, and Jeet (Randeep Hooda), the leader of the group, gets out, threatens the apologetic man receiving them and casually shoots him in the head before doing the same to his girlfriend, an act that is treated as the sequence’s punchline. This isn’t your ordinary gangster film, though – at least not aesthetically – because these men are Indo-Canadian Sikhs jostling for territory in Vancouver.

Unfortunately, this adds more novelty value than anything; though the spoken dialogue flits between Punjabi and English, different cultural events are exploited to the advantage of
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Toronto International Film Festival’s South Asian Connections

Piers Handling, CEO and Director of the Toronto International Film Festival, and Cameron Bailey, Artistic Director of the Toronto International Film Festival, announced the first round of titles premiering in the Galas and Special Presentations programmes of the 40th Toronto International Film Festival. There are some wonderful film-watching opportunities for fans of South Asian film, as a slate of films either produced in, set in, or with a connection to South Asia are included in the announcement. The following is taken from the Tiff press release, with some additional notes.

Galas:

Beeba BoysDeepa Mehta, Canada – World Premiere

An adrenaline-charged violent Indo-Canadian gang war mixes guns, bhangra beats, bespoke suits, cocaine, and betrayal. Gang boss Jeet Johar and his loyal, young crew are audaciously taking over the Vancouver drug and arms scene from an old-style crime syndicate. Hearts are broken and family bonds shattered when the Beeba Boys (known as
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