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Bollywood actor Akshaye Khanna was in Singapore for the world premiere of his new film Section 375 at the Singapore South Asian International Film Festival.

In the courtroom drama, Akshaye plays the role of a lawyer defending a filmmaker accused of sexually assaulting a crew member. The movie explores an issue which has been much talked about in the last few years. Akshaye hopes that the film will spur a conversation around the topic – which he thinks is necessary. “Films have an enduring impact on people – much more compared to other art forms,” he says. 

Connected to India spoke to Akshaye in an exclusive interview on his new movie, his views on the film industry, as well as his upcoming projects.

Bollywood actor Akshaye Khanna was in Singapore for the world premiere of his new film Section 375 at the Singapore South Asian International Film Festival. In the courtroom drama, Akshaye plays the role of a lawyer defending a filmmaker accused of sexually assaulting a crew member. The movie explores an issue which has been much talked about in the last few years. Akshaye hopes that the film will spur a conversation around the topic – which he thinks is necessary. “Films

The third edition of the Singapore South Asian International Film Festival (SgSAIFF) came to a close on September 7 with the world premiere screening of the Akshaye Khanna-Richa Chadda starrer Section 375. The film festival, which is devoted to a greater appreciation of South Asian cinema and culture, also handed out awards at the close of the week-long celebration.  Directed by Ajay Bahl, Section 375, which is based on rape laws in India and sheds light on Section 375

“Cinematography is not just documenting images and putting them on screen. It is about understanding the script, the sensitivity of the characters,” says cinematographer Alphonse Roy, whose Marathi movie Mai Ghat: Crime No 103/2005 has won three awards — Best Film, Best Editing and Best Cinematography at the Singapore South Asian International Film Festival recently. Alphonse is obviously excited about the accolades, for he believes that Mai Ghat is “an inspiring story of women empowerment that needed to be told”. The film, directed

Mumbai, Sep 26 (IANS) The film "Jhalki" that was earlier planned to be released on September 27 now has a new release date. According to the director of the film, Brahmanand S. Siingh, the film will open on November 14, on the occasion of Children's Day. Brahmanand said: "The story of the film revolves around the journey of a girl and her brother, played by young talents, so it made sense to release the film on Children's Day." The film, co-directed by

Directed by Ajay Bahl, the feature is based on the rape laws in India and sheds light on Section 375 of the Indian Penal Code. The film was selected as the closing film for the prestigious international film festival. Section 375, which is said to be relevant in today’s times, was showcased at SGSAIFF on 7 September. It received immense love and appreciation and ended with a loud round of applause from the audience. Overwhelmed with the reactions director Ajay Bahl says

The upcoming Section 375 (2019), produced by Kumar Mangat Pathak, Abhishek Pathak and SCIPL, will close out the third edition of the Singapore South Asian International Film Festival (SgSAIFF) which begins at the end of August. Starring Akshaye Khanna and Richa Chadha, the Ajay Bahl film explores section 375 of the Indian Penal Code and follows a sexual harassment case in court. The upcoming Section 375 (2019), produced by Kumar Mangat Pathak, Abhishek Pathak, and SCIPL, will close out the third edition

“Aamis”, the second feature film directed by Bhaskar Hazarika bagged two prestigious awards at the 2019 Singapore South Asian International Film Festival (SgSAIFF). Bhaskar Hazarika got the Best Director award and Lima Das, featuring in her debut film, received the Best Actor (Female) award. The film’s editor Shweta Rai Chamling was also nominated for the Best Editor award. It may be mentioned that Bhaskar Hazarika’s first feature “Kothanodi” won National Award for Best Assamese Film for the year 2015. At the

Films from across India, in Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Marathi, Bengali, Assamese and Ladakhi will be showcased at the upcoming third edition of the Singapore South Asian International Film Festival (Sg. SAIFF). 45 foreign films from India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bhutan, Singapore, Bangladesh, and Iran will be screened between August 30 and September 7 at the festival in Singapore this year. "Films have a universal language and our aim at Sg.SAIFF is to screen films from all over South Asia to

halki is an Indian drama movie which is directed by Brahmanand S. Singh. The movie is produced by Brahmanand S. Siingh and Annand Chavan. The movie is co-produced by Vinayak Gawande and Jayesh Parekh. The movie features Boman Irani, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Divya Dutta and Sanjay Suri in the lead roles. Jhalki Movie Story and Plot The story of Jhalki revolves around a  a 9-year-old street girl Jhalki, who is determined to find her 7 year old brother who is missing. The plot

National Award-winning filmmaker Bhaskar Hazarika’s second Assamese feature film Aamis won two awards in the Singapore South Asian International Film Festival (SAIFF), 2019. Hazarika won the Best Director award for the film, while Lima Das won the Best Actor (Female) award at the third edition of the festival. Sharing this, Das wrote on Facebook, “This is big!!!! Received the Best Actress award for #Aamis at the Singapore South Asian International Film Festival.” Aamis (Ravening) was screened at SAIFF on September 3rd, 2019. The plot of the film revolves

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