Tannishtha Chatterjee puts on weight for DEKH INDIAN CIRCUS

Tannishtha Chatterjee puts on weight for DEKH INDIAN CIRCUS

Tannishtha Chatterjee had to put on weight for her forthcoming film DEKH INDIAN CIRCUS, as she is playing a mother of two young children from a small village of Rajasthan. Tannishtha recalls, “I really had to hog a lot to gain some weight as my character required to look like a mother. I was very skinny before that shoot due to my regular workouts and Yoga, but then I realised that my shape wouldn’t justify my…

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Nawazuddin Siddiqui plays a mute character in DEKH INDIAN CIRCUS

Nawazuddin Siddiqui plays a mute character in DEKH INDIAN CIRCUS

Stars are known for going out of their way to do justice to their roles and Nawazuddin Siddiqui tops that chart. For National award winner Mangesh Hadawle’s next movie DEKH INDIAN CIRCUS the actor went beyond everyone’s imagination, in the movie Nawaz plays a mute character who is also one of the main characters in the film. The dedicated actor that he is, Nawaz underwent a course in which he was trained for hand movements, gestures…

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Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Tannishtha Chatterjee got infected by the insects

Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Tannishtha Chatterjee got infected by the insects

Tannishtha Chatterjee and Nawazuddin Siddiqui would next be seen sharing screen space with the National Award winner Director Mangesh Hadawale’s DEKH INDIAN CIRCUS. The duo had a tough time shooting for the movie. A source from the unit adds, “While shooting for a scene with sheep, both Nawaz and Tannishtha who went close to the sheep got infected by the insects called Ticks. While shooting Nawaz felt something crawling on his feet only to seen insects…

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Tannishtha Chatterjee received best actress in New York Indian Film Festival for the film ‘Dekh Indian Circus’

Tannishtha Chatterjee received best actress in New York Indian Film Festival for the film ‘Dekh Indian Circus’

‘Brick Lane’ and ‘Road The Movie’ fame Tannishtha Chatterjee recently attended (LIFF) London Indian Film Festival as her upcoming film ‘Dekh Indian Circus’ (Presented By Imtiaz Ali) was showcased at the festival, to her amazement the response  for the film was fabulous, everyone present at the festival were praising Tannishtha for the remarkable performance in the Film, recently both the actors Tannishtha as well as Nawazuddin Siddique both received best actor (male/female) in (NYIFF) New York…

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Imtiaz Ali was approached for acting

Imtiaz Ali was approached for acting

Producer Chirag Shah and Mahaveer Jain had approached Imtiaz Ali to play the lead role in the film DEKH INDIAN CIRCUS which he rejected. But when director Mangesh Hadawale narrated the script, Imtiaz liked it but was not wholehearted on acting and wanted to focus on his behind the screen performance. As the film was completed, producer Mahaveer Jain and director Mangesh Hadawale approached Imtiaz and showed him the film. He saw the film and…

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DEKH INDIAN CIRCUS wins at Indian’s Biggest International Children Film Festival

DEKH INDIAN CIRCUS wins at Indian’s Biggest International Children Film Festival

After conquering Asia’s Biggest and most prestigious Film Festival – Busan (Audience Choice- Best Film) and 47th Chicago International Film Festival within a month, DEKH INDIAN CIRCUS now wins at India’s Biggest International Childrens’ (17TH) Film Festival that concluded at Hyderabad. Busan had thousands of people as the audience, in the age group of 16-40 years who voted the Film as the Best and made it win the award from 3000 films worldwide and amongst…

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Sundial Pictures’s DEKH INDIAN CIRCUS becomes India’s first ever feature film to win at Asia’s Biggest Film Festival in Busan

Sundial Pictures’s DEKH INDIAN CIRCUS becomes India’s first ever feature film to win at Asia’s Biggest Film Festival in Busan

At the 16th Busan International Film Festival, Sundial Pictures’s DEKH INDIAN CIRCUS won the “Audience Choice best popular film award”. It is the first Indian Film ever to win at this prestigious festival, which is also considered to be the “Cannes” of Asia. It is directed by National Award Winning film TINGYA Director Mangesh Hadawale. For a change a mainstream Indian movie with a mix of the regular ingredients of a popular cinema has managed…

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