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Naseeruddin Shah disowns National Award winning film
Naseeruddin Shah might have reportedly walked out of ad-film-maker Veena Bakshi's directorial debut without completing the schedule, but that didn't stop the makers from going ahead and somehow releasing the film The Coffin Maker.
Disgruntled Naseeruddin Shah disowns award winning The Coffin Maker  India Today

Konkona, Anjan Dutt replace Tabu, Naseeruddin Shah
Long back, Sen was supposed to make Saari Raat with Tabu, Naseeruddin Shah and Rajesh Sharma, but the project fell through. Excited about working with Sen for the first time, Sirsha said, "I always wanted to work with Rinadi. Talks are on with her; it ...

Substance-wise, Indian cinema has light years to go: Naseeruddin Shah
And, Naseeruddin Shah felt, “the way to exorcise this visceral hatred for the other is to try and make a friend on the other side…We hope we are contributing to this cause by presenting the Pakistani character as a sensitive though gregarious person ...

India's top actor Naseeruddin Shah baulks at stereotypes
One of India's most recognisable names, actor Naseeruddin Shah is known for his cinematic outings but it is a play which brings him to Singapore tonight. Shah is known for his riveting, realistic portrayals and has starred in films in the West such as ...

Naseeruddin's look of a blind man in Welcome Back inspired from Karl Lagerfeld
Karl Lagerfeld is a German designer, artist and photographer based in Paris and is the creative mind behind the fashion brand Chanel. In Anees Bazmee's Welcome Back, currently being shot in Dubai, Naseeruddin Shah plays a blind man called 'Wanted ...

  The love affair between cricket and cinema in India
Gavaskar, who has recently been appointed the interim chief of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), followed that up with a cameo in the Hindi movie Maalamaal (1988), starring the veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah, where the cricketer played ...

Indigo turns 15: Founder Rahul Akerkar on the journey so far
Akerkar says, "I have the infamous story of when Naseeruddin Shah and Shah Rukh Khan walked in and asked if they could get a table, and I said, 'I'm sorry. I can't ask anyone to leave.'" Akerkar mentions this in the context of treating all customers alike.

  Actor Imran Khan says Hollywood doesn't offer good roles to Indians
Be it actors from the so-called parallel cinema of 1970s such as Om Puri and Naseeruddin Shah or contemporary mainstream hero Anil Kapoor, Indians have found a place in Hollywood. And their position there is stronger today than ever before. Fresh-faced ...

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