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Harshdeep, Aditi to Open for Bryan Adams on India Tour

Women-led opening acts by Harshdeep Kaur, Aditi Singh Sharma, Abi Sampa and Syntyche Mongro are lined up for Canadian singer-songwriter Bryan Adams' India tour, which begins in Ahmedabad on Tuesday.

The gigs are lined up in support of the music veteran's current 21-track compilation Ultimate, which released last November.

The tour kicks off on with Ahmedabad, followed by Hyderabad (October 11), Mumbai (October 12) and Bengaluru (October 13), before wrapping up in New Delhi (October 14). Adams will be joined by Harshdeep in Mumbai and New Delhi, Aditi in Bengaluru, Rushil Ranjan feat Abi Sampa in Ahmedabad and Threeory Band in Hyderabad as the official opening acts.

Shyam Tallamraju, Business Head, ENIL, said in a statement: "The artiste and the management feel Harshdeep Kaur, Aditi Singh Sharma, Abi Sampa and Threeory Band would be the ideal fit as the opening acts since their music sensibilities are quite similar.”

3:39 PM , 09 Oct

'Pahuna' Film I Believed in From the Word Go: Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra on Monday said she had faith in her maiden Sikkimese production "Pahuna" ("The Little Visitors") right from the outset.

The film, produced under Purple Pebble Pictures, was adjudged Best Film (Jury Choice) and Special Mention by Professional Jury in The International Feature Film Category at SCHLINGEL International Children's Film Festival in Germany.

"'Pahuna'. A film I've believed in from the word go! Love the response it's getting worldwide. Can't wait to see what's in store for our film next! Congrats team @PurplePebblePic for winning the 'Best Film (Jury's choice)' and a special mention at the #SchlingelFilmFestival," Priyanka wrote on Twitter.

Director Pakhi A Tyrewala, thanked the actor-producer for her unwavering faith in the film, reports PTI.

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1:33 PM , 09 Oct

IFFK 2018 Gets a Nod, to Be Held on 'Limited Scale'

After keeping many film buffs on the edge, state film body Kerala State Chalachitra Academy which organises the International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK), on Tuesday said the 23rd edition of the gala will be held on a "limited scale".

The IFFK will this year be held from December 7-13.

The Academy, in a statement issued here, said that on Thursday, the organising committee of the upcoming event would be formed, and that the IFFK would be held on a very limited scale as directed by the state government, reports IANS.

The uncertainty around whether the movie jamboree will be held or not loomed large due to paucity of funds as the state is presently going through a rebuilding process after being hit by the worst ever floods in August.

It was decided in August that all events which require funding from the state government will be cancelled, and this event also came under the hammer. But the state government has now cleared it.

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1:32 PM , 09 Oct

'Angamaly Diaries' to Be Remade in Hindi

Lijo Jose Pellissery’s Malayalam gem Angamaly Diaries will now be remade in Hindi. The rights of the film have been acquired by Abundatia Entertainment led by Vikram Malhotra. Pellissery would work as a creative consultant on the remake.

1:29 PM , 09 Oct

Sonali Bendre's Emotional Post As She Battles Cancer

Sonali Bendre is putting up a brave fight as she battles cancer and put up an emotional post on Twitter on 9 October. The actor says she’s had good and bad days, days she couldn’t lift a finger and she’s taking each day as it comes.

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Published: 09 Oct 2018, 8:16 AM IST
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