"It is going to be real, real madness."
Premier welcomes The Times of India Film Awards to B.C. More Travel Vancouver will see Bollywood's most glamorous stars as
Anyone who knows anything about Bollywood knows that dance is an absolutely integral part of film. The IIFA Awards are no exception and Davar has choreographed the stage show for 11 consecutive years simply because he's the best.
Aditya Jha: IIFA Toronto, a $12 million largesse of Government of Ontario helped build the "Year of India in Canada" excitement
The fans were screaming, the media running and the celebrities dancing -- yes, it was the 2011 International Indian Film
Blurring the boundaries between Hollywood and Bollywood, Breakaway brings Bollywood flair to Hollywood actors, all while showcasing Toronto and its unique Indo-Canadian population.
Nisar Ahmed Ansari, N.A. Ansari or "Dada" as we would call him came from Bollywood. I remember as a youngster, I would listen to cinematic scriptures; a quick lesson on the art of all sorts of intricate director vernacular which seems so foreign yet fascinating.
Locally, the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas means the emergence of Toronto on the "Indian global circuit." And while the event made some waves in the Indo-Canadian media, everyone knew it was just a warm up for next weekend's IIFAs, the biggest event in the Bollyverse.