Aug 21, 2013
'Rockstar', 'My Name Is Khan', 'Aarakshan'
Politics and cinema make strange bedfellows. While some of our biggest films have managed to hold a mirror to the political underbelly in the country, some however themselves became victims of the ire of a few far-reaching politicos.
Will SRK say Chak de with Chennai Express
A super-duper hit from superstar Shah Rukh Khan is long overdue, says the industry.
Cultural terrorism: Idea of India threatened (Comment) - Indiatalkies.com
Shah Rukh Khan one day and Kamal Haasan the next. Is it mere coincidence or a sign of an increasingly knee-jerk, reactionary India that two of its most loved film icons are forced to go public to painstakingly reassert their secular identity and insist, in case the message is lost, that they are proud Indians? Given the trajectory of events and the ... (more)
The Indian Express
Film fraternity bats for Kamal Haasan over 'Vishwaroopam'
Members of the film fraternity, including superstar Shah Rukh Khan, have spoken out in support of Kamal Haasan over the controversy surrounding the release of his film 'Vishwaroopam'. After the Madras High Court cleared the film's release in a verdict last night, the Tamil Nadu government today filed an appeal against the interim order by a single ... (more)