Kul Bhushan reports about the upcoming Hindi movie, ‘Secrets of Love’, with star Ravi Kishan playing the role of Osho and other pending projects.
Just in: Roberta Lippi’s podcasts now in English, Azima’s video interviews and Lakshen’s next part of his docuseries.
Sargama reviewed the film, Bhagwan – Die Deutschen und der Guru (Bhagwan – The Germans and the Guru). We thought that although not everybody understands German, the footage is too beautiful not to be shown worldwide.
Article about Irrfan Khan’s visit to the Osho Int. Meditation Resort in Pune. Published in Osho Times Hindi in 2017.
Pankaja’s film will be shown on big screen, during two Film Festivals in London, 11 and 20 February 2020. Here a trailer, some words from her and Rashid, and the locations.
A review by Subhuti of the ninth and final episode of Star Wars, with a few digressions to the past and present – and to Japan.
Madhuri reviewed the film starring Aretha Franklin after she saw it in the cinema, and shares what happened on her way home.
As an answer to this question filmmaker Neal Howland replies with a glorious short film, or rather cinematic poem, filmed in New and Old Delhi, Agra, Jodhpur, Jaipur and Udaipur. With narration by Osho.
The show may not go ahead as Priyanka Chopra has agreed to play Ma Anand Sheela in a film directed by Oscar-winner Barry Levinson, writes the Deccan Chronicle on February 28, 2019.
Arwa Haider writes about the Lebanese film Capernaum, which has been nominated for an Oscar. It tells the story of a child who sues the world, through his parents, for giving him this life. Published on BBC on February 12, 2019.
Priyanka Chopra, who recently appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, revealed that she will soon star and produce Ma Anand Sheela’s biopic. Published on India Today, January 30, 2019. (updated with YouTube video)
Madhuri’s review of Bart Layton’s 2018 docudrama: “I won’t tell you what happens in the end – but the film is worth watching.”
After the international success of the first film about Osho’s childhood, Jagdish Bharti is ready to produce the second: “A sequel will be a challenge… but we are determined to translate our dream project to rare visual and sound treats.”
Ghoshen reviews the film about a blind Sufi mystic who, guided by his young granddaughter, Ishtar, is on his way to a grand gathering of Sufis that takes place only once every 30 years.
A film review my Madhuri: “An entertaining diversion into a life you don’t want to live. Well-crafted, suspenseful, but most of all cautionary…”
Movie producer Subhash Ghai gave an interview to Press Trust of India at the Cannes Film Festival 2018 about his new movie project. Published in The Tribune on May 17, 2018.
A new Osho movie is in the works, declared producer Subhash Gai and director, Lakshen Sucameli. Amrita Tanna reports from the Cannes Film Festival 2018 in BizAsia on May 15, 2018. (New working title, ‘Osho: The Other Side of the Ocean’)
Lakshen and director-producer Subhash Ghai will present the film project at a press conference during the current Cannes Film Festival – and it is already a hot topic in the media. (Update: the new working title is ‘Osho: The Other Side of the Ocean’)
Sometimes irreverent, sometimes tongue-in-cheek, a delightful account of Damini’s viewing of Wild Wild Country that led her to dive deep into the underlying reasons why this docuseries was created NOW and what it has to do with America per se.
Review by Adam Patterson, published on Film Pulse, March 12, 2018. Release date of the docu-series: March 16, 2018 on Netflix.
Madhuri reviews Alexander Payne’s 2017 film, played by Matt Damon, Kristen Wiig, Hong Chau and Christoph Waltz.
Exciting news about a new film, written, directed and produced by Bhikkhu of New Earth Records fame.
Slide guitarist Amano Manish’s score for the film, Rebellious Flower, earned the Alex North Award for Best Original Score at the Tenerife International Film Music Festival. Article by Ashwin Khan in the Pune Mirror on November 19, 2017.
Navyo reviews the recently released techno-thriller starring Emma Watson, Tom Hanks, John Boyega, directed by James Ponsoldt and based on Dave Eggers’ 2013 novel.
Gyanodaya reviews the 2016 American documentary film directed by Raoul Peck, based on James Baldwin’s unfinished manuscript, ‘Remember This House’.
Madhuri reviews a film that came out in January this year; the story of a team of female African-American mathematicians who served a vital role in NASA during the early years of the US space program.
Ghoshen reviews the latest film by Martin Scorsese, with Andrew Garfield, Adam Driver and Liam Neeson as actors.
Navyo reviews Thomas Vinterberg’s film: “Refreshing and familiar, it asks us to look at where we compromise in our lives for the sake of security and society, cutting off the genuine joy and life-energy of who we really are.”
A Number Eight romantically linked with a Number Nine? Subhuti continues his series ‘Enneagram Famous Figures’ to help us grasp the types.
Vinod’s nephew Akhil Kapur will co-produce it along with Abhishek Kapoor who will also direct ithe movie. Reported by Sanyukta Iyer in the Pune Mirror on January 10, 2017.
A new movie directed by renowned Mira Neir shows a real life family action about a chess prodigy from Uganda’s slums. Kul Bhushan wrote the review.
In a clamouring world of ever growing noise, a meditative film makes the case for less noise pollution. Sandrine Ceurstemont writes in New Scientist on June 15, 2016.
Outspoken and controversial well-known film director speaks on ‘invasion’ of privacy in gaming app and about his new film ‘Snowden’. The Guardian, July 22, 2016
Ghoshen talks about the TV series ‘Sacred Journeys’ and the film ‘The Way’ – and about pilgrimage in various cultures.
A British film about Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) last autumn.
A review by IANS about the newly released film on Osho’s early years, in Indian Express, 15th January 2016
The first part of a film on Osho promises to be a realistic depiction of the controversial guru’s formative years, writes Sankhayan Ghosh in The Hindu, India on December 23, 2015.