Goa has become a hub for the B Town celebrities to throw parties on various occasions. Recently many celebrities have tied their knots on this pristine land and now the pictures of Jassi Jaissi Koi Nahin fame Mona Singh’s Bachelorette In Goa has gone viral on the social media.
Just preparing a good food is not enough, you also need to get the foodies at your doorstep, and that is the similar situation faced by the Marathi Movies which are made with a lot of dedication and efforts making sure that the content is also of a very good quality but despite that it did not pull the crowd due to lack of promotional budget. The producer and director of Marathi film BHONGA spoke about the hurdles Marathi Cinema faces, during the press conference at IFFI 2019 in Goa.
The 50th International Film festival of India has many new films that tell the story concerning our society and it has many such movies in its kitty this year. The opening of the IFFI began with the film which is based on the story of a refugee boy that is presently haunting the entire world. Interdependence and Orey are two such movies that put the light on two major issues that are haunting our Indian society at the moment.
A panel of non-feature & feature films jury, which included esteemed director Mr Priyadarshan, infamous Mahabharata narrator Mr Harish Bhimani, Vinod Ganatra, award winning actress and film maker Sreelekha Mukherji, and docu-film directors Aarti Shrivastava and Ronel Haobam spoke yesterday of their work on this section of the IFFI 2019.
The International Film Festival of India (IFFI) has started its reign with the opening ceremony on Wednesday and it will keep ruling the heart and mind of the film enthusiasts for the next seven days. The organizing committee, the Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG) actively encourages local talent, artists, film fans and the like to play a vital role in the visuals of the festival. With this aim, ESG has asked students of the Goa College of Art to create unique art installations to be showcased across the ‘IFFI Mile’, the road that runs alongside the Mandovi River promenade in Panaji.
The film is based on the story of an 8-yar-old Refugee boy adopted by a couple who recently lost their only child. It is a heart-touching story but besides that, it also gives a very strong message that despite of all the development that has taken place in the world we are still morally backward. 
The Konkani film industry is growing by the day with more and more quality contents adding to its kitty. The standard of film making has improved to quite an extent in the recent decade. The first Konkani movie that created the buzz in the state was Nachom-ia Kumpasar created history and the new generation of Konkani movies began since then.
“Ek Shaam Rafi Ke Naam” is a yearly event organized by Hotel Fidalgo to give tribute to late Shri Mohd. Rafi Ji. The event is attended by hundreds of music lovers from across the state. This event is celebrated as a remembrance of legendary singer Mohd. Rafi whose birthday also falls during the same month of the 31 st July.
One of the most common reasons why people use smartphones is to play mobile games. This is because people carry their phones with them everywhere, and if they have to kill time at a doctor’s clinic, airport, in a cab, then they can just take out their phones and start playing their favorite games.
Technology has influenced almost every sector today and entertainment is no different. The following are the 5 biggest trends in the Indian entertainment industry that you need to know: