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By Sharon Waxman
"Life of Pi" author Yann Martel -- whose bestselling book wil be released as an Ang Lee movie next month -- allegedly said India was "a horrible place"
The controversial Indian film, banned in its native country, will be released on DVD and video on demand in North America
Filmmakers Madhur Bhandarkar, Shyam Benegal and Girish Karnad will be honored at a ceremony in New Delhi, where the Indian president will grant the prizes
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Sony says it will forego Mumbai after director David Fincher refuses to cut love-making, rape-and-torture scenes
Ernst & Young study says country's media and entertainment industries will grow by about 50% over the next four years
Partnership creates three English language channels geared at youth and female audiences
New report finds that even though Russia, India, China, and Brazil don't yield big profits, the potential exists
Fantasy movie will feature local talent and will be dubbed in Tamil
Gov't will grant two new homes to impoverished child stars.
9-year-old star made more money from three-day commercial shoot for soft drink than from 'Slumdog Millionaire'
Some Indians say "Millionaire" is a Westernized depiction of poverty that won’t resonate.
Though "Slumdog Millionaire" has yet to arrive in Indian movie theaters, the country's people are proudly embracing the film after it took away four prizes at the Golden Globe awards on Sunday.
The actor tells TheWrap: "You can’t shy away from a moment when it’s there”