The title ‘Bollywood Diaries’ in itself may sound intriguing, millions in India chase the dream of making it big in the sinister world of showbiz. Passion is what drives them. This film traces three parallel stories of common people and the lengths they will go to realise their big Bollywood dream.
Citylights is based on Sean Ellis’ acclaimed Metro Manila, but it also unlocks the doors to other movies in your mind. This is both a strength and drawback for this remarkable film. Deepak Singh (Rao) loses his village shop to debt and migrates to Mumbai with wife Rakhi (Patraleka) and child Mahi for a new start, ostensibly provided by friend Omkar. But reaching Mumbai, the family never finds Omkar. Instead, Deepak and Rakhi find tricksters, bar-girls, criminals, armoured guards – and a devious plot. Can this little family survive the big city?
There will be no peace among the nations without peace among the religions. This travelogue is the story of the world we live in surrounded by different faiths, belief system and the misconceptions. Through this journey and deeper understanding, we all can play a small role in healing the society and making it a better place to live in.
MOVED BY LOVE is a heart warming story that shares the story of how a South African journalist and a Ladakhi man met in one of the most extreme regions on Earth to embark on a mission to help old, neglected donkeys in Leh, and one that will move you towards a greater sense of compassion and enlightenment for all beings.
The Foundation of Universal Responsibility of His Holiness the Dalai Lama organizes a month-long Gurukul program in Dharamshala (Himachal Pradesh in North India) every year. Young participants are selected from all over the world to experience the Monastic tradition, Buddhist philosophy, and Tibetan culture, engage in various activities of the Tibetan community and to know about Tibetan struggle for freedom.