+ Follow (1)
The inherent risk in a film distribution business is for the distributor, after watching the film, make a calculated guess as to how it will do in the box office and buy the distribution rights
If you applaud at the wrong time at a Symphony Orchestra of India concert, they won’t be upset with you
Zane Dalal, Conductor-In-Residence, Symphony Orchestra of India, on why you shouldn't clap between movements (but he'll totally understand if you do).
+ Follow (13)
Why it's important to write and read our stories, and how the independent publishing industry is thriving by telling them.
+ Follow (44)
+ Follow (10)
INSTA-SUBSCRIBE to Forbes India Magazine
Life's Activity Feed
January 30, 2015 00:39 am by A Look at Five Major Publishing Houses in India - eBooks India
Commented on The changing face of Indian publishing
[...] Butalia, co-founder of Kali For Women and founder of Zubaan Books, said in an interview with Forbes India, that in India print books will be around longer as electronic stuff is not so easily accessible or [...]
January 12, 2015 22:57 pm by ashwinkumar
rajini sir is a great actor has fan following world wide he has done great things which got great recognation to the state and countrry from other countries also . we like him for his good deeds not for the movies One movie flop will not never dent his credibility a inch BUT producers and distrib...
January 10, 2015 20:10 pm by S.JAIKUMAR
It is absolutely correct. It is ridiculus to ask Rajinikanth to compensate the losses. Why should they paid more money to buy this film. Suppose, if this film runs successfully and collected more money, will they share the profit with Rajini?. For the past 25 years, so many people belongs to this Ta...
January 10, 2015 13:24 pm by alie
correct message, but wrong points , since Rajinikanth was not to be blamed by his previous acts of compensation. 1)Baba was home production by Rajini's wife and daughter. So Rajini compensated even though he didnt have to. But still its his family's decison to take. 2)Kuselan was not his hom...
January 09, 2015 20:41 pm by prem
I agree with the buyer's bewAre rights. Rajinikant is my childhood hero and a superstar of the century. When Lingaa was screened in all cineplex on his birthday it was full house. The distributors should study the crowd numbers before even buying the movie. Don't take advantages of rajinikant good ...
What I am Reading by Sushobhan Mukherjee