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Madhur Bhandarkar

Remembering #Dadasaheb Phalke #MajroohSultanpuri, the lyricist who got Indian cinema to fall in love with poetry.🙏m
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It's always a great experience to meet u @Swamy39 ji Thanks for ur time in spite of ur busy schedule.🙏v
Salute this Young MP Police Man on duty during #SimhasthaKumbh Plz RT and Spread this 👏�wN
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Aurangabad police constable Rafiq Shaikh scales Mount Everest becomes first cop 2 successfully climb Everest.jaihind
Robert De Niro & Jodie Foster at the 1976 Cannes Film Festival.Now after 40 years they are both at #Cannes2016.
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Experience the sacredness beyond time & space that comes after every 12 years.#SimhasthUjjain2016 #KumbhMela2016
Happy Birthday Mrinal da 1 of my favorite director & d greatest ambassador of INDIAN Parallel Cinema on Global stage
Girl lost at at Nagpur Railway station is now back home. God bless.
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Congrats my friend @Shaileshrsingh , @irrfan_k & Team #Madaari for the gripping trailer. All the best. youtu.be/j4s3JmLGLCA
Always great to catch up with the gracious @tavleen_singh & Looking forward to reading her next #IndiasBrokenTryst
This is correct way to see wild animals RT if you agree.
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Mom, your memories are my life’s only solace. I miss you. #Happy Mother's Day.
Sand artist @sudarsansand tribute to Gurudev Rabindranath #Tagore on his birth anniversary today. @puribeach
Superb. So true. 😬�9Y
#AshokKumar was India's first "blockbuster" hero. A look at the many firsts of Indian cinema.
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Such a great feeling to see Shri Manoj Kumar ji receiving the Dadasaheb Phalke Award at the 63rd #NationalFilmAwards
Maharashtrian Pagdi style, lots of fun interacting with the Super Kids at #DreamCatchers summer camp at #LavasaCity
Master film maker & one of the most influential directors in world cinema, Satyajit Ray, was born on May 2, 1921.
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