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I won t say the late MJ as I believe that he still lives on in the heart of millions of his fans like me — Longinus

Longinus Fernandes, more popularly known as Longi, attained his first National and International fame when Hollywood Director Danny Boyle’s film ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ had become the talk of the town globally. His only grudge at that time was when his name had got erroneously omitted in the film’s credit title. But Danny Boyle made up for that when he invited him for the Oscar Award Ceremony. A Farah Khan protégé, he toured the world with Javed Jaffri for 5 years for dance performances. At present he his busy working as a choreographer with Sanjay Leela Bhansali on his pet project ‘Guzaarish’. Here in this exclusive interview, before embarking on his month long Canadian tour, he discusses about the pros and cons of his profession with Sampurn Wire.

There is a lot of madness in Anjaana Anjaani- music – Vishal and Shekhar

The music of ‘Anjaana Anjaani’ has released and composer duo of Vishal and Shekhar are waiting for the response with bated breath. After all, not just have they composed for one of their biggest films till date, they have also re-entered into the music scene in a big way after a rather low 2009 with ‘Aladin’ being their sole release. With their music of ‘I Hate Luv Storys’ turning out to be a success and ‘Anjaana Anjaani’ carrying great buzz, Vishal and Shekhar are waiting for audiences’ verdict.

Mani Ratnam Speaks About His Film Making Journey

From Pallavi Anu Pallavi in Kannada in (1983) to Raavan in Hindi (2010). It has indeed been a very long and fruitful journey for Mani Ratnam. Most cineastes regard him as one of the most significant voices of commercial Indian cinema. Straddling the world of high aesthetics, mass orientation and some say, simplistic politics, Mani has created a spiral of work whose impact resonates across the face of Indian cinema no matter what the spoken language of his characters…Kannada, Tamil or Hindi. Remarkably soft spoken and possessing a wicked sense of humour, Mani Ratnam who turned 54 on June 2, speaks to Subhash K Jha

If I Had Cast Abhishek In The Tamil Version Of Raavan, I d Have Still Been Shooting For The Film – Mani Ratnam

In a rare interview Mani Ratnam bares his heart to Jyothi Venkatesh on the eve of the release of his latest film Raavan and tells him that when he makes two different versions in two different languages, he cannot go with the same instinct because the tempo changes and he has to recreate his film in a different language altogether