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Farooq Sheikh – The rebel actor #Sundayreading

Sarwat Ali January 5, 2014 Farooq Sheikh’s critical acclaim was primarily due to his on-spot depiction of the common man’s dilemma Avinash Verma in ‘Saath Saath’. Farooq Sheikh was better known for his acting in the so-called parallel cinema of India… Continue Reading →

A starring role Farooq Sheikh kept hidden: How he helped a 26/11 victim

Shalini Nair : Mumbai, Mon Dec 30 2013, IE Shruti with her sons. “I regret I couldn’t thank him,” she says. Pradip Das The country knew and loved Farooq Sheikh as the actor behind many a sublime role. Few knew another side of… Continue Reading →

#India – Did you know Farooq Sheikh was involved in MSF Health campaign ?

Indian cinema needs a discerning audience: Farooq Sheikh Jul 03, 2013 Veteran Bollywood actor Farooq Sheikh exhorts people for compelling filmmakers to make meaningful and socially relevant films. Farooq Sheikh, an Indian actor and a popular television presenter, launched a… Continue Reading →

#RIP – Farooq Sheikh, Aam Admi of Indian cinema, no more

Avijit Ghosh,TNN | Dec 29, 2013, Veteran actor Farooq Sheikh dies due to heart attack Loading NEW DELHI: Admired for his natural and nuanced style of acting and adored for his sensitive eyes and boyish, middle-class charm that made women go weak… Continue Reading →

Mr Farooq Sheikh – We hope you’ve left behind more like you

Archana Khare Ghose 28 December 2013, I wrote a similar thing at another time, when filmmaker Rituparno Ghosh had passed away more than six months ago. That, in a profession where interacting with celebrities is a part of what you… Continue Reading →

The harm that sensational headlines can do, even if the story is OK- Deepti Naval #mediaethics #mumbaimirror

Deepti Naval, March 27, Facebook I’ve been pretty upset the last few days over something that the print media has been distorting hugely . . . each one of you on Facebook has been totally silent about it – no… Continue Reading →

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