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It seems that Sudhir Mishra has a serious Gadaar irking around his own office. The director and cast of the sequel to Johnny Gadaar found themselves surprised when they awoke to the sequel of the film, Tera Kya Hoga Johnny all over YouTube. Over the course of the last 24 hours, the film has been divided up into 11 parts and uploaded on the streaming site for viewers to watch and enjoy. The film was completed in 2007 but due to many production problems as well as issues with actor Neil Nitin Mukesh’s availability, the film has been waiting for release only to get a grand release on the internet instead. According to the sources, Tera Kya Hoga Johnny was scheduled to release early this month. The same source revealed, “Apart from a tight budget, they also had difficulty with Neil’s dates. In fact the fillm was also screened at the New York’s South Asian Film Festival after the success of Slumdog Millionaire. There were also reports that Mishra wanted to dub the film in English for an international audience.” Read More

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Meet Zakir Hussain

Tabla Maestro

Zakir Hussain, a world renowned tabla maestro is probably one of the most down to earth celebrities you could come across. Charming and gifted with a great sense of humor, he also happens to be very modest. Zakir has been instrumental in revolutionizing the Indian Percussion not only in India but all over the world.  Read More

Desi Women - A Class of Their Own!

Unmistakable and most certainly definable, innately mysterious, exotic and regal, Indian women are a class all of their own. Whether it be their lustrous, thick black hair, almond shaped eyes, big, deep and soulful, their lovely brown skin in all various shades, or their bejeweled wrists, hands, feet and faces. There is an unparalleled uniqueness about women from the sub-continent. The physical attributes, however, are only one part of what makes up their whole sum. For it is impossible to look only at an Indian woman’s external beauty without acknowledging her inner strength, her fortitude and her journey throughout history, within India and abroad. March 8th is International Women’s Day and a perfect time to pay tribute and respect on where the women of India are today.  Read More

Representing India - Desis in America

There is a misconception that Desis who are born and raised abroad, especially in America, tend to forget their roots and heritage. This was further strengthened by a large number of American Desi flicks that displayed the American Desi life in all its grandeur: dating, college, independence and even sex. However, this delusion couldn’t be further from the truth. Granted that young American Desis have developed a meshed way of life, blending the western lifestyle along with the traditional eastern ways, but they are determined to make a mark for themselves in America while simultaneously holding up the Indian flag. Whether it is in politics, television, cinema or sport, American Desis have made their mark in every arena possible. CityMasala takes a look and salutes these talented American Desis.  Read More

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