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Look what Nimrat Kaur has to say about her professional endeavours last year

Look what Nimrat Kaur has to say about her professional endeavours last year

Nimrat Kaur says she was caught up with her personal as well as professional life, but she is not complaining. 

I have tried marijuana: Nimrat Kaur

I have tried marijuana: Nimrat Kaur

Nimrat Kaur says that she has tried marijuana.

No rush to do back-to-back films: Nimrat Kaur

No rush to do back-to-back films: Nimrat Kaur

 Her last film was 2013 hit "The Lunchbox" but Nimrat Kaur is not worried about her absence from the big screen as the actress says she prefers quality over quantity.

Want to back socially relevant projects: Guneet Monga

Want to back socially relevant projects: Guneet Monga

 With films like "The Lunchbox" and "Peddlers" to her credit, Guneet Monga has become a force behind independent Indian films and the producer says she wants to back socially relevant cinema.

British project by-product of 'The Lunchbox' success: Director Ritesh Batra

British project by-product of 'The Lunchbox' success: Director Ritesh Batra

Ritesh Batra is in the process of waving his cinematic wand to bring the world of Julian Barnes' novel ‘The Sense of an Ending’ to life for a British film in which he is also working with Oscar-winning actor Jim Broadbent. The director points out that fame of ‘The Lunchbox’ opened the doors to the West for him.

Indian stories need global exposure: 'Lunchbox' director Ritesh Batra

Indian stories need global exposure: 'Lunchbox' director Ritesh Batra

  He took the taste and flavours of Mumbai's dabbawallas on a global trail with his first feature film, "The Lunchbox", which managed the rare feat of appealing to international critics and Indian audiences alike. Ritesh Batra - the man behind the film - says he is on a mission to take Indian stories to the world by making his films a window to India and its culture.

Would love to work with Irrfan again: 'The Lunchbox' director

Would love to work with Irrfan again: 'The Lunchbox' director

 Their first outing together - “The Lunchbox” - exuded a new fragrance of cinema that Indian and international audiences equally seemed to enjoy. Now, director Ritesh Batra says he wants to again team up with actor Irrfan Khan to recreate magic on the silver screen.

When David Beckham tripped on Nimrat Kaur's dress!

When David Beckham tripped on Nimrat Kaur's dress!

At the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards in London, Nimrat Kaur's "surreal" experience was made sweeter when football star David Beckham nearly tripped over her gown. It was an oops moment that Nimrat will cherish forever -- just like her BAFTA-nominated film "The Lunchbox".

Nimrat Kaur's 'surreal' BAFTA moment

Nimrat Kaur's 'surreal' BAFTA moment

 Internationally acclaimed Indian movie "The Lunchbox" may have missed its chance to grab a BAFTA trophy, but its ceremony here left the film's leading lady Nimrat Kaur bewitched.

BAFTA Awards: ''The Lunchbox'' loses to Polish film

Internationally acclaimed Indian movie "The Lunchbox" missed the trophy for the Film Not in the English Language category of the BAFTA Awards 2015 to Polish-Danish drama movie "Ida", which was named the winner at the ceremony here Sunday night.

Nimrat Kaur gears up for BAFTA Awards

Nimrat Kaur gears up for BAFTA Awards

After making heads turn at the red carpet of Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles, actress Nimrat Kaur is now headed to London to support her film “The Lunchbox", which has been nominated for the British Academy Of Films and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards.

From 'The Lunchbox' to 'Homeland' - Nimrat Kaur looks back

From 'The Lunchbox' to 'Homeland' - Nimrat Kaur looks back

Nimrat Kaur's understated performance in Ritesh Batra 's ‘The Lunchbox’ left viewers gasping for more. Now that the film has been nominated for the prestigious British Academy Of Films and Television Arts (BAFTA), she says the project has been like a ‘Pandora's Box’ which keeps throwing up surprises.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui proud to be a part of 'The Lunchbox' team!

Nawazuddin Siddiqui proud to be a part of 'The Lunchbox' team!

Bollywood film 'The Lunchbox' has been nominated for the Foreign Film Category of the Bafta Awards 2015.

'The Lunchbox' named best first film by Toronto Film Critics

'The Lunchbox' named best first film by Toronto Film Critics

 Ritesh Batra's much lauded epistolary romance drama 'The Lunchbox' has been named best first feature by Toronto Film Critics.

'The Lunchbox' honoured by Toronto film critics

'The Lunchbox' honoured by Toronto film critics

Indian film director Ritesh Batra’s ‘The Lunchbox’ has been named best first feature at the 18th annual Toronto Film Critics Association (TFCA) awards here.

Process for choosing films for Oscar not good: Ritesh Batra

Process for choosing films for Oscar not good: Ritesh Batra

  Director Ritesh Batra, whose 'The Lunchbox' lost out to 'The Good Road' as India's foreign language Oscar entry last year, says the method for selecting entries for the Academy award in India is flawed.

Nimrat Kaur to romance Akshay Kumar in 'Airlift'?

Nimrat Kaur to romance Akshay Kumar in 'Airlift'?

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I play Claire Danes` nemesis in `Homeland`: Nimrat Kaur

`The Lunchbox` actress Nimrat Kaur, who is all set to debut on American series `Homeland` as ISI agent Tasneem Kureshi, says she plays Claire Danes` nemesis on the show but is not sure whether she will share screen space with the Golden Globe-winning actress.

Nimrat Kaur`s Independence Day adventures

`The Lunchbox` actress Nimrat Kaur celebrated the 68th Independence Day in a very unusual style. The actress, who is currently in Cape Town celebrated the day by indulging in some adventure activities like trekking.

Interesting to play Pakistani in US show: Indian actress Nimrat Kaur

After finding global visibility with `The Lunchbox`, Indian actress Nimrat Kaur has landed a chance to play a Pakistani character in the fourth season of hit American series `Homeland`, set in Islamabad.