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    Preview: Lahore

    05 March 2010 The Times of India

    Sai Om Films makes their foray into the Hindi Film Industry with their maiden venture, LAHORE. Directed by debutant Sanjay Puran Singh Chauhan, the film is produced by Vivek Khatkar.

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  • Inside Out: Faces & Places

    15 December 2008 SPORTSBUSINESS JOURNAL

    Rob Miller was between shoots in Mumbai on an unnamed cricket film when he heard of the three days of terror that left more than 150 dead.

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    ReelSports, Staged Baseball

    22 September 2008 mlb.com

    Firm delivers authenticity to sports films.  "Baseball's great because for years and years, it's been such a storytelling sport, more than maybe any other in America."

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  • ReelSports On The Vanguard Of India's Global Ascent

    20 August 2008 Charleston City Paper

    Even now, Robert Miller describes the phone call he received from India two years ago with a mixture of surprise and satisfaction.

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  • The Phoren Hands

    07 June 2008 INDIAN EXPRESS

    The best of the world’s technical talent is here at the biggest film bazaar, spicing up our masala stories with special effects and action. We look at Bollywood’s crossover crew.

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  • 53rd Fair One Filmfare Awards

    20 March 2008 FilmFare Magazine

    They are often referred to as 'Indian Oscars' as they showcase the best talent of the Indian film industry. Here is the list of winners.

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  • AFLers Hit The Big Screen In 'The Game Plan'

    27 September 2007 Our Sports Central

    There have been more than 100 football movies made since the 1932, however it wasn't until 60 years later that the celluloid cinema brought more realism to the screen.

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    Going Bollywood?

    17 September 2007 The Post & Courier

    When we first reported on Reelsports, it had parlayed their unique expertise into a profitable career in show biz.  Still, we didn't expect them to be a cog in the wheel of "Chak De India." 

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