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I have lived in the UK for over 35 years and I have never heard this expression once. To the best of my knowledge there is no sentiment, emotional or spiritual attached to that (or any other) river. It is probably a quirk of the speaker. He considers rivers holy but has relocated to the UK so it the famous UK rivers that come to his mind.
I grew up in the London area and never ever heard anyone swearing by the Thames in the manner you describe. It is entirely possible that people of Indian origin have transplanted this behaviour but no local would do so. Swearing by the Thames, in the sense of cursing while in the vicinity of the river, is rather more common - especially after the pubs ...
These are the relevant rules from the submission guidelines, especially Rule Two: Eligibility: Paragraph 2 explains the physical characteristics of the film itself: A. feature length (defined as over 40 minutes), B. publicly exhibited by means of 35mm or 70mm film, or [...]. C. for paid admission in a commercial motion picture theater in ...
An old timer (who was present at a private screening) once told me that in the "original" ending of the movie, Gabbar (Amjad Khan) rolls off the boulders and lands on iron rod(s) when kicked by Thakur (Sanjeev Kumar). He is impaled on them or is seriously injured, leading to his death. However, this ending was considered too soft and didn't exactly give a ...
There is a very good answer present on Yahoo Answers: Satellite right is the legal permission given by the producer of a film to a Television channel to show (broadcast) the film in TV. It might be for a limited time period or for lifetime. There will be many clauses and conditions like the film can be shown in TV only after a particular time ...
You are describing the 2010 movie Koormavatara which was broadcast on DD National at 10pm on October 5th as this TV guide confirms. The plot, from Wikipedia: The protagonist [...] is at the edge of retirement from government service, happens to play the role of Mahatma Gandhi in a television serial.
In this context, collections and receipts have the same meaning and are interchangeable. As for who receives the monies, that is based on a sliding scale. The percentage that goes to theater owner and distributor changes depending on how long a movie stays at a theater. The longer a theater shows a film, the greater the percentage of the ticket price goes ...
Suraksha from 1979 stars Mithun Chakraborty (as Gunmaster G9, a Hindi James Bond-type) that was followed by the sequel Wardat in 1981. Videsh 1977 part 1 and Agent Vinod 1977 part 2 both contain Mahendra Sandhu as Agent Vinod.
Could be this one The Second Jungle Book: Mowgli & Baloo (1997) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0120087/
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