French documentary maker Diego Bunuel, who spent 21 days at the ongoing Maha Kumbh, the largest gathering of people in the world, in Allahabad, said it was more like a crash course in Hinduism.
Diego, 38, was in the holy city in Uttar Pradesh to shoot an hour-long documentary "Inside The Mahakumbh" that covers the scale, details, quirks and moments of Maha Kumbh. It will be aired on National Geographic Channel March 4 and he will host it for the channel.
Speaking about his experiences at the Kumbh, Diego said "the trip was like receiving a crash course in Hinduism".
French documentary filmmaker Diego Bunuel has had an experience of a lifetime. He spent time at the ongoing Maha Kumbh, which takes place here every 12 years, and says he was surprised to see the "good" infrastructure.
Bunuel, 38, spent 21 days at the Kumbh Mela, one the largest religious gathering of the world. It is on in Allahabad.
He says it was like a mini city built out of nowhere, and admits that he was initially apprehensive about visiting the place.
Renowed international supernatural entertainer and mentalist Lior Suchard is set to enthrall audiences at the Kingdom of Dreams March 2.
Suchard can delve into people's innermost thoughts and know exactly what they are going to say even before they speak.
After receiving accolades from public and Hollywood celebrities such as Zac Efron and Kim Kardashian, Lior is all set to impress the Indian audiences with his mind reading, thought influencing, predicting and telekinesis skills.
Parliamentarians cutting across party lines Tuesday expressed happiness at "Life of Pi", featuring Indian actor Sooraj Sharma in a lead role, bagging the highest number of four Oscars and over director Ang Lee accepting the award with a 'namaste'.
Rajya Sabha member Tarun Vijay said the namaste by Ang Lee went viral on social media and "it has once again proved that Indians can make it and make it in a big way".
"We are proud of our Sooraj Sharma and the entire India crew of the movie," said the Bharatiya Janata Party leader.
The Oscar awards may not have anything common with 'Laddoos', a traditional Indian sweet, but they found a common link in Chandigarh Monday.
As Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow's Hollywood film "Zero Dark Thirty", on the execution of terrorist Osama Bin Laden, won an Oscar for sound editing at the 85th annual Academy Awards at Los Angeles, an actor-cum-line producer in Chandigarh distributed laddoos.