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October 22nd, 2013 | Posted by Jenn in News - (0 Comments)

Having made four short films dealing with identity and dislocation, Indian-American Mahesh Pailoor, in his first feature-length film, wanted to explore the father-son relationship. “So many movies are ostensibly father and son stories so it’s difficult to try and make something that hasn’t been done before. But what I really wanted to do was tell an honest and realistic portrait of how that relationship changes over time,” said Mr. Pailoor of American-funded “Brahmin Bulls.”

The film is a story of the fractured relationship between two Indians living in the U.S., Ashok and his son Sid, who are constantly locking horns.

In Mumbai to showcase the film at Mumbai Film Festival which runs until Oct. 24, Mr. Pailoor, who lives in Los Angeles, spoke to The Wall Street Journal about his journey as a filmmaker, his perception of Bollywood and the changing face of Indian cinema.

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SpoilerTV posted this sneak peek of tonight’s episode, “Liar, Liar”.

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LiveMint article about Brahmin Bulls

October 17th, 2013 | Posted by Jenn in News | Press - (0 Comments)

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It begins with a cat being let out of a box, and by the time the cat has crawled back into it, a father has reconnected with his estranged son, met up with an old flame, and come face to face with mortality.

The adorable feline plays a small but significant part in American film-maker Mahesh Pailoor’s directorial debut Brahmin Bulls, which is showing at the Mumbai Film Festival. The cat belongs to Sendhil Ramamurthy’s character Sidharth, a troubled architect whose life is a mess. He is estranged from his wife, hasn’t spoken to his widower father (played by Roshan Seth) in years, and wants to have nothing to do with the cat, which belongs to his wife, despite being advised by a friend that the pet can be used as a bargaining chip.

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Last week’s Beauty and the Beast premiere answered two big questions: Where’s Vincent? and Did Gabe survive? Thankfully the latter was answered in the affirmative since fans of actor Sendhil Ramamurthy had recently been through a very similar situation (ie: his explosive exit from Covert Affairs) and weren’t ready to say goodbye, once again.

Neither were the BATB showrunners, who recognized the importance of Gabe to Vincent and Catherine’s journey considering he will attempt to replicate his Beastly cure in the first stretch of episodes. ETonline caught up with Ramamurthy to talk about surviving the finale, what’s next for Gabe and why this role is giving him Heroes deja vu!

ETonline: Did you know you’d be surviving the finale?
Sendhil Ramamurthy: They told me before we got the finale script that I was going to get shot, but if the show came back, I was also coming back. But I couldn’t tell anybody so I just played dumb for three months [laughs]. I’m always OK being a cliffhanger as long as I know first. And I have to say, everything feels kind of different this season. The Beast’s movements are different, the action sequences are different, the stakes are higher, everybody is in danger — including the bad guys. You really don’t know what’s going to happen from scene to scene.

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That’s My Entertainment spoke with Cassidy Freeman and Sendhil on the red carpet at the 2013 San Diego Film Festival to discuss Brahmin Bulls. Watch the interview below!

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VINCENT COMES FACE TO FACE WITH SOMEONE FROM HIS PAST — After getting stonewalled by Cat (Kristin Kreuk) in his quest to track down a suspected beast, Gabe (Sendhil Ramamurthy) enlists Vincent’s (Jay Ryan) help, but Vincent quickly takes matters into his own hands. Unfortunately, the beast as an advantage over Vincent that requires Cat’s help, in addition to the help of someone else who opens up old wounds from Vincent’s past. Nina Lisandrello also stars. Michael Robison directed the episode written by Roger Grant (#204). (Source)

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Season 1 of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST revealed a real nightmare: a second beast — one who would kill without conscience. Assistant District Attorney Gabe Lowen (Sendhil Ramamurthy) stalked Vincent (Jay Ryan) until he could obtain what he need from him — a way to irradiate Gabe’s beast, even if it was at the expense of Vincent’s life. Vicious and without remorse, Gabe’s beast nearly destroyed them both. When last seen at the end of Season 1, Gabe’s beast was shot and dying. But as Season 2 quickly revealed, Catherine Chandler (Kristin Kreuk) saved his life in order to use Gabe in the search for Vincent. In a recent press interview from the set, co-star Sendhil Ramamurthy gave the scoop on what is next for Gabe and how rocky his relationships will be with the the rest of the “Dream Team.”

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E!Online Talks to Sendhil Ramamurthy

October 7th, 2013 | Posted by Jenn in Interviews | News | Press - (0 Comments)

Beauty and the Beast is officially down one beast.

In the CW hit’s season-two premiere tonight, it was revealed that Gabe (Sendhil Ramamurthy) is no longer a beast, once again giving Catherine (Kristin Kreuk) hope that Vincent (Jay Ryan), who has lost his memory and gained new beastly abilities since being captured by Muirfield. In a surprising move, Gabe, who is now the assistant district attorney, decided to stick around and help Catherine and J.T. (Austin Basis), even though we’re pretty sure they’d rather stick themselves in the eye with a fork than be in the same room as him right now.

So why is Gabe really sticking around? And what can fans expect from the rest of season two, including Vincent and Catherine’s relationship? We chatted with Ramamurthy about losing his beast side, Gabe’s intentions and more…

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