It's Breaking News (2007)

Hindi 2 hrs 30 mins Social, Comedy
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Review Summary: IT'S BREAKING NEWS has noble intentions but the release period isn't right.

Average Critic Rating: (1.92)
Cast: Koel Puri , Abhimanyu Shekhar Singh , Vinay Apte , Harsh Chhaya , Bijal Batavia , Atul Parchure , Virendra Saxena , Shishir Sharma , Nandita Puri , Anita Wahi , Dhananjay Mandrekar , Vijay Patwardhan , Rahul Vohra , Vandana Gupte , Dr. Sharad Bhutadiya , Tejaswini , Sagar Talashikar , Tanushree , Vivek Gore , Radhika Vidyasagar , Shrirang Deshmukh , Ameya Hunaswadkar , Mrinmayee Deshpande , Smita Tambe , Milind Wagh , Ajay Javsekar , Sileep Mundrekar , Bhagyashree Mule , Manasi Sabnis , Chetan Deshmukh , Jitendra Deshpande , Abhijit Bagalkote , Gauri Pandit , Rajesh Jais
Director: Vishal Inamdar
Release Date: 05 Oct 2007

Plot: It is believed that 'Media' is the fourth pillar of democracy. Journalism began as a mission, then a service and now merely a profession - a complete business where a struggle is not to get right news but rather to 'generate' one crammed with glamour and sensation. The film endeavors to Read more

It's Breaking News - Top Reviews

IT'S BREAKING NEWS has noble intentions but the release period isn't right.
Taran Adarsh, Bollywood Hungama

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On the whole, the movie depicts a genuine message to the audience but the release time may not be the apt period considering the multiple releases, holy month of Ramzan and no pre release activities. It's a yes for those looking at some mature and reality
Bharat Student
Sadly, this isn't news you can use.
D Morgan, Rediff 
Movie Review : It's Breaking NewsDirector : Music : Starring :Vishal Inamdar  Kaushal Inamdar  Koel Puri, Abhimanyu Shekhar Singh, Vinay Apte, Harsh Chhaya,By Martin D'Souza, Bollywood Trade News Network View It's Breaking News Movie StillsIT’S BREAKING N
Martin D'Souza, Glam Sham
By: Taran Adarsh, IndiaFM Saturday, October 06, 2007It''s all about TRPs. To hell with ethics, principles, morals and scruples. The competition amongst TV channels is so fierce across the globe that what eventually matters is laying your hands on any stor