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    1) Shital Morjaria | Three women in a boat
          NANDINI RAMNATH, www.livemint.com, First Published: Thu, Mar 07 2013. 08 46 PM IST
Had enough of male buddy movies? Think it’s unfair that boys have all the fun? Shital Morjaria’s indie All I Want Is Everything provides a timely antidote to cinematic celebrations of alpha energy. Morjaria’s debut feature, which opens on Friday at select multiplexes in Hyderabad, Mumbai and Pune, is about the up-down-up friendship between Nidhi (Sampada Harkara), Vaijanti (Sagari Venkata) and Trisha (Iantha Mitchell), three young women who meet at a film appreciation course. The movie is set in Hyderabad, where 39-year-old Morjaria lives and works as a producer for the television channel TV9.
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    2) Shital Morjaria | Voicing Women’s Aspirations
          www.aditebanerjie.com, Posted on April 23, 2013
Shital Morjaria, Executive Producer at TV9, is a passionate filmmaker who believes in making her kind of films. Not surprisingly, her film production company which she has co-founded with two of her friends, is called BanayengeFilms.
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    3) Shital Morjaria | Girls Uninterrrupted
          Maya Nelluri, www.channel6.in, Posted on April 24, 2013
"For the love of cinema!" says Shital Morjaria while speaking to Maya Nelluri about what drove her to make 'All I Want Is Everything'. It was an interesting conversation and one that shines light on how difficult it can be even for an insider to make a Tollywood film.
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    4) They want it all
          PRABALIKA M. BORAH, THE HINDU
Three girls, three issues, tight budget, tighter schedule and they say All I Want is Everything (AIWIE). This is Shital Morjaria’s production and direction debut of a 60-minute English film. This film has already made the rounds at two film festivals and is set to visit the third one. “We are heading for the Kerala fest and are very pleased with the response we received in the earlier fests at Mumbai and Goa, which happened last year,” says Shital. Also a producer at a new local channel, Shital sees this as her dream come true and her experience as a producer helped. 
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    5) MAKING A DIFFERENCE
          ARUNA RAVIKUMAR, THE HANS INDIA
Goa, the city with its beckoning beaches and bustling activity, was abuzz with excitement as the South Asian Film Festival was in progress, with organisers and film buffs thronging the venues where film screenings were in progress. At one of the venues, on a sunny Sunday morning the producer and director of a film that was being screened at what was perceived as an odd hour were disappointed to see only a couple of organisers and a motley group of 30 odd people at the screening. This was their debutant film and the first time what the audience reaction to their...
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    6) All I Want Is Everything
          Pooja Rao, BOLLYSPICE, Posted on December 13th, 2012
The decade gone by welcomed many changes to the face of Indian Cinema. While rom-coms mostly ruled the roost, filmmakers began innovating and experimenting with other genres. One such bunch of movies popularly termed ‘bromance’ introduced by the blockbuster Dil Chahta Hai became an instant hit mostly among collegians. Celebrating abiding male friendships, the recent superhits 3 Idiots and Zindagi Naa Milegi Dobara reaffirmed the faith in this subject.
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    7) Interview with filmmaker Shital Morjaria
          Kyna Morgan, HER FILM PROJECT, Interview with filmmaker Shital Morjaria 01/15/2013
The All I Want is Everything team In your directorial debut film, All I Want is Everything, three young women bond and become friends while taking a film appreciation course. Did you purposely contextualize the story this way to make a comment on women in film? Absolutely! The opening scene of the film begins with a very popular song in Indian Cinema, which is based on male friendship. I do not know of any popular Indian films which are based on women friendships.
                                                                                                                      
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    8) All I Want Is Everything
          IMBD, It was entered by Shital Morjaria on 2012-10-25 14:16:12.
This film is about women and made by women. The entire film is based on women friendships. What are the women friendship songs one can remember in Indian cinema? To see three women friends in a film, having a good time, without a love angle, song or a villain has not been explored by mainstream film makers yet. We are still into male bonding films but what about women?
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