'Singh Saab The Great' box office collections beat 'Gori Tere Pyaar Mein'
Director Anil Sharma claims Singh Saab The Great has scored better as it is Sunny Deol’s comeback solo film Director Anil Sharma claims Singh Saab The Great has scored better as it is Sunny Deol’s comeback solo film
SummaryDirector Anil Sharma claims Singh Saab The Great has scored better as it is Sunny Deol’s comeback solo film
Sunny Deol thrilled with response to 'Singh Saab the Great''Gori Tere Pyaar Mein, Singh Saab The Great' fail to ... Read More
Waheeda Rehman, Kamal Haasan, Susan Sarandon open IFFI 2013
The 44th edition of the Indian International Film Festival has been declared officially open in Goa. The highlight of the starry evening was veteran actress Waheeda Rehman who became the first actor to receive the Centenary Award for the Film Personality of the Year, which marks Indian cinema's 100th birthday. Waheedaji received her award from Goa chief minister Manohar Parrikar, Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari and actress Rani Mukherji.
An emotional Waheeda ji said, "I ... Read More
Indian classics, world cinema the high points of Kolkata International Film IANS
A still from Satyajit Ray's Mahanagar which was screened at the festival
Boasting of a varied fare of world cinema and a rich oeuvre of films from Southeast Asia, the 19th edition of the Kolkata International Film Festival (KIFF) pleased the masses as well as the classes, a few glitches notwithstanding.
As much as movie-enthusiasts relished world cinema, filmmakers from various nations enjoyed Indian classics. A discussion on films coupled with master classes by renowned directors and ... Read More
Allahabad High Court bans Ram-Leela in Uttar Pradesh
The Lucknow bench of the court comprising of justices Devi Prasad Singh and Ashok Pal Singh passed the order to ban the film on a petition filed by Maryada Purshottam Bhagwan Ramleela Samiti, Bahraich.
The petitioner had prayed for cancellation of Censor Board certification given to the film on November 1 and sought that controversial and objectionable dialogues be removed from the film.
The film, starring Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, was released on November 15.
The petition ... Read More
’Celluloid’ at Kochi tomorrow
Kochi: "Celluloid", the mega event by Manorama Online to felicitate Mammootty and Mohanlal, the mega stars of Malayalam cinema, will take place on Saturday night at Hotel Le Meridian, Kochi.
South Indian actor Prabhu and Innocent, President of AMMA, the association of Malayalam cinema, will be the chief guests of the event being organised as part of celebrating 100 years of Indian Cinema.
In the event, renowned musician M Jayachandran will present a musical journey depicting ... Read More
Madras Cafe not an honest film, says Sri Lankan filmmaker
Noting that his country's films are taking a hit from the more popular Bollywood productions, noted Sri Lankan filmmaker Prasanna Vithanage on Tuesday alleged that Madras Cafe was not an "honest" movie.
He also lamented the dearth of market for Sri Lankan films in India.
"The problem is (Madras Cafe)... doesn't touch the characters. It has caricatures... those are not people. To me it's not an honest film. You cannot make a film when it doesn't come ... Read More
Bombay Talkies that launched Dilip Kumar, Dev Anand and Raj Kapoor makes a comeback
The Bombay Talkies studio, founded in 1934, by Himanshu Rai, Rajnarayan Dube and Devika Rani, that launched Hindi cinema's best known names —Ashok Kumar, Dilip Kumar, Madhubala, Raj Kapoor, Lata Mangeshkar, Kishore Kumar, Satyajit Ray, Bimal Roy, Dev Anand and Mehmood, to name a few — is all set to be relaunched by Abhay Kumar, grandson of Rajnarayan Dube. The film Chahe Koi Mujhe Junglee Kahen marks the historical banner's revival and also ... Read More
Pakistani court imposes restriction on Indian movies
Lahore: A Pakistani court today imposed restrictions on the screening of Indian films across the country and laid down certain conditions for their release.
Justice Khalid Mahmood of the Lahore High Court issued the interim order in response to a petition filed by controversial TV talk show host Mubshir Lucman, a former film producer known for his anti-India stance.
Lucman claimed that under Pakistani rules, Indian movies that are shot completely in India and are sponsored ... Read More
Classic Indian films a welcome delight at Abu Dhabi fest
By IANS - Abu Dhabi
Away from home, yet so near - thanks to movies. NRIs, mostly middle-aged, used the Abu Dhabi Film Festival (ADFF) platform to catch up on classics like "Pyaasa" and "Garm Hava" as well as new ones like "Qissa" and "Goynar Baksho". Meeting a star like Irrfan Khan was a huge draw too!
The curiosity and excitement in the air was evident from the word go.
For many, the festival, which celebrated the centenary ... Read More
Mannar Mathai to return, with same cast
Mannar Mathai, who entertained Malayalam movie lovers nearly two decades ago, is in the green room getting ready for a comeback.
The movie was made by the Siddique – Lal team, which had won the hearts of people as one of the best Malayalam comedy movies ever. Its second part is being directed by Mammas.
Innocent will be playing the role of Mathayichan again and the roles of Balakrishnan and Gopalakrishnan will be handled by ... Read More
Pakistani film on 'Indian agents' sets new box office record
Islamabad: As a police compound in Islamabad comes under terror attack, an 'Indian female agent'-cum-social worker in Pakistan is dancing with a mercenary celebrating their success. This is a scene from 'Waar', a film doing roaring business in Pakistan.
Said to be the most expensive Pakistani film ever to be made, the film is rumoured to be partly funded by the military, a charge denied by the film director Bilal Lashari.
The film is about Pakistan's fight ... Read More
'Krrish 3' set for simultaneous release in Tamil and Telugu
PARAG MANIAR, TNN
Rakesh Roshan's next, Krrish 3, is set for a simultaneous release in three languages — the Bollywood flick has also been dubbed in Tamil and Telugu.
Says Rakesh, "The dubbed versions of Krrish and Dhoom 2 have been the highest grossers in Tamil and Telugu industries. Also, Hrithik has a huge fan following down South. When I made Krrish, I had wanted every Indian to watch it. So, I got the film dubbed ... Read More
India, Indonesia to bond more, co-produce films
New Delhi, Oct 17 (IANS) Incredible India will engage Remarkable Indonesia with co-production of films and training of personnel, giving a boost to tourism and the entertainment business, as Asia's two large nations come closer on the people front.
The two countries committed to building on their close historical and cultural links after talks between Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono in Jakarta last week. Recognising the popularity and impact of ... Read More
Savita Bhabhi movie released with English subtitles
In an attempt to broaden the scope and appeal of the first "Savita Bhabhi Movie", Kirtu today launched a version of the movie with English subtitles. Maintaining their goal of quickly responding to feedback from fans and customers, this was in response to the requests made by non-Hindi speaking Savita Bhabhi fans.
Deshmukh, the founder of Kirtu said he did not want the movie to be confined only to the Bollywood/Hindi audience, adding, "My aim has ... Read More
Boss: is not always right!
Gaurav Malani, TNN
Director: Anthony D'Souza
Cast: Akshay Kumar, Ronit Roy, Mithun Chakravarthy
They say 'the boss is always right'. So when almost everything about the film is wrong, you are still not supposed to question anything. A general viewer reaction to the mediocrity of this film was 'what else do you expect from a film like this?' So with the frequent flow of such unapologetically self-proclaimed mindless action films, our basic expectations are so downsized that ... Read More
'Shahid' - gritty,raw , gripping and guttural (IANS Movie Review - Rating: ****)
Source : IANS
Film: "Shahid"; Cast: Rajkumar Yadav and Tigmanshu Dhulia; Director; Hansal Mehta; Rating: ****
Stop right here. "Shahid" is the sort of rare raw unnerving journey into a socio-political reality that our cinema needs to undertake regularly but seldom does. Our filmmakers largely veer away from doing films whose redolent realism could ruffle political feathers.
First and foremost, Hansal Mehta's film on the real-life slain lawyer Shahid Azmi is a fearless work.
Fearless and unfettered, Mehta wastes ... Read More
Bollywood returns to Egypt after 25 years
By IANS - CAIRO
Come Wednesday and Bollywood will return to Egypt after 25 years with the release of Shah Rukh Khan-Deepika Padukone starrer "Chennai Express", the event coinciding with celebrations back home of 100 years of Indian cinema.
Speaking at a media reception here Monday, Indian Ambassador Navdeep Suri said he was amazed at the love and affection Egyptians had for Indian cinema even when these did not play in theaters.
"It was an odd situation. India ... Read More
Prakash Jha wants to make a film on current police-society relation
One of the main ingredients of a Prakash Jha film is its topical element and the director now wants to bring on the silver screen the relationship of the police and society today.
Almost all of Jha's films be it "Mrityudand", "Gangaajal" "Apaharan" and latest "Satyagraha"- have been connected to their time.
The 61-year-old helmer feels the image of police in the society has changed drastically in the last 12 years and this subject could make ... Read More
Srijana Mitra Das , TNN
Cast: Amitabh Bachchan, Ajay Devgn, Manoj Bajpai, Kareena Kapoor, Arjun Rampal, Amrita Rao
Direction: Prakash Jha
Duration: 2 hours 20 minutes
Review: There's a shot in Satyagraha - a rainbow glimmering for a second between jets of water pounding protestors - which typifies this film. Vibrantly layered, Satyagraha weaves together urban legends of corruption, encompassing corporate lobbyists to murdered engineers. It features slices of histories, Chauri Chaura, Mandal, Anna Hazare's ... Read More
Madonna top-earning celebrity, trumping Spielberg, Winfrey: Forbes
(Reuters) - She's still the Material Girl.
Pop diva Madonna 55, is the world's top-earning celebrity, according to a Forbes list released on Monday, raking in an estimated $125 million in the past year, mainly from her $305 million-grossing MDNA tour, but helped by sales of clothing, fragrance and various investments.
Director Steven Spielberg, who had a big hit last year with "Lincoln," was a distant second with earnings of $100 million in the year ended ... Read More
Stars, taboo sex and death at Venice film fest
By Michael Roddy
(Reuters) - Space, stars and taboo sex will be on display in Venice this week as the world's oldest international film festival fights to keep its head above water in a city slowly slipping into the sea.
The 70th Venice Film Festival will try and see off competition from increasingly popular extravaganzas in Rome and Toronto by opening with the world premiere of 3D space fantasy "Gravity", starring George Clooney and Sandra Bullock.
Directed ... Read More
Jenner Jose debuts with a film on America’s illegal Indian immigrants
Jenner Jose's debut film Ooops a Desi that hit theatres yesterday, deals with the issue of illegal Indian immigrants in America, and the trial and tribulations they go through to survive in a foreign land.
Jenner says, "They are unable to approach authorities because their immigration status is invalid. At times, they decide to deal with the issue themselves, further worsening the situation. It is a topic that has never been dealt with before."
The director feels ... Read More
James Cameron announces four Avatar novels
Filmmaker James Cameron has announced four novels as an extended addition to his Avatar franchise.
The director has already added one more film to previously planned two sequels. Cameron now wants to expand the universe of Pandora through four stand-alone novels.
Cameron has roped in noted science fiction author Steven Charles Gould to write the books, based on the universe he created in his 2009 blockbuster.
Gould is best known for his 1992 novel "Jumper", which was turned ... Read More
Shah Rukh Khan's Chennai Express earns Rs 200 crore, creates box office history
Shah Rukh Khan's Chennai Express has already earned Rs 200 crore at the box office.Shah Rukh Khan's Chennai Express has earned Rs 200 crore at the box office in the second week of its release on August 9.
The movie, which had crossed the Rs 100 crore mark in just four days of its release and earned a whopping Rs 6.76 crore in paid previews, is still going strong across India and abroad.
... Read More
Madras Cafe not based on Rajiv Gandhi: Shoojit Sircar
Director Shoojit Sircar concedes that his movie Madras Cafe, based on the Sri Lankan civil war, may have certain scenes resembling events related to Rajiv Gandhi's assassination, but he clarifies that the film's story is not a biopic on the former prime minister.
At a press conference, Sircar and the film's producer John Abraham, who also plays the lead actor in the movie, were asked if permission was sought from the Congress party to essay an ... Read More
Bangalore Times Film Awards 2012 goes to...
You, our dear readers, have voted for, and chosen the best talent in Sandalwood for the year 2012. The winners of the Bangalore Times Film Awards 2012, in each of the 14 categories, have been selected based on your vote, on www.itimes.com/polls and ours. Historical film Krantiveera Sangolli Rayanna has won the top honour in the Best Film category. The film has also won its director and lead actor the Best director and the ... Read More
'Planes' a plain underdog Story (IANS Movie Review)
Film: "Planes"; Voiceovers: Dane Cook, Stacy Keach, Brad Garrett, Carlos Alazraqui, Priyanka Chopra, Teri Hatcher, Roger Craig Smit; Director: Klay Hall; Rating: **
Set in a vehicular world, "Planes" is an underdog story complete with a bit of romance, plucky sidekicks, arrogant bad guys and dumb henchmen.
The story begins in Lincoln, Nebraska, where our protagonist, the ambitious crop-duster Dusty Crophopper (voiceover by Dane Cook), with a single engine and propeller dreams of participating in the annual ... Read More
Shah Rukh Khan's Chennai Express: Biggest hit of 2013
Budget of the film: Rs.75 cr
Opening Weekend:Rs.100.42 cr
The Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone starrer Chennai Express has not only attained success at the Box-Office, but has also broken several records, set by other big Bollywood movies. Right from the day when the promos of the film were released, it generated buzz and curiosity among the viewers, so much that as soon as the film, made of Rs. 75 crore, released it crossed the 100 crore ... Read More
Bollywood cinematographer's connection with Steve Jobs's biopic
Mumbai, Aug 15 (IANS) In what must rank as a very rare honour and privilege, Bollywood's well-known DOP (Director Of Photography) Aseem Bajaj, who has to his credit the cinematography of "Chameli" and "Gol Maal Fun Unlimited", has partly shot the eagerly waited Steve Jobs biopic "JOBS", releasing here Aug 23.
Bajaj shot the portions showing Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs visiting India.
Said Bajaj: "Yes, I am the Indian director of photography for 'JOBS'. I shot ... Read More
Suraj Pancholi's debut film to be directed by Nikhil Advani
Suraj Pancholi will make his debut with the remake of Subhash Ghai's 1983 hit film Hero.
Nikhil Advani, riding high after the success of his espionage thriller D-Day, is said to have been roped in to direct the remake of Subhash Ghai's 1983 musical blockbuster Hero.
The original film had launched Jackie Shroff and Meenakshi Sheshadri into the big league. Advani, who worked wonders with newcomers Sree Swara and Akash Dahiya in D-Day, hopes to work Ghai's ... Read More
'Shuddh Desi Romance' invited for Toronto film fest
New Delhi, July 25 (IANS) Parineeti Chopra and Sushant Singh Rajput's "Shuddh Desi Romance" is heading to 'videshi' shores for a Gala Red Carpet Premiere at the esteemed Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) 2013.
The screening, to be held Sep 11, will be attended by director Maneesh Sharma and writer Jaideep Sahni, along with Sushant, Parineeti and debutant Vaani Kapoor. It will take place at the Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto.
Officials at the Yash Raj Films ... Read More
A film in which the spirit of the Sikhs have been misused against Muslims!
By Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch
The Director Rakesh Mehra and Farhan Akhtar, Actor in ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ Film, Nirmal Kaur wife of Milkha Singh did much for Milkha Singh, but the director and the actor are equally more great like Milkha Singh to whom they promoted for ever in the history of sports as depicted in the film ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ especially by Actor, Farhan Akhtar as seen and judged by me on Saturday, July ... Read More
Mammootty to play double role in ’Balyakalasakhi’
Kochi: Malayalam superstar Mammootty will essay a double role in the romantic tragedy 'Balyakalasakhi', (childhood companion), shooting of which will commence on August 5.
The actor would portray the role of Majeed and that of his father in the film, which is an adaptation of Vaikom Mohammed Basheer's novel of the same name. The actress who would play the role of 'Suhara' has been selected, the sources said.
Bengali actor Parambrata Chatterjee, who came ... Read More
Bachchan, SRK to celebrate 100 years of Indian cinema in Chennai
Amitabh Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan to celebrate 100 years of Indian cinema in Chennai Amitabh Bachchan are on the celebrity guest list to celebrate 100 years of Indian cinema Bollywood luminaries such as Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan are on the guest list for celebration of Indian cinema's 100 years to be held here from September 1-3.
"Shah Rukh Khan and Amitabh-ji are on our guest list. We have requested them to lend their ... Read More
Hungama Becomes Bollywood Gateway for Music Providers
To make it in the lucrative world of Bollywood music, it pays to be local.
Hungama Digital Media Entertainment Pvt. Ltd., which has digital rights to 75 percent of the music from Bollywood films and controls 40 percent of the entire Indian digital music market, has signed Apple Inc. (AAPL) and Sony Corp. (8758), supplying the media giants with Indian tunes for their online stores. It also sells songs directly to listeners through its own ... Read More
Pakistan Film Censor Board has banned "Raanjhanaa"
The Pakistan Film Censor Board has banned the exhibition of Dhanush and Sonam Kapoor starrer " Raanjhanaa" because of its alleged "controversial theme".
The Central Board of Film Censors in Pakistan banned the film shortly before its scheduled release, Chief Executive Officer of IMGC Global Entertainment Amjad Rasheed, the importer of the film said.
Earlier the Censor Board had also banned films like "Ek Tha Tiger", "GI Joe", "Agent Vinod" for their controversial themes and "anti-Pakistan" ... Read More
Saif delays Bullet Raja song for his home production
Saif Ali Khan has been busy with Bullet Raja which has been forcing him to delay his work on his home production. Although the actor has wrapped up shooting for the movie, he still has one song left to do but he has now postponed the shooting for that song as he wishes to concentrate on his home production. The yet-untitled movie will be directed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK.
According to our sources, Saif ... Read More
Salman Khan to release 'Mental' on Republic Day
Bollywood superstar, Salman Khan has always released his movies on Eid from past four years. But this year this is not the case.
His next action film, Mental, is finally set to open during the Republic Day weekend next year.
... Read More
Prabhudheva, Shahid to dance to ‘Gandi baat’
This one’s likely to be a visual delight – dancing ace Prabhudheva and actor Shahid Kapoor will groove together for the first time for “Rambo Rajkumar” in a song called “Gandi baat”. They are excited.
Prabhudheva, who is directing the movie, said he is very “excited” to perform alongside Shahid, who in his opinion is one of Bollywood’s most talented performers.
“I’m very excited about the song and Shahid and I are already rehearsing for it. It’s ... Read More
One Two Three Four – Chennai Express
Singers : Vishal & Shekhar
Music Composer : Vishal-Shekhar
Sing Along : Punam ke chand ko,
Ghoonghat ke neeche,
Laai tere liye,
Duniya se nazrein chura ke..!
Peechhe kuwaan aage mere khaayi,
Tu hi bata jaun main kahaan,
Mujhko duaa kiski laagi bhai,
Aake padhara hoon jo yahan,
Ille fikar, aaja idhar
Beat pe laga le tu thumka
One two three four
Get on the dance floor, one two three four
Get on the dance floor, body shake, body shake
Kichum michum hard core, shor naal hichak michak
Party hichak ... Read More
Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani Movie Review
Star-Cast: Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, Aditya Roy Kapur, Kalki
Director: Ayan Mukherji
Producer: Karan Johar, Ronnie Screwvala
Duration: 2 hrs 20 mins
Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani is exactly what you expect it to be. A good romantic comedy. The first half is breezy and fun but guess what? The second half delivers! Remember the last time the Hindi film industry did all of that? I’m glad you don’t because this would help you enjoy the film more.
All the usual ... Read More
Bollywood tapori songs – series 1
Sapne Mein – Satya 1998
Movie : Satya
Singers : Asha Bhosle, Suresh Wadkar
Music Composer : Vishaal
Lyricist : Gulzar
Lines we love : Hai, gora chitta rang hai chand ka palang hai – (2)
Chandni me dhoolti hai, o kudi meri aaa…o kudi meri aaa…ha ha haa.
Chorus : Sapne mein milti hai, o kudi meri sapne mein milti hai
Sara din gungte me band kudiya si, oe oe oe oe oe…
Sara din gungte me band kudiya si, akhiyon mein khultihai
Tan ... Read More
Movie Review – Yamla Pagla Deewana 2
Cast: Dharmendra, Sunny Deol, Bobby Deol, Neha Sharma, Kristina Akheeva, Anu Kapoor
Director: Sangeeth Sivan
Plot: Gajodhar(Bobby Deol) and Dharam (Dharmendra) play the two cons they did in the first installment of the film while Paramveer (Sunny Deol) works for a bank. Paramveer gets a job of recovering loan from a ‘used-to-be-millionaire’ but who now looms around in debt. Dharam and Gajodhar plan to con Mr Khanna (Anu Kapoor) and suman (Neha Sharma) and Reet ... Read More
Shah Rukh's shoulder injury creates roadblock for 'Chennai Express'
Shah Rukh Khan's shoulder injury is yet to heal and this has delayed the promotions of his upcoming venture
Shah Rukh Khan's shoulder injury which recently had him hospitalised where he underwent a surgery has delayed the promotional plan of his upcoming film Chennai Express.
According to sources, UTV was planning an elaborate gig on June 8 to launch the first look of the film, but SRK's painful shoulder has come in the way.
Apparently, SRK was supposed ... Read More
Award-winning film director, Susi Ganesh, in New York
A press conference was held on May 26th in New York, attended by Ameesha Patel, Pooja Gupta and Susi Ganeshan for their upcoming movie release
Bollywood director Susi Ganesh was an engineer by profession studied at the prestigious MIT and worked as reporter at Ananda Vikatan, a Time magazine equivalent in Tamil print media, before joining Mani Ratnam as assistant director.
He has directed some of award winning movies in the South such as Kandaswami, Thiruttu ... Read More
Barfi! treads foreign grounds
Ranbir Kapoor-starrer "Barfi!", which amassed critical and commercial acclaim in 2012, continues its international journey with an invitation from the Shanghai International Film Festival and an impending release in Taiwan and Hong Kong. The actor is excited.
"I'm elated by the fantastic response 'Barfi!' has garnered overseas. From Busan to Marrakech to Okinawa to Turkey the film has traveled to many countries and now I'm looking forward to 'Barfi!' traveling to Taiwan, Shanghai and Hong Kong ... Read More
Sawaar Loon from Lootera
Watch out for the much awaited video song “Sawaar Loon” from the movie “Lootera”, staring the handsome hunk Ranveer Singh and gorgeous Sonakshi Sinha. It’s the second film of director Vikramaditya Motwane after Udaan, the music is composed by Amit Trivedi. Lootera hits the screens on 5th July 2013.
... Read More
Sadda Haq Does Not Hurt Religious Harmony: Movie Makers
By: Bharat Khanna
BATHINDA, Punjab (May 13, 2013)–Kuljinder Singh Sidhu and Dinesh Sood, director and producer of film ‘Sadda Haq’ are close friends and once roommates who come from Sikh and Hindu families, respectively, but they had never thought that the film they were going to make would face the allegations of hurting communal harmony.
Speaking to HT, Sidhu and Sood said, “We had been friends since 1997 when we started our masters in journalism course at ... Read More
Aurangzeb: Rishi Kapoor was uncomfortable working with Prithviraj
Noted actor Rishi Kapoor says he felt uncomfortable calling his co-star Prithviraj Sukumaran by his first name because it is the name of his grandfather, the yesteryear thespian Prithviraj Kapoor.
"I was uncomfortable working with Prithviraj for the first two days as it was my grandfather's name. But later, it was ok," Rishi Kapoor told reporters at the promotional event of the film.
Rishi Kapoor and Prithviraj will be playing cops in Aurangzeb.
Kapoor was all praise for ... Read More
‘Shootout At Wadala’ review: The unforgettable rise of the anti-hero - Manya Surve!
Manohar Arjun Surve. A bright student, who scored 78% in his college examinations but was never able to live the life of a respectable serviceman that he had envisaged for himself. The life-trajectory of this bright young boy is tragically altered and he is left with a newer, heavier avatar – that of the dreaded gangster Manya Surve.
Sanjay Gupta’s story, with snippets from S. Hussain Zaidi’s ‘Dongri to Dubai: Six Decades of the Mumbai Mafia’, ... Read More
`The Great Gatsby` music tops charts, Big B happy!
`The Great Gatsby` music tops charts, Big B happy! Mumbai:Megastar Amitabh Bachchan is elated with the fact that the music of his debut Hollywood project `The Great Gatsby` has topped the music charts.
The music has been composed by Craig Armstrong.
"Incredible! The music of `Great Gatsby` opens Number one on charts... this is historic. Fabulous tracks from great artists.. hear it," Big B posted on Twitter.
Directed by Australian Baz Luhrmann the movie will open the 66th ... Read More
'Go Goa Gone' gets clearance in Goa, banned in Kuwait
Director duo Raj Nidimoru and Krishna's D.K.'s " Go Goa Gone" has got a clearance certificate from the Goa government, but the movie hasn't got a green signal in Kuwait and Nepal.
Illuminati Films and Eros International's "Go Goa Gone" is banned in Kuwait and it needs 20 cuts to release in Nepal, said a statement.
Tagged as India's first zombie-comedy movie, "Go Goa Gone", releasing Friday, is set in the backdrop of Goa, where four ... Read More
Deepika Padukone and Arjun Kapoor team up for an English film
Producer Dinesh Vijan has managed to bring two exciting actors together for his next.
He has signed his friend and critically acclaimed director Homi Adajania (Being Cyrus and Cocktail) for an English film titled 'Finding Fanny' that will be aimed at a global audience.
What is remarkable is the fact that Dinoo has managed a casting coup by bringing together Deepika Padukone, his Cocktail leading lady, and Arjun Kapoor.
The two will share screen space for the first ... Read More
'Aurangzeb' promotion at under-construction sites
'Aurangzeb' promotion at under-construction sites
Arjun Kapoor, and Prithviraj Sukuraman in Aurangzeb More Pics
With new promotion techniques coming up these days, the team of forthcoming film " Aurangzeb" has decided to hold press meets to promote the thriller only at under-construction building sites here.
Set in Gurgaon, the movie starring Arjun Kapoor in double role is about land mafia and features Jackie Shroff as a builder, while Rishi Kapoor plays a cop trying to nab him ... Read More
Aamir Khan wanted to make film on 100 yrs of Indian cinema
Mumbai: Actor-filmmaker Aamir Khan has revealed that he was keen on making a film to mark the centenary.
To celebrate the landmark of Indian cinema, four top Bollywood directors - Dibakar Banerjee, Karan Johar, Zoya Akhtar and Anurag Kashyap - have directed 'Bombay Talkies', an anthology of four short stories.
"I was looking to make a film on 100 years of cinema...I wanted to do something but couldn't do it. I am happy that the Indian cinema ... Read More
Review: 'The Reluctant Fundamentalist' considers 9/11 effects
Directed by Mira Nair from Mohsin Hamid's novel, the film explores the geopolitical effects of the world we have made as seen through a Pakistani man's experiences connected to the U.S. It is a timely thought-provoking movie.
By Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times Film Critic
If there ever was a time to see "The Reluctant Fundamentalist," that time is here and now.
... Read More
Dadasaheb Phalke Academy Award for Yash Chopra
Mumbai: Filmmaker, Yash Chopra, Rajesh Khanna and legendary playback singer, Asha Bhosale, are among those Bollywood legends, who will be honoured with the Dadasaheb Phalke Academy Awards here on April 30.
Bhosale will be presented with the Phalke Ratna Award for her contribution in the field of music for five decades.
Late Yash Chopra will be conferred with the Dadasaheb Phalke Academy Award for his services to the Indian film industry as an iconic filmmaker. His wife ... Read More
Barbaadiyan song lyrics : Aurangzeb
Barbaadiyaan Song Video
Barbaadiyaan Song Lyrics
Ude ude phire raaton ko
Jeeyein jeeyein jeele khwabon ko
Dhuaan dhuaan samaa hai dekho.. woh oo wo..
Dhare hain kyun beh jaane do.. ho!
Chalo jale jale phirein
Doob kar marein
Shararatein sab karein
Barbadiyan.. meethi lage aazadiyaan…
O ho o o…
Khud ko kar Khuda sab kuch tabaah kar de
Humein jo bhi ho pata Saare gunaah kar de
Neeli neeli aag haan bhar le nigaahon mein
Jalti daastaan rakh de hawaaon mein.. woh o o…
Chalo jale jale phirein
Doob kar marein
Shararatein ... Read More
Chopras save family home from creditors in the nick of time
B R House is where the family patriarch and one of Bollywood's biggest producers, B R Chopra, conducted most of his business and also breathed his last in 2008. However, in his last days, Chopra saw B R Films slip into the red after a string of flops and a few co-production projects that did not take off. As debts mounted, cheques issued by B R Films began bouncing and court cases piled up.
But with ... Read More
Barfi! leads IIFA nominations with 13 nods
Anurag Basu's critically acclaimed and commercially successful movie "Barfi!" leads the nominations for the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards 2013. Movies like "Vicky Donor", "Gangs Of Wasseypur" and "Agneepath" have also scored major nominations.
The IIFA Voting Weekend was held in March, and the resulting nominations list reflects the diverse and thriving landscape of the Hindi film industry at present.
The maximum 13 nominations have been bagged by "Barfi!". It is followed by nine nominations for ... Read More
Sing Along – Badtameez Dil
Badtameez Dil Lyrics
Badtameezee ek bimari hai
Ek aisi bimari
Jo dhere dhere waqt ke saath
Budhaape mein badal jaati hai
Main kehta hoon jab tak budhaapa nahi aata
Thodi badtameezee hi kar lete hai
Paan main pudeena dekha
Naak ka nageena dekha
Chikni chameli dekhi
Chikna kameena dekha
Chaand ne cheater hoke cheat kiya toh
Saare taare bole gilli gilli akhaa
Pa para para…
Meri baat, teri baat
Zyada baatein boori baat
Thaali mein katora leke
Aaloo bhat, Muri bhat
Mere peeche kisi ne repeat kiya toh
Saala maine tere muh pe maara ... Read More
Yeh Jawani Hai deewani’s buzz increases with release of “Balam Pichkari”
Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani starring former lovers Rabir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone has been creating huge buzz with its trailers and the song ‘ Badtameez Dil’. Now, the 2nd song of the movie has been released titled “ Balam Pichkari”, the song is as catchy as ‘Badtameez Dil’ and started becoming a rag in YouTube.
Within 24hrours of its release on YouTube, the song ‘Balam Pichkari’ has crossed 2 lakh views and is going viral pretty ... Read More
Himmatwala: 1st Tuesday Box Office Collections
Himmatwala dropped collections on its 1st Tuesday at the Domestic Box Office. The movie collected 4.10 Crores, taking its 5 Days domestic total to 39.60 Crores at the Box Office.
The movie made a decent business in the morning and afternoon shows in single screens as well as multiplexes. The collections would have been better further, but the occupancy dropped in evening and night shows due to IPL Opening Ceremony.
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'Kahaani', 'Barfi!' lead TOIFA technical awards
Vidya Balan-starrer 'Kahaani' and Barfi!', which starred Ranbir Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra, picked the maximum awards in technical categories at the debut edition of the Times Of India Film Awards (TOIFA) in Vancouver.
The technical awards were announced on Friday at a night full of fun, fashion and glamour.
Kahaani, directed by Sujoy Ghosh, won the best editing (Namrata Rao), best story (Advaita Kala and Sujoy Ghosh), and ... Read More
Bollywood fever builds in Vancouver for film award show
Hundreds of fans were once again camped out at Vancouver International Airport on Friday for a chance to see some of the biggest stars in the Bollywood film industry arrive for Saturday's award show, including superstar Shahrukh Khan.
"I am very happy that we are here talking about cinema to people who are not only from India but from the rest of the world too and local Canadians... I hope they like us," said Khan shortly ... Read More
The Times of India Film Awards kicked off on Thursday
The show started late and there were plenty of empty seats, but the crowd continued to build and thousands of excited Bollywood fans raised the roof when the stars of the show hit the stage.
Earlier in the day hundreds of fans were at the Vancouver airport hoping to catch a glimpse of the film stars arriving.
Shaguftah Patel was one fan who came from across the country for the chance to see them in the flesh.
"I'm ... Read More
NO TAKER FOR GOOD FILMS.
Film maker Joshy Mathew who won this year National Award for best film on environment conservation for his movie Black Forest has said that he is yet to fund an exhibitor for his film. Even the cinemas of kerala film Development Corporation are unable to screen award winning films, he said. All the 12 cinema halls operated by KSFDC have been booked for main stream star studded films he added
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No National Award for 'Barfi!', Priyanka upset
Actress Priyanka Chopra, whose performance in 'Barfi!' was appreciated by the audience, is upset that the film did not get a single National award.
The winners of the 60th National Film Awards were announced on Monday.
"I am feeling bad that 'Barfi!' did not win National Award. But then it is up to the jury why they did not give the award," Priyanka told reporters at the launch of her first item song 'Babli badmaash'.
'Barfi!' was ... Read More
Watch Kalki seduce Emraan Hashmi with a guitar and a melody
The makers of ‘Ek Thi daayan’ released the first song- a romantic track titled ‘Yaraam’. The song features Emraan Hashmi, Kalki Koechlin, Huma Qureshi and Konkona Sen Sharma, and has many interesting moments.
The track opens with Emraan Hashmi, a magician asking Kalki Koechlin, “What do you do?” and Kalki replying “Aapse Ishq”. Immediately Emraan retorts, “Isliye mere hathon katil hona chahti ho”, and the whole auditorium breaks into laughter.
The song is composed by Vishal Bhardwaj, ... Read More
Why doesn’t Aamir Khan attend popular award functions?
Aamir khan is definitely one of the Bollywood’s actors with exceptional charisma in terms of spinning the money at the box-office. But never to forget he is also an outstanding actor who always encourages versatile & art movies which give a lot of scope to true acting.
He won lot of awards and accolades but Aamir Khan never attends any award function whatsoever and he states that popular film awards like Filmfare, IIFA, etc are not ... Read More
Indian Film Festival Melbourne to celebrate 100 years of Bollywood
Indian Film Festival Melbourne film, which is one of the most prestigious film festivals in the commonwealth, is going to happen in Melbourne this year celebrating 100 years of Bollywood. Vidya Balan has been chosen as the brand ambassador for the second time in a row. The festival will happen from May 3rd to 15th.
The festival will start with the movie “Raja Harishchandra’ which was the first ever Bollywood movie released in 1913 and end ... Read More
5 worst item numbers of Bollywood
Off late item numbers have been having great impact on the movies. Now a days Item number are being used as a trailer for the films they are part of. Here is a list of item numbers which were not worth calling themselves an item number.
Mehbooba from “RGV ki Aag”
Everything about this was bad and so was the item number. Extra tanned Urmila Matondkar with skimpy clothes looked more scary than hot. It was way ... Read More
Kai Po Che boy Sushant Singh Rajput in Kjo’s next
Kai Po Che
With Kai Po Che going on to be a super hit movie, all the lead actors are getting many offers. Recently Raj Kumar Yadav was announced the lead actor in which Freida Pinto is making her Bollywood debut. Amit Sadh bagged new movie with same production company which produced Kai Po Che. Sushanth Singh Rajput is doing an guest role in Aamir Khan’s next movie ‘Peekay’.
But Sushanth has a bigger reason to smile. ... Read More
Movie Review : Saare Jahaan Se Mehnga
saare jahaan se mehnga
Movie: Saare Jahaan Se Mehnga
Bollywood Celebden Rating: 2/5
Cast: Sanjay Mishra, Vishwa Mohan Badola, Pragaty Pandey, Zakir Hussain, Sitaram Panchal
Story: Rupesh Thapliyal, Vijay Manral
Music: Manish J.Tipu
Director: Anshul Sharma
Puttanpal (Sanjay Mishra) is a typical middle class person who works in a government veterinary hospital and has a small family with wife Noori(Pragaty Pandey) who runs a small beauty parlour, a retired father Nagpal(Vishwa Mohan Badola) who wants to live privileged life and an unemployed ... Read More
Mira Nair to re-release Salaam Bombay after 25 years
Mira Nair's ode to the city's underbelly turns 25 this year with a re-release. So where is the motley crew today?
Salaam Bombay, Mira Nair's debut film that won many international accolades including the Camera d'Or and the Prix Publique at the Cannes Festival, is turning 25 this year and to commemorate this, PVR is re-releasing the landmark film on March 22.
Shot in real locations and featuring non-actors, the international project chronicled the life of street ... Read More
Rajinikanth's Kochadaiyaan to be released in four languages
Kochadaiyaan features Bollywood siren Deepika Padukone opposite Rajinikanth.
Here's some good news for all Rajinikanth fans. The megastar's highly anticipated movie Kochadaiyaan will be released in not just one or two but four languages.
The movie, which is directed by Rajinikanth's daughter Soundarya R Ashwin, will be released in Tamil, Telugu, Hindi and English.
This is the first time that Rajinikanth will be releasing his film in so many languages. This is being done to cater to the ... Read More
Can A Dalit Woman Play a Nair Role in Malayalam Cinema Today?
I think this Rosy Memorial Lecture is a historically significant move for
two important reasons. First of all it gives us a chance to remember and
commemorate P K Rosy, the Dalit Christian woman, who was the first heroine
of the first film in Malayalam, Vigathakumaran, which was made and
released by J C Daniel in 1928 in Trivandrum. This lecture series in her
memorial will surely help us pay our tribute to this pioneering woman who
came forward to ... Read More
Amitabh Bachchan to work with Anurag Kashyap
Megastar Amitabh Bachchan is teaming up with Anurag Kashyap in his next untitled movie.
The 70-year-old will play the lead in the thriller, which is set to go on the floors early next year.
"I am delighted to be working with Anurag, a director, who has through his rugged belief in his kind of cinema compelled us to fall in line with him. I have a general concept of the story and anxiously wait for him to ... Read More
Pakistani actress Meera to remake 'Pakeezah'
Meera, who made her debut in Mahesh Bhatt's 'Nazar' ten years ago but failed to make her mark in Bollywood, is now dreaming real big.
The actress wants to step into the shoes of (late) Meena Kumari and is leaving no stone unturned to cast herself in the role of the Sahibjaan of Kamal Amrohi's 1972 classic 'Pakeezah'. On Monday, Meera met Amrohi's son Tajdar and requested him if she can make the film with her ... Read More
Best film Oscar for 'Argo' upsets Iran
Oscars 2013: 'Argo' wins best film award, Ang Lee best director
The best film Oscar for the CIA thriller "Argo" has riled Iran, which says the award has unveiled the "bare politicization in Hollywood".
"In the era that politicization in Hollywood was very strong, and every awards and festivals in Hollywood had paid much attention to the anti-Iranian movie 'Argo', the 85th Academy Awards ceremony, unveiled the bare politicization in Hollywood," said mehrnews.
US First Lady Michelle Obama ... Read More
Ang Lee wins second Oscar Best Directing for 'Life of Pi'
Taiwanese-born Ang Lee won his second Oscar for Best Directing on Sunday for "Life of Pi," the adaption of Yann Martel's fantasy adventure novel about an Indian boy who survives a shipwreck but is stranded in a lifeboat with a Bengal tiger.
"Life of Pi" was nominated for 11 Oscars - including Best Picture - and also won for Cinematography, Original Score and Visual Effects. Starring newcomer Suraj Sharma, the film was lauded by critics for ... Read More
Life of Pi' transcends boundaries: Distributor
New Delhi, Feb 25 (IANS) With Ang Lee's "Life of Pi" winning four golden statuettes at the 85th Academy Awards, its distributor Fox Star Studios has hailed it saying it is a rare work of cinema.
The film bagged four honours at the glitzy gala Sunday night, including the best director award for Lee.
"We are delighted with 'Life Of Pi' winning the maximum number of Oscars this year! Ang Lee is one of those rare directors ... Read More
No Oscar for Bombay Jayashri
Indian vocalist Bombay Jayashri, who was nominated in the best original song category at the 85th Academy Awards for her track "Pi Lullaby" from " Life of Pi", lost the trophy to British singer Adele, who took home the statuette for " Skyfall". However, "Life of Pi" won the best music - original score award.
Written and sung by Jayashri, "Pi Lullaby" was also competing with other numbers like "Before my time" from "Chasing Ice" ... Read More
Winners of the State Award for 2012
Thiruvananthapuram: Celluloid was adjudged the Best Movie and Ozhimuzhi the Best Second Film in the State Film Awards for the year 2012 . The movie 'Celluloid' bagged about seven awards for the year 2012. The awards were anounced by B. Ganesh Kumar, Minister for Sports and Cinema on Friday.
Prithviraj bagged the Best male actor award for the movie 'Celluloid' and 'Ayalum Njanum Thammil' and Rima Kallingal was awarded the best female actor award for ... Read More
Coffee and conversation
Karthi and Kajal Aggarwal talk about their screen chemistry and likes and dislikes
Karthi and Kajal Aggarwal’s first film together Naan Mahan Alla was a huge hit. And now, the two are excited about their upcoming rom-com, All In All Azhaguraja, directed by M. Rajesh.
More on their roles
Karthi: Azhaguraja is about people from a small town. It is a romantic comedy. With Rajesh at the helm, you can expect a laugh riot.
Kajal: I play a ... Read More
Ajay Devgn to speak in 5 languages in Himmatwala
In a particular scene, Devgn will speak in Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Punjabi and Tamil in the remake version of Sajid Khan's Himmatwala.
Actor Ajay Devgn will speak in five different languages in his upcoming film Himmatwala.
In a particular scene, Devgn will speak in Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Punjabi and Tamil in the remake version of Sajid Khan's Himmatwala.
"Ajay has spoken in five languages in a particular scene where Tamannaah (leading lady) gets some goons to beat him ... Read More
'Celluloid’ wins state award for best film
Thiruvananthapuram: 'Celluloid,' a feature film directed by Kamal based on the life of J C Daniel, the pioneer of Malayalam cinema has won the Kerala state award for best film for the year 2012.
The Jury chaired by director I V Sasi chose Lal Jose as the best director for the film 'Ayalum Nhanum Thammil,' which also won the award for best popular film with artistic appeal.
Prithviraj was adjudged the best actor for his roles in ... Read More
New York Indian Film Festival to open April 30
New York Indian Film Festival The oldest and most prestigious film festival for Indian cinema in North America, the 13th Annual New York Indian Film Festival, will kick off its week-long festivities with a star-studded opening April 30.
Organised by the Indo-American Arts Council (IAAC), the festival will begin with a red carpet premiere at a prestigious new opening venue for the festival, the Skirball Centre for Performing Arts in New York City.
Festival screenings will take ... Read More
Celluloid pays tribute to Malayalam filmmaker JC Daniel
Kochi: Acclaimed Malayalam film director Kamal Thursday said his biopic 'Celluloid', which will hit theatres tomorrow, is a tribute to J C Daniel, considered the father of Malayalam cinema.
Daniel was 'sidelined' by history and the film is a touching tribute to the filmmaker who died unsung, Kamal told reporters after a preview of the film, which has Prithviraj playing the lead role of Daniel and Mamata Mohandas essaying the role of his wife Janet.
The movie ... Read More
Lovemaking scenes not big deal in India: Pakistani actress
Mumbai, Feb 14 (IANS) Bollywood is more open when it comes to showcasing sensuality and lovemaking scenes, as compared to the film industry in her homeland, says Pakistani actress Sara Loren.
Sara will be seen in Randeep Hooda and Aditi Rao Hydari-starrer "Murder 3", releasing Friday. The movie is a franchise of the popular "Murder" series, known for its bold content.
Pakistan, she says, has a "different culture".
"India is open about their ideas and sensuality of women. ... Read More
Karanvir Bohra turns producer with Punjabi film
Mumbai, Feb 8 (IANS) TV actor Karanvir Bohra has ventured into film production with Punjabi film "Love You Soniye". He says the Punjabi movie industry is poised for good growth and he is positive his project will reap good results.
"I realised that Punjabi cinema is doing so well right now. Just like southern cinema is number one among regional film industries, in the same way, Punjabi cinema is also growing strong. So, I think it's ... Read More
Vishwaroopam row settled: Kamal Haasan agrees to edit 7 scenes
The movie's Hindi version, Vishwaroop has been well-received in north India, barring some minor protests in Lucknow.
Actor-director Kamal Haasan has agreed to run seven scenes that Muslim groups had found objectionable in his movie Vishwaroopam without audio. This paves the way for the movie, which was banned for two weeks by the government, to be finally released in Tamil Nadu, its biggest market. The compromise deal came after a six-hour meeting on Saturday between Mr ... Read More
Christian outfit angered at Malayalam movie
Demands removal of ‘objectionable scenes’ from the movie.
Christian outfit angered at Malayalam movieKerala, February 05, 2013: Seems like film makers these days are at the receiving end.
After opposition against Kamal Haasan’s Vishwaroopam and Malayalam movie Romans, another regional film is facing opposition from a Christian outfit.
Indian Christian Democratic Party alleged that ace director Mani Ratnam’s Malayalam movie ‘Kadal’ (Sea) had objectionable scenes referring to Christianity.
The party has sought the removal of those scenes from the ... Read More
Meet to break Vishwaroopam deadlock fails to take off
The proposed formal tripartite meeting to break the deadlock over the screening of Kamal Haasan's Vishwaroopam in Tamil Nadu failed to take off on Friday as Muslim outfits reportedly insisted on the presence of the actor-filmmaker during the parleys.
But there was no sign of any meeting in the evening nor any official word on it.
Mohammed Hanifa of the Federation of Tamil Nadu Muslims Social and Political Organisations had said earlier that they were ready for ... Read More
'Vishwaroopam': Madras HC upholds ban, Kamal Haasan to move SC
CHENNAI: Actor Kamal Haasan said on Wednesday that he will file a petition in the Supreme Court to overturn the ban on his film 'Vishwaroopam'.
The Madras high court on Wednesday set aside a single judge order staying the government's prohibitory orders on film 'Vishwaroopam'. As a result, theatres cannot screen the film anywhere in Tamil Nadu.
Earlier in the day, Kamal Haasan said he is ready to cut a few scenes from his movie 'Vishwaroopam'.
"My Muslim ... Read More
Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde backs Kamal Haasan and Vishwaroopam
Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde backs Kamal Haasan and Vishwaroopam
New Delhi: The Centre today came out in support of film star Kamal Haasan, who is facing problems in releasing his mega budget film 'Vishwaroopam', saying everyone in the country enjoys the freedom of expression and artists have full liberty to continue their choice of work.
"We are a free society. There is freedom of expression. There is liberty for artists. We have a Constitution," Home Minister ... Read More
Ban on Vishwaroopam unfair, says film fraternity
Filmmakers and actors took to Twitter to express their views about the ban on Vishwaroopam
The Tamil Nadu government's ban on actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan's movie Vishwaroopam, following objections from Muslim organisations, has left industry members like Prakash Raj and Madhur Bhandarkar upset and angry.
The movie was slated for release on Friday. However, it has now been stalled for 15 days in Tamil Nadu after representatives of some Muslim organisations met the state home secretary and submitted ... Read More
Muslim organisations demand ban on 'Vishwaroopam'
Various Muslim organisations demanded a ban on the screening of actor-producer Kamal Haasan's 'Vishwaroopam', saying "it will affect social harmony" in Chennai.
M H Jawahirullah, MLA and President, Tamil Nadu Muslim Munnetra Kazhagam, said representatives of various Muslim organisations met the City Police Commissioner S George demanding that the screening of the movie be banned.
"The screening of the movie will affect social harmony in the state. We plan to meet the Home Secretary, besides moving ... Read More
Malayalam film industry makes an impressive turn around
Thiruvananthapuram: Malayalam film industry made a turnaround in 2012 with an annual investment of about Rs 350 crore and release of 128 movies in contrast to sequential flops and losses that crippled the industry in the last few years.
What is more significant, according to industry players, is this is the first time the industry crossed the triple century mark in terms of annual investment after stagnating around Rs 200-250 crore in previous years.
The release of ... Read More
10 sequels to release this year
It's pouring sequels in Bollywood's backyard. In a bid to cash in on franchises that have brought in box office numbers, production houses continue to play the sequel game.
Picture this: Salman Khan's Dabangg 2 did better business than the first part; Shah Rukh Khan's Don 2 managed an improvement in numbers over its earlier version. Ajay Devgn's Golmaal 3 is a bigger hit than Golmaal and Golmaal Returns; Hrithik Roshan's Krrish grew in stature; Abhishek ... Read More
Sindhi community upset with Bejoy Nambiar’s David
Bejoy Nambiar's upcoming film, David, have got into trouble over the popular folk song "Dama dam mast kalandar."
The song used in the movie has been opposed to by the Sindhi Community. They have complained against the song and requested the makers, Reliance Entertainment and Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) to take the song off air, as it send out a wrong message, the way it is portrayed.
The song was originally written by poet ... Read More
Rushdie coming to India to promote 'Midnight's Children'
New Delhi, Jan 18 (IANS) Controversial author Salman Rushdie is set to visit India on a promotional tour for Deepa Mehta's "Midnight's Children", based on his Booker Prize-winning novel of the same name. He says "it's a great feeling".
The promotional activity will take place Jan 24, at books and music retail store Landmark at a south Delhi mall.
"It's a great feeling to be visiting Landmark and talking about my book, 'Midnight's Children', which has ... Read More
2013 Upcoming Bollywood films
With the start of a fresh year, movie buffs can expect new films and concept to overwhelm them. There are going to be a train of sequels that will be releasing this year. New onscreen couples and novel stories too will floor the audiences this time around. Let us jot down some of these films that have grabbed the attention of the audiences since their inception.
Matru Ki Bijli Ka Mandola- This film will be featuring ... Read More