Home / Bollywood


‘Drishyam’ rare film that gets collections, respect: Ajay ( viewed 239,684 times )


Mumbai, Aug 4 :  Actor Ajay Devgn, whose latest release “Drishyam” managed to mint an opening weekend collection of Rs.30.03 crore, says it is a “rare film that gets you collections and also respect as an actor”. “Very satisfied with the response that Drishyam is getting, one of the rare films that gets you collections as well as respect as an ... Read More »

Irrfan Khan spoofs party numbers in AIB video ( viewed 239,335 times )

irfan khan

Mumbai :  Popular Indian actor Irrfan Khan, known for his intense performances, has showcased his quirky side in a new video for standup comedy group All India Bakchod (AIB). He features in a a parody of rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh’s “Party all night” by taking a dig at all party numbers featured in Bollywood films. Irrfan, who has delivered power-packed ... Read More »

Never felt the gap: Aishwarya on Bollywood comeback ( viewed 239,607 times )


New Delhi : Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is making her comeback in movies after five years with Sanjay Gupta’s “Jazbaa”, but the actress says she never felt the gap while working in the film because of the wonderful cast. “You will see it (me) more often now,” said the actress when asked about her reason of not doing films for so long. ... Read More »

‘Jazbaa’ is in trailer phase: Director ( viewed 239,748 times )

Mumbai, Aug 1 :  Filmmaker Sanjay Gupta says he is now preparing the theatrical trailer for his directorial “Jazbaa”, which will mark the comeback of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan after five years. Gupta posted on micro-blogging website Twitter: “Now JAZBAA is in the trailer phase. The teaser is ready and we are working on the theatrical. It is as exciting as my ... Read More »

Only weak actors scared of being typecast: Gulshan Grover ( viewed 239,248 times )

gulshan grover

Mumbai : Typecast as a villain, actor Gulshan Grover earned the name “Bad Man” for numerous villainous roles in the 1980s and 1990s but was never worried about being slotted as he was courageous, unlike other “weak actors”. “People are frightened to be typecast. I, in fact created the typecast. It is the weaker actors who are scared of being typecast. If ... Read More »

Ajay Devgn meets Akhilesh, lauds UP’s film policy ( viewed 1,243 times )


Lucknow :  Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn, actress Shriya Saran and film producer Kumar Mangat on Friday met Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and appreciated the state’s film policy, an official said. The cast of Bollywood film “Drishyam”, which was released nationwide on Friday, said the state government was doing good work to promote film production related activities in the Uttar ... Read More »

Manisha, Divya play sisters but rivals in ‘Chehere’ ( viewed 1,034 times )


Mumbai :  “Chehere” is likely to be actress Manisha Koirala’s first release almost three years after “Bhoot Returns” and in it, she and Divya Dutta play sisters who also compete with each other as actors. “There are two sisters, played by me and Manisha Koirala and there is rivalry between them which directs the plot of the film in a palace,” ... Read More »

Late actor Bhagwan Dada’s biopic to go on floors soon ( viewed 980 times )


New Delhi :  After a prolonged legal tussle, “Ek Albela”, a Marathi film which will unfold the life of late actor-director Bhagwan Dada on the silver screen, will go on the floors on August 5. The film will be a tribute to the cinema legend for his contribution to the film industry. Being produced by Kimaya Motion Pictures, the film will ... Read More »

Pakistani woman does a Bajrangi Bhaijan, arrested ( viewed 880 times )


Chandigarh :  In a case of life imitating art, a young Pakistani woman crossed the border into India without valid travel documents – a la Salman Khan in Bollywood blockbuster ‘Bajrangi Bhaijan’, albeit in the reverse direction – and landed in police custody on Friday. Claiming to be from Karachi city in Pakistan, Chanda Khan alias Fauzia, 27, told police officials ... Read More »

‘Tum mujhe yun bhula na paoge…’: Melodious memories of Rafi ( viewed 730 times )


His first notable performance was singing in the chorus as the legendary K.L Saigal warbled “Mere Sapnon ki Rani” (“Shahjehan”), but Mohammad Rafi soon himself became Bollywood’s most recognised playback singer. Blessed with an amazing versatility in bringing to life everything from soulful ghazals to exuberant qawwalis to heartfelt bhajans to romantic songs – both understated and jaunty, laments on ... Read More »

Powered By Indic IME