Rajat Kapoor: Masala films came in and my kind of cinema was pushed back
Bollywood potboilers Wanted and Dabangg minted over Rs.100 crore at the box-office. But from acclaimed actor-filmmaker Rajat Kapoor’s perspective, they impacted the growth of his “kind of cinema”, which includes offbeat entertainers like Bheja Fry and Mithya
In the past decade, he has directed just five films - Raghu Romeo, Mixed Doubles, Mithya, Fatso! and the forthcoming Ankhon Dekhi. Rajat Kapoor has no regrets. “It is very difficult to get producers, but I’m happy about the fact that I made five films in the last 10 years. Click here to read more
Will Rajinikanth’s Kochadaiiyaan turn out to be a game changer for Indian films?
The unique film that has been under production for the last six years has used motion capture technology
Megastar Rajinikanth’s daughter Soundarya hopes her directorial debut vehicle Kochadaiiyaan to be a game-changer for Indian cinema at the international level. The veteran actor’s most talked about film, Click here to read more
Juhi Chawla’s brother Bobby Chawla passes away
Also known as Sanjeev Chawla, Juhi’s elder brother was in coma for four years
Juhi Chawla’s brother Bobby Chawla who was in coma passed away at Jaslok Hospital this morning. Bobby worked for Shahrukh Khan’s production house – Red Chillies as the CEO, and has been in coma since April 2010. Click here to read more
Who will benefit from Gulaab Gang – Madhuri Dixit or Juhi Chawla? Tarot predicts…
Leading ladies of the 90′s, Madhuri Dixit and Juhi Chawla come together for Gulaab Gang. Will it benefit their careers? Does it take them forward or does this film fall below expectations? How do their individual careers move from here? Tarot reader Shruti Chopra has a look at these two icons..
Gulaab Gang is a film with multiple ingredients – aggression, compassion, and some engaging give and take between the characters. But does it rake in money at the box office? Click here to read more
Anees Bazmee re-writing No Entry sequel for Bipasha Basu
Bipasha, whose role ended in No Entry will have a new role in the sequel of the film
Director Anees Bazmee is re-writing the script of a sequel to his 2005 hit comedy No Entry to fit in actor friend Bipasha Basu. Currently, Anees is working on Welcome Back, but he is rewriting certain portions to the script of No Entry Mein Entry. Click here to read more