Cannes 2013 video: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan says a gracious thank you!
The Former Miss World was seen having a gala time on the red carpet and she expressed her appreciation for all the positivity in her usual gracious way
Bombay Talkies directors dance video: Karan Johar, Zoya Akhtar, Anurag Kashyap and Dibakar Banerjee shake a leg to celebrate their movie…or do they?
After receiving critical acclaim for their collaborative endeavour Bombay Talkies, the four directors – more precisely, their lookalike elves – do a funny dance to celebrate. Take a look!
We might have loved Bombay Talkies – a one of its kind cinematic creation that brought four well known directors under one umbrella to celebrate 100 years of Indian cinema. Click here to read more
Cannes 2013: Why did Vidya Balan get emotional after watching Amitabh Bachchan?
The Ghanchakkar actor who is at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival as a special jury member could not control her emotions and choked after watching Amitabh Bachchan speak in Hindi
Vidya Balan is a huge Amitabh Bachchan fan. Even after playing the mother of the legendary actor in R Balki’s 2009 film Paa, Vidya continues to get butterflies in her stomach at the very mention of Big B. Click here to read more
Amitabh Bachchan and Leonardo DiCaprio open 66th Cannes Film Festival: Watch video
Big B and the Titanic dude set the ball of the Cannes film festival rolling
The 66th Cannes International Film Festival opened with French actor Audrey Tautou inviting The Great Gatsby actors Leonardo DiCaprio and Amitabh Bachchan to come on stage, as the crowd greeted the superstars with a great round of applause. Click here to read more
Amitabh Bachchan: It’s the proudest moment for me to be acknowledged at Cannes
The Bollywood legend addressed the gathering at the Cannes Film Festival in Hindi to commemorate 100 years of Indian cinema
It was a “historic moment” for Amitabh Bachchan to be invited to open the 66th Cannes International Film Festival with his The Great Gatsby co-star Leonardo DiCaprio. Big B made the experience more special by addressing the audience in his mother tongue Hindi. Click here to read more
Akshay Kumar’s Marathi film Anntar starring Tanisha Mukherjee begins shoot in UK
The movie also stars Sumeet Raghavan and Manasi Salvi and has music by Apeksha Dandekar
Akshay Kumar’s foray into Indian regional cinema commenced in full swing with the Marathi film Anntar, starring Tanisha Mukherjee (Kajol’s sister) and actor-singer Sumeet Raghavan in the lead. The film, earlier titled Adhantari, began its London schedule on May 3, a day when Indian cinema celebrated 100 years of its journey. Click here to read more
Whistling Woods to celebrate 100 years of Indian cinema with the screening of Bombay Talkies, Sholay 3D and Raja Harishchandra
The alumni of Subhash Ghai’s acting institute are all set to host a two-day film festival to earmark the centenary celebrations of Indian cinema including special screenings of Sholay 3D and Bombay Talkies, along with workshops, panel discussions and much more
The unique annual initiative of Whistling Woods International (WWI) is poised to get bigger and better. This year, instead of looking back at the glorious past, WWI looks ahead at the golden future of Indian cinema Click here to read more
Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge voted most favourite Bollywood movie ever!
The iconic SRK-Kajol starrer emerges as the most popular Bollywood film of all time in a poll conducted by a UK based company
Deciding which Hindi film is the best ever is a tough job, given the 100 years of legacy of Indian cinema and the lakhs of films it has produced till date. However, a UK-based Click here to read more
Shootout At Wadala races past Bombay Talkies at the box office in the opening weekend
John Abraham’s action fest has raked in Rs 25.5 crores, while Bombay Talkies has earned just Rs 3.75 crores at the BO
Overall, it has been a good weekend for Bollywood, and a pleasant one especially for the makers and actors of Shootout At Wadala. Sanjay Gupta’s full-on action entertainer starring John Abraham had a dumdaar opening Click here to read more
Why is the touring talkie in Maharasthra dying?
The concept of the watching movies in a tent no longer appeals to audiences in the drought-ridden state’s villages…they prefer cable TV or DVDs at home!
Marathi film Touring Talkies (directed by Gajendra Ahire) has been in the news lately, and it brings back into focus the business of travelling theatres. Still running in rural India in spite of the penetration of cable TV, DVDs and the Internet – in some places – the concept of watching films in a mobile theatre is dying a slow death every day. Click here to read more