comscore

6 Bollywood actresses who swear by Pilates

6 Bollywood actresses who swear by Pilates
read more! >>

from the

movies

Read Review
Read Review
Read Review
Read Review
Read Review

18th Annual Colors Screen Awards News

  • | January 20th, 2012

    Did ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’ deserve the best film award?

    Did ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’ deserve the best film award?

    As Sanjay Gupta and Kunal Kohli’s war of words continues, Zoya Akhtar’s road film is dragged into an unnecessary controversy over winning the Best Picture trophy at the recently held Screen Awards
    Bollywood award ceremonies are no longer taken as seriously as they used to be taken a few years ago, but this time around things have become messier than expected. The entire team of Zoya Akhtar’s Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, except for Katrina Kaif boycotted the Colors Screen Award after it was made known that ZNMD would have to share the Best Picture trophy with Milan Luthria’s The Dirty Picture. Click here to read more

  • | January 6th, 2012

    ‘Delhi Belly’ leads Screen Award nominations

    ‘Delhi Belly’ leads Screen Award nominations

    Bollywood’s small fry Delhi Belly has bagged the maximum nominations for the 18th Annual Colors Screen Awards. The Imran Khan-starrer has picked 19 nominations, while small-budget film Shaitan follows with 15 nods. Delhi Belly, which became a winner thanks to its bold and quirky dialogues, has been nominated in categories like best film, best director (Abhinay Deo), best actor in a supporting role – male (Kunal Roy Kapur), best actor in a supporting role – female (Poorna Jagannathan), best actor in a comic role (Kunal Roy Kapur and Vijay Raaz), best ensemble cast, most promising newcomer – female (Poorna Jagannathan). The movie has also been nominated for the best background score (Ram Sampat), best music (Ram Sampat), best screenplay (Akshat Verma), best story (Akshat Verma), best editing (Hufeza Lokhandwala), best dialogue (Akshat Verma), best cinematography (Jason West), best sound design (Vinod Subramaniam and Dwarak Warrier), best production design (Shashank Tere) and best choreography (I hate you – Farah Khan). Click here to read more