Baahubali VFX breakdown: Get ready to be STUNNED by how the world of Baahubali was created using VFX!
If you loved the visuals in SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus, you are just going to be blown away by witnessing how VFX has created the world of Baahubali
They said that Indian films can never match the high standards of special effects and graphics set by Hollywood. And then came Baahubali. SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus not only proved to be a winner at box office, but many consider it as India’s answer to 300 and Game of Thrones. Click here to read more
This perfectly synced Baahubali-Avatar mashup will make your day – watch video!
With just over three weeks left for the release of Baahubali: The Beginning, the fan frenzy surrounding the film can be gauged by this brilliant mashup video
SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus Baahubali has managed to capture the imagination of the nation with its splendid trailer. Though, the buzz around the film has just started to peal, ardent fans have been tracking the film for nearly three years. Click here to read more
Is Baahubali India’s answer to 300, Game of Thrones and Lord of the Rings? – view pics!
These pictures of SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus will prove that Indian films are finally catching up to the high standards of graphics set by Hollywood
Over the years numerous filmmakers have tried their hands on pulling off high end graphics in Indian films, and do I even need to say that the result was always not up to the high standards set by Hollywood films. While Indian directors and producers point out the understandable vast gap of budget allocation between an Indian and Hollywood film, one filmmaker has proved that it is possible to achieve the look and feel of a high end Hollywood film in Indian cinema. Now that is something unheard of. Click here to read more
Rudhramadevi trailer: Anushka Shetty, Allu Arujun’s historical film makes Rajinikanth’s Kochadaiiyaan look like Avatar
After waiting for so long, I can’t believe this is what I get in the name of period film
A period film is not an easy film to make. With the amount of time and money spent to make the sets, the costumes and the look of the film authentic, historical films usually tend to be made on a very high budget. Usually Indian filmmakers try to steer clear of this genre, and after watching Anushka Shetty-Allu Arjun-Rana Daggubati’s Rudhramadevi trailer, I know why! Touted to be one of the most awaited films of the year, and often compared with SS Rajamouli’s Baahubali, Rudhramadevi seems like an assault on my visual senses. Click here to read more
Director Shankar: Vikram’s hunchback avatar in I is not inspired from 300!
The Robot director opens up about one of Vikram’s characters in the upcoming magnum opus…
Southern superstar Vikram has donned various looks for his upcoming film I, and the most talked among them is his beast avatar and the hunchback one. While Vikram cleared the airs about the beast avatar being only there for a song, the hunchback avatar seems to be there throughout the movie. Now speculations were rife that the hunchback avatar was inspired from the Hollywood flick 300, Click here to read more
Badlapur new poster: After Leonardo DiCaprio, did Varun Dhawan copy Gerard Butler!
We found striking resemblances between his upcoming film’s teaser poster with Leo’s film and now his new poster too doesn’t look entirely original!
Varun Dhawan’s new movie Badlapur‘s latest poster is out. Click here to read more
300: Rise of an Empire movie review: A mediocre vengeance drama!
Driven by vengeance, the drama in the 300: Rise of an Empire runs concurrently to the original 300 but from a different perspective, the naval warfare
300: Rise of an Empire stars Sullivan Stapleton, Eva Green, Lena Headey, Hans Matheson, Callan Mulvey, Rodrigo Santoro, Jack O’Connell, Andrew Tiernan, Igal Naor and Andrew Pleavin, directed by Noam Murro fails to create the magic that 300 did. Wonder how many viewers would be interested in another version of the oft repeated history of ancient Greece? It’s the story of how the Persian King Xerxes, with over 1,000 ships in his fleet, could have easily conquered the divided Greeks in Circa 480 BC. Click here to read more
Kamasutra 3D trailer: Why is Sherlyn Chopra licking a tree?
Sex is waiting for its time – steamy scenes are sidelined in this much-touted erotic drama. The trailer is an interesting blend of Pirates of Caribbean, 300 and Spartacus. But sadly, half-naked men are given more footage than the Chopra babe in this trailer. No wonder then that Sherlyn licks a tree branch… in desperation, we presume. Take a look!
All of you who were waiting for Sherlyn Chopra’s Kamasutra 3D trailer – for obvious reasons – may be slightly disappointed with the visuals you are about to see here. While the good thing is that the movie looks aesthetically shot, the much desired sex-quotient is very low…which could be the bad thing, depending on your point of view, of course. Click here to read more
Gerard Butler birthday special: 5 reasons why we love the blue-eyed actor!
The Scottish actor has made it big in Hollywood and how! As he turns a year older today we list five reasons on why we are totally smitten by this lad….
Born on November 13, 1969, Gerard Butler turns 44 today but does it really matter? Coz he is still looks smoking hot and every time his blue eyes catch your attention, they pierce your heart, no? Click here to read more
Michael Fassbender does not consider himself handsome
The German-Irish actor says he never thought of himself as a good looking man.
The 36 year old actor, who has worked in movies like 300, Fish Tank, Jane Eyre, A Dangerous Method, Shame, Inglourious Basterds, X-Men: First Class and Prometheus dealt with acne during his teens, reported a magazine. Click here to read more
John Abraham to work with Sylvester Stallone and Gerard Butler?
Sly Stallone’s action trainer JJ Perry was impressed with John’s look in Force and has offered him a film
Nowadays, Bollywood seems to rock in Hollywood as well. The people from Hollywood are said to be very impressed with our B-town stars and approaching them to work in LA. Bollywood has a history of people who have worked in Hollywood from the time of black and white cinema. Recently, quite a few big names have been added to the list like Amitabh Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai, Anil Kapoor, Irrfan Khan, Mallika Sherawat, etc. Now probably, one more name can be added there, and that name is John Abraham. Click here to read more