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Randeep Hooda kisses a man again: see pic as proof!
After kissing Saqib Saleem in Bombay Talkies, the actor has now locked lips with co-star Sikander in John Day
After locking lips with a man in Bombay Talkies (with co-star Saqib Saleem), Randeep has done it again. This time in John Day! While there’s no kiss between him and leading lady Elena Kazan in the film, there is a lip-lock with his male co-star Sikander. Click here to read more
Amole Gupte casts Saqib Saleem in Hawaa Hawaai
The film, to be produced by Fox Star Studios, also stars Gupte’s son Partho who made his debut with Stanley Ka Dabba
Writer-director Amole Gupte had promised to make another ‘heartwarming’ film after his gem Stanley Ka Dabba. The details of the movie, to be produced by Fox Star Studios, are out now!
Titled Hawaa Hawaai, the film is about ‘dreamers’, Click here to read more
Irrfan Khan rocks London!
Cineswami gives us all the dope from the recently concluded 4th London Indian Film Festival
The fact that Irrfan Khan is one of Indian cinema’s most recognised faces abroad was underlined by the fact that he was mobbed wherever he went in London as part of the 4th London Indian Film Festival. Fans of all nationalities, whether British, German Click here to read more
Huma Qureshi, happy birthday!
The D-day babe celebrates her birthday number 27 today
Born on 28 July 1986, Huma Qureshi is one of the finest performers Bollywood has seen in the recent times. Huma’s father Saleem Qureshi is a restaurateur who owns a chain of restaurants by the name Saleem’s in New Delhi. Click here to read more
London Indian Film Festival 2013: Irrfan Khan and Preeya Kalidas on the red carpet
The renowned fest, showcasing Indian independent films, began on July 18 and is receiving a fantastic response this year
Acclaimed actor Irrfan Khan, known as India’s import to Hollywood, was the guest of honour at the London Indian Film Festival 2013 opening night on July 18. Other guests seen with the Life of Pi star were Preeya Kalidas, Ferena Wazeir (aka Feryna Wazheir) and Asif Kapadia. Wazeir, in fact, is the brand ambassador of the LIFF. The event that celebrates Indian indie films is in its fourth year now. Click here to read more
London Indian Film Festival 2013: Monsoon Shootout, Bombay Talkies, B.A. Pass to be screened
Cineswami gives us all the dope on the London Indian Film Festival 2013
Like a newborn baby who grows up faster than you can say puberty, the London Indian Film Festival (LIFF, July 18-25) is already turning four. In keeping with its practice of opening with edgy yet high profile films, with openers of the past three years being LSD: Love, Sex Aur Dhokha, Delhi Belly and Gangs of Wasseypur, this year the festival opens with Amit Kumar’s Cannes selection Monsoon Shootout – Click here to read more
Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif to perform together in Chicago!
The ex-lovers are gearing up to shake a leg for the show titled – 100 Years of Indian Cinema Concert and Awards which will be a three-day affair
Though Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif broke off quite some time ago (for reasons best known to them) and are not really known to be the best of friends, the Ek Tha Tiger co-stars never let their personal affairs come in the way of their professional commitments. We hear Sallu and Kat will join hands to Click here to read more
Anurag Kashyap: Short films lead to feature films
The Gangs of Wasseypur director talks about his latest venture, Shorts, and how these kind of films help aspiring filmmakers
Anurag Kashyap, who directed a short film for Bombay Talkies, has woven together five short stories in Shorts, releasing on July 12. The filmmaker believes that short films are like a gateway to the bigger movies. Click here to read more
Shorts teaser: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Huma Qureshi and Richa Chadda in this hatke looking story!
Here’s a teaser of Anurag Kashyap’s next production that’s being helmed by five directors
This year four fine directors of B-town – Karan Johar, Zoya Akhtar, Dibakar Banerjee and Anurag Kashyap came together under one roof to make a film called Bombay Talkies to celebrate 100 years of Indian cinema. Click here to read more
Bombay Talkies: What is Zoya Akhtar’s story all about?
The short story about a school boy’s obsession with Katrina Kaif in Bombay Talkies is inspired by a real life incident
Zoya Akhtar has taken real life inspiration to reel life in Bombay Talkies which is about an innocent school boy who aspires to be a film star like Katrina Kaif Click here to read more
Anurag Kashyap puts on his shorts
Cineswami talks about the Gangs of Wasseypur director’s short films initiative with Viacom18
Sadly, we mean the film variety and not half pants. Short films in India are more usually than not given short shrift. At best they are seen as calling cards for emerging filmmakers who are out to prove that they can make feature length films. Vidhu Vinod Chopra made the shorts Murder at Monkey Hill and An Encounter with Faces with the latter going on to score an Oscar nomination. Anurag Kashyap made his debut with the 45-minute television short Last Train to Mahakali Click here to read more
Karisma Kapoor: I like to pick and choose what I do!
The actor who has worked in a fiction show on TV and judged reality shows, says she will return to the small screen, if she finds anything interesting
“Maybe I will do TV again. I like to pick and choose what I do. So maybe I will, if something interesting comes up,” said Karisma Kapoor. Click here to read more
Karan Johar: Bombay Talkies would have made my father proud!
On being asked what his father’s reaction would have been on the movie commemorating 100 years of Indian cinema, KJo said it would have made him damn proud
“The fact that I had even attempted to do something different would have made him proud. Click here to read more
Karan Johar birthday special: Will the candyfloss filmmaker go experimental?
After giving us emotionally-charged, melodramatic and over-the-top glossy films, the multifaceted filmmaker surprised us with his ‘realistic’ segment in Bombay Talkies a few weeks ago. Will Karan Johar take more risks with the subject matter of his future movies?
Born on May 25, 1972, filmmaker Karan Johar is supremely talented. From the glamorous movie biz to the lucrative television sphere to the world of fashion – you see KJo’s distinct presence everywhere. Click here to read more
Nawazuddin Siddiqui celebrates his 39th birthday at Cannes 2013
It was what Nawazuddin Siddiqui calls the most memorable birthday of his life
Nawazuddin Siddiqui celebrated his 39th birthday with friends like Anurag Kashyap, Madhu Mantena, Vikas Behl and Tannishtha Chatterjee at Cannes. But he had nothing special to wear. “What to do,” asked the brilliant actor, who has four films in various sections at the ongoing 66th Cannes International Film Festival. “I had no time to get myself any clothes. “Ek suit ghar pe padaa hua tha jo pehla pehna nahin tha. Bas wohi lekar aa gaya,” said Nawaz who turned a year older on Sunday.Click here to read more