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Apna Bombay Talkies song: Shahrukh Khan, Aamir Khan, Akshay Kumar, Madhuri Dixit among a medley of stars celebrating Indian cinema!
A whole galaxy of stars from Madhuri Dixit to Ranveer Singh come together to light up the up the screen in the song that celebrates 100 years of Indian cinema
Medleys have always attracted filmmakers. From Farah Khan’s Om shanti om number to Sajid Khan’s Heyy Babyy track, many a director has tried to include as many celebrity faces as possible in 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
Bombay Talkies is Amul’s latest inspiration!
This delicious Amul campaign had Karan Johar hooked!
Created by four incredibly talented filmmakers of B-town, Bombay Talkies is a masterpiece of four unique stories. Karan Johar, Dibakar Banerjee, Zoya Akhtar and Anurag Kashyap came together to create this wonderful cinematic venture, which has received rave reviews from critics and even has the audiences going gaga over it. Click here to read more
Veteran Bollywood actor Dulari passes away at 86
The Deewar actor was found dead at an old-age home in Pune in January this year
Veteran Bollywood actor Dulari passed away in January 2013 due to Alzheimer’s disease. She was 86. Sadly, not many are aware of her contribution to Hindi cinema. Her film career started with a small role in Bombay Talkies’ Hamari Baat (1943). She played prominent roles in 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
Bombay Talkies movie review: A heartwarming ode to Indian cinema
This compilation of four stories delves into the magic and influence of cinema with subtlety and beauty
Karan Johar, Zoya Akhtar, Dibakar Banerjee and Anurag Kashyap – four directors with different sensibilities come together to commemorate 100 years of Indian cinema with Bombay Talkies. They weave four stories that revolve around the impact of Indian cinema on the lives of people. Each story has its own flavour and style, but the vision of each of the directors seems to match at some level, making them parts of the whole. Amit Trivedi’s music blends with the theme of each of the stories. Click here to read more
Want Sonam Kapoor’s crop top look?
The babe was spotted at a couple of events recently sporting casual cropped-short tops. Now that casual chic avatar we totally approve of!
Sonam Kapoor has been taking it super easy style-wise these days. In the last two events we spotted her at she was at her casual best, debunking notions that Ms K is only meant for the la-di-da prim and proper couture style. Click here to read more
Indian cinema comes late to its own centenary party
Was Dadasaheb Phalke the first one to make a film in India, or was it Dadasaheb Torne?
It is a well known fact that Indian cinema is a late developer. We adopt cinematic trends or rather ape them from the West, years after the fact. With the honourable exception of Satyajit Ray, it took us years to realise that we need to delve into our own rich culture and heritage to make films that are universal. Today, May 3rd is historic because it marks 100 years to the day that Dadasaheb Phalke’s Raja Harishchandra released and therefore, today is Indian cinema’s centenary. Right? WRONG? Click here to read more
Karan Johar: Bombay Talkies is about the grey area a couple has to walk in life!
Karan Johar reveals in a recent interview that his next film Bombay Talkies is a step ahead of Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna
“I actually liked the story which is about the grey area the couple has to walk in life. Most relationships go through that grey patch. But I have always been intrigued with the fact that it is only in a marital relationship you come out with deceit, betrayals and lies. Click here to read more
Bombay Talkies: Anurag Kashyap denies plagiarism claims
A certain Nishant G Ranjan claims that Anurag Kashyap has copied his story; Kashyap denies the allegations vehemently
Even before it hitting the screens to celebrate 100 years of Indian cinema, Bombay Talkies-the compilation of four different stories directed by a club of talented filmmakers of B-town comprising Karan Johar, Zoya Akhtar, Dibakar Banerjee and Anurag Kashyap– has found itself in a controversy. Click here to read more
Bombay Talkies gets a thumbs up from Bollywood!
The film, helmed by Zoya Akhtar, Karan Johar, Anurag Kashyap and Dibakar Banerjee, releases on May 3 in India
Actor Konkana Sen Sharma couldn’t stop her tears when she watched Bombay Talkies, while for Riteish Deshmukh it was a “wonderful cinematic experience”. The film gets the thumbs up from the film fraternity who feel that it is a must watch. Click here to read more
Savita Bhabhi, Kamastura 3D: An erotic centenary for Indian cinema
Cineswami tells us more about Savita Bhabhi The Movie, the animated porn film that releases in the 100th year of Indian cinema
The ongoing celebrations in Delhi for the centenary of Indian cinema will conclude on May 3 with the presentation of the National Film Awards. May 3 is significant of course because that’s the day, exactly 100 years ago, when Dhundiraj Govind Phalke’s Raja Harishchandra, India’s first feature length film, released. May 3 will also see the release of portmanteau film Bombay Talkies, Click here to read more
Aamir Khan: I wish Salman Khan was part of Bombay Talkies!
As the Dhoom:3 star celebrated his 25th year in Bollywood yesterday, he nostalgically shared memories of his growth – from a nobody to the Perfectionist star – with the media at Dadasaheb Phalke Chitranagari, or Film City
There’s something special about Aamir Khan – something that has allowed him to stay in the movie business for 25 years now. But it wasn’t always so; famous filmmaker Tahir Hussain’s son wasn’t blessed with Click here to read more
Ugly first look poster: Anurag Kashyap’s kidnap drama looks intenseThe official poster of Anurag’s next film, which has been selected for Directors’ Fortnight – an independent section held in parallel to the Cannes Film Festival – is out
Anurag Kashyap Interview: I used to stand outside Amitabh Bachchan’s bungalow!
The Bombay Talkies director talks about being a crazy Big B fan, preserving movies and the Cannes International Film Festival
Anurag Kashyap has come a long way from struggling and sleeping on street corners to being included in the league of directors who have contributed hugely to the evolution of Indian cinema. Today the filmmaker is so Click here to read more