Hunterrr actors Gulshan Devaiah and Radhika Apte to hold an open forum on the film!
The Anurag Kashyap produced film is getting great reviews from all quarters…
For the first time ever, a Bollywood film is holding an open forum where people can discuss the film in depth. Click here to read more
Hunterrr movie review: This Gulshan Devaiah-Radhika Apte-Sai Tamhankar film is the BEST comedy film to have come in ages!
Anurag Kashyap, Vikramaditya Motwane, Vikas Bahl and others have produced a gem-of-a-film with Harshavardhan Kulkarni’s direction. Read on the full movie review to find out why I say so…
You really don’t know what to expect when you are going to watch a film like Hunterrr. On one hand it has been made by one of the finest production houses in India, Phantom, and on the other you have a very low budget film with low key promotions and no big stars. So with a mixed bag of feelings I entered the theater. Just like me most of the other reporters were seen chit chatting with their neighbours asking as to what this film would be about. No one had the correct answer and that factor made everyone Click here to read more
Top 5 songs of the week: Mukhtasar tops the charts!
Check out the songs everybody is humming these days!
The Bollywood songs that have made it to the Top 5 this week are known for their melodious yet catchy tunes. What’s more, they have stayed put for a while on the charts, which shows that it’s difficult to stop humming them once you are hooked on to it. While the one song that is currently reigning the list is ‘Mukhtasar’ from Shahid Kapoor-Priyanka Chopra starrer, Teri Meri Kahani, the songs that follow are also known for their quality and controversies. Curious to know what made it to this coveted list? Click here to read more
GANGS OF WASSEYPUR song: Hunter
Watch the double entendre song from Anurag Kashyap’s Manoj Bajpayee-starrer gangster flick
Not that long ago there was outrage over the DK Bose song from Aamir Khan’s home production, Delhi Belly. This new groovy ditty from Anurag Kashyap’s Gangs of Wasseypur outdoes the cloaked vulgarity of DK Bose with its cheekiness. Click here to read more