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Will Rani Mukerji and Randeep Hooda make a hot couple?
Buzz is that the Aiyyaa actor has signed up to romance Randeep Hooda in KJo’s nextThe power packed actor-director duo has joined hands to impress film buffs all over again. News is that Karan Johar has completed writing one short film in which he wants to cast one of his favourite female actors, Rani Mukerji. The short film is Click here to read more
Salman Khan’s ‘One There Was Tiger’ looks promising
Here’s a look at some of the interesting titles of YRF’s larger-than-life films. These suddenly turn funny when they are translated into EnglishGrandeur, romance and drama – Yash Raj Films stands for that and much more. From Silsila to Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, YRF have given us enchanting movies that we remember. We dared to convert some titles of their memorable blockbuster films, only to see them getting lost in translation! Click here to read more
Kareena Kapoor says: I Am Crazy of Love!
Lengthy Hindi movie titles somehow lose their punch when translated into EnglishBollywood has never shied away from giving lengthy names to its movies. You can guess the entire story from the movie title! Take Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, for instance. You know it’s a romance, with some kind of opposition and there’s going to be a happy ending. Or Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak. You know it’s going to be a tragedy about doomed characters, perhaps about how one tragic occurrence results in another. But what if Mansoor Khan had named his movie From Tragedy to Tragedy? Much more straightforward, isn’t it? And loses all the mystery and sense of gloom pervading the Hindi title. The long titles do indeed lose a lot in translation; while some are hilarious others are just plain sad. We bring you our faves: Click here to read more
Ali Zafar’s LONDON PARIS NEW YORK trailer: Fresh cast makes it work!
Watch the trailer of the rom-com starring Ali Zafar and Aditi Rao, directed by Anu Menon (Lola Kutty)Romantic comedies are touted as the safest bets in Bollywood and debut director Anu Menon (better known as Lola Kutty of Channel [V] fame) has hit the sweet spot with her ‘inspired’ version of Hollywood flick, Before Sunrise. Fresh as it is, the trailer reminds us of the Saif Ali Khan-Rani Mukerji-starrer, Hum Tum. Click here to read more
Shahrukh Khan is ‘criminal’; Salman Khan is a ‘good boy’
The two rival Khans seem to have exchanged their onscreen imagesTill just a couple of years ago, a Shahrukh Khan film was the cleanest you could ever find. There would be no kissing, no hint of sex, women dressed decently and were never objectified, drinking alcohol was comic and never glorified. Things changed slowly – a lovemaking scene in Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna, smoking scenes in Don, a bit of sex talk in My Name Is Khan. Click here to read more
From Sexy Sam to Babban – the Big B ishtyle!
The flip side of being a celeb is that along with fans who adore you, you also have people who loathe certain things about youAmitabh Bachchan, for instance, may be an exalted soul with an enormous fan base, but there are detractors in some nooks and crannies of the world as well, who think that the actor tries too hard at his age to create a style statement that at times looks forced and garish. Click here to read more
Is Amitabh a good luck charm for Abhishek?
One look at Abhishek Bachchan’s career shows that during the tough times his lucky charm has indeed been Pa. Amitabh not only gave his son the first solo hit he had in Bunty Aur Babli, but every time father and son did a film together, wonders happened at the box-office. We don’t think Big B needs any charms, lucky or otherwise, but Abhi does his bit to stick by his Pa, too. Abhishek recently shot a promo with Amitabh for their home production Bbuddah Hoga Tera Baap. Not only do they boogie on camera, Jr B has accompanied Big B on the vocals as well. Unlike other father-son duos, the Bachchan men are extremely comfortable sharing screen space and, much to the dismay of their female counterparts, share a great chemistry.