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1947 Earth, Mangal Pandey: The Rising or Taare Zameen Par – which was Aamir Khan’s most unconventional role?
Mr Perfectionist has been spotted doing roles that didn’t conform to his signature image of a chocolate boy. What were they? And which one is your favourite?
Aamir Khan, who was born on March 14, 1965, gained popularity as the chocolate boy of B-town. Click here to read more
Will Urmila Matondkar get a super-thrilling film?
The Rangeela babe, who is wearing the hat of a judge for Zee Marathi’s Dance Maharashtra Dance, is looking for an exciting project to make a comeback
We cornered Urmila Matondkar on the sets of Zee Marathi’s dance reality show Dance Maharashtra Dance. The 38-year-old star has been missing from the big screen lately, but she’s making her sizzling presence felt on the small screen. Click here to read more
Rekha turns into a nagging diva for a chocolate advertisement!
The yesteryear superstar returns to the small screen with her latest commercial that also features Urmila Matondkar. While the Khoobsurat actor is seen showcasing her dramatic side, the Rangeela babe throws her starry attitude!
We got a sweet surprise when we saw Rekha, after a long time, in a refreshingly different avatar. The mega-star is seen endorsing the famous chocolate brand Snickers, in this new advertisement. Click here to read more
Ram Gopal Varma: I would love to interact with a ghost
From being the messiah of newcomers to being a man at the mercy of the Bachchans, Ram Gopal Varma’s fall from grace has been drastic and sudden. But no criticism or backlash can break the maverick filmmaker’s spirit. He strikes back – again – with a boo!
Ram Gopal Varma‘s next horror film – Bhoot Returns, in 3D releases today. We caught up with the filmmaker to get him talking about his new film, and just when we thought it would be a serious affair Click here to read more
Did Nathalia Kaur break Ram Gopal Varma’s heart?
Guess she did, and hence lost the chance of being cast in RGV’s next. But will that turn out to be a boon for this filmmaker?
Ram Gopal Varma rose to fame with movies like Rangeela (1995), Daud (1997), Satya (1998), Mast (1999), Jungle (2000) and Bhoot (2003), which he had made with his then muse Urmila Matondkar. But after the two separated, Ramu’s career took a turn for the worse. Tch tch! Click here to read more
Not A Love Story: Is Ram Gopal Varma trying too hard?
RGV releases a new promo song of his film Not a Love Story titled: Rangeela – Erotic Version
The maverick filmmaker’s latest is up for release this week and it seems like he is leaving no stone unturned to make it talked about. And if the shocking theatrical promo was not enough, the director has just released an erotic version of the Rangeela song from the film to woo the crowds. Click here to read more
Urmila Matondkar: long time no see!The babe was recently spotted at the India International Jewellery Week 2012. And it seems like a decade since we last saw her making a public appearance
Posing for the paparazzi and greeting the media with a warm smile, Urmila Matondkar was seen in a gorgeous Anita Dongre creation a few days ago. Holding a Chanel clutch and strutting around in clunky heels, Ms Matondkar seemed to be in a very pleasant mood. Click here to read more
Ram Gopal Varma loses it big time
The Department director tries to diss critics, but fails
Poor Ramu. The normally blasé director (for want of a better word) has been stung to the quick with the treatment meted out to his latest disaster Department. He has issued an open letter titled ‘I Love You Too’, rebutting his critics. Cineswami has decided to issue a point-by-point response. Click here to read more
Is Anil Kapoor angry with Aamir Khan?
The ‘item boy’ seems to have angered his senior colleague by spoofing his (well-known) hairy chest
Manoj Kumar is still mad at Shahrukh Khan and Farah Khan for making fun of him in Om Shanti Om. And now it’s Aamir Khan who is taking the risk of angering some of B-town’s best actors. Click here to read more
DEPARTMENT movie review: Watching this torture should be declared a crime
Ram Gopal Varma is turning into a serial offender. Lately, every film that he has directed has been unwatchable and it’s only getting worse with each passing moment
It has been a while since Ram Gopal Varma, a filmmaker who earned the respect of his fans by making films like Satya, Rangeela and Company, made a decent film. When was the last time you watched an RGV film and come out even half-impressed? Don’t remember? Click here to read more
Why does everybody hate Ram Gopal Varma?
The Department director has not just faced the ire of reviewers, but has now also been snubbed by his lead actor Sunjay Dutt and producer Dharam Uberoi
Ram Gopal Varma has always been known for breaking rules, ever since he made his debut in Bollywood with the Nagarjuna-starrer Shiva. With his latest, Department, he not only broke all the rules of conventional wisdom and filmmaking, he also broke whatever little trust his diehard fans had. Click here to read more
Nathalia Kaur’s item song is the best: Ram Gopal Varma
The filmmaker says Dan dan is the best item song of his career, even better than Rangeela and Khallas
Ram Gopal Varma is all for item songs. The filmmaker says the item number Dan dan cheeni from his upcoming film Department is his best offering in the genre ever. “Over the years, since Company, I have not been giving enough focus on the songs because I am doing very different kind of films. After Rangeela and Khallas songs, I think Dan dan is the best item song [Watch song]. I think this is the best item song of my career,” said Varma. Dan dan features Indo-Brazilian model Nathalia Kaur. Click here to read more
Adil Hussain: Saif Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor were very accommodating!
After having done bit roles in Vishal Bhardwaj’s Kaminey and Abhishek Chaubey’s Ishqiya, he will be seen as ‘Colonel’ in Sriram Raghavan’s Agent Vinod
From a theater background in Delhi and with Ang Lee’s Life of Pi, English Vinglish and Bombay’s Most Wanted on his resume, the talented actor has just got his first big break in a Bollywood commercial film. He speaks about how art can be a product and more… Click here to read more
Ram Gopal Varma: 26/11 attack film, the greatest challenge of my career
Three years after making his controversial presence at Mumbai’s Taj Mahal hotel in the aftermath of 26/11 attack, Ram Gopal Varma starts shooting the film based on the tragic incident. But the director still gives the unconvincing ‘I happened to be there’ explanation
Remember Ram Gopal Varma walking through the charred section of the Taj Mahal hotel in Mumbai post the 26/11 attacks? He was accompanied with the then chief minister Vilasrao Deshmukh and his actor son Riteish Deshmukh. The incident led to a big uproar and questions were asked about RGV’s insensitive recce business to make a film based on the tragic incident, especially when the city was burning. Now, three years later, the Sarkar director is all set to make the film about the ghastly attack. Click here to read more
Urmila Matondkar: Celluloid will always be my first love
One of the finest talents in Bollywood and a rare combination of expressiveness and sensuality, Urmila Matondakar seems to have vanished from the big screen lately. She talks about television, films, marriage and various issues filling her mind…
After travelling for close to three hours we reached the sprawling ND studio in Karjat, on the outskirts of Mumbai, where Urmila Matondkar is shooting Marathi Paul Padhte Pudhe, a reality show on Zee Marathi. Hardly did we catch our collective breath that we lost it again – Urmila arrived on the set. Her gaze serious, countenance stern with no hint of smile on her charming face, the 37-year-old settles quickly down to a chat. Click here to read more