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‘Paan Singh Tomar’ director announces ‘Valmiki Ki Bandook’ with Jimmy Shergill
It will be a film on the gun culture of UP, again shot in ChambalTigmanshu Dhulia, whose film Paan Singh Tomar has been received with rave reviews last weekend, has announced a new film, Valmiki Ki Bandook. The director has teamed up with Jimmy Shergill again for the film. A satire on Uttar Pradesh’s gun culture, the project will be shot in the Chambal Valley. Dhulia had directed Jimmy in Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster. But with Valmiki Ki Bandook, Dhulia is associated as the creative director, while his assistant Karan Bhutani will wield the megaphone. Click here to read more
Soha Ali Khan to be styled like Sharmila Tagore in new film
The actor’s look in Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 2 will be inspired from her mother’s look in the classic AnupamaThe Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster sequel has got more interesting – Soha Ali Khan joins the cast as Irrfan Khan’s tormented wife. Her role would borrow quite a lot from Anupama, in which her mother, Sharmila Tagore, was seen as a suppressed daughter. But as Soha points out enigmatically: “Nothing and no one is ever how they seem. I’m very excited about the role.” Click here to read more
Sunny Leone to romance Arunoday Singh and Randeep Hooda in ‘Jism 2’
Bigg Boss 5′s contestant, pornstar Sunny Leone will star with the two male hotties in Jism 2Adult movie star Sunny Leone will share screen space with two of B-town’s hottest men in her Bollywood debut. The Bigg Boss 5 contestant will act with Arunoday Singh and Randeep Hooda in Jism 2. Filmmaker Pooja Bhatt has confirmed this, saying, “Both characters have a very different kind of approach towards life. If Arunoday is light, Randeep is darkness. If Arunoday is measured attack, Randeep is a cryptic secret.” Click here to read more
Vidya Balan in ‘The Dirty Picture’: Will Bollywood have more ‘real women’ like her?
It’s naive to believe that the success of The Dirty Picture will radically enhance female clout in the Hindi film industryGame-changer. That’s the word I’ve heard most often with reference to the Ekta Kapoor-Milan Luthria-Vidya Balan juggernaut, The Dirty Picture, which steamrolled the box office, making over Rs 52 crore in week one. Incredibly, the film opened better than hero-led projects such as Singham and Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara. Vidya oozing sexuality 1980s-style got more first-day, first-show viewers than Hrithik Roshan’s chiselled many-pack abs. The Dirty Picture is a woman’s story. It has a superb lead actor, old-school dialogue-baazi, and, critically, no A-list male stars to prop up the narrative. Yet, it defied Bollywood naysayers and became one of the year’s biggest successes. Which has led many industry observers to ask: does the film pave the way for more women-centric stories? Is Bollywood going to create more fleshed-out female characters? Are we going to see more ‘real women’ and fewer assembly-line Barbie dolls? Click here to read more
Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster in line for a sequel?
Tigmanshu Dhulia finally has a hit to his credit with Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster. We heard that a sequel is in the offingIt has been a little more than a week since the release of Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster (SBG) and the film has been getting rave reviews and raking in the moolah at the BO. It was the debacle of the Shahid Kapoor-Sonam Kapoor-starrer Mausam at the BO that worked for Dhulia’s film. Click here to read more
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‘Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster’ director Tigmanshu Dhulia – story before style
The dialogue-writer of Mani Ratnam’s Dil Se, who went on to make films like Haasil, Charas and the recently released Nana Patekar-starrer Shagird, now sees things changing for good…Tigmanshu Dhulia’s next film Saheib Biwi Aur Gangster is up for release. He speaks about the formula that works in Bollywood, his passion for movies and the evolution of cinema over the last ten years. Click here to read more
Why is Randeep Hooda miffed?
Read how Mahie prepared for her role in this filmClick here to read more