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Salman Khan and Amitabh Bachchan to promote Mahesh Manjrekar’s Marathi movie Kokanastha
The makers have roped in the two B-town superstars along with political bigwig Raj Thackeray for the film’s promotionThat Salman Khan and Mahesh Manjrekar are close buddies is common knowledge. The two actors who shared the screen space in Prabhu Deva’s Wanted jelled instantly on the sets of the movie and became good friends! Click here to read more
Riteish Deshmukh and Gauri Shinde Shine at Zee Gaurav awards!
The proud producer of Balak Palak and the charming director of English Vinglish bag awards for their incredible cinematic endeavoursGauri Shinde and Riteish Deshmmukh gave us two wonderful films of the year. If Shinde’s widely appreciated film English Vinglish- starring Sridevi in the lead-reiterated that female centric dramas can do equally well in our male driven entertainment industry, Deshmukh’s much-talked about Marathi production Balak Palak was a hilarious take on sex education in India. Click here to read more
MAATTRRAAN movie review: Suriya is twice as good
While the Kollywood machine keeps churning out films, there are some that attract more attention than othersMaattrraan, directed by KV Anand, is one such venture. The Suriya-starrer was in the spotlight even while it was being made, one of the reasons for the attention being the subject — that of conjoined twins, a novel theme in Tamil cinema. Click here to read more
Suriya gears up for Maattrraan: View stills!
The day has finally come today, Maattrraan has hit the screens all around the countryWhile nervous, Suriya, who plays conjoined twins in the film is also kicked about his film and is eagerly waiting for the junta’s response. Click here to read more
‘Chhodo Kal Ki Baatein’ movie review: An art of living class
The Anupam Kher-Sachin Khedekar-starrer is a recommended watchChhodo Kal Ki Baatein is a lesson about art of living. It’s about living life for today. The story goes thus – due to circumstances, one fine day, a workaholic IT professional, Aditya Pradhan (Sachin Khedekar) finds himself reliving this one Sunday over and over again. As Aditya figures out his dilemma, we do, too. It’s his routine – Sunday wake-up call followed by the events of the day that haunt him. His world is inhabited by the same people every day, but they don’t know that the day is repeating itself. He is the only one who can remember what happened yesterday. In another sense, his tomorrow never comes. Now, trapped in some kind of time warp, Aditya tries to seek help. He relies heavily on a blind man, Benaam Kumar (Anupam Kher). Benaam Kumar shares his wisdom and helps Aditya realise the importance of life. Click here to read more
Anupam Kher plays a blind man in ‘Chhodo Kal Ki Baatein’
The actor’s first Marathi film, which is also shot in Hindi, will release in AprilEssaying the role of a visually challenged person in his Marathi debut, Kashala Udyachi Baat – known as Chhodo Kal Ki Baatein in its Hindi version – wasn’t easy for Anupam Kher, but the veteran actor says he appreciates the real fighters more now. “When you play the role of a physically disabled or differently-abled person, you discover how brilliantly people who are differently-abled live their lives,” the 56-year-old said at the music launch of the film where Anil Kapoor was also present. “We see how people who cannot see, fit themselves so well in the scenario. So, this is a tribute to all the blind. My role is dedicated to all these people,” he added. Click here to read more
Prateik, Amy Jackson, Sudhir Mishra, Javed Akhtar, Shabana Azmi at the premiere of ‘Ekk Deewana Tha’
AAZAAN movie review: Hollywood style action with a ‘desi’ let down
Despite the unconvincing leading man of Prashant Chadha’s espionage thriller, Aazaan is a one-time watch, if only for the action and Candice Boucher, of course! The movie makes a promising start, but the moment Sachiin Joshi arrives on scene, the disconnect begins. A film of this stature needed someone like Hrithik Roshan, who could have delivered the chops, but by any stretch of imagination, one can’t believe that Joshi, who plays the title role can save a jeopardised country. The film takes a lot of creative liberties but the visuals which are almost at par with Hollywood, somehow manage to keep you interested. Dalip Tahil has been criminally wasted and so are the other actors. Ravi Kissen’s dialogue delivery in Hindi is an outdated version, which is not used anymore. Candice Boucher makes a glorified cameo but looks sinfully gorgeous nevertheless. The climax ensures that you will not walk out angry or heavily let down.
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