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Ram Gopal Varma: I’m very fond of Karan Johar!
Though his latest release, The Attacks of 26/11 failed to generate the kind of response the filmmaker was anticipating, Ram Gopal Varma hasn’t lost faith in his meticulously researched film. Next, he’s all excited to showcase two of his most anticipated sequels releasing this year – Satya 2 and Ab Tak Chhappan 2!
Ram Gopal Varma’s self-admittedly most challenging film of his career, The Attacks of 26/11 failed to set cash registers ringing at the box office. Though Ramu is vaguely hurt, he isn’t complaining! (Does he ever?) Click here to read more
Why did John Abraham say no to Ram Gopal Varma’s Satya 2?
Keen to make an impression not just as the sexy hunk of Bollywood, John Abraham is looking for projects that can offer him scope to showcase his acting skills too. Why then did he refuse to team up with Ram Gopal Varma for Satya 2?
John Abraham might be the chick-magnet with his hot bod and charming persona, but the Dostana star is desperate to make his mark as an actor too. The 40-year-old has chosen some hatke films like No Smoking, Aashayein and Water. Click here to read more
Satya 2 trailer to launch with The Attacks of 26/11
The trailer of Satya 2 will be attached with The Attacks of 26/11
Ram Gopal Varma to release the theatrical trailer of Satya 2, the sequel to his 1998 movie Satya, with his upcoming film The Attacks of 26/11. Directed by Varma, the original Satya had actors like J.D Chakravarthy, Urmila Matondkar, Manoj Bajpai and Shefali Shah. The new movie is said to have fresh faces.Click here to read more
SAVITRI TV review: A visual treat, but disappointing story!
It’s a love saga that’s been seen many times before, but this time the baddie is someone who can’t be killed – of course, we don’t believe that! Do you?
Life OK is getting ambitious – and why shouldn’t it! The first mythological show on the channel, Mahadev is doing exceptionally well, so the folks in programming are now trying to pull the audiences in with another fantasy show. Click here to read more
Life OK’s Savitri: What is the show all about?
The new venture produced by Shabbir Ahluwalia is a fantasy fiction that revolves around love and reincarnation
Life OK’s Savitri is a cross between mythology, fantasy and romance starring Ridhi Dogra as Savitri, Yash Pandit as Satya and Krip Suri as Rahu Kaal. 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
Sachiin Joshi’s Mumbai Mirror progressing well
The Aazaan actor is excited about his next project in which he plays a tough cop
Sachiin Joshi made his Bollywood debut with a big budget espionage thriller called Aazaan. It wasn’t a huge hit, but that didn’t stop him from trying his hand at acting again. 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
Ram Gopal Varma’s ‘Satya’ sequel in trouble?
The original film’s financier and title holder Bharat Shah has filed a complaint against RGV, leaving the sequel’s fate uncertain
Diamond merchant and film financier Bharat Shah has some scores to settle with Ram Gopal Varma over Rs 10 crore he lent the filmmaker eons ago. Last year, Shah had lodged an official complaint with film body Association of Motion Pictures and Television Programme Producers (AMPTPP) to recover his money, along with the applicable interest. Click here to read more
Why is Ram Gopal Varma making ‘Satya 2’?
The maverick filmmaker doesn’t seem to have learned his lesson after the…err….blockbuster flop that was his take on the cult film Sholay
Ram Gopal Varma shot to fame as a director of repute after his gangster film Satya hit the big screens about 15 years ago. Post that, he made and produced many films that earned him a loyal following. 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
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
Aravind Kaushik creates a record with ‘Nam Areal Innond Dina’
The Kannada film Police Story-3, which was released last year had the distinction of being the first film to be shot in 12 hours flat. Now Nam Areal Innond Dina, directed by Aravind has set a new record
Aravind Kaushik of the fame Tuglak has now completed a film in all of one hour and 40 minutes. Click here to read more
Ram Gopal Varma to make ‘Bhoot’ sequel with Manisha Koirala
The eccentric director ropes in the Dil Se actor for his next horror venture
His last film Department turned out to be a total stinker at the box office. In fact, we really had to scratch our heads to recollect when Ram Gopal Varma last made a decent film that did not embarrass his audiences. Click here to read more