A short while ago we witnessed the Bhoot Returns maker gushing about the Dharma Production film. Really? Was he praising it or…? Read on to find out!
Ram Gopal Varma is an avid tweeter. And while his microblogging sometimes becomes the source of fabulous entertainment, at other times we’re frantically trying to figure what RGV is trying to say. Click here to read more
The first film made by an Indian was Raja Harishchandra, which was shown to the public on May 3, 1913. As we enter the 100th year of India cinema, we take a look at the silent era (from 1913 to 1930) of the movies and present to you our top 10 films from this period
Raja Harishchandra, 1913: Even though the first film that went into making was Shree Pundalik by Dadasaheb Torne, in 1912, it was considered a British production. Click here to read more
Wish the Jumping Jack of yesteryear a very happy birthday
Known for his high-octane, vigorous and bouncy dance moves, the quintessential Jumping Jack of B-town celebrates his 70th birthday today. Born as Ravi Kapoor in Amritsar, Punjab in a family whose main occupation was designing imitation jewellery, Jeetendra had no idea that a visit to legendary filmmaker V Shantaram to showcase him some designer pieces would land him into Bollywood. The then newcomer was first cast as Sandhya’s double in Shantaram’s Navrang (1959). In the ’80s, this charming hero rose to fame with films like Mawali, Himmatwala, Jaani Dushman and Tohfa. Click here to read more