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AK Hangal News

  • | May 21st, 2014

    Why did Rati Agnihotri agree to be a part of Shaukeen’s remake?

    Why did Rati Agnihotri agree to be a part of Shaukeen’s remake?

    Tanuj Virwani’s mom used to be a sexy siren in her haydays
    Remember Rati Agnihotri emerging out of the sea in a sexy yellow swimsuit in Basu Chatterjee’s Shaukeen (1982)? Now the actor returns with a special role in the remake. The new Shaukeen stars Akshay Kumar in Mithun Chakraborty’s role and and Lisa Haydon in Rati’s role. Click here to read more

  • | March 3rd, 2014

    Is Marathi movie Kaay Raav Tumhi inspired by Basu Chatterjee’ Shaukeen?

    Is Marathi movie Kaay Raav Tumhi inspired by Basu Chatterjee’ Shaukeen?

    Basu Chatterjee’s classic revolving around three men out on a joy ride to enjoy life and things they missed out on during their youth will be made in Marathi!
    Dr Mrunalini Dayal Patil’s forthcoming venture Kaay Raav Tumhi will take you on joy ride three veteran actors Ashok Kumar, Utpal Dutt and AK Hangal enjoyed in Basu Chatterjee’s classic Shaukeen. Click here to read more

  • | August 14th, 2013

    Tamas to air on History TV 18 without any cuts!

    Tamas to air on History TV 18 without any cuts!

    The TV series which revolves around the migration of Sikh and Hindu families to India during partition, will go on air on History TV 18 on Independence Day on Thursday without any cuts
    Govind Nihalani, who directed Tamas, says it’s important for the present generation to see his movie. Click here to read more

  • | December 28th, 2012

    Bollywood greats who left us in 2012: A tribute!

    Bollywood greats who left us in 2012: A tribute!

    The Indian film industry – be it Bollywood, the South, Bengali or Marathi – lost some very important people in 2012. We pay homage to those who bid adieu, including family of industry folks
    The most shocking B-town deaths in 2012 were of filmmaker Yash Chopra and actor Rajesh Khanna. The Yash Raj Films’ head honcho passed away due to dengue and multi-organ failure on October 21, a month before the release of his last directorial project, Jab Tak Hai Jaan. And Khanna, known as India’s first superstar, died of health complications on July 18. Click here to read more

  • | October 18th, 2012

    14th Mumbai Film Festival opens today: Sridevi to inaugurate

    14th Mumbai Film Festival opens today: Sridevi to inaugurate

    The film fest offers the best of world cinema and Indian films this year, and also introduces Afghanistan cinema
    The much-awaited Mumbai Film Festival’s 14th edition begins tonight (Thursday , October 18) at the National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA) in South Mumbai, with actor Sridevi inaugurating the event by lighting the traditional lamp. Organised by the Mumbai Academy of Moving Image (MAMI), the festival opens with award-winning Hollywood film Silver Linings Playbook that stars Robert de Niro, Bradley Cooper, and Anupam Kher. Click here to read more

  • | August 27th, 2012

    AK Hangal was a master at his work: Amitabh Bachchan

    AK Hangal was a master at his work: Amitabh Bachchan

    Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan as well as bigwigs from Bollywood remember the veteran actor who passed away on August 26
    Veteran film and stage actor AK Hangal, who passed away in Mumbai on August 26, 2012, was cremated at 1pm the same afternoon at the Vile Parle crematorium. His son Vijay performed the last rites. “I am sad at my father’s demise. But what can one say, one has to go,” said Vijay. Amitabh Bachchan wrote on Twitter, “AK Hangal, passes away this morning!! A veteran, a gentleman, a congenial co artist and a master at his work”. Click here to read more

  • | August 27th, 2012

    AK Hangal passes away at 97

    AK Hangal passes away at 97

    Veteran actor AK Hangal, who had been fighting a prolonged illness, breathed his last on Sunday morning
    Family members say that the 97-year-old’s lungs had become weak due to his old age and he was also dealing with hip fracture. AK Hangal had been in the ICU at the Asha Parekh Hospital for some days. Click here to read more

  • | August 25th, 2012

    Veteran actor AK Hangal critical

    Veteran actor AK Hangal critical

    98-year-old AK Hangal is currently admitted to Asha Parekh Hospital and reported to be in a critical condition. A few weeks ago the veteran actor – recently he appeared in the popular television serial show Madhubala – had fallen in his bathroom and suffered a hip fracture, but he was put on medicines at home. However, his health deteriorated so he was shifted to the hospital two days ago. Hangal’s doctors revealed that as he had severe chest complications he is on oxygen support in the ICU currently. But that’s not all. The 98-year-old actor has been suffering from pulmonary tuberculosis, chronic kidney diseases and hypertension and was soon to be operated for it, but now the treatment is put on hold. Hangal’s family’s at his side and certain that the veteran actor, who participated in India’s freedom struggle, will fight through the health crisis and emerge a winner.
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  • | June 19th, 2012

    Bipasha Basu to be wooed by old men!

    Bipasha Basu to be wooed by old men!

    Not in real life. But in the modern day adaptation of the 1982 comedy Shaukeen
    Players and Jodi Breaker’s failure at the box office obviously hasn’t quite affected the sexy babe Bipasha Basu’s popularity quotient among filmmakers. Click here to read more

  • | July 29th, 2011

    ‘Sholay’ was declared a flop!

    ‘Sholay’ was declared a flop!

    People were calling the film ‘Chholey’, reveals Anupama Chopra
    When it first released all those years ago in 1975, Sholay, that now-iconic film was thought to be a total flop show. The morning after the premiere, people were calling the film ‘Chholey’ and saying that it had a cast of ‘teen maharathi aur ek chooha’ (three warriors and a mouse) and insisted that Indians did not like films like this one. Even the black marketeers were saying that the strange story was a second-rate take-off of Mera Gaon Mera Desh, which was a super-duper hit. Click here to read more