Is Bobbly Deol a part of the Bichhoo sequel?
Guddu Dhanoa is now on a lookout for his film’s leading lady
Soon there will be a sequel to the Rani Mukerji and Bobby Deol starrer Bichhoo that released in 2000. Rumors were rife that the makers were looking out for a fresh face to star as the leads in the film; however a little birdie tells us that the original actor of the film Bobby Deol has been considered for the lead yet again. Click here to read more
Why did Twinkle Khanna say no to Koffee with Karan?
KJo, who is good friends with Twinkle, approached the babe along her hubby to make an appearance on his show. While Akshay agreed, the Barsaat actor turned down the offer. We wonder why…
Karan Johar wanted his close pal Twinkle Khanna and her hubby Akshay Kumar to grace the fourth season of his celebrity chat show Koffee with Karan. Click here to read more
Raj Kapoor’s 25th death anniversary: Imtiaz Ali says the legend deserved much more fame
The Rockstar director says that the young crop of filmmakers can never match up to the legend’s works
Raj Kapoor passed away on June 2, 1988, and on the late actor-filmmaker’s 25th death anniversary, filmmaker Imtiaz Ali said that he was legendary and deserved much more fame than what he received. Click here to read more
Deewana Main Deewana trailer: Can you recognise Priyanka Chopra?
The Barfi! actor’s looks shuffle between garish make-up, uncool outfits and her current superglam avatar
A 20-year-old Priyanka Chopra signed a film titled Pyar Jhukta Nahin directed by KC Bokadia in 2003 opposite Govinda, who was trying to hold on to his flailing career at that point, shot for a few months and then forgot about it. Click here to read more
Birthday special: Why does Bobby Deol feel like a stranger in Bollywood?
In his almost two decade long career, Bobby has more than 40 films to his credit as an actor. Then why does he still feel like a stranger in Bollywood?
Born on January 27, 1967, Bobby Deol turned 46 on Sunday. Over the years, the Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 star has been known for his versatile acting and squeaky clean image as a married actor. Like his image, his Click here to read more
Film writer KK Singh passes away
Famous script and dialogue writer KK Singh passed away in his sleep at his residence in Mumbai on Sunday. He was 58. Singh started his career with Raj Kapoor’s Prem Rog and worked with many other skilful directors later in his career, such as Raj Khosla, Mehul Kumar, Rajiv Rai and Mahesh Manjrekar among others. He wrote for 24 films including the popular ones like Ram Teri Ganga Maili, Krantiveer, Tridev, Mere Jeevan Saathi, Pitaah, Jaanwar, Kurukshetra, Tirangaa, Talaash, Barsaat and Ek Rishtaa – The Bond of Love. His last film was Jaago. He even wrote dialogues for a Bhojpuri film named Aulad, for which he was paid Rs 11 lakh, the highest amount paid to a writer in the industry. Singh had also directed the Salman Khan film Veergati. May his soul rest in peace.
R.I.P. Shammi Kapoor: Bollywood tweetsClick here to read more