Bheja Fry News
Kaagaz Ke Fools trailer: Vinay Pathak and Saurabh Shukla’s funny antics stand out in this trailer!
This low budget film seems to be riding high on some solid performances by the actors…
Vinay Pathak has been a constant performer in the film industry. Whether it has been Bheja Fry or Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi, he has done well in all kinds of films. After delivering a kickass performance in Badlapur, he is back with another film with a quirky title Kaagaz Ke Fools. The film also stars Mugdha Godse, Raima Sen, Saurabh Shukla and others. Click here to read more
Harsh Chhaya: I am better off away from TV!
Read on to know what Harsh has to say about the current TV scenario and much more
The “creatively bankrupt TV scenario” has driven Harsh Chhaya, an actor with over 20 years’ experience, into re-exploring his love for scriptwriting and the aspiration to direct. To this extent, his endeavour is that fresh storytelling, often slated as “the other cinema”, takes centrestage in filmdom. Click here to read more
Rajat Kapoor: 95 percent of the Hindi films being made are not sensible!
Filmmaker-actor acts in Hindi movies, directs in the same language, but says he doesn’t watch them as good Hindi movies are few and far between
Rajat Kapoor‘s directorial ventures include Mithya and Mixed Doubles and he has acted in over 30 films, both mainstream and non-commercial. His performance was appreciated in Phas Gaye Re Obama, Bheja Fry, Monsoon Wedding and Dil Chahta Hai among others. Click here to read more
Rajat Kapoor: I don’t want to make 100 crore films
The actor-writer-director is gearing up for his upcoming film Ankhon Dekhi, starring Sanjay Mishra. We caught up with him at his office in Mumbai, where he opened up his heart to us in a candid interview
Rajat Kapoor has delivered superb performances in films like Dil Chahta Hai, Bheja Fry, Monsoon Wedding and many others. He has also directed some of the wittiest comic films in the recent times and has been a part of many films based on social satire. He spoke to us about what his upcoming Ankhon Dekhi is all about and why he is pissed with many big Bollywood producers. Here are some excerpts from the chat… Click here to read more
Why did Rajat Kapoor decide to quit films?
The Bheja Fry actor was frustrated and poured all his angst out on twitter. He even decided to get back to theatre. Read on to know why…
Rajat Kapoor had decided to quit films and get back to stage because he was angry with the film fraternity. He though that he’d rather leave B-Town’s chakaachaundh and start doing plays instead. Why, you ask? Click here to read more
After Taare Zameen Par, what is Aamir Khan’s next directorial venture all about?
The Dhoom:3 actor has apparently zeroed on the script of the next film he will be directing
Aamir Khan’s life seems to be all work and no play. The perfectionist Khan, who is still riding high on the phenomenal success of Dhoom:3, is currently shooting for his next film P.K, which is being directed by Rajkumar Hirani. Click here to read more
When Resul Pookutty appreciated 10ml Love, I thought he was just being nice to me: Sharat Katariya
The Bheja Fry writer makes his directorial debut with the Rajat Kapoor-Tisca Chopra starrer 10ml Love. He has been around for a long time, and has been working in close collaboration with Rajat and gang ever since he started out.
Sharat Katariya learned filmmaking from Jamia Millia Islamia in Delhi, and came to Mumbai to make films. He started his career by assisting Rajat Kapoor in Raghu Romeo, and now after about a decade, his maiden directorial venture, 10ml Love, hits the marquee. Click here to read more
Vinay Pathak, happy birthday!
The funnyman of Bollywood turns a year older today! Send your wishes
Vinay Pathak, who rose to fame as a television VJ and comic actor in Bollywood,was born on July 27 in Bhojpur, Bihar. He’s turning a year older today and we are sure he’ll be turning wiser too. Click here to read more
Why did Vinay Pathak torture himself?
Buzz suggests that the Bheja Fry actor lost 10 kilos for his forthcoming movie
Vinay Pathak, who is one of the rounded actors of B-town was recently made to undergo a drastic image makeover for Anant Mahadevan’s Gaur Hari Dastaan – The Freedom File. Click here to read more
Rajat Kapoor: The camera loves Gul Panag
The Fatso director talks about his forthcoming film, his passion for cinema and the changing scenario of Bollywood which gives him hope
He made his presence felt in Farhan Akhtar’s debut film, Dil Chahta Hai and since then Rajat Kapoor has made a name for himself as an indie filmmaker churning out niche projects like Mithya and Mixed Doubles that defy existing industry norms. Click here to read more
‘Hey Na Na Shabana’ song from HUM TUM SHABANA
Check out Minissha Lamba, Shreyas Talpade and Tusshar Kapoor in the number sung by Raghav
Two guys, one girl…seems like a simple enough love triangle right? Wrong! There is nothing simple about this madcap story, especially when their rivalry to woo her lands them into a crazy contest of epic proportions. Soon enough, this battle to woo the girl turns into a desperate battle to lose the girl. With a comic guru like Sagar Ballary at the helm, a super-talented comedic cast and a crackling music score, this is one ride you’re just not going to want to miss. Hum Tum Shabana stars Tusshar Kapoor, Shreyas Talpade and Minissha Lamba in lead roles. Click here to read more
What we want in a ZINDAGI NA MILEGI DOBARA sequel
Here’s our wishlist for the as-yet-unannounced ZNMD 2
There’s a lot of buzz about a sequel to Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara. And why not? ZNMD is a hit. And isn’t it a trend to make a sequel once a film is a hit? Just look at Dhamaal, Murder, Bheja Fry, Don and Dabangg – the minute they were declared hits, their sequels were announced. And just as we were excited about Double Dhamaal, Murder 2 and the rest, we can’t wait for the Akhtars to officially announce ZNMD 2. We loved the film, and want to know what happens to these characters. So Zoya, here’s our wishlist for what we want to see in ZNMD 2. (*Warning! Spoilers ahead!*) Click here to read more
Is Minissha showing her violent side?
Ms Lamba admits that she can lose her temper with people who ‘fry her brains’, the only exception being the charming Vinay Pathak
Bheja Fry 2 is Minissha Lamba’s first attempt at comedy and she knows that it is not the easiest thing to do. “It’s easy to make people cry, but it’s most difficult to make them laugh, especially in a film. While performing, you might find a particular scene funny, but it could fall flat when people actually watch it in the theatre. I have also seen this get reversed. You try to do something serious and people in the theatres end up laughing!” she says. Click here to read more
Vinay Pathak: I’m not a good-looking hero!
The actor speaks about how he got a lease of life with Bheja Fry and his great chemistry with costar and friend KK Menon
Q: There are always high expectations riding on a sequel. People are bound to go in expecting Bheja Fry 1 to come to life….
I think filmmaking is very tricky. Not the acting part – that’s simpler. But the thing is that you write the story keeping in mind that people are going to come and watch. You cannot get self-indulgent with a film, especially with a sequel. I don’t think any director makes a film thinking that only a particular section of the society should watch it. Click here to read more