Charmme Kaur News
Charmme Kaur-Puri Jagannadh’s Jyothi Lakshmi gets U/A rating, will release on June 12
The female-oriented masala flick is produced by the lead actress herself.
Puri Jagannadh’s fans were surprised when he announced his next flick will be a female-oriented one, with Charmme Kaur in the lead. This was a unique project for the man who helmed several testosterone-driven blockbusters like The Businessman and Temper, and who has even directed Amitabh Bachchan in the actioner Bbudah Hoga Tera Baap. This movie, Jyothi Lakshmi, will be presented by the heroine, Charmme herself. Click here to read more
Charmme wounded on the sets of Jyothi Lakshmi
The Gandi Baat actress gets hit by a hockey stick…
It’s always fun to do action oriented roles. The adrenaline rush is too hard to ignore but at times, they get life threatening. Recently, Charmme Kaur, who was last seen indulging in ‘Gandi Baat’ with Shahid Kapoor in R…Rajkumar, paid the price of being part of an action film Click here to read more
Charmme Kaur thrilled to play journo in Prathighatana
The Mantra actor has been signing strong roles in women-centric films of late, and is sure her latest role will be appreciated
Charmme Kaur, the glam girl, has been grabbing roles with substance in recent times. The actor, who made her debut with Kadhal Azhivathillai opposite STR, is now a popular star in Tollywood and has been doing challenging roles there. Click here to read more
Charmme: I am fortunate to get my break with Amitji
Watch south sensation Charmme Kaur talk about her debut Bollywood movie Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap Click here to read more
Charmme Kaur, happy birthday!
The Punjabi kudi who created a name for herself in the Telugu film industry turns 24 on May 17
Actor Charmme Kaur was born on May 17, 1987, made her entry into Telugu films in 2002 with Nee Thodu Kaavali, and has clawed her way up the success ladder in this competitive industry. Click here to read more
Charmme Kaur: Love scenes are boring to do
The buxom beauty you saw in Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap is getting ready for her next – and hopefully more successful – outing in Bollywood, Zilla Ghaziabad
If you are one of the few who saw Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap, you will probably remember a young girl wearing tight-fitting T-shirts and trying to look like Raveena Tandon’s daughter. That’s Charmme Kaur, a Punjabi girl from Mumbai who found her calling in Telugu cinema. At the young age of 15, she played a housewife in the Telugu film Nee Thodu Kaavali. “I was too young to know what I was doing,” she recalls. “I was just doing what Mama and Papa told me to do. Now, of course, I’ve seen it all, done it all.” Click here to read more
BBUDDAH Movie Review: The Bachchan magic strikes again!
Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap is total timepass, with enough laughs, emotion and action to keep anyone who has watched even one Amitabh movie laughing
When you are parodying your own movies, two things can happen: your audience laughs with you, or at you. In the case of the Deols and Yamla Pagla Deewana, they managed the first. In the case of Amitabh Bachchan and Puri Jagannadh… well, yes! They have done it too. The role of a flashy, in your face, edgier Sexy Sam requires a delicate balancing act, to prevent it from falling into the quagmire that Mrityudaata and Lal Badshah did. Sr Bachchan was fantastic the first time around in Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna, and he is even better in this one. Click here to read more