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Gulaab Gang making: How did Madhuri Dixit-Nene form an all-ladies gang?
The Dedh Ishqiya actor praises all the other actors and tells that the secret behind great onscreen chemistry with others
The makers of Gulaab Gang are out with the ‘making of the film’ and this episode describes how Madhuri Dixit-Nene formed the all-ladies gang. Madhuri formulates this gang of women who are essentially saree weavers and tells them that they should not be oppressed by men. Madhuri asks them to defy the common norm of a male dominated world. Apart from Madhuri, the gang also includes superb actors like Tannishtha Chatterjee, Divya Jagdale, Priyanka Bose, Lata S. Singh, Vinitha Menon, Rani Patel and Tanvi Rao. Click here to read more
Can Madhuri Dixit-Nene and Juhi Chawla still not stand each other?
Filmfare has come up with some exclusive stills from Gulaab Gang, and it seems that the dhak-dhak girl and the Tu hai meri Kiran starlet are still hell bent on being rivals… Read on to know more…
Before you jump to any conclusions, we are talking about their onscreen characters in Gulaab Gang. Madhuri Dixit Nene and Juhi Chawla are sharing screen space for the first time in the upcoming film and the exclusive Filmfare photos show, that they must have had a ball while shooting together after burying the hatchet. But according to the story plot, they still are pitted against each other. Click here to read more
Amole Gupte: Bollywood is a minefield
The ‘creative director’ of the acclaimed Taare Zameen Par (TZP) talks about his award-winning film Stanley Ka Dabba (SKD) and his tryst with the bad, mad world of Hindi movies
We were surprised to hear that you are part of Abbas-Mustan’s Players…
No, I am not. Though Abbas-Mustan are wonderful people, our worlds are totally different. The media keeps writing strange things. The last I heard, I was essaying the life of RD Burman in some film, which is totally not true. My primary passion is poetry and writing… I am just leveraging the power of cinema to get a wider audience to the cause closest to my heart: child welfare. Click here to read more