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  • | July 25th, 2012

    Prague teaser: Chandan Roy Sanyal’s new psychological thriller

    Prague teaser: Chandan Roy Sanyal’s new psychological thriller

    ‘Men live in cities, cities live in men too’…that’s the tagline of Chandan’s new film, Prague. It looks dark and edgy and the actor looks totally psyched out onscreen. We wonder what’s spooking all hell out of him!
    It seems that Chandan Roy Sanyal plays an architect and an insomniac in the film. So while we see him sketching and dealing with the frustrations of his life, the psychedelic patterns and complex visuals raise our curiosity to a great extent. Click here to read more

  • | July 16th, 2012

    Why is Paoli Dam not in ‘Hate Story 2’?

    Why is Paoli Dam not in ‘Hate Story 2’?

    Director Vivek Agnihotri confirms that plans are on for the sequel, but the Bengali babe won’t be a part of it
    Vivek Agnihotri is planning to make part two of his most recent directorial venture, Hate Story. “Yes, talks are on. The mystery is on for part two, but it is in a very initial stage,” Agnihotri said, adding that it’s too early to talk about the cast. “Let things fall into place, then I can talk about it,” he explained. Click here to read more

  • | July 4th, 2012

    HATE STORY movie review: Deadeningly boring and outstandingly mediocre

    HATE STORY movie review: Deadeningly boring and outstandingly mediocre

    After becoming the topic of discussion for the hullabaloo it created with its bordering-on-porn promos Hate Story, glorified as a never-seen-before erotic thriller, fizzles – this, in spite of its titillating (and absolutely unjustified) steamy scenes
    When Paoli Dam’s character Kavya Krishnan is disowned by her own family for getting pregnant with an illegitimate child and consequently having an abortion – rather forcefully and nastily – she seeks solace and support in her friend Vicky (Nikhil Dwivedi), who even before providing the much needed shelter and a shoulder to cry on, starts dosing her with Chinese proverbs…literally! Click here to read more

  • | April 9th, 2012

    HATE STORY trailer: Is Paoli Dam the new Mallika Sherawat?

    HATE STORY trailer: Is Paoli Dam the new Mallika Sherawat?

    The promo of Vikram Bhatt’s latest production Hate Story starring Paoli Dam, Gulshan Devaiya and Nikhil Dwivedi will leave you shocked. But isn’t the filmmaker already known for creating that effect with his films?
    Vikram Bhatt loves to shock his audience, sometimes with horror stories and at times with bold dramas. His latest production Hate Story  is an erotic thriller loaded with sex and sleaze, of course they’ll say the story demands it. Click here to read more

  • | March 1st, 2012

    Nikhil Dwivedi to undergo surgery for broken wrist

    Nikhil Dwivedi to undergo surgery for broken wrist

    Nikhil Dwivedi, who fractured his hand during the shoot of Hate Story, has to undergo surgery to rectify his wrist bone, according to sources close to the actor. “Nikhil was under the impression that the injury on his right hand has healed and so with all enthusiasm, he resumed shooting for Tamanchey. But while doing a basic action sequence, his wrist bone snapped and the MRI revealed that it had actually never healed and the fibres had been further damaged,” said a source. Now he will have to undergo surgery to insert metal bolts for joining his wrist bone.
    “Though he will finish off shooting this schedule with pain killers, he will undergo surgery and rest for two months post the operation with minimum mobility,” the source added. As of now, the source says, around 20 percent of Tamanchey still needs to be shot, and Nikhil is trying to complete it at the earliest.  Once he wraps up work, the surgery and recovery will be his first priority.Click here to read more

  • | November 25th, 2011

    REVIEW: Shaitan – What’s cool and what’s not

    REVIEW: Shaitan – What’s cool and what’s not

    Read our take on this week’s releases: Shaitan and Love Express
    The two new Bollywood releases Shaitan and Love Express, both by directors making their feature debuts, have one thing in common – they are both trying to be cool, but the results couldn’t be more different. Click here to read more

  • | August 30th, 2011

    THAT GIRL IN YELLOW BOOTS song: Karmari

    THAT GIRL IN YELLOW BOOTS song: Karmari

    Watch the new song from Anurag Kashyap’s next film
    A wonderful rustic song composed by Naren Chandavarkar, it reminds us of Gulaal, one of Anurag Kashyap’s earlier films. Click here to read more

  • | August 23rd, 2011

    Anurag Kashyap defends Kalki’s role in ‘ZNMD’

    Anurag Kashyap defends Kalki’s role in ‘ZNMD’


    Director of That Girl In Yellow Boots says that viewers are racist
    Talking about people’s perception about stars, love-struck director Anurag Kashyap defended his wife Kalki in a recent interview. When he was told that viewers weren’t very happy about Kalki’s presence in her last film, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, he said, “The audience only wants to see stars in the films, where everyone is good-looking and there is a lot of song and dance. Click here to read more

  • | August 11th, 2011

    THAT GIRL IN YELLOW BOOTS: poster

    THAT GIRL IN YELLOW BOOTS: poster

    Here it is, the official poster of Anurag Kashyap’s Kalki Koechlin starrer That Girl In Yellow Boots
    Not only are his films in another league, even the posters of his films are totally ‘hatke’. That Girl In Yellow Boots is about the emotional journey of a girl looking for her father. Click here to read more

  • | June 3rd, 2011

    Shaitan: Devil in colours of darkness

    Shaitan: Devil in colours of darkness

    Blues, greys, greens and black are the main colours used for the characters this dark film
    Dev.D won her a Best Costume Designer nomination last year at a popular awards ceremony, and she has worked on Gulaal, Aamir, Boond, etc. Now designer Shubhra Gupta has been working on the styling of Shaitan, Anurag Kashyap’s latest production. According to her, each character has a specific look and so a special style, but they will all be ‘real’ and fairly typical. Click here to read more