Johny Lever News
Varun Dhawan excited about Dilwale, but the reason is NOT Shah Rukh Khan!
When you have King Khan in a movie it is natural for his co-stars to be thrilled about working in the film. However ABCD 2 actor is NOT a big SRK fan it seems…
Varun Dhawan has flown to Bulgaria to join Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol and director Rohit Shetty on the sets of Dilwale. And we hear that the actor was super thrilled to join his team, especially his favourite actor from Bollywood. Click here to read more
Johny Lever dead just a rumour, says daughter Jamie Lever
The veteran actor’s daughter announced on twitter that his daddy dearest is fit and fine…
Rumours have been doing the rounds that the legendary comedian Johny Lever is no more. But the 57-year-old actor is perfectly fine. In fact, he is currently busy shooting for an assignment. Click here to read more
Why did Jeetendra and Hema Malini miss the press conference held in support of Subrata Roy?
Several film personalities came in support of Sahara chief, who was arrested recently
Various personalities from the film industry, including director Ramesh Sippy, lyricist Sameer, singers Nitin Mukesh, Sadhna Sargam, Saapna Mukherji and Rahul Vaidya, actors Fardeen Khan and Johny Lever held a press conference to defend the Sahara Group chief Subrata Roy. Click here to read more
Mukesh Chhabra: I would really love if Anurag Kashyap did the casting for my film
The conversation veers to other projects and how this ‘fully involved’ casting director is paving the way ahead
Mukesh Chhabra doesn’t want to stop at casting actors for films, he wishes to make his own film; only when the time is right. Click here to read more
PLAYERS Movie Review: All set to lose the game
Abbas-Mustan’s mega action-thriller Players, unlike their previous outing Race, doesn’t have many twists and turns initially but once they start spilling there’s no stopping them, turning an already boring film into a laughable and cringe-worthy affair. Read review…
Neil Nitin Mukesh’s character, Spidey, raises a toast and roars “may the best player win!” Sitting in the theatre waiting for the film to get over, you secretly mumble, may all the players be shot dead and let’s get it done with! Your mumbling doesn’t stop there. You secretly hope that none of the entities who have been bumped off so far get resurrected from their deathbed to stretch an already burdensome plot to the tipping point of boredom. But, alas, nobody’s really listening to you. Cars keep on somersaulting and the plot and sub-plot get all clogged up. Snazzy gadgets and shiny people get rolled out in some of the best locales in the world, but nothing seems to hold your interest. Even the best of camera work (Possibly, the only credit-worthy thing about Players) and the stunning-looking Bipasha and Sonam start getting on your nerves after a point. Click here to read more