Birthday Special: Sunny Leone, Nargis Fakhri and Parineeti Chopra – actresses who need to work with Mohit Suri RIGHT NOW!
The ace filmmaker turns 34 today. Here’s something special that he must read…
Mohit Suri has been one of the most successful directors of recent times. All his directorials have had a great run at the box office. Starting from his first film Zeher to Kalyug to Woh Lamhe to Awarapan to Raaz 2 to Crook to Murder 2, all his films have been hit and the main credit always went to Click here to read more
Mohit Suri: I find a role very difficult to give Alia Bhatt
The director talks about her star cousin during an award function
Mohit Suri, known for directing hit films like Kalyug, Aashiqui 2 and Ek Villain, says he is a huge fan of his little cousin sister Alia Bhatt. However the director finds it difficult to cast the actress in his films.
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Kunal Deshmukh: Emraan Hashmi makes my work better
Raja Natwarlal director talks about his friendship with Emraan Hashmi
Kunal Deshmukh, who has cast Emraan Hashmi in almost all his directorials so far, has teamed up with the actor yet again for his new offering Raja Natwarlal. The director says he shares a comfort level with Emraan. Click here to read more
Emraan Hashmi: Hamari Adhuri Kahani is my first out and out love story!
The serial kisser was earlier apprehensive about his role in the film
Emraan Hashmi, who will soon start shooting for romantic film Hamari Adhuri Kahani, says he was cautious about doing the film till he heard the script narrated by filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt. Click here to read more
Ek Villain director Mohit Suri’s sister Smilie Suri ties the knot with Vineet Bangera
Uncle Mahesh Bhatt was also present to wish the newly married couple
Smilie Suri, younger sister of Ek Villain director Mohit Suri, got married to Vineet Bangera in a hush hush ceremony today. Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, who was present for the ceremony tweeted, “The rain God’s pour their blessings on Vineet and Smilie (my niece).” Click here to read more
Mohit Suri credits films’ music for his success!
Mohit Suri maintains that he would not have reached this point in his career if the songs of his movies had not been hits
Mohit Suri, who is gearing up for the release of Ek Villain, gives the credit for his success to the super hit music of his films.He says the music of his past films – Kalyug (2005), Woh Lamhe (2006), Murder 2 (2011) and Aashiqui 2 (2013) – has been responsible for instilling faith in film producers about his work. Click here to read more
Anu Malik: I have started working with new people and the competition is tough!
The ace music director feels that newer music directors are giving him tough competition. Read on to know how…
Veteran music composer-singer Anu Malik says he has started working with new talent in Bollywood and finds the competition very fierce. Malik made his debut as a music composer in 1977. He composed for films like Sohni Mahiwal, Mard, Ganga Jamuna Saraswathi and others. He got recognition but the era was ruled by R D Burman, Laxmikant-Pyarelal, Kalyanji-Anandji and Bappi Lahiri in the 1980s. Click here to read more
Kunal Khemu: Soha and I don’t discuss marriage with Saif, Kareena!
Mahesh Bhatt’s discovery talks about attempting India’s first zombie flick – Go Goa Gone (GGG) – why he prefers keeping a low profile, marriage plans, competition, matters related to the heart and much more in an exclusive, candid chat-fest…
A film debut with Vishesh Films in Kalyug fetched Kunal Khemu the recognition and awards with Mahesh Bhatt’s banner backing him all the way. Madhur Bhandarkar offered him the career-defining role of Silsila in Traffic Signal and Khemu did strive to cash in on it by Click here to read more
It’s Smiley Suri, not Shraddha Kapoor in Aashiqui 2 posters!
Director Mohit Suri gets his sister to pose for the posters as he considers her his lucky charm
Smiley Suri may not have had that great a career in films, but the Kalyug girl, who surprised the audiences with her superb acting in her debut film, is still appearing on the posters Click here to read more
Urmila Matondkar, happy 39th birthday: The Rangeela babe returns with Dance Maharashtra Dance
The actor, who once created waves with her performances, has vanished completely from the big screen
Born on February 4, 1974, Urmila Matondkar mesmerised us with some amazing performances in the past. But looks like the actor prefers to keep it all low-key these days, although she does appear on TV once in a while. She is seen judging a show called Dance Maharashtra Dance on Zee Marathi. Click here to read more
Pooja Bhatt: Rahul wouldn’t want to be in an erotic film
The Bhatt boy doesn’t want to do bawdy films even for his sister’s production house
Actor-filmmaker Pooja Bhatt says there was no question of her brother’s presence in the cast of erotic genre film Jism 2, because he prefers action roles over anything else. Click here to read more
Smiley Suri to make a comeback with Kalyug sequel?
Mahesh Bhatt’s niece wants to come back to acting in Bollywood after a two-year break
Smiley Suri debuted with the 2005 Kalyug opposite Kunal Khemu. The film, which was her uncle Mahesh Bhatt‘s production, was a hit. After seven years, Smiley is likely to make a comeback with a sequel to her first film. Click here to read more
Vishal Mahadkar: The easiest thing would have been to bring Emraan Hashmi on board
The director of the Kunal Khemu-Amrita Puri-starrer Blood Money has both his head and his heart in the right place. His confidence and pleasant demeanor make it a pleasure talking to him
Blood Money is up for release in a few days and Vishal Mahadkar makes his debut as director of a film produced by the Mahesh and Mukesh Bhatt. He spoke in detail about how he got into films, his greed as a director and how he wants to establish himself as a filmmaker of repute before working with stars and taking on his biggest challenge as a filmmaker – to make a romcom! Click here to read more
Kunal Khemu: From wannabe straight to stylish crop
The actor seems to be fixated on the idea of changing his hairstyle pretty often
And just when you started wondering, what makes us leave all the handsome hunks behind and keep a tab on someone like Kunal Khemu and his style, let’s just say that his constant presence on television these days with the promos of Blood Money doing the rounds on every channel has finally made us notice this lad again. Click here to read more