Vetri or Khaki – what is the official title of Vijay’s 59th film?
Directed by Atlee, the first look and title of Vijay 59 is likely to be unveiled on Diwali day
Despite of negative reviews, Illayathalapathy Vijay’s last release Puli managed to rake moolah at the box office. Now that Puli has become a thing of past, the focus has now shifted to Vijay’s 59th film. Click here to read more
Boss Har kisi ko song: Does Sonakshi Sinha manage to replay Sridevi?
The latest song from Boss with Sona and Akshay Kumar is old wine in a brand new bottle
Sonakshi Sinha as Sridevi and Akshay Kumar as the dashing Feroz Khan, in the Jaanbaaz song Har kisi ko nahi milta…but the remix version. Click here to read more
Ajay Devgn’s style in Singham
Ajay Devgn portrays multiple styles in Singham and each style depicts a new shade of this tough-looking policeman. Here’s the way to the gallery of Bajirao Singham’s style quotient.
In Ajay’s opening scene you see him wearing a low-waist dhoti that show off his chiseled body. Khaki was Ajay’s favourite colour in the movie and you will mostly find him wearing that. Occasionally when the officer felt too hot or uncomfortable in the tight-fitting khaki shirt he would chuck it to flaunt a spotless white vest. There are many scenes, mostly involving action, where you will find the hero raining blows on the goons in the white ganji. Once a while, if you are lucky enough, you might catch the action hero in a t-shirt. Understand that this is the time for romance, for songs and for ‘running around the trees’ sequences. In certain romantic scenes you might find him co-ordinating his outfit colours with that of Kajal Aggarwal.Click here to read more
Happy birthday, Atul Kulkarni!
Here’s wishing the two-time National Award-winner – many happy returns of the day
Atul Kulkarni was born in Belgaum on September 10, 1965 and brought up in Solapur. He worked in plays in school, and later joined the Natya Aradhana, an amateur theatre group that groomed him. After he decided to take up acting as a profession, he trained at the National School of Drama, New Delhi. As his official website says, since 1995, Atul has acted in eight plays in four languages, 26 films in six languages and has won several awards, including two National Film Awards. His notable roles in Hindi films include Chandni Bar, Rang De Basanti, Page 3, Delhi-6, Satta, Khakee, Allah Ke Banday and Dum among others. Click here to read more