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Kurukshetra News

  • | February 13th, 2013

    Vikram Kapadia on the Anna Hazare and Bombay Tallkies connection

    Vikram Kapadia on the Anna Hazare and Bombay Tallkies connection

    The actor-director speaks on the connection between his successful play Bombay Tallkies and anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare
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    Vikram’s passion lies in theatre. His newest play Bombay Talkies went houseful on opening at the NCPA Centrestage Festival, and is running successfully all over India now. Vikram is ecstatic. “In 25 years in theatre, this has never happened to me. It’s bizarre. I did a play after nine years and, we don’t (even) have any superstars in the play!” he wonders. Click here to read more

  • | October 26th, 2012

    Yash Raj got Shahrukh Khan when he was cheap: Vikram Kapadia

    Yash Raj got Shahrukh Khan when he was cheap: Vikram Kapadia

    Vikram Kapadia on his TV show Bisaat Rishton Ka, his new play The Greatest Show on Earth, and writing for YRF Television
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    So that is how Bisaat Rishton Ka (Kurukshetra) happened. What is it like working on a TV production of filmmaker Vikram Bhatt? “I play a billionaire businessman in Bisaat Rishton Ka. It is a project for Airtel DTH that has been shot on RED camera. Click here to read more

  • | September 2nd, 2012

    Amitabh Bachchan tends to imitate himself: Vikram Kapadia

    Amitabh Bachchan tends to imitate himself: Vikram Kapadia

    The actor-director who excels in film, theatre and television talks to us about his play Bombay Talkies, his TV show with Vikram Bhatt, and why he thinks Bollywood and its actors are no good
    Classic good looks, articulate, artistic, maverick, dynamic – just some of the words you look to use while describing Vikram Kapadia. And yet he is one of the most under-utilised and under-exposed actor-directors of India. Click here to read more

  • | June 28th, 2012

    Film writer KK Singh passes away

    Film writer KK Singh passes away

    Famous script and dialogue writer KK Singh passed away in his sleep at his residence in Mumbai on Sunday. He was 58. Singh started his career with Raj Kapoor’s Prem Rog and worked with many other skilful directors later in his career, such as Raj Khosla, Mehul Kumar, Rajiv Rai and Mahesh Manjrekar among others. He wrote for 24 films including the popular ones like Ram Teri Ganga Maili, Krantiveer, Tridev, Mere Jeevan Saathi, Pitaah, Jaanwar, Kurukshetra, Tirangaa, Talaash, Barsaat and Ek Rishtaa – The Bond of Love. His last film was Jaago. He even wrote dialogues for a Bhojpuri film named Aulad, for which he was paid Rs 11 lakh, the highest amount paid to a writer in the industry. Singh had also directed the Salman Khan film Veergati. May his soul rest in peace.
    R.I.P. Shammi Kapoor: Bollywood tweetsClick here to read more

  • | January 22nd, 2012

    Sreenivasan denies mocking superstar Mohanlal

    Sreenivasan denies mocking superstar Mohanlal

    Malayalam actor-cum-script writer Sreenivasan has refuted media reports that his latest film Padmasree Bharath Dr Saroj Kumar shows superstar Mohanlal in poor light
    Sreenivasan plays the lead role in the film. Since the film’s release a week back, he has time and again said that it told a tale in simple humour. Click here to read more

  • | November 17th, 2011

    Suresh Gopi to rescue Major Ravi’s ‘Raksha’

    Suresh Gopi to rescue Major Ravi’s ‘Raksha’

    The actor is going to help his good friend reclaim his lost glory in Mollywood
    When your patented recipe fails, what do you do? You search for a new ingredient that will make it all better. This is exactly what Major Ravi seems to be doing. The director, who has given superhit war films like Keerthichakra and Kurukshetra with Mohanlal and Mission 90 Days with Mammootty, has now decided to make a movie with Suresh Gopi. Click here to read more