Shraddha Das: I wish I had a sister like Priyanka Chopra!
We wonder why the Zid actress is now trying to suck up to her co-star Mannara’s famous sister
Shraddha Das was embroiled in a lot in controversies all thanks to her fight sequence with Mannara on the sets of her upcoming film Zid. Shraddha opened up to us stating that Mannara, who is Priyanka Chopra’s cousin, assaulted her a lot while shooting the fight sequences of the film. Click here to read more
Shraddha Das: Priyanka Chopra’s sister Mannara kicked me below the chest!
The Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji actress has been embroiled in a lot of controversies over the past few weeks. However, the actress never clarified her stand. So what is it that really happened? Lets hear the truth from the actress herself…
Shraddha Das’ upcoming Bollywood flick Zid has got her into a lot of controversy. The actress opened up a few days back that she was physically assaulted by the parallel lead actress Mannara, who is Priyanka Chopra’s cousin. So what was it that actually happened on the sets? Here’s a first person detailing of the event just as it occurred. Click here to read more
Shraddha Das: The fight with Priyanka Chopra’s sister Mannara is not a publicity stunt for Zid
The Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji actress has been embroiled in a lot of controversy over the past few weeks. Is all of that just a publicity gaining stunt? Or is it just movie promotional? Lets hear the truth from the actress herself…
Shraddha Das opened up a few days back about what happened on the sets of her upcoming film Zid. She has garnered more eyeballs with her fight with Priyanka Chopra’s cousin sister Mannara, than she has with all her films put together. Now the question that was eating into every reporter’s minds was whether all of this is just a publicity stunt by an actress who is relatively new in the film industry and trying to get into the good books of audiences by defaming another fellow actress. However, when contacted, the actress openly Click here to read more
Shraddha Das: I don’t want to ever work with Priyanka Chopra’s cousin Mannara again!
The two actresses worked together in Zid, which is all set for release…
Shraddha Das who is critically acclaimed for her role in national award winning Bollywood film Lahore, Dil Toh Bachcha hai Ji (Directed by Madhur Bhandarkar) and someone who is already more than 25 films down south is all geared up for her next Bollywood film Zid directed by Vivek Agnihotri and produced by Anubhav Sinha. Click here to read more
Lahore director to turn Kapil Dev’s 1983 Cricket World Cup win into a film!
The Indian cricket team created history at Lords 31 years ago and now their journey will be shown on the silver screen
National Film Award winning director Sanjay Puran Singh, who directed Lahore is all set to turn Indian cricket team’s 1983 World Cup win into a film. Click here to read more
Veteran actor Farooq Sheikh passes away!
Veteran Bollywood actor died in Dubai late Friday
Farooq Sheikh passed away after a sudden cardiac arrest in Dubai yesterday. Sheikh, 65, was reported to be in a fit condition and was apparently in Dubai for a concert when he suffered the heart attack. Click here to read more
Salman Khan condemns Sarabjit Singh’s death
Sonam Kapoor, Farhan Akhtar and other Bollywood stars also tweeted about the sad demise of the Indian death row prisoner in Pakistan
Bollywood star Salman Khan, who had launched an online petition asking for Sarabjit Singh‘s freedom in 2012, Thursday mourned the death of Indian death row prisoner Sarabjit Singh in Pakistan. “Freedom at last. Hope they give him to his family. We all tried, guess not hard enough. May god give his family strength and his soul rests in peace,” Salman posted on Twitter. Click here to read more
Gulzar upset with rumours about Pakistan trip!
Lyricist-director Gulzar, who was on a visit to Pakistan, is very upset with rumours that filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj and he were asked to leave the country
Media reports indicated that the Indian High Commission advised the 83-year-old writer to return to India. Gulzar and Bhardwaj went to Lahore, Pakistan, Monday to Click here to read more
Mira Nair on The Reluctant Fundamentalist: I got inspired to make a story about modern Pakistan
The director hopes her film would help initiate a positive dialogue between India and Pakistan
Helming The Reluctant Fundamentalist, shot in India, Pakistan and the US, was not easy but the overall outcome is “quite beautiful”, says internationally acclaimed filmmaker Mira Nair Click here to read more
TERI MERI KAHAANI Movie Review: Charming love story!
Shahid Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra sparkle as lovers in Kunal Kohli’s old-fashioned film
Filmmaker Kunal Kohli’s Teri Meri Kahaani (TMK) is said to be inspired from the much-loved Taiwanese film Three Times, directed by Hou Hsiao-Hsien, which showed a connection between three love stories in different eras. But if you watch TMK with a clear mind, it manages to pull at your heart strings. Click here to read more
Mira Nair’s ‘The Reluctant Fundamentalist’ picked up by Doha Film Institute
The award-winning filmmaker has begun shooting for the film
Internationally acclaimed filmmaker Mira Nair (Salaam Bombay!, Monsoon Wedding, The Namesake, Kamasutra) has begun shooting for her new film based on Mohsin Hamid’s bestselling novel The Reluctant Fundamentalist. A Mirabai Films and Cine Mosaic production, the film is adapted by Bill Wheeler, Mohsin Hamid, and Ami Boghani and produced by Lydia Dean Pilcher. It has been picked up for financing by the Doha Film Institute (DFI). It is the second major international production to receive financing from the institute. Click here to read more
Shraddha Das: I don’t mind being stereotyped
Shraddha Das took the Tollywood route to make a mark in the Hindi film industry. Still struggling to be a part of this cluttered arena, Das talks about her struggle, getting stereotyped and much more…
Director Madhur Bhandarkar approached this Bong babe after seeing rushes of the critically acclaimed Lahore for a role in his own movie Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji. The movie didn’t help much in giving the required impetus to this svelte babe’s career, but Shraddha continues to act and has become quite a prominent face in the south circuit. “I’ve missed out on important roles a lot of times to actresses who belong to film families. To finally get a Click here to read more
BOL Review: The film is flawed but worthy
It highlights issues that are germane not just in Pakistan, but in many countries around the world
Pakistani director Shoaib Mansoor made a stunning feature film debut in 2007 with the critical, commercial and musical success Khuda Ke Liye that also featured a standout cameo by our own Naseeruddin Shah. While that film tackled the sensitive subject of religious extremism, Bol, his sophomore effort, looks at female emancipation in Pakistan Click here to read more
Lagaan: Dropping the ball in B-town
Bollywood needs to move on from Aamir Khan’s film now, high time
Was Lagaan the only successful sports-based film that came out of Bollywood? It’s exactly 10 years since it was released. Its cast and crew are having a private celebration today, we hear. Click here to read more