Women’s Day Special: Rani Mukerji’s Mardaani, Kangana Ranaut’s Queen, Priyanka Chopra’s Mary Kom, Sonam Kapoor’s Khoobsurat – women centric films that rocked last year!
Lets sit back and enjoy some of the brilliant pieces of fiction made last year, which showed how women in our society are….
Everyone talks about empowering women and today, the world chooses to commemorate their achievements by making this day special for them. We at BollywoodLife also appreciate the women power in the nation and across the globe. We present seven films which describe a every mood and feeling of a woman. We dedicate these movies to our wives, mothers, sisters, girlfriends, etc. Click here to read more
Dream Girl first look: Shraddha Arya missing from the first promo of the show
We already gave you a glimpse of Shraddha Arya’s new show, here’s the first look…
The new Shashi-Sumeet Mittal show, Dream Girl Ek Ladki Deewani Si will be replacing Sonali Bendre and Apurva Agnihotri’s Ajeeb Dastaan Hai Yeh. The show will go on air from March 9, at 9:30 pm. Click here to read more
Aambala movie review: Vishal-Hansika’s starrer fails to impress!
Sundar C’s comic caper is not worth your time and money
Aambala, which directly translates to masculine, is like film made by Singam fame Hari Gopalakrishnan, who is known for making films with flying objects, say cars and throws in some humans too occasionally. Click here to read more
Lakshmi to open 16th London Asian Film Festival
Nagesh Kukunoor’s hard-hitting drama on child trafficking in the country – will open the 2014 edition of the London Asian Film Festival (LAFF)
Lakshmi will have its European premier at LAFF, a celebration of independent South Asian arts and cinema across London as the gala returns for its 16th year June 1-14. The film is based on the real-life story of an impoverished 14-year-old girl kidnapped from her village in Andra Pradesh and forced into prostitution and who eventually testified in court against her traffickers. Click here to read more
Birthday Special: 5 best films of Nagesh Kukunoor!
The ace screenwriter-director turns 47 today. Here’s wishing him a very happy birthday. May he continue to entertain us by making many more films
Nagesh Kukunoor has been one of the prominent Indian film directors and screenwriters since a long time. He is known for his works predominantly in Bollywood and parallel cinema. He has garnered the National Film Award for Best Film on Other Social Issues in 2006. On his birthday, let us have a look at some of his most prominent works. Click here to read more
Shefali Shah: My character in Lakshmi didn’t allow me any escape routes
The superb actor is making a comeback in Bollywood after three years and wanted her performance to be a powerful one
Shefali Shah‘s role as the hard-hitting dirty-talking madame of a brothel in Nagesh Kukunoor’s Lakshmi has shocked her fans and stunned critics. The actress says “it wasn’t easy” but she had to be “part of something as brave as this”. Click here to read more
Nagesh Kukunoor gets accosted by sex workers
At a special screening of Lakshmi for sex workers held at the centre of a red-light area here, the filmmaker was accosted by a group of extremely overwrought sex workers who wanted to know who the played the nasty pimp in the film
Nagesh Kukunoor’s Lakshmi is making quite an impact, this despite limited release that the film has finally managed. The filmmaker will remember the special screening of his film that was held at the Alankar theatre on Grant Road for many years. A Click here to read more
Filmi Friday: Ragini MMS 2, Muppets Most Wanted and Need for Speed in the theatres!
This week is going to be a delight for all the movie buffs as three Hollywood and four Bollywood films will be releasing this Friday. We give you a quick gist about all the movies so that you can make up your mind about which flick to watch before you head to the cinema halls
Ragini MMS 2: Directed by Bhushan Patel and co-produced by Ekta Kapoor and Shobha Kapoor, this film stars former Canadian pornstar Sunny Leone in the lead. Click here to read more
Will Sunny Leone’s sex appeal in Ragini MMS 2 earn Ekta Kapoor Rs 100 crore at the box office? Trade buzz!
This week four films are slated to hit the theatres – Ragini MMS 2, Gang of Ghosts, Ankhon Dekhi and Lakshmi. While the Sunny Leone starrer has managed to grab attention, there is hardly any buzz around the other three releases. Will this help Ragini MMS 2 to pull in crowd to the theatres? Read on to find out…
The wait is finally over. Ekta Kapoor’s much-talked about film Ragini MMS 2 starring former Canadian pornstar Sunny Leone will release this Friday. Click here to read more
Has Salman Khan irked politicians with Jai Ho?
The CBFC has cut a couple of violent scenes and has asked to redub a dialogue from Sohail Khan’s upcoming film
Salman Khan’s Jai Ho has also not been spared by the Central Bureau Of Film Certification (CBFC). A couple of violent scenes have been chopped off from the film by the censor board along with the re-dubbing of a dialogue, which indicates the corruptness of the politicians. Click here to read more
Nagesh Kukunoor’s Laksmi cast to appear on Sanjeev Kapoor’s show Cook Smart on FOODFOOD
The movie is based on human trafficking and is inspired by true stories
Nagesh Kukunoor’s Lakshmi did not release on it’s scheduled date – January 17 – because of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC). Click here to read more
Will Nagesh Kukunoor’s Lakshmi ever release in India?
It seems that CBFC is hell bent on spelling trouble for Bollywood. Our question – have they forgotten that they live in the largest democracy of the world?
We had earlier told you that the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFS) has not yet given any certification to Nagesh Kukunoor’s Lakshmi. The film was supposed to release on January 17, but that did not happen. Why, you ask? Click here to read more
Nagesh Kukunoor’s Lakshmi wins Audience Award at Palm Springs International Film Festival
The Audience Award winners were announced Sunday
Nagesh Kukunoor’s hard-hitting drama Lakshmi, on human trafficking, was feted with the Audience Award for best narrative feature, based on viewers’ votes at the Palm Springs International Film Festival (PSIFF). Click here to read more
Is CBFC deliberately ignoring Nagesh Kukunoor’s Lakshmi?
Lakshmi has been widely appreciated at all the platforms that it has been showcased. Then why is the CBFC ignoring the movie? Are they too scared to face the reality?
Nagesh Kukunoor’s latest offering, Lakshmi was recently screened at the Palm Springs International Film Festival (PSIFF) 2014 in California and that it was received by a houseful show, didn’t surprise us at all. Click here to read more
Lakshmi music review: Every song is a journey worth taking!
Music: Tapas Relia
Singers: Kailash Kher, Suchi and Ankita Josi, Papon, Monali Thakur
Lyrics: Manoj Yadav
Nagesh Kuknoor’s Lakshmi is a real life-inspired story about a 14-year-old village girl forcefully pushed into the flesh trade in Mumbai. Click here to read more