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Lalit Marathe News

  • | January 9th, 2012

    Why does Eesha Koppikhar want to be an item girl?

    Why does Eesha Koppikhar want to be an item girl?

    The Shabri actor wants to go back to where she started
    Her last outing as a gangster in Lalit Marathe’s debut film, Shabri, won her critical acclaim but it seems that it didn’t help her popularity ratings. To get back in the hot circuit the hottie is looking at the item number route, probably thanks to Katrina Kaif’s latest, Chikni Chameli, becoming a rage. Click here to read more

  • | August 26th, 2011

    Lalit Marathe: I am bred on RGV’s gangster flicks

    Lalit Marathe: I am bred on RGV’s gangster flicks

    The writer of movies like Bhoot, Swades and Sarkar talks about his soon-to-be-released Eesha Koppikhar-starrer, Shabri, which has been lying in the cans for almost five years now
    Tell us about Shabri and the journey from being a writer to becoming a director…Click here to read more

  • | August 26th, 2011

    SHABRI Review: Killer performances in a deadly directorial debut

    SHABRI Review: Killer performances in a deadly directorial debut


    Kudos to Eesha Koppikhar, gleefully sinking her teeth into the grim and meaty role of Mumbai’s first female gangster, Shabri
    There have been enough films made about gangsters over the years, but Lalit Marathe’s directorial debut, Shabri, manages to make a mark as one of Bollywood’s most authentic in the genre, reminiscent in parts of Ram Gopal Varma’s Satya and Mahesh Manjrekar’s Vaastav. Though it has been lying in the cans for almost five years now, it still has a freshness, because it looks shockingly real. Click here to read more

  • | August 15th, 2011

    Independence Day quotes: Bollywood stars speak

    Independence Day quotes: Bollywood stars speak

    Actors reveal what freedom and independence means to them
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  • | August 2nd, 2011

    Eesha Koppikhar: Every woman has a ‘Shabri’ in her

    Eesha Koppikhar: Every woman has a ‘Shabri’ in her

    The ‘khallaas’ girl is usually seen as a glam doll, but with her soon-to-be-released Shabri, she is all set to break the mould and wield the gun, that too in a totally non-glam avatar
    She spoke to us about how attached she is to the character she plays in Shabri and Bollywood’s need to have more films revolving around women and children. Click here to read more