Langda Tyagi News
Bullett Raja first trailer: Saif Ali Khan back in a rugged avatar!
The actor as Langda Tyagi was far more fierce and impactful – our first impression of Bullett Raja’s first trailer
Saif Ali Khan-Sonakshi Sinha’s much awaited Tigmanshu Dhulia film Bullett Raja’s first look makes an impact more for its dialogue and rustic appeal, unfortunately the suave Saif still remains in his character of Raja Mishra. Click here to read more
Saif Ali Khan: Learning to act!
From Main Khiladi Tu Anari to Omkara, it has been an educational ride through the crowded bylanes of Bollywood for the Nawab of Pataudi. And as the Cocktail star celebrates his 42nd birthday we look at defining roles of the versatile actor’s 20-year-long career in Bollywood
The first memories of Saif Ali Khan – born in Bhopal and brought up in the UK – as an actor was that of a long-haired, cherubic-looking, male version of Sharmila Tagore with a goofy smile, a silly sense of humour and an uber cool fashion sense. Click here to read more
Why is Saif Ali Khan not rushing to the ‘shaadi ka mandap’?
The Cocktail actor’s to-be begum Kareena Kapoor is dropping projects all over the place. But it looks like Chhote Nawab is in no mood to pause on his work schedule…
Latest goss suggests that Saif Ali Khan has nodded in affirmation for Tigmanshu Dhulia’s movie set in the underworld of Uttar Pradesh that will feature him in a rustic, negative role. Click here to read more
Kancha, Mogambo, Gabbar, Shakal…the greatest villains of Bollywood cinema
Bollywood’s bad guys have better lines, better outfits, better babes, more gadgets and way more fun before they go out in the climax reel with a bang
Agneepath, the first success of 2012, firmly establishes the return of that Hindi movie staple—the villain. For almost two decades, the director trinity of Sooraj Barjatya, Karan Johar and Aditya Chopra, who championed family values and pretty people in love, had effectively banished the baddie from Bollywood. But Agneepath’s Kancha, played by a manically grinning Sanjay Dutt, a hairless man given to reciting the Gita as he hangs people, has brought the over-sized, over-wrought villain centrestage. Raavan is back (ironically, midwifed by the same Karan who had helped oust him). Click here to read more
Should ‘Omkara’ have a sequel?
Producer Kumar Mangat is planning the sequel of the 2006 hit film, but will it be as highly appreciated as the original?
Vishal Bhardwaj’s Omkara won three National Awards, numerous popular awards and loads of critical acclaim. Based on William Shakespeare’s classic tragedy Othello, this film was the highest grosser of the year 2006. The ensemble cast comprised fine talents including Ajay Devgn, Saif Ali Khan, Konkona Sen Sharma, Vivek Oberoi, Kareena Kapoor and Naseeruddin Shah. Five years after its release Kumar Mangat, the producer of the film, has announced that he’s planning the sequel to Omkara and feels that the new film has tremendous prospects. But we have our legitimate doubts. Click here to read more
Will Imran Khan make a convincing villager?
We have seen the young Khan play a city slicker in almost all his films so we are wondering if he will be able to pull off the ‘gaon wala’ act in Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola
Vishal Bhardwaj’s movies are usually set in a rustic premise, a world which you must have heard about, but rarely seen. His next film Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola, is one such outing. It was first offered to Ajay Devgn who had played the title role in Omkara. For some reason, Devgn had to let Vishal’s film go, which has now landed in the lap of Imran Khan who has so far only played the urban dude. Also, thanks to his upbringing, he has an accent and a body language which is essentially very yuppie. Click here to read more
Saif, Nana…who could be Chanakya on the big screen?
The role needs someone who can pull off a quiet, understated, scheming personality
Politics and Bollywood go together like…err…rain and slush, fish and chips, SRK and love songs. And now there will be a new partnership with UTV Motion Pictures and Chanakya. Click here to read more