Ramya roots for Indian athletes in Common Wealth Games 2014!
Ex-MP was all praises for the Indian contingent who have put up a spectacular show at Glasgow
With Abhinav Bindra and Sukhen Dey winning gold medal, and India standing at the sixth position in Common Wealth Games Medals table, every Indian is thrilled with splendid performance from Indian contingent in Glasgow. Like everyone, Kannada star Ramya seems to be glued to TV screen, cheering for our athletes. Click here to read more
Has Salman Khan moved on from his ex girlfriends Aishwarya Rai and Katrina Kaif?
The Jai Ho actor has had a ‘type’ as far as his heroines on and off screen are concerned. But his tastes seem to be changing with age and maturity, as you will see in his new film…
Daisy Shah, Salman Khan’s heroine in Jai Ho reminds us neither of his ex Aishwarya Rai (now Bachchan) nor of Katrina Kaif. In fact, barring her height, this dusky beauty has nothing in common with any of Sallu’s former girlfriends. Click here to read more
Gautam Rode: Hosting Nach Baliye is like a stressbuster!
For the television actor, understanding a character and playing it to the best of his ability, is more important than hosting a show
Gautam Rode, who will host the coming edition of the celebrity dance show, Nach Baliye 6 and is also seen in Saraswatichandra currently, says that he prefers acting to hosting. Click here to read more
Will Elli Avram be Salman Khan’s next lady ‘friend’?
Before your thoughts go wildly wicked, let us clarify – we are wondering if Elli Avram will be Salman’s next heroine. Yes, we know Elli is new to B-town and not a recognisable face…yet… but wethinks a certain something could work in her favour and land her Sallu’s next film….
For all those who have no clue who Elli Avram is, the model-actor is from Sweden and makes her Bollywood debut with Mickey Virus as Manish Paul’s co-star. Click here to read more
Salman Khan said ‘Ek baar maine jo commitment kar di’ – so how did Sana Khan get lucky?
Nobody keeps a promise as staunchly as superbrat Salman Khan does, just as he said in Wanted. This time, Sana Khan, last seen in Bigg Boss 6 benefits…
It’s almost the real-life fallout of the famous dialogue from his movie Wanted: ‘Ek baar maine jo commitment kar di, toh phir main apne aap ki bhi nahi sunta’. Click here to read more
‘Dekh Indian Circus’ to open 9th Indian Film Festival Stuttgart
Here’s a list of all the Indian fare being screened at the renowned festival, a mix of Bollywood features, indie and short films. Find the timings and venue. The Stuttgart fest will be held from July 18–22, 2012
The 9th Indian Film Festival Stuttgart line-up is out, and it consists of some interesting Indian movies. Director Mangesh Hadawale’s award-winning Dekh Indian Circus, starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Tannistha Chattejee, opens the Fest on July 18, 2012 at the Metropol 1 cinema. Click here to read more
Anurag Kashyap’s film ‘Michael’ to open London Asian Film Festival
Abhishek Bachchan will inaugurate the festival and Sanjay Leela Bhansali will be awarded
The 14th London Asian Film Festival will be held from March 16 to 24, 2012, and Anurag Kashyap’s production Michael starring Naseeruddin Shah and Mahie Gill will kick off the fest on the opening night. Bollywood veteran Shah plays the main role of police officer Michael who inadvertently kills a 12-year-old boy during a shootout. Guilty, he turns into depression and loses his job. But to take care of his own son, he joins the Bollywood DVD piracy trade. The twist comes when Michael begins to get calls from the father of the boy he killed, threatening to do away with Michael’s son. Click here to read more
LUCKY Movie Review: Yash and Ramya lack chemistry
The Kannada film is too predictable, inconsistent and illogical
The star cast of the film will be incomplete without mentioning the dog called Zoo Zoo. The story of Lucky revolves around two young protagonists, essayed by Yash and Ramya, but Zoo Zoo also plays an important character in the film. You can call it an antagonist in the film, at least for Yash’s character named Lucky. Other than this fresh point in the film, which has given due importance to the relationship between the heroine and a dog, Lucky is too predictable, inconsistent and illogical. There is some humour in the film, but it would be too irksome to enjoy such comedy portions in the midst of many ill-conceived, cliched sequences in the film. Click here to read more
All’s not well between Kannada stars Yash and Ramya
A cold war has been brewing between Sandalwood stars Yash and Ramya ever since they began working together, but the media witnessed the sparks at the music release of their film Lucky
There was news that the two couldn’t gel with each other on the sets of Lucky due to attitude issues. But the Kannada actors brought their personal differences on a public platform and unabashedly took a dig at each other. Click here to read more
Ramya not to contest elections
The actor has announced that she will not contest the upcoming youth Congress elections
Ramya has once again confused her fans. It was not long ago that she decided to join Youth Congress. Fans were still wondering if she will contest for the post of the Youth Congress (Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee) president, when Ramya gave another conflicting statement. She has announced that she is not mulling a career in politics. Click here to read more