Vidya Balan and Emraan Hashmi’s Ghanchakkar gets U/A certificate
Director Rajkumar Gupta is delighted and expects families to come and watch his film
Vidya Balan and Emraan Hashmi‘s forthcoming film Ghanchakkar has been certified U/A by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC). Director Rajkumar Gupta is “delighted” at the development. Wethinks this is because the film didn’t get an A-certificate. Click here to read more
Akshay Kumar’s Marathi film Anntar starring Tanisha Mukherjee begins shoot in UK
The movie also stars Sumeet Raghavan and Manasi Salvi and has music by Apeksha Dandekar
Akshay Kumar’s foray into Indian regional cinema commenced in full swing with the Marathi film Anntar, starring Tanisha Mukherjee (Kajol’s sister) and actor-singer Sumeet Raghavan in the lead. The film, earlier titled Adhantari, began its London schedule on May 3, a day when Indian cinema celebrated 100 years of its journey. Click here to read more
Ghanchakkar: Does Vidya Balan’s ‘Punjabi wife’ look impress you?
Now when we say ‘Punjabi’, don’t conjure up an image of a salwaar-kameez clad, parandi flicking female. ‘Coz here, the kudi flaunts a different sartorial sense
Say hello to Vidya Balan aka Neetu Bhatia, wearing a polka dotted top and a hairband with a bow to keep her tresses from falling on her face. Click here to read more
Rani Mukerji: I am quite a dreamer
The Aiyyaa actor says she dreams of getting married and having a house with her husband
Her dream of making a house for her life partner remains unfulfilled, says Rani Mukerji, drawing an interesting comparison between herself and her character in her forthcoming film Aiyyaa. Rani is a dreamer and so is Meenakshi Deshpande, her character in Aiyyaa that releases October 12. “I am quite a dreamer. I think we all are dreamers. We all don’t like to live a practical life all the time. There is a thin line between our hopes and dreams,” Rani said, highlighting the similarities between the two. Click here to read more
Rani Mukerji apes Sridevi, Madhuri Dixit and Juhi Chawla in Aiyyaa
Rani has confessed that she always idolised the three reigning queens of Bollywood from the 90’s. But who does the petite babe of Aiyyaa resemble the most?
Aiyyaa is Rani Mukerji’s first out and out comedy. Though she seems to go over-the-top at times, Rani can make you laugh with her comic timing. And we have seen the funny side of Rani in her 2005 film Bunty Aur Babli. In her upcoming film Aiyyaa, Rani is playing a Maharashtrian girl whose parents are desperate to get her married. Click here to read more
Riteish-Genelia to move into their new house!
The newly wedded couple is all set to shift to the new house they bought in the suburbs. Designed by Riteish and approved by Genelia, it seems the flat reflects both their tastes
As per sources this glamorous B-town couple has chosen to stay separately and not with the family after their wedding. While Riteish is known to be a family oriented guy who has spent his bachelorhood in the Deshmukh mansion, even the D’Souza chick is known to be quite attached to her parents. But now that the two have tied the knot, they are coming to terms with taking decisions a married life entails. Click here to read more
Raveena Tandon brushes up Marathi for ‘Gin Liya Aasman’
Actor Raveena Tandon is busy brushing up her Marathi for a bilingual film, Gin Liya Aasman, in which she plays mother to a six-year-old boy. The ravishing actor, last seen with Amitabh Bachchan in Bbuddah…Hoga Tera Baap, is making her full-fledged comeback with Gin Liya Aasman, a Hindi and Marathi project. The movie requires her to speak the kind of Marathi spoken in the interiors of Maharashtra, and so Raveena, who is born and brought up in Mumbai, had to take lessons. “Though Marathi is not alien language for me, I now realised it is tough to learn Marathi spoken in the interior villages of Maharashtra,” Raveena, 37, said in a statement. Rishi Deshpande, the director of the film who himself is a Maharashtrian, has given the task to his associates to help Raveena. Gin Liya Aasman, produced by Mudassar Aziz, Vishwajit Gaikwad and Anil Bohra, is a story of a boy whose father, a naval officer went missing after a plane crash. Currently being shot in Pune, the film is slated to release in summer 2012.
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Riteish Deshmukh and Genelia D’Souza get engaged!
The latest buzz is that lovers Riteish Deshmukh and Genelia D’Souza got engaged in a private ceremony around family and close friends a fortnight ago. Surprisingly both actors have many buddies in the industry, yet no one was invited for the big day of their lives. Anyway, Riteish and Genelia have been dating for the last seven years, but they have never spoken about their relationship. One of the reasons for the actors’ silence on this subject was that Riteish’s parents wanted him to find a Maharashtrian bride. However, now that they are engaged we hope the couple in love no longer behave surprised or a stunned when asked about their relationship status.
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