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  • | March 31st, 2016

    Not Hollywood, Sonam Kapoor looks forward to work in European cinema!

    Not Hollywood, Sonam Kapoor looks forward to work in European cinema!

    In a latest interaction with a leading daily, Sonam expressed her desire to work in international cinema and that did not include Hollywood. Click here to read more

  • | May 5th, 2015

    After Kangana Ranaut in Tanu Weds Manu Returns, now Aamir Khan to learn speaking Haryanvi for Dangal

    After Kangana Ranaut in Tanu Weds Manu Returns, now Aamir Khan to learn speaking Haryanvi for Dangal

    The two actors have been referred to as the Mr and Miss Perfectionist of the film industry. This is how they prove this title is apt for them…
    Aamir Khan, who plays a wrestler in his next, Dangal, will now be Click here to read more

  • | January 13th, 2014

    Marathi film Samhita- The Script nominated for 4 Screen Awards!

    Marathi film Samhita- The Script nominated for 4 Screen Awards!

    Sumitra Bhave and  Sunil Sukthankar’s Marathi film Samhita – The Script cast and crew can celebrate
    Marathi film Samhita- The Script nominated for 4 Screen Awards! Sukthankar who is known for making films on off-beat subjects has created a record of sorts by winning two national awards and 20 other awards. The national award winning film is released all over Maharashtra on October 11, 2013. Click here to read more

  • | April 11th, 2013

    Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle used to steal batashas on Gudi Padwa!

    Lata Mangeshkar and Asha Bhosle used to steal batashas on Gudi Padwa!

    The veteran singer cherishes her childhood memories of Gudi Padwa
    Gudi Padwa marks the beginning of  New Year for Maharashtrians. Our Marathi folks in B-town celebrate the festival with much enthusiasm. Veteran singer Lata Mangeshkar has special childhood memories of the festival too. Click here to read more

  • | January 11th, 2013

    Gangoobai’s Sarita Joshi: I’m not a big movie star

    Gangoobai’s Sarita Joshi: I’m not a big movie star

    But the veteran theatre and TV actor is happy that actors her age are getting lead roles in films
    It is great to see that people of our age are getting lead roles in films, says acclaimed TV and theatre personality Sarita Joshi, who plays the protagonist in new movie Gangoobai. The septuagenarian is also happy to see that filmmakers are happily experimenting with different concepts. Click here to read more

  • | September 10th, 2012

    Atul Kulkarni, happy birthday!

    Atul Kulkarni, happy birthday!

    The talented actor celebrates his 47th birthday!
    Born on September 10, 1965 in Belgaum and brought up in Solapur, Atul Kulkarni is a well known Bollywood actor and theatre personality. Click here to read more

  • | September 6th, 2012

    Rani Mukerji’s Aiyya trailer to be out next week

    Rani Mukerji’s Aiyya trailer to be out next week

    And the actor wants her mom’s approval before the trailer is released
    Rani Mukerji likes being a momma’s girl! The actor is keen that her mother Krishna Mukerji approves the trailer of Aiyya before it is officially released next week . There is said to be quite a lot of skin show for Rani’s standards in the movie, and so she feels her mother’s ‘yes’ is important. Click here to read more

  • | August 28th, 2012

    Chitrangda Singh: I don’t want to change my image with ‘Kafirana’

    Chitrangda Singh: I don’t want to change my image with ‘Kafirana’

    The actor says her item song in Joker is a risk, but that her husband Jyoti Randhawa liked her ‘ethnic look’ in it
    Chitrangda Singh, a powerful actor, is lured by item songs. She will be seen jiving to Kafirana in forthcoming film Joker. The best thing is that her ethnic look in the song has been appreciated by her husband, golfer Jyoti Randhawa. Click here to read more

  • | July 9th, 2012

    ‘Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum’ music review: A ‘kool’ affair

    ‘Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum’ music review: A ‘kool’ affair

    The soundtrack of Ekta Kapoor’s latest film has been scored by numerous music directors, who have composed a peppy and fun album
    In 2005, Kyaa Kool Hai Hum wrote a new chapter in the genre of comedy films and its much awaited sequel promises to tickle our funny bone once again. One gets a feel of it through the soundtrack of Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum – a peppy and funny album, totally in sync with the essence of the movie. Click here to read more

  • | June 28th, 2012

    Rahul Mahajan to host Cell18’s TV show ‘Perfect Bachelor’

    Rahul Mahajan to host Cell18’s TV show ‘Perfect Bachelor’

    After finding his soulmate in Dimpy Ganguly through a televised swayamvar, Rahul Mahajan is set to host Perfect Bachelor, a Marathi show. The show, to be aired on ETV Marathi, will hunt for Maharashtra’s most eligible bachelor and Rahul has been picked as host for his audience connect, according to the show’s production company, CellI8. “Rahul is a well-known face on television and blends well with the concept of the show. He is an ideal choice for us as the audiences like him and connect to him easily,” Zubin Driver, group creative director, Network18 Group and CEO, Cell18, said. Rahul, son of late Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Pramod Mahajan, is known for his chequered past with allegations of beating his ex-wife Shweta Singh, a drug abuse case in 2006 and an alleged affair with actor Payal Rohatgi. He made his way to dinner table conversation after participating on reality show Bigg Boss 2 in 2008, after which he chose to find a second wife through Imagine TV’s Swayamvar 2 – Rahul Dulhaniya Le Jayega. Thereafter, he even judged a kids’ comedy reality show Chhote Miyan and was even seen as a participant on Sony’s Comedy Circus. His latest project on the small screen will have 12 contenders vying for the title of Perfect Bachelor, based on looks, personality and talent. The candidates will be made to live in a house and will be given tasks to perform, on the basis of which they will be judged. Four girls will also live with them in the same house. “The show relies on allowing audiences to vote for the most eligible bachelor. I am confident that audiences will be engaged with the show,” said Driver. For now, Cell 18 has approached names like Neha Pendse, Sai Lokur and Shruti Marathe as judges for the show, which is expected to go on air by December-end. It will be a bi-weekly show.
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  • | June 27th, 2012

    Mahesh Babu to make Bollywood debut

    Mahesh Babu to make Bollywood debut

    The Dookudu star is all set to star in a Hindi thriller by Kuki Gulati
    Telugu superstar Mahesh Babu, who just delivered a superhit in Dookudu, will be seen in a Bollywood film in 2012. Director Kuki Gulati of Prince fame has roped in the south Indian superstar for a thriller, reports a Mumbai tabloid. Incidentally, the title of Gulati’s directorial debut starring Vivek Oberoi is also Mahesh Babu’s nickname in the southern industry. Click here to read more

  • | April 5th, 2012

    Move over Bollywood, south rules Indian entertainment

    Move over Bollywood, south rules Indian entertainment

    The four southern states together account for more than half of India’s 10,000 movie screens
    Bollywood may hog the limelight but the quiet and industrious south Indian entertainment industry is the real growth driver for the Indian film industry and also the creative bellwether, given the sheer number of south Indian films remade in Hindi. That’s quite an achievement for a region accounting for just four of India’s 28 states – Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala – and a union territory, Pondicherry. These grand statements are not just narrow regionalism; they are borne out by a joint report on the south Indian industry compiled by the Federation of the Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) and research firm Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India. Click here to read more

  • | December 25th, 2011

    Satyadev Dubey (1936-2011): Tribute to a legend

    Satyadev Dubey (1936-2011): Tribute to a legend

    He was controversial, candid and had a healthy disregard for anything colonial in theatre. The death of Satyadev Dubey has sadly brought the curtains down on an era of fierce Indianness on stage
    Mumbai-based director, actor, playwright, screen writer and filmmaker Satyadev Dubey was best known for his play Andha Yug – a comment on the futility of war – by Dharamvir Bharti, which he staged in 1962. It is said that Dubey, who was born in Bilaspur in present day Chhattisgarh in 1936, had moved to Mumbai to become a cricketer. But he ended up in theatre. Director Bhanu Bharti, who produced Andha Yug, told IANS: “He was a remarkable man because he had carved a space for himself on the Marathi stage despite not being a Maharashtrian. He singlehandedly started a new theatre movement.” Critics say that Dubey courted controversy with his criticism of English theatre in India in the 1960s and ’70s, saying it was a colonial legacy and only the elite took part in it. However, he later switched to English theatre himself when he felt that the medium had freed itself from the baggage of British and American influence and English had developed and Indian idiom on stage. Click here to read more

  • | November 30th, 2011

    Raveena Tandon brushes up Marathi for ‘Gin Liya Aasman’

    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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  • | November 23rd, 2011

    IFFI Goa: Jackie Shroff wants to make it better than Cannes

    IFFI Goa: Jackie Shroff wants to make it better than Cannes

    Bollywood actors and industry professionals should not see Goa merely as a holiday destination, but also participate in the International Film Festival of India (IFFI), which is hosted in Panaji, said actor Jackie Shroff Wednesday. Speaking to reporters, the plain-speaking Shroff also said that he would urge his friends and colleagues in the industry to participate in IFFI more whole-heartedly. “People come here (Goa) for a holiday. They should also come here during IFFI,” Shroff said, after inaugurating the Raj Kapoor lounge for directors at the IFFI venue. “I am going to request people from the film industries in India, like Marathi, Tamil, Bengali also to come here for the festival…. People keep talking about Cannes, let’s make Goa better than all that,” Shroff said. The 42nd IFFI kicks off in Panaji on Wednesday. Shroff, a regular visitor to Goa for several decades now, said that it has changed over the years and advised the people and state government to ensure that development in the beach state is done in conformation with the environmental needs of the region.
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