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  • | August 20th, 2015

    Not just real militants, 400 kgs of explosives used in Katrina Kaif and Saif Ali Khan’s Phantom!

    Not just real militants, 400 kgs of explosives used in Katrina Kaif and Saif Ali Khan’s Phantom!

    In less than six weeks Bajrangi Bhaijaan director’s much delayed film will hit the theatres. And we have some inside news for you…
    Kabir Khan left no stone unturned for his film Phantom starring Katrina Kaif and Saif Ali Khan. The Bajrangi Bhaijaan director we hear got his actors to shoot with real militants and yes we have some more hot goss from the sets. Click here to read more

  • | August 19th, 2015

    SHOCKING! Saif Ali Khan shot with militants in Phantom!

    SHOCKING! Saif Ali Khan shot with militants in Phantom!

    Yes, you read right! Kabir Khan did make the actor do that…
    Kabir Khan loves to keep it real with his films. Even for a Salman Khan film like Bajrangi Bhaijaan, he tried to stay as close to reality as possible. Click here to read more

  • | April 9th, 2013

    Sadda Haq ban: making a mockery of the CBFC

    Sadda Haq ban: making a mockery of the CBFC

    Punjabi film Sadda Haq is a cinematic look at the separatist movement in the state from the militants’ point of view and is purportedly based on true events
    First of all, let us clarify that we are not referring to the AR Rahman’s hit song from Rockstar. That’s so 2011. We are talking about Mandeep Benipal’s Punjabi film Sadda Haq that was due to release last Friday but was banned at the last minute by the governments of Punjab, Haryana, Jammu & Kashmir and Delhi on the grounds that it might fan the flames of communal disharmony. This is Benipal’s second film after 2010’s superhit Ekam: Son of Soil. Sadda Haq is a cinematic look at the separatist movement in the Punjab from the militants’ point of view and is purportedly based on true events. Click here to read more