Mukul S Anand News
Amitabh Bachchan and Sridevi’s Khuda Gawah completes 23 years
As epic Bollywood romance drama Khuda Gawah completed 23 years, megastar Amitabh Bachchan fondly remembered the adventure-filled shooting of the film
The 72-year-old actor starred in the Mukul S Anand-directed film alongside Sridevi, Nagarjuna, Shilpa Shirodkar and Danny Denzongpa. Click here to read more
Amitabh Bachchan and Sridevi to share screen space?
Going by the garma garam khabar it seems the two superstars may come together for the sequel of one of their biggest blockbuster films. Wondering which one? Read on to find out….
Amitabh Bachchan and Sridevi were last seen together in Gauri Shinde’s English Vinglish. Though Big B was seen in a cameo, it was refreshing to see him and Sri onscreen Click here to read more
AGNEEPATH Movie Review: See it for Hrithik Roshan’s heartfelt performance
Hrithik convincingly plays superman with an everyman core, but the film disappoints!
There are moments of great power in Agneepath. Debutant director Karan Malhotra, clearly a connoisseur of over-the-top Bollywood drama, piles on thunderous confrontations and punchy dialogues. So when Vijay Dinanath Chauhan gives his full introduction, which includes the name of his village Mandwa, as he knifes a hated adversary, you have no choice but to applaud. There is also some fine acting in Agneepath, notably Hrithik Roshan’s heartfelt performance as Vijay Dinanath Chauhan. Stepping away from the long shadow cast by Amitabh Bachchan’s stylised take in the 1990 original, Hrithik convincingly plays superman with an everyman core. So he isn’t obviously larger-than-life. His eyes have an ache and when he breaks down and weeps, the anguish is palpable.
Rishi Kapoor as Vijay’s mentor Rauf Lala also goes bad with panache. Click here to read more
Did Karan Johar forget Harivansh Rai Bachchan in the new ‘Agneepath’?
Nowhere as the credits rolled could we find any mention of the poet whose composition has been so generously used in the film
Ye mahan drushya hai/ chal raha manushya hai/ ashru, sweth, rakht se/ lathpath lathpath lathpath/ Agneepath, agneepath, agneepath. Harivansh Rai Bachchan’s poem is the foundation stone of the entire plot –not to mention the title – of Karan Johar’s latest film, Agneepath. Click here to read more
‘Agneepath’ music composers Ajay-Atul on ‘Chikni Chameli’
It is like a dream come true to recreate the Agneepath aura, say Ajay-Atul
Action films are usually about muscle power and stunts, but Karan Johar’s remake of Bollywood classic Agneepath provided many sequences for songs, according to National Award-winning composer duo Ajay-Atul. “Normally in action films, you don’t get many situations where you can add songs. If you see action films, where’s the scope for music? Even the original Agneepath had three or four songs,” Atul Gogavale said on behalf of the duo. “Our album has six songs, and we have tried to maintain a good variety with one intense Ganpati song, one qawwali, one romantic number, another song capturing the emotions of a brother and sister… We wanted to give this album our best because it is very special for us,” he added. Click here to read more