Munni badnaam News
Asha Bhosle wants to groom granddaughter Zanai as playback singer
Zanai has already made her singing debut in 2013 film Mai
Indian veteran singer Asha Bhosle says she wants to see her granddaughter become a playback singer like herself and is already in the process of preparing her. Click here to read more
R…Rajkumar song Kaddu katega: Bizarre lyrics and outrageous dance moves complete this number!
Amidst two hyper-enthusiastic item girls shake their booties and the garishly dressed Sonu Sood having a great fun, our chocolate boy Shahid Kapoor is seen delivering a few punches. What’s happening in this song can anyone tell us?
Sonu Sood referred this new item number Kaddu katega from Prabhu Dheva’s movie R..Rajkumar, as his version of Munni badnaam hui. But here’s our verdict of the song: This number has turned our stomach right over! While Malaika Arora Khan’s Munni badnaam was rustic and had raw, electrifying energy to it thanks Mrs Khan’s oomph factor, the new item number from the Shahid Kapoor-Sonakshi Sinha starrer is outright repulsive! Click here to read more
Is Malaika Arora Khan doing an item number for Farah Khan’s Happy New Year?
Farah has signed the bombshell for her upcoming project Happy New Year
Looks like Malaika Arora Khan has become Farah Khan’s lucky charm. Whether it’s for Munni Badnam from Dabangg or Chaiyaa Chaiyya in Dil Se, whenever these two come together for a song, history is created. Click here to read more
Ishq ki maa ki song controversy: Is Shabana Azmi overreacting?
The veteran actor phoned a FM channel airing the Teri maa ki number from I Don’t Luv You and asked why it was being played. She launched a verbal war of sorts on a social networking site against the song, its lyrics and the lyricist. But did Shabana pick on this particular track because it is from a low-key production that won’t fight back?
Known for her incredible body of work both onscreen and off it in various different avatars – as an actor, a social worker and an informed opinion maker – Shabana Azmi is considered the intellectual who speaks on various issues with a no-holds-barred approach. Click here to read more
IIFA Awards 2011 Winners: ‘Dabangg’ is Best Film, SRK is Best Actor for ‘MNIK’
Salman Khan’s blockbuster Dabangg bagged seven awards, but did not garner him Best Actor
The 12th IIFA Awards were held in Toronto on June 25, 2011. Salman Khan’s blockbuster Dabangg bagged seven awards, including Best Film, Best Debut (Female) for Sonakshi Sinha and Best Performance in a Negative Role for Sonu Sood. Shahrukh Khan took away the Best Actor trophy for My Name is Khan, while Anushka Sharma was crowned Best Actress for Band Baaja Baaraat. Ranveer Singh won the Best Debut (Male) for Band Baaja Baaraat. Ranveer and Anushka were also adjudged the Hottest Pair. Sharmila Tagore took home the Outstanding Achievement Award. Dharmendra was honoured for 50 years in cinema. Click here to read more
Salman Khan ropes in Kareena Kapoor for ‘Dabangg 2’
Bebo has allegedly been signed on for an item number in the much-awaited sequel
Fans who loved the Salman Khan-Kareena Kapoor jodi in Bodyguard now have a reason to smile. And that’s because the two are all set to come together for a brief while for an item number in Dabangg 2! Now Bebo is all set to step into the fancy shoes of an item girl for dear friend Salman. Click here to read more
Prasoon Joshi says meaningful poetry is on the downslide
In this day and age when songs like Munni Badnaam, Chikni Chameli and Jalebi Bai are becoming chart toppers, meaningful poetry is slowly on the downslide. National Award-winning lyricist Prasoon Joshi is unhappy with the trend and asserts that only songs with meaningful lyrics will have a longer shelf life
“Simple poetry is still appreciated today. A song should have longevity, it’s age should be big. You can play a song again and again and fix it in the minds of the people. But a song will only stay on forever if it has good, meaningful lyrics,” the 40-year-old lyricist said at the 18th Annual Colors Screen awards. Click here to read more