Parvathy Omanakuttan: Miss India title no longer pathway to films!
The beauty pageant winner talks about her upcoming film Pizza 3D
Former Indian beauty queen Parvathy Omanakuttan, who will soon be seen in Pizza, says the Miss India platformn is no longer a stepping stone for models to enter filmdom. Click here to read more
Patta Pagalu trailer: Ram Gopal Varma returns with another horror flick!
Here’s RGV’s new horror flick that has many elements drawn straight from his earlier ghost movies like Bhoot and Raat. Take a look at the trailer and tell us if these visuals are spine-chilling or downright outdated!
We are scratching our collective heads to figure when did the maverick film-maker Ram Gopal Varma impress us with his directorial venture last. Ramu is also a master of horror flicks, at least that’s what he used to be once. With scary flicks like Bhoot, Raat and Darna Mana Hai to his credit, RGV convinced us, time and again, that he has the knack of chilling our spine with those supernatural flicks. Click here to read more
May the devil bless us all!
Wilson Louis, director of the award-winning horror film Kaalo, is a highly respected name in the roster of horror movie makers in Bollywood
In his own words, Wilson Louis, maker of Kaalo, starring the young Swini Khara, highlights the dark side of life. His self-styled mission is to keep the audience hooked by providing riveting spectacles and mystifying story elements without using the banal route to storytelling. He speaks of his love for horror films, the challenges he faces and the future of the genre in India. Click here to read more
When Bollywood said BOO!
Here’s a look at how our B-Town filmmakers let their imaginations go wild to create spine-chilling (sometimes rib-tickling) horror moments on screen
After a long time horror has once again become popular in Bollywood. Should the new found interest in spooky movies be credited to Vikram Bhatt’s Haunted and 13B or Hollywood’s Twilight series? Recently Ekta Kapoor announced a vampire flick called Bloody Vir, while Abhay Deol and Kunal Khemu have signed on to do zombie movies. But serious is rarely successful in B-town; comedy with a ghost or two generally works much better. We look at some genuinely horrific or funnily scary scenes from the past. Back then you watched them with fingers covering your face, but today you can laugh at most of it. Click here to read more