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Gulzar to feature in Kya Dilli Kya Lahore’s first promo
The renowned lyricist is going all out to promote Vijay’s Raaz’s film Kya Dilli Kya Lahore
Veteran writer-lyricist Gulzar, the presenter of Vijay Raaz’s directorial debut Kya Dilli Kya Lahore, will also feature in the first promo of the film. As part of the promo, Click here to read more
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
Gangoobai trailer: Housemaid wants a saree that even Kareena Kapoor doesn’t have!
National Award-winning filmmaker Priya Krishnaswamy’s forthcoming venture Gangoobai looks promising. It’s the story of a housemaid who sets out to achieve an impossible dream
Watch the trailer of Priya Krishnaswamy’s upcoming small-budget film Gangoobai and you will have a hint of smile on your face and curiosity in your mind at the end of the 60-second long audio-visual. Click here to read more
Madhubala Ek Ishq Ek Junoon: Drama at Padmini and Shamsher’s wedding
There’s a wedding in the family and the atmosphere is joyous until the past walks back right through the door
Last week, Madhubala (Drashti Dhami) and RK (Vivian DSena) convinced Padmini (Pallavi Purohit) and Shamsher (Bhupinder Singh) to tie the knot. Click here to read more
‘Queens! Destiny of Dance’ shines at LA Movie Awards 2012
The film has won six awards including Best Director for David Atkins and Best Supporting Actor for Seema Biswas
Queens! Destiny of Dance – a film on the transgender or hijra community in India – has won six awards at the Los Angeles Movie Awards (LAMA) 2012. Click here to read more
MY FRIEND PINTO Movie Review: Feel-good, but not entertaining enough
The film is about friendship, goodness and simplicity in life, and finding one’s true calling. But the message is delivered rather slowly
Cute, feel-good, funny…all these adjectives could be used to describe Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s latest production with UTV, titled My Friend Pinto. Touted as a comedy, the film is not what the mass audience calls one, though.
Sameer Sharma’s (Arjun Mathur) childhood friend Michael Pinto (Prateik) comes to Mumbai to recover from his mother’s demise. But his naïve as well as clumsy nature lands him in troublesome situations every now and then. But in the process, he ends up saving the lives of the Mallu don (Makrand Deshpande), his starlet wife Reshma (Divya Dutta) and a puppy (anonymous). He also unknowingly enlightens a few others along the way, including his buddy Sameer and his wife Suhana.
The film is cute and subtly funny with some good one-liners and comic moments (like when one of the twin sidekicks mistakes his brother as himself). But the story doesn’t move ahead as fast as the audience expects it to. Something the writers and editors of Delhi Belly have got just right. My Friend Pinto too has a don and his sidekicks, kidnapping, ransom and murder and a dash of Mumbai’s underbelly to add to the confusion and fun, much like Yeh Saali Zindagi, Delhi Belly, Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahaani, etc. Click here to read more
Ramesh Sippy: ‘Madhubala’ is a dramatic story about the film industry
The Sholay director claims that he is impressed with his first peek into Colors’ new show. But is he?
It’s strange how TV and B-town celebs say one thing when they mean something else. Not that we mere mortals don’t do so, but the style in which these guys do it continues to amaze us. We couldn’t help but roll our eyes as we listened to two bigwigs (and a few wannabe more minor wigs) praise Colors’ latest offering, Madhubala. Click here to read more