Ram Gopal Varma on Urmila Matondkar: From her face to figure, everything about her was just DIVINE!
Ram Gopal Verma reveals how he was always mesmerised by ex flame Urmila Matondkar’s beauty and bares his every feeling for her… Click here to read more
Will Ram Gopal Varma redeem himself with Killing Veerappan?
Or will it be the last nail in the coffin for the celebrated filmmaker?
Ram Gopal Varma is a name that is synonymous to controversy nowadays. But it hasn’t always been like that. Click here to read more
Jackie Shroff backs Aamir Khan; says people should be able to express bindass!
After AR Rahman, Aamir’s Rangeela co-star supports him
Aamir Khan was the talk of the town yesterday thanks to his infamous comments on rising intolerance. While he partly made sense, his remark of leaving the country faced severe backlash. Click here to read more
Rangeela, Chandni, Mr India – 5 remakes we would LOVE to see Parineeti Chopra in!
…that is, if they are ever remade!
It’s Parineeti Chopra’s birthday today. On behalf of Bollywoodlife, we wish the bubbly actress Many Many Happy Returns of the Day! Click here to read more
Ram Gopal Varma to make a Bollywood comeback with Sachiin Joshi’s Secret!
After giving us multiple gems in the past to cherish, Ramu is back to Hindi cinema trying to regain his lost ground
There was time when Ram Gopal Varma was considered to be one of the brightest and promisiing filmmaker of India. His films like Satya, Rangeela, Sarkar made him a serious talent to reckon with. Click here to read more
Did you know Shah Rukh Khan is the reason why Aamir stopped going to awards function?
Though there is no bad blood between these two superstars, it is indeed true that King Khan is the reason behind Aamir’s no-show at the awards function. Read on to know inside dope on this…
Aamir Khan is one actor has stayed away from awards ceremonies for the longest time. Yes, we did see him at the Oscars when his film Lagaan got nominated in 2002 but we don’t remember Dhoom:3 baddie attending IIFA, Filmfare or Zee Cine Awards. Click here to read more
Will Ram Gopal Varma bring revolution in Indian cinema?The ace director’s decision to auction his film is making heads turn in Tollywood
After delivering path breaking films like Satya, Rangeela, Kaun, Sarkar and many more in his two and half decade long illustrious career, Ram Gopal Varma might seem to have lost his Midas touch with strings of flop films. His Sholay remake, RGV Ki Aag was so disastrous that it became butt of jokes online. Just when you thought RGV is history, he always comes up with something unique which no other filmmaker would have dared to do or even think. Click here to read more
Ram Gopal Varma’s erotic film Xes first look revealed!
Satya director’s next Hindi film is touted to be erotica
Ram Gopal Varma aka RGV is known for his bindaas attitude in Twitter lately. The filmmaker who never shies away from making controversial statements is making a comeback to Bollywood with a film called Xes, produced by Tumbhi. The Sarkar director is known for trying out different genres and themes and is not afraid to venture in unchartered territories. So what’s Xes about? Click here to read more
AR Rahman: Stardom will never consume my soul
He is one of the few Indians to have won two Grammy awards and two Academy Awards, yet he retains the humility of a common man.
AR Rahman, celebrated Indian singer-composer also known by the sobriquet Mozart of Madras, says he can never let stardom consume him. Click here to read more
Madhur Bhandarkar birthday: Will the director continue with his success story?
The three-time National Award-winning director turns 45 today. Our astro-numerologist predicts what’s in store for the acclaimed director, producer and scriptwriter
Born on August 26, 1968, Madhur Bhandarkar got himself trained in filmmaking while working at a video cassette library in Mumbai. After assisting Ram Gopal Varma on Rangeela (1995), he made his directorial debut with Trishakti (1999). Click here to read more
Ranbir Kapoor looks like a stylish thief in Besharam
We spotted a picture of the actor from his latest film Besharam. We must say that the colourful avatar suits the Kapoor kid
Ranbir Kapoor plays an orphaned thief called Pepsi in his next film Besharam. We will get to see RK step into the stylish boots of a thug in the film (and we won’t be surprised to discover that those boots are stolen). Click here to read more
Will Bollywood celebrate Holi this year?
Looks like our concerned film fraternity and its denizens, who are endlessly supporting and advocating the aam junta to conserve water, aren’t in a celebratory mood this year
Trust Bollywood to do something hatke all the time! At a time when everyone will be busy splashing colours and water on each other, most of our B-town celebs won’t be in town, and those Click here to read more
Ranveer Singh: Clean-shaven cutie, handlebar hoodlum or rugged Romeo?The actor will be seen sporting three interesting looks in his upcoming films Lootera, Gunday and Ram Leela. And as he’s pretty much in the news right now, we take a look at his diametrically distinct style statements
Ranveer Singh is a helluva firecracker. And the things that give this piece of dynamite that extra-sharp edge are his onscreen fashion choices. Recent buzz is that the makers of Lootera weren’t very happy with RS arriving at the promotional event of the film in his Gunday avatar. Click here to read more
Aamir Khan birthday special – The socially relevant ad man
He combines style with substance. He is often referred to as the ‘social crusader of Bollywood.’ Not only his movies, but even the ads Aamir Khan opts to do have the ‘socially conscious’ tag attached to them
Born on March 14, 1965, the perfectionist Aamir Khan turns 49 today. And it is a known fact that the A-list star of B-town is quite picky about the films he wishes to be a part of. Click here to read more
Aamir Khan, happy birthday: How did Perfectionist Khan become a huge star?
As the ‘intelligent’ Khan of Bollywood turns 48 today, we take a look at his filmography…squished into a nutshell
Born on March 14, 1965, Aamir Khan belongs to a film family in Mumbai. His late uncle Nasir Hussain was a hotshot filmmaker at the time, and his father Tahir Hussain was also a producer-director. The actor’s parents made sure he had a normal upbringing, going to the local school. But then he debuted as child actor in Yaadon Ki Baaraat, which set his fate rushing down a rather hatke path. Click here to read more