Ravi Kishen News
Kick 2 movie review: Only Ravi Teja can make an over-the-top film so entertaining!
Call it loud or call it over the top, Kick 2 is a mad, mad film with Ravi Teja driving it forward in style
There are serious films. There are intelligent films. There are boring films. There are massy, commercial films. And then, there are Ravi Teja’s films, which are undoubtedly the ‘baap’ of commercial cinema. When I went to watch Ravi Teja’s latest entertainer, Kick 2, I knew what I had signed up for. But I was never prepared for what unfolded in front of my eyes on the big screen. Click here to read more
Leaked: Ravi Teja’s Kick 2 plot revealed!
Read on to find out what Mass Maharaja is upto in Kick 2
After postponing the release of the much awaited Kick sequel, the day is about to arrive when Ravi Teja’s Kick 2 will finally see the light. Now, with the blockbusters like Baahubali and Srimanthudu still reigning the box office, the onus would be on Kick 2 to stand tall against these biggies. Click here to read more
Miss Tanakpur Hazir Ho trailer: Om Puri and Sanjay Mishra’s rustic rib tickling comedy will leave you in splits!
Fox Star India reveals the trailer of its upcoming comic caper
After the debacle of Bombay Velvet, Fox Star India would be relying heavily on Hamari Adhuri Kahani and Miss Tanakpur Hazir Ho to work wonders at box office. Click here to read more
Comedy Nights with Kapil: Shweta Tiwari to be a permanent part of the show
They’ve worked together before on Comedy Circus and now they’ll bring the same crackling humour in CNWK
Shweta Tiwari who has been appearing on Comedy Nights With Kapil, now and then will now be a part of the show permanently. Click here to read more
Kick 2 trailer: Ravi Teja packs punches and delivers punch lines in this typical masala entertainer!
Same old action. Same old comedy. But the quirkiness which was the highlight of its predecessor seems to be missing
Over the years, Ravi Teja has bowled over the audience with his comic timing, earning the title of Mass Maharaja from the audience. Click here to read more
Poll results: Hema Malini, Kirron Kher, Raj Babbar, Shatrughan Sinha and Smriti Irani increase the glam quotient of the elections
Testimony to star power, glamour was a key element in this year’s election
Away from the arc lights, greasepaint and comfort, a slew of popular faces from Indian cinema such as Hema Malini, Moon Moon Sen and Chiranjeevi barnstormed either as contestants or campaigners for the national election, adding glamour and spicing up the 10-phased poll that concluded Monday. Click here to read more
Bollywood Janmashtami 2013: Will Hrithik Roshan, Shahrukh Khan and Arjun Rampal break the matki at Dahi Handi?
These Bollywood hunks will be part of the Govinda festival this year…
Just like last year, Hrithik Roshan will celebrate Lord Krishna’s birthday this year too. Remember the honey-eyed actor breaking the dahi handi in his 2012 hit film Agneepath? It is learnt that Krrish 3 star will attend the Dahi Handi celebrations in Ghatkopar Click here to read more
Zila Ghaziabad movie review: Dreary plot, disgraceful acting, poor direction!
Filmmaker Anand Kumar’s debut multi-starrer flick is way beyond criticism of any kind and mind-numbing torture from opening scene to end credits…
Zila Ghaziabad begins with a sequence in which a passenger train is robbed at Ghaziabad junction by a gang of bandits headed by Mahendra Fauji (Arshad Warsi). This calls for celebration in the form of the title track – Zila Ghaziabad, similar to Click here to read more
Bajatey Raho movie review: Ravi Kishen steals Tusshar Kapoor’s thunder!
For the second time this week Ravi Kishen gets it bang-on. Playing a vicious entrepreneur with a marriageable daughter, the actor is an energetic ball of agile evil
The same goes for the rest of the arresting ensemble cast of very capable actors who get into the mood of the con-job without fuss and with a flair for acting funny without going overboard. Click here to read more
Issaq quick movie review: Fails to recreate the Romeo-Juliet magic!
Our reviewer sent us this message, as she watched the film starring Prateik and Amyra Dastur
It is a long Friday indeed. Our reviewer is watching Issaq, the Romeo and Juliet retake by director Manish Tiwari, starring Prateik and Amyra Dastur. Click here to read more
Issaq movie review: Prateik and Amyra Dastur fumble, fail and fall flat!
Give this one a miss – Issaq, directed by Manish Tiwari, is not worth your precious time or money
Director Manish Tiwary’s Issaq is a rustic take on Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Prateik and Amyra Dastur play two small town sweethearts from Varanasi. From canoodling on rickety boats perched on the beautiful banks of the city of Benares to making lethal love promises, the two do it all. Click here to read more
Ameesha Patel gets kinky at the launch of her production house
The babe was seen wearing a long T-shirt with a deadly skull imprinted on it. The black eye-shadow and the garter attached to her stocking lent a kinky look to her personality
Ameesha Patel was seen in a bold avatar at the launch of her production house – Ameesha Patel Productions. Desi Magic is one of the films that will be churned out by this banner and looks like she turned up at the event in this look ‘coz that’s how her character in the film will be. Click here to read more
Ravi Kishen’s ‘Mooh main le’ has Shiv Sena angry
The saffron gang is fuming with anger over the controversial lyrics of Mooh main le for the song’s obvious vulgar connotations
Ravi Kishen has simply lost it! The Bhojpuri superstar, we last heard, was on a sabbatical from the movies. And he chose to appear on a reality dance show as a contestant instead of doing more on the big screen for now. Click here to read more
Ravi Kishen is tired of doing Bhojpuri films
After doing 165 movies in the last eight years, the king of Bhojpuri films Ravi Kishen has called it a day. The Raavan actor believes that the Bhojpuri film industry doesn’t get the respect that Tollywood or Mollywood commands
Ravi Kishen is the golden boy of the Bhojpuri film industry. The 40-year-old actor helped revive the lost glory of Bhojpuri films and became synonymous with the industry that generates enviable moolah. But now Ravi Kishen wants to call it quits. “I am not getting the kind of scripts I am longing to do. I am bored of routine work and doing the same kinds of films over and over again. After 165 films in the last eight years, I want to do something else,” said Ravi Kishen in an interview to a daily. Click here to read more