Rowdy Rathore first look News
Akshay Kumar: Don’t touch my collar!
Akshay Kumar is all set to rock the big screen yet again in his Rowdy Rathore avatar. We take a look at some of his more fiery dialogues
Akshay Kumar has always been rough, tough and macho. Most of his early films had seen him mouth plenty of over-the-top punchlines. With Rowdy Rathore hitting the screens today, we translated the most iconic of his lines into English. Our effort will either make you cringe or crack up. Enjoy! Click here to read more
ROWDY RATHORE trailer: Is Akshay Kumar copying Salman Khan?
The Khiladi Kumar’s next film has the same ingredients – lots of dhishoom dhishoom, dialoguebaazi and a little bit of mohabbat, just like Dabangg dude’s recent blockbusters
If you look at the trailer of Akshay Kumar’s Rowdy Rathore, which was launched at a public dais with the aam janta (public), it reminds us all of Salman Khan’s recent hits, Wanted, Ready, Dabangg and Ajay Devgn’s Singham. However, the Khiladi superstar doesn’t think so and he doesn’t feel he is competing with the current undisputed badshaah of the box-office. Click here to read more
Akshay Kumar’s ROWDY RATHORE trailer induces headache!
The trailer, out today, seems like a mix-and-match of Wanted, Singham and Dabangg
Director Prabhu Deva’s last Hindi film was the Salman Khan-Ayesha Takia-starrer Wanted, and if the trailer of his forthcoming film, Rowdy Rathore, is anything to go by, things have only got worse. This time around, Akshay Kumar is filling in for Salman while Sonakshi Sinha is playing the love interest. The trailer reminds you of Ajay Devgn’s Singham, albeit on adrenalin. Sample the dialogues – “Jo main bolta hoon wo main karta hoon, jo main nahin bolta wo main definitely karta hoon.” (I do what I say. What I don’t say, I definitely do). Sample another one – “Apun ka fatka, 440 ka jhatka“. (My whacking is equivalent to a 440 Volts’ shock.) Click here to read more
‘Rowdy Rathore’ brings back the trend of handmade posters
There is going to be something new and special about the first look of Akshay Kumar’s Rowdy Rathore. The makers of the action flick have roped in painters to hand paint the first poster of the movie. The film, also starring Sonakshi Sinha, is being co-produced by Sanjay Leela Bhansali and UTV, who are trying to revive the culture of handmade posters, which took a back seat in the 1990’s. Bhansali and UTV are bringing back the style by roping in painters to make the first look of Akshay in Rowdy Rathore, said a source adding that this is the first time in years that an actor will have his portrait in the get up of his character as a first look. The film is set to be directed by by Prabhu Deva.
Also ReadClick here to read more