Sherlock Holmes News
Did you know this flop Bollywood film was inspired by Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock?
This 2014 film was a disaster at the box office upon its release. Click here to read more
Dibakar Banerjee: Byomkesh Bakshi will connect to the Indian audience, which Sherlock Holmes cannot!
The ace filmmaker opens up about how his film is better than the Hollywood flicks…
Film maker Dibaker Banerjee, who is currently editing his film Detective Byomkesh Bakshi, says his film has got nothing to do with famed fictional detective Sherlock Holmes as his film deals with “an original Indian character”. Click here to read more
Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif’s geeky avatar from Jagga Jasoos revealed– view pics!
The love birds are in the South African city shooting Anurag Basu’s detective saga
Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif have been busy with the shoot of Jagga Jasoos in Cape Town. Although the storyline has been kept strictly under wraps, the shutterbugs couldn’t be kept at bay. The latest pictures from the shoot have become a rage on social networking websites. Click here to read more
Revealed: Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif’s look from Jagga Jasoos!
The love birds are sharing screen space for the third time after Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani and Rajneeti
Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif‘s upcoming detective venture Jagga Jasoos is finally in motion. The film’s shoot had been postponed and readjusted many a times before because of Katrina and Ranbir’s respective film shoots, but finally the two are together and shooting at South Africa’s most favourite holiday destination Cape Town.Click here to read more
Samrat & Co movie review: Rajeev Khandelwal’s detective film is a half-baked attempt!
The first detective film of this year releases this Friday. Read on to find out if it is worth watching…
Rajeev Khandelwal’s detective film Samrat & Co may be the first detective film of the season but it definitely will leave you than flabbergasted. I agree Bollywood doesn’t produce quality detective films, but director Kaushik Ghatak, who is a Bengali by birth, should have taken some cues from Bengali literature, which is filled with classic cult detective novels—Feluda, Byomkesh Bakshi, etc. The movie has too many flaws to be counted and makes you laugh as to whether a detective, who is supposed to be a sane rational logical person, can do so many mistakes. Click here to read more
Why does Rajeev Khandelwal consider being in the industry an endless marathon?
The Shaitan actor is all set to come up with his detective film Samrat & Co
Actor Rajeev Khandelwal says that being in the film industry is like an endless marathon and the one who survives till the end is the winner a la Amitabh Bachchan. “I don’t believe in competition. So many films are being made in a year. In this industry, it’s the endless marathon and the one who survives till the end is the winner. Amitabh Bachchan is the biggest winner in today’s date,” Rajeev told Click here to read more
How did Rajeev Khandelwal’s Samrat & Co get its title?
There is a quirky story as to how the detective drama got its name. Read on to know…
The makers of Bollywood’s ambitious detective saga Samrat & Co, releasing on April 25 are indeed grateful to Nitin Desai, the famous art director of B-town films. Says producer Kavita Barjatya, “Samrat & Co was our working title. However as we grew with the subject and the character of Samrat, we just could not see anything else fitting into the mould. We learnt that the title Samrat was Click here to read more
Samrat & Co trailer: Is Rajeev Khandelwal aping Hollywood actor Benedict Cumberbatch?
The trailer of Rajeev Khandelwal starrer Samrat & Co is out and though this detective film looks pretty decent, it did reminded us of BBC’s hit television show Sherlock
Directed by Kaushik Ghatak and produced by Kavita K Barjatya under the Rajshri Productions banner, Samrat & Co stars the very talented actor Rajeev Khandelwal and Madalsa Sharma. Click here to read more
After 24, Anil Kapoor to feature in desi Sherlock Holmes
The 24 actor will now play the role of the iconic detective
A latest court ruling has cleared the way for India to have its very own Sherlock Holmes to be played by Bollywood star Anil Kapoor. Reports of a Punjabi version of the iconic detective portrayed by Kapoor can now become a reality after a Click here to read more
Video: What was Sherlock Holmes doing in Delhi?
We heard a rumour that the ace detective was briefly in the Indian capital to help the Delhi Police solve a crime using his expert methods…
Last we saw, Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch), was dead. He fell from the terrace of a tall building and bled his life away, even as Dr Watson (Martin Freeman) watched, aghast and grieving. Click here to read more
Why is Ranbir Kapoor on a weight loss spree?
The Besharam actor is losing weight for his upcoming film opposite Katrina Kaif
A lot has been said about Ranbir Kapoor‘s first film as a producer. RK along with Anurag Basu will jointly form Picture Shuru Productions, and Jagga Jasoos will be the debut film from the production house. Click here to read more
After Ranbir Kapoor, Vidya Balan turns detective!
After RK turned detective for Jagga Jasoos, the Ghanchakkar actor will turn desi Sherlock Holmes in her next film
Vidya Balan has charmed many with her acting prowess and by pulling off different roles effortlessly. And once again the versatile actor is ready to play a character which most leading ladies in B-town wouldn’t. Click here to read more
Kavita Barjatya’s Samrat and Co – definitely not Bollywood’s first detective hero!
Rajshri Productions latest character Samrat is being touted as Hindi cinema’s first detective hero. Cineswami tells you otherwise…
We received a communiqué from the Barjatyas – they of the Rajshri fame – claiming that their new production Samrat and Co is presenting Hindi cinema’s ‘first detective hero’. As George Santayana said, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” Let us be the first to give producer Kavita Barjatya and director Kaushik Ghatak a quick history lesson. Click here to read more