Sridevi in Himmatwala News
Himmatwala song Bum pe laat: Ajay Devgn kicks Tamannaah’s butt!
In this hilarious number, Ajay Devgn brings together all the kids to kick the backsides of the rich and snooty folks
Today, when movies increasingly feature hot and sexy item numbers, we wonder why would a filmmaker decide to incorporate a kiddie song in an action film. The track Bum pe laat, from Sajid Khan‘s upcoming film Himmatwala, is a fun number performed at Tamannaah’s birthday party. The song starts with an insensitive Tamannaah mouthing Sridevi’s famous dialogue “I hate gareebs!” as Ajay Devgn enters the party. Ajay doesn’t like her snooty attitude and gathers all the little kids around and goes into an assault mode on the pretty babe!Click here to read more
Himmatwala remake: How different is Ajay Devgn’s film from the original?
By the looks of it, seems like this Ajay Devgn starrer is all tacky and over the top
The 1983 Himmatwala starring Jeetendra was no doubt cheesy, loud and completely predictable. Yet, it did make a superstar out of Sridevi, and cemented Jeetendra’s reputation as Click here to read more
Sridevi vs Madhuri Dixit – the divas do battle on Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 5!
The two beauty queens who set the silver screen ablaze with their impossible-to-replicate dance moves through the ’90s are all set to scorch the dance floor on Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 5. We analyse their rich portfolios to know what it is that makes these two stars the ultimate divas of all time and each others’ fiercest competitors
It will be the rarest of rare occasions. Madhuri Dixit Nene and Sridevi, this country’s two super-heroines who ruled the silver screen and hearts through the ’90s, will share the same stage on the popular reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 5. While Mrs Nene is already judging the show with Karan Johar and Remo D’Souza, Sridevi Kapoor will make a guest appearance during the grand finale to be aired on Colors channel on September 30. Click here to read more
Why is Tusshar Kapoor miffed with Sridevi?
Tusshar Kapoor got sentimental and even hyper over Sridevi’s remark on Himmatwala starring his father Jeetendra
When Sridevi was quizzed recently about the remake of her 1983 film Himmatawala, the veteran actor opined that the film was no Mughal-e-Azam. Click here to read more