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Vivek Oberoi to become Daddy!
After Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Shilpa Shetty, Lara Dutta and Celina Jaitly, now it’s the turn of the Kismat Love Paisa Dilli actor’s wife Priyanka Alva to get ready to change diapers
After a long dry spell and a not-so-happening personal life, it surely looks like exuberant days have come knocking at Vivek Oberoi’s door. Click here to read more
Chandrachur Singh: It’s a new beginning for me!
The Maachis man who conquered everyone’s hearts with his earnest performances in the 90s is back in the circuit. In a conversation over coffee, Chandrachur Singh reveals that his next films – Chaar Din Ki Chandni, The Reluctant Fundamentalist and Zilla Ghaziabad – make for some interesting work and he can be expected to be around longer
Recently, while watching Vidya Balan’s The Dirty Picture, I was pleasantly surprised to see the long forgotten Chandrachur Singh in the promos of Chaar Din Ki Chandni that were aired during the intermission. Back in 2009, he attempted to return to Bollywood with his brother’s production, Maruti Mera Dost. But the film failed at the box-office and one never heard of him after that. A few days after watching the promos, I sent him an SMS and he happily agreed to do an interview. Soon we met at one of the suburban hotels after one of his regular workout sessions. Apart from having his left arm in a sling (he dislocated his arm while on the sets of Josh and since then it has become a recurring problem) and putting on a few pounds here and there, the Maachis man looks very much like he did in his first film. And quite literally! He is sporting the handlebar moustache (like he did in Maachis) but without the beard. Click here to read more
Geeta Basra and Harbhajan Singh to marry in September
The secretive couple is finally ready to make their relationship public and official
Geeta Basra and Harbhajan Singh, the couple, who has never spoken about their romance despite being seen together often and has maintained the ‘just good friends’ stance, is ready to take their relationship to the next level. Click here to read more
Why does everybody hate Ram Gopal Varma?
The Department director has not just faced the ire of reviewers, but has now also been snubbed by his lead actor Sunjay Dutt and producer Dharam Uberoi
Ram Gopal Varma has always been known for breaking rules, ever since he made his debut in Bollywood with the Nagarjuna-starrer Shiva. With his latest, Department, he not only broke all the rules of conventional wisdom and filmmaking, he also broke whatever little trust his diehard fans had. Click here to read more
Charmme Kaur, happy birthday!
The Punjabi kudi who created a name for herself in the Telugu film industry turns 24 on May 17
Actor Charmme Kaur was born on May 17, 1987, made her entry into Telugu films in 2002 with Nee Thodu Kaavali, and has clawed her way up the success ladder in this competitive industry. Click here to read more
Happy birthday, Arshad Warsi!
As the ‘Circuit’ of Bollywood turns 44 today, we take a cursory look at the actor’s long journey in the industry. And honestly we think he deserves much more than a handful of supporting roles and regular sidekick characters
Arshad Warsi was born on April 19, 1968. He started his career in B-town with the ABCL production, Tere Mere Sapne (1996) and since then hasn’t looked back. After some solo hero and many ensemble cast films, Arshad was still not getting the kind of success he deserved. Turning judge for a dance reality show or even hosting the first Bigg Boss season on television didn’t do much to give the much needed impetus to his flagging career either. However, his comic acts in Golmaal and his multiple award-winning role of Circuit in the Munna Bhai series have been the saving grace of his Bollywood career till now. Click here to read more
Arshad Warsi to wield the megaphone
After being immortalised as ‘Circuit’ on celluloid, the funny guy is set to don the hat of director for a Vashu Bhagnani production
You must have read here about how Arshad Warsi is tired of playing second fiddle in movies. He has been around for a long time and is doing well for himself, but Arshad is still chasing the ‘elusive solo-hero hit film’ to boast of. You might not remember, but he also produced a film, Hum Tum Aur Ghost, in which he was also the solo hero with Dia Mirza playing his love interest. Click here to read more
Eijaz Khan has big Bollywood plans with ‘Zilla Ghaziabad’!
The Shubh Vivaah actor is happy with the way his filmi career is progressing
Eijaz Khan is back on television. His new show Shubh Vivaah premieres tonight, but what we wonder is why he is not concentrating entirely on his Bollywood career. Isn’t that what all actors ultimately want? Click here to read more
Is Arshad Warsi tired of playing second fiddle?
The Munnabhai actor wants to break into the solo-hero league and is banking heavily on his upcoming flick Jolly LLB to change things for good
Ever since Arshad Warsi stepped into Bollywood he has been vying to find his space in big bad world of films as the solo lead. Nothing like that ever happened; despite the fact that he put his best in all his lead film like, Waisa Bhi Hota Hai, Sehar and a few others. Click here to read more
Milan Luthria jazzes up ‘Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai 2’
Director Milan Luthria’s Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai 2 will not follow any ‘gangster movie trend’
The year began with hit gangster film Agneepath, and it will be followed by Zilla Ghaziabad and Anurag Kashyap‘s Gangs of Wasseypur. But director Milan Luthria who is currently basking in the success of The Dirty Picture says that Once Upon…2 will focus on flamboyance, drama and music. “As far as gangster trends are concerned, I think we stand apart as our take on gangsters is very different. It’s more of a flamboyance, drama, music and dialogues. So it’s a different space and thankfully we are the only ones in that space,” Milan said at an awards function. Click here to read more
Vivek Oberoi gets into a fight with a journalist
Just when we thought things were going well for Vivek Oberoi on personal (happily married to Priyanka Alva) and professional (Krrish sequel, Zilla Ghaziabad, Kismet Luv Paisa Dilli) fronts, he does something that may not be good for his public image. The Rakht Charitra actor was campaigning for Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) leader Jayant Chaudhary in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh for the ongoing assembly polls. During the campaigning, a journalist asked our Bollywood hero an unpleasant question regarding the RLD leaders. Initially, he thought it was a joke but when the journalist insisted for an answer, Vivek lost his cool and manhandled the media person. This isn’t the first time Vivek has let his wrath get the better of him. His public feud with Salman Khan in the past has cost him dearly as it can be seen. But it seems he hasn’t learnt from his mistake. Or maybe controversies are his way of staying in public memory.
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Sanjay Gupta: Vivek Oberoi is a joke
After his fallout with Sanjay Dutt, the Shootout At Wadala director continues to stretch his verbal duel with Asin and Vivek Oberoi
Sanjay Gupta, also known as the DVD filmmaker (thanks to his ‘inspired’ outings like Kaante, Zinda etc) is in a controversy yet again. Last time it was because of his tiff with one-time-best-friend-turned-foe, Sanjay Dutt. This time, he has taken on Vivek Oberoi; who we heard, rejected his film, Shootout At Wadala. Click here to read more
Vivek Oberoi: There is no insecurity, negativity on the sets of ‘Krrish 2’
Bollywood has seen several superheroes like ‘Krrish’ and ‘Ra.One’, but actor Vivek Oberoi, who will soon be seen playing ‘Kaal’, the villain in Rakesh Roshan’s Krrish 2, hopes to give the industry a ‘super-villain’
“When they called me and made me read the script, I read the role and was blown off. I want to play it right and it is all the hard work and effort that is paying off. I wanted to bring to life India’s first super-villain, it was good fun,” the 35-year-old actor said. Click here to read more
Charmme Kaur: Love scenes are boring to do
The buxom beauty you saw in Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap is getting ready for her next – and hopefully more successful – outing in Bollywood, Zilla Ghaziabad
If you are one of the few who saw Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap, you will probably remember a young girl wearing tight-fitting T-shirts and trying to look like Raveena Tandon’s daughter. That’s Charmme Kaur, a Punjabi girl from Mumbai who found her calling in Telugu cinema. At the young age of 15, she played a housewife in the Telugu film Nee Thodu Kaavali. “I was too young to know what I was doing,” she recalls. “I was just doing what Mama and Papa told me to do. Now, of course, I’ve seen it all, done it all.” Click here to read more
Vivek Oberoi turns writer for ‘Zilla Ghaziabad’
The Rakhta Charitra actor has a sizable collection of poems written by him. And some of them might be incorporated in his next film
It seems the current set of Bollywood actors are a multi-talented lot. Most of them can dance, sing, smile, but only some can act. However one thing is certain that if some actors don’t have films they would still manage a flourishing career. And it is because of their personal pursuits. Like Saif Ali Khan enjoys playing the guitar, Priyanka Chopra loves to sing, Neil Nitin Mukesh carries his camera everywhere he goes and Vivek Oberoi likes scribbling his thoughts. Actually poetry. Click here to read more