Aishwarya Rai’s Jazbaa is her first full-fledged action film
Jazbaa director is charged up to work with the Guzaarish star for their next venture
Filmmaker Sanjay Gupta will soon begin work on his ambitious project Jazbaa, starring biggies like Aishwarya Rai and Irrfan Khan, and he says he’s getting charged up with each passing day.
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John Abraham: I want to be stylish and concentrate on my fitness!
The Madras Cafe actor will have to shed 17 kilograms for his upcoming football biopic
Actor-producer John Abraham is experimenting with his looks in 1911, a sports biopic on footballer Sibdas Bhaduri, where he will be seen in a leaner avatar. Click here to read more
John Abraham joins hands with Sanjay Gupta once again!
After tasting the success of Shootout At Wadala the actor-director duo to work together again in an epic revenge saga
Bollywood is set to have its own Rambo! Yes, a little birdie has chirped to us that director Sanjay Gupta is keen to work with John Abraham to produce an action drama of a massive scale. Click here to read more
John Abraham and Sanjay Gupta to team up again for an action-revenge saga
Sanjay Gupta’s underworld crime thriller Shootout At Wadala has opened to positive response at the box office and John Abraham is absolutely thrilled
Actor John Abraham is overjoyed with the kind of response he has received for Shootout at Wadala and wishes to work with Snaju Gupta again. The duo will team up again for an action-packed movie, which will be totally new for the Indian screens – so they say. Click here to read more
Priyanka Chopra’s Babli Badmaash item song – a sad comedown for Sanjay Gupta
Cineswami takes a look at the various item numbers from Sanjay Gupta’s films and thinks that Babli Badmaash is nowhere close to them in terms of entertainment
There was a time when Sanjay Gupta could do no wrong. He looked at the existing methods of shooting songs, ripped apart the rulebook, threw it away, spat on his hands and set about reinventing with gusto. We’re, of course, referring to Kaante and specifically the songs Maahi ve and Ishq samundar. The way Gupta and his team interpreted it, the visuals were slick, sensual, classy and blew whatever little competition there was out of the water. Click here to read more
John Abraham: My only three friends in the industry are Karan Johar, Abhishek Bachchan and Akshay Kumar
The role has to have an edge, says the Bollywood heartthrob, who made sexy look sexier in Jism and grey even greyer in New York. After a decade in movies, John believes his middle-class roots have helped him balance his personal and professional life
John Abraham, who turned producer with the super hit comedy Vicky Donor, doesn’t want to stick to “funny” films. Click here to read more
Holi special feature: What makes Salman Khan go green?
As the day of Holi draws near we explore the greener pastures of B-town
The colour palette of Bollywood houses a tremendous variety of shades. But where does green fit in here? Most people would relate green with nature, but B-town has portrayed several other shades of green – jealousy, hatred and evil. Let’s find out how our movies depict the quality of this bright and refreshing colour. Click here to read more
Has Sanjay Gupta really moved on?
At the launch of his directorial comeback film, Shootout At Wadala, Gups put a brave front when asked about his soured friendship with Sanjay Dutt
There are some friendships which are talked about, long after the friends have fallen apart. One such friendship in B-town was between actor Sanjay Dutt and filmmaker Sanjay Gupta. They had been together for a very long time and their collaboration has resulted in many hit films like Kaante, Zinda, Musafir and Shootout At Lokhandwala. Click here to read more
Sanjay Gupta booked for forgery for ‘Shootout At Wadala’ invite
A case of cheating and forgery has been registered against filmmaker Sanjay Gupta for sending out invites on a letterhead resembling that of the Mumbai police commissioner. “We have registered an FIR (first information report) against Gupta for sending out invites for the promotion of his film Shootout at Wadala on a letterhead resembling that of the Mumbai police commissioner,” said Nandkumar Mhetar, a senior police inspector at Versova police station. “We have sent the summons to his office and asked him to come to the police station and answer our questions. We are awaiting his response,” he added.
Gupta, who has made films like Kaante, Shootout at Lokhandwala and Zinda has been booked for cheating and forgery. He was unavailable for comments despite repeated attempts.Click here to read more