As far as filmy formulas are concerned, feuding families opposed to love birds is one of Bollywood's oldest and most minted one. This week's release, Jai Mummy Di is centred around two warring moms whose kids fall in love. We take the opportunity to revisit some of the famous love stories that weathered against family enmity.
The massive outpour of both support as well as opposition against the government's new Citizenship Amendment Act brings to mind images from classic films and television series such as Garam Hava, Buniyaad, Tamas and Maachis.
In the first month of the new millennium, Bollywood witnessed a phenomenon like none. Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai, a love story with a sparkling soundtrack and featuring two fresh-faced debutants set the box office on fire. On its 20th anniversary, we look at some interesting trivia about the blockbuster movie.
Karan Arjun was the last hurrah of the 90s masala multi-starrers before Bollywood discovered a new language at the turn of the century. Here are some interesting facts about the reincarnation-revenge drama.
While 2019 gave Bollywood a few big hits, there were also many opulently mounted films, carrying huge expectations, which bit the dust at the ticket counters.
Sharp undercover agents, resolute housewives, and successful career women -- here are some of the most memorable performances from Bollywood’s leading ladies.
Arriving in head-turning ensembles at every event, she ended up collecting one from almost every Award night she attended. While Sara took to Instagram to boast all her 7 awards from 2019, we thought of sharing more about these glimmering events and the trophies she bagged, with her fans. Pic courtesy: Sara Ali Khan Instagram Stories The elegant and vivacious addition to Bollywood started her year by bagging the Fresh Face Of The Year award at the Nykaa.com Femina Beauty Awards 2019.
Rappers, rockers, lovers, fighters, and good boys gone rogue — here are some of the most memorable performances of this decade.
This year, we saw impressive performances by actresses like Bhumi Pednekar, Alia Bhatt, Yami Gautam and Priyank Chopra among others.
2019 is almost over and it has been a year of some really wonderful and well-crafted performances in Bollywood. Let’s decode who are those few performances who were world-class but a bit underrated. Read on… Sushant Singh Rajput In Sochiriya : The true winner in Sonchiriya when it came to performances has to be Sushant Singh […]The post Summing Up 2019 : Here Are The Most Underrated Performances Of 2019 appeared first on Popdiaries.
Performances that paved the way for stardom, resurrected careers, and cemented legacy – we look back at Hindi cinema’s very best in the last 10 years.
'Every picture tells a story' and this holds absolute truth when it comes to Bollywood as well. Apart from their films, Bollywood celebrities also grab headlines for creating some memorable moments for the lens. Some of these clicks spread like wildfire
Some bulked up, some toned down, some were subtle while some were striking -- let’s look at the year’s most successful onscreen transformations.
Be it the landmark Arth by Mahesh Bhatt, the ever alluring Silsila, or Sanjeev Kapoor’s Pati, Patni aur Woh, the remake of which will hit the cinemas tomorrow, the subject, despite raising eyebrows will excite cine-goers always. Let us know which is your favorite in the comment section below. Though Silsila didn’t command huge profits at the time of release, it has achieved the status of being a cult over the decades. The romantic tragedy starring three of the greatest actors of their times was blessed with Yash Chopra’s peerless direction and timeless music by Shiv-Hari.
Sequels are in flavour this season in Bollywood, with films such as Houseful and Dabangg back on screen with their subsequent instalments. Here, expectations run high and filmmakers are under the extra pressure of ensuring that the sequels do as well, or even better than the previous ones. Here are 10 Bollywood sequels that have managed to be as good as the original movie and sometimes, have even surpassed their success. Voted as the best Bollywood comedy film of all times, the 2000 cult film Hera Pheri, featuring Paresh Rawal as the shortsighted, dim-witted but kind landlord, Baburao Ganpatrao Apte, had the audience rolling with laughter.
Do let us know who you feel are overrated. Bollywood has banked on Salman Khan’s popularity and huge fan following and producers are ready to invest their money into his films due to this. Versatility has never been his strong point and Khan even managed to end up looking like a caricature in Tubelight, a film that had potential, but did not run at box office. As for his acting skills and choice of films, Race 3, Prem Rattan Dhan Paayo, Har Dil Jo Pyaar Karega, prove just how much more work is needed.