Suhana Khan’s Vogue cover garnered a lot of attention, unfortunately, the reasons were not what we would have liked them to be. The teen received much criticism and turned into a butt of cruel jokes by netizens, for no particular fault of hers – unless, you count being born to a sinfully successful celebrity as an offense.
There are movies that made purely for entertainment and then there are movies that share a deep message with their stories, visuals and even music and songs. So when it comes to being riled up with pride about your country and its history, these Bollywood movies have hit the mark.
Although Bollywood in the 90s may have been ruled by the male actors, it is the actresses of that time that always caught our eye. Be it Urmila Matondkar’s innocence in ‘Rangeela’ or Raveena Tandon’s sexiness in movies like ‘Ziddi’ and ‘Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi’. The 90s saw the emergence of many top actresses, known not only for their beauty but also talent.
Team Dhadak celebrated the success of their film in Mumbai on Thursday night. While Dhadak was appreciated for being a sincere effort and competent as a stand alone film, it was also seen lacking the the realism and raw impact of the original, Sairat.
It’s all over between Farhan Akhtar and Shraddha Kapoor we guess, as the ‘Rock On’ star is believed to have moved on to get up close and personal with Shibani Dandekar. Did Shakti Kapoor play the villain? Farhan and Shibani knew each other since November 2015.
When we think Bollywood, apart from the movies making crores of rupees, we think glamour and a opulent lifestyle of our stars. That would include a wardrobe full of designer labels, stays in the most luxurious hotels, and partying in the grandest way possible. And when it comes to partying, the thought of expensive drinks should be the first to come to your mind. But many of your favorite stars don’t share your fondness of alcohol. In fact, those how are the fittest of the lot steer clear of alcohol and smoking. Here are 12 of such celebrities who keep alcohol at bay.
The year that was 1947 remains to be one of the most important years in the history of India. But the year holds equal, if not more, significance in the history of Indian cinema also. From the debut of Raj Kapoor and Madhubala, to the first major hit of Dilip Kumar, there are many milestones we crossed that year, with our wonderful movies. Here are 10 movies from 1947, you must watch, whenever you have a couple of spare hours.
Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif walked the ramp for Manish Malhotra on Wednesday evening in Mumbai. Janhvi Kapoor, Ishaan Khatter, Sara Ali Khan, Madhuri Dixit, Bhumi Pednekar and several other B-town ladies were in attendance.
Vogue India, the country’s leading fashion, beauty, luxury and lifestyle multi-media brand, honoured India’s best faces, beauty products, services, and experts at the ninth edition of the annual Vogue Beauty Awards at Taj Lands Ends, Mumbai on 31st July 2018. Hosted by the beautiful Dia Mirza, along with Vogue India’s Editor-in-Chief Priya Tanna and Beauty Editor, the glitzy event was attended by several celebrities, socialites, and senior representatives of eminent beauty brands in the country.
Few 18-year-olds in the country generate as much interest as Suhana Khan. While there are the genes courtesy her famous parents, what makes her special is a rare confidence and clarity.Suhana was styled by Anaita Adajania Shroff and shot by Errikos Andreou for Vogue India’s August 2018 issue.
A whole decade ago, Yash Raj Films brought to us this beautiful actress, who went on to win a million hearts, including that of the skipper of our cricket team. Alongside Deepika Padukone, Anushka is one of those very few actresses who made it – and made it big – in the industry, despite the absence of a filmy linage.
The hallmarks of the ‘Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster’ franchise have been intrigue, longing, betrayal and revenge. This one has the biwi (Mahie Gill) holding the reins of the erstwhile empire and commanding a hefty clout as the elected local politician. Saheb, Aditya Pratap Singh (Jimmy Shergill), is behind bars for a murder he didn’t commit and seething with rage at his wife’s manipulative ways.
After Priyanka was spotted at Salman Khan’s residence early this week, ‘Bharat’ director Ali Abbas Zafar has tweeted that she will no longer be a part of his ambitious project – breaking hearts of fans everywhere who were looking forward to Salman and Priyanka reuniting after a very long time. There have been speculations about Priyanka and Nick Jonas going strong, even to the point of marriage.
The first in this series is Suriya. Meet the original ‘Singam’, Saravanan Sivakumar, better known by his stage name ‘Suriya’, who turned 43 on July 23rd, 2018. Suriya was born in 1975 to Tamil film actor Sivakumar and his wife Lakshmi and named Saravanan.
Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khattar have been allover promoting their film ‘Dhadak’, which is set to release tomorrow. While their promotional style may have caught the eye of many, we can’t get over how comfortable the young actors are in each other’s company. Funny and goofy, these two are stars are already stealing our hearts.
As our favourite girl Priyanka spends her 36th birthday with her favourite man Nick Jonas, we dug up some old never-seen-before pictures of the former Miss World.
Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor’s wife Mira Rajput glowed at her grand baby shower, organised by her close friends and family at her residence in Juhu. Shahid and Mira are expecting their second child.
Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter’s Dhadak is all set to release on 20 July. The makers held a special screening of the film for their friends and well-wishers. Sonam Kapoor even took to Instagram after watching the film and congratulated Janhvi for making a “fantastic debut”. Almost the entire Kapoor khandaan came to watch Janhvi’s film including, Anil, Sunita, Boney, Khushi, Sanjay, Maheep, and Mohit Marwah with Antara Motiwala.
The sexy actress turns 35 today! Katrina Kaif, who now calls India her home, rose to enormous fame, thanks to her unbelievably fit body, her mysterious persona, her item numbers and of course, her relationships.
These little actors had once won us over with their cuteness. While repeated telecasts of old films like Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, Koi Mil Gaya, and Sooryavanshi in Zee Cinema and Sony leave me nostalgic, I often end up wondering, what exactly are these kids doing nowadays.
Shaad Ali’s ‘Soorma’, based on the life of former Indian hockey captain Sandeep Singh, is an incredible saga of a man who battled paralysis and made a comeback to the national side. This inspirational story slackens now and then, but the premise and its treatment, make it eminently watchable.
Sports movies are not only inspiring but they also share a great message of never giving up and following your dream, especially when it comes to real-life sport stars and their struggles to reach the top. Bollywood too is highly inspired by these athletes. There are as many as ten biopics that are in the making, from hockey player Balbir Singh’s life to cricketer Kapil Dev’s triumphs, to name a few.
Soorma is all set to hit theatres on 13 July but members of film and sports fraternity were invited for a special screening of the movie two days prior to its release. Sachin Tendulkar with wife Anjali Tendulkar and daughter Sara Tendulkar, Zaheer Khan with wife, actor Sagarika Ghatge, Divya Dutta, Shabana Azmi, Subhash Ghai, Aparshakti Khurrana, Choreographer Vaibhavi Merchant, Chitrangda Singh and Angad Bedi who is playing the role of Vikramjeet in the film also watched the film on Wednesday evening.