A special screening of the upcoming big budget action bonanza Race 3 was held in Mumbai on Tuesday night. The screening saw close friends and family of the cast and crew of Race 3 come in to watch the Salman Khan-starrer. What caught our eye was that apart from the regulars, cricketer MS Dhoni was also spotted at the screening with wife Sakshi. The cast of Race 3 including Salman, Jacqueline Fernandez, Bobby Deol, Anil Kapoor and Daisy Shah were also seen attending the show.
The Khans, Bachchans, and Kapoors might have been our all-time favorites but we (as audience) have always welcomed the newcomers in this industry with open arms. The new faces in Bollywood bring a whiff of fresh air and lots of new energy, spirit, and attitude for their viewers. Here's a list of 5 much-anticipated newcomers in Bollywood this year to watch out for.
Kajol’s wax figure is the newest addition to the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards Experience zone at Madame Tussauds Singapore, where fans are able to re-live the glamour of Bollywood awards ceremonies. She joins other Bollywood stars including Shah Rukh Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai, Madhuri Dixit and Ranbir Kapoor. Kajol is one of India’s most successful and highest-paid actresses who has won many awards for her roles in Hindi cinema. A professional Madame Tussauds sculpting team took five months to create the wax figure of the 43-year-old actress. The dress Kajol’s figure is wearing was one of her famous red carpet look in 2017. “I was really impressed with the amount of work that went into it… from the texture of the hair to the 20 eyeballs to choose from, it was really really detailed and I hope that all that hard work is definitely going to be worth it,” said Kajol, who was Singapore for the unveiling ceremony with her daughter, Nysa, on 24 May.
Out of many genres of cinema, adult comedy is one, where Bollywood fails miserably. It takes a creator with extra prowess to blend comedy and sex without rendering it vulgar and most Bollywood directors struggle in achieving the balance.
Bollywood franchises are the new ‘In’ thing these days… but after a point it would be just so much better if they stopped adding more titles to their series which are already struggling to fill uo the theatres. We get it, the original movie was mind-blowing, and the next one did moderately well too – but now please do us a favor a stop adding to the list of failures. At least these seven franchises should call it a day already.
Bipasha Basu is one fitness freak and her social media accounts are a testimony to that.She had previously released a set of DVDs to inspire people to hit the gym and get rid of fat.Now, the 'Alone' actress has decided to set up a digital platform which will be holistically dedicated to staying healthy and fit.
Raise your hand if you are livid about the unfortunate remake of Madhuri Dixit’s epic rendition of ek…do…teen…. Yeppp, me too. Talk about slaughtering perfection!
Music and dance have been an inevitable part of Indian movies since its very inception. Though in yesteryears the major numbers were performed by special dancers like Helen, the term item girl was not coined until Malaika Arora climbed up the roof of a moving train and gave us all the feels.
While promoting her upcoming movie, Vivegam, the 25-year-old filled in the reporter on her religion conversion. Kamal Hassan’s younger daughter, moved by its teachings and principles, adopted Buddhism.
The Emmy award winning designer behind Game of Thrones, Michele Clapton, has developed an increasingly impressive repertoire in the past few years. The designer has faced one of her biggest challenges yet, highlighting through costume the descent of Westeros into Winter. The show is known for its strong female characters, do you purposefully try to empower women through dress?
Thanks to social media and the ever enthusiast paparazzi we have stayed abreast of the advancements in her life, if anyone has stolen her thunder, much to our delight its none other than the cherubic Taimur Ali Khan. Motherhood introduces a myriad changes in women, for Kareena, all of these changes have compounded to mold her into the best version of herself. Taimur, reminding many of the atrocious emperor that lived long ago, evoked sentiments no parents wish for their child.
If reports are to be believed Shah Rukh Khan will be paid a whopping Rs 30 crores for a week for his new show, Ted Talks: Ek nayi Soch, which is scheduled to be aired on Star Plus from September, this year.
If you’ve been on Google homepage today, you will know that today is the 44th anniversary of the birth of Hip Hop music. Forty-four years ago, hip-hop was born at a party in the Bronx when DJ Kool Herc used two turntables to isolate and extend the breakbeat of a song, inspiring people to cut loose on the dance floor.
‘Jab Harry Met Sejal’ starring Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma makes for a fun watch. This is one served with a dash of humour and lots of travel. Imtiaz Ali well understands the complexities of a romantic relationship. For those of us who have had too much of Ali’s edgy and dark love stories, this one comes as a breath of fresh air. Rummana Ahmed reviews this complete entertainer.
Karan Johar, the director: Being the son of a producer, Karan was obsessed with Bollywood right from childhood but was too embarrassed to admit in front of his ‘Malabar Hill’ friends as they used to look down upon Bollywood. During childhood and teenage, Yash Chopra, a family friend, was his favourite director.
These actresses are your ideal daughter-in-law, sister-in-law or wife – Oh, the ever so sacrificing woman of India, the manifestation of familial virtues that would submit to every brutality presented to her by life to uphold the dignity of marriage and relationship. Honestly though, all that self-deprivation looks fine on screen, not so great in real life. For when the blow strikes your face, ladies, retiring to the kitchen and shedding tears in silence isn’t the best choice. Learn the art of life from your favourite telly actresses who combated domestic violence and dealt with it.
I heard someone saying, the two things that any and every Indian hold closest to their hearts are Maa, and Cinema. It’s only obviously that the compound of the two has to be magical. Mothers have been painted in many colors on the India silver screen.
Alia Bhatt is beautiful – no doubts, she gets all the guys that chulll thing (whatever it means) – well okay.. I also agree that the Kala Chashma does magic on Katrina’s gora mukhra, and these ladies know how to shake it and make any song the party anthem of the nation. But can we all just agree that the OG of Bollywood dancing is none but Madhuri Dixit? No?
Indians can be bickering and quarreling with each other round the year – but nobody should test their patriotism when an external enemy hovers around India’s borders. You challenge us, good neighbors, and trust us, we are not South Indians, North Indians, East or West Indians. We abandon all these directional prefixes from our identity and become Indians – at least during such times. We are also a nation driven and motivated largely by our movies –and so, from time to time, our favorite stars occupy the silver screen donning the Olive Pride.
When it comes to sharing screen space with new comers even the biggest names in Bollywood get apprehensive. On interviews, Shah Rukh Khan has often mentioned how directors struggled to find him a heroine, because no one showed confidence in a no-name, no-filmy-khandan boy from Delhi. King Khan, however, isn’t one to forget the struggle even after attaining everything and more than what any actor can dream of. So, when time came for him to stand abreast new comers, assuring no one goes through what he dealt with, he welcomed every role opposite new comers with opened arms.
Our actresses are just so beautiful and immaculate round the clock, we can only ogle and heave a sigh. But only those who work behind the scenes know that even the gorgeous Deepika Padukone and Sonam Kapoor can use a little ‘pick me up’ at times. This is when their masterjis a.k.a ace costume designers come into play. Listing out the top designers of Bollywood who have made the Indian actress embodiment of grace
Celebrities and rumors go hand in hand, but some rumors are just too over the board, even for Bollywood standards. Everything else is fine, but no one should design a death hoax because death is plainly the farthest thing from being entertaining. Now listen up you trolls, you want to create ripples? Give us some link-ups, hook-ups stories, everyone digs a good scandal
…And no one raises a brow, dude doesn’t get any flak for it either. In fact the confidence he does it with, abducting the loser’s girl for that matter, seems to be the legit thing to do every single time. Ironically this degeneracy is exactly what makes girls fall for him, and even at the ripe age of 50 he continues to win hearts of a million beauties around the globe - effortlessly. Here are 11 instances of SRK taking the cake away from the second lead’s platter.