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!
2017 has rolled by. There were many films which flopped this year. So naturally, some actors lowered their acting fee. A few of them hiked their price for obvious reasons. SpotboyE.com brings you the latest rate-card of the professional fees of some of our B-town ladies. (Spotboye)
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.
Its a weird weird world – this film industry, I tell you. Don’t let them fool you with these beautiful faces and hearty smiles that easily conceal those real feelings they harbour deep within. You may smile ear to ear and feign as much cordiality – but we know you can’t stand each other one bit.
A lanky little 11 year old, what would come out of those feeble chords, thought many- but couldn’t shut my opened mouth for my jaw had fallen on the floor as she belted out a classical number perfected by none other than the very revered Lata Mangeshkar herself – who would dare to try the complicated notes of Sunio ji araj from Lekin, none other than Shreya Ghoshal. With Devdas completing 15 years last week, the precious discovery of Sa Re Ga Ma… has also completed 15 years in the industry. Here are 15 jewels from her unparalleled vocal chords.
Little Taimur is not even a year old, but has the media wrapped around his finger already.
“Mere paas maa hain”, that iconic line from the movie Dewaar, which became the subject of many jokes, since, epitomised the mother of yesteryear’s Bollywood – sacrificial, weepy, sometimes strong, but mostly made from the same mould. Cut to today and Bollywood’s love affair with its moms continues, albeit in a different avatar. Today’s mothers love the good life, are cheeky, fashionable and revengeful – as both Sridevi and Raveena Tandon showed in their recent films – Maa and Maatr, respectively.
The formal denial of the stars aside, Bollywood is a tough race, everyone is constantly striving to outdo the next. Excelling in this race often calls for changing tracks and our actors don’t mind leaping from one to another – we are talking movies – even it is in the middle of production.
From its introduction in the late 70s to early 90s, television was snubbed as the less glamorous younger sibling of the big screen. Only those who couldn’t make it to movies would feature in serials and hardly were looked as at celebs. The notion was shattered when Ekta Kapoor joined the business and remodelled the art of soap opera.
The obsession with cinema knows no limits, it is infinite; growing by the hour, expanding itself on the minds of cine goers from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, Gandhinagar to Itanagar.
Love has never been afar from being a roller-coaster ride. But the highs and the lows are a li’l too appalling when the ones involved are celebrated by millions and their love-life, including the tussels and tangles, are always under the radar. Here are 7 celeb couples that had their fall out and found themselves at the receiving end of a hot slap right amidst public view.