Bollywood & romance go hand in hand. We would be lying if we say that we don't think of our partner, when we come across a mushy scene, while watching a film! In fact, films are the reason, why everybody wants their love story to be every bit romantic and 'hatke'. Speaking of love and romance, Valentine's Day is round the corner and we have brought to you, five Bollywood proposal scenes that will always be etched in our hearts.
Celebrities came together at the special screening of the movie ‘Thackeray’, which stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui in the lead. Check out the pictures.
On the Pongal day in Tamil Nadu, the poster of Indian 2, the proposed sequel to the hugely successful Indian, was released amidst fanfare. Kamal Haasan’s Vishwaroopam-2, which he with typical enigmatism described as both a sequel and a prequel, flopped spectacularly at the box-office. This being the case, why are sequels made with alarming regularity in Tamil?
The 52-year-old Krishnamoorthy Sivagnanam says that he has been a Rajinikanth fan even before he became a movie fan. The first film he remembers seeing of Rajini was ‘Aadu Puli Aatam’. Rajini’s character name in the movie is Rajini (for the record, Kamal Haasan, who plays the hero, is named Kamal in the film), and Rajini’s punchline in the film is: “Rajini style.” (So the first person to coin and say ‘Rajini style’ was Rajini himself.
Sara Ali Khan’s debut film Kedarnath hits the screens on 7 December. The film also stars Sushant Singh Rajput and has been directed by Abhishek Kapoor. The makers arranged a special screening for Bollywood, which was attended by Sara herself, along with Jahnvi Kapoor, Ishaan Khatter, Kartik Aaryan, Ananya Pandey, Abhishek and Pragya Kapoor, Kiran Rao among others.
Karan Johar’s iconic film ‘Kal Ho Naa Ho’ completes 15 long years today. Aman, Naina and Rohit are characters that we we fell in love with, who enjoyed seeing on-screen and will stay with us for a long time; be it in the form of the songs, the bromance or the friendly banter and witty dialogues.
Some couples just light up the silver screen. Whether it is Rishi Kapoor and Dimple Kapadia, or Ranveer and Deepika or even Dharmendra and Hema Malini or SRK and Juhi - these actors are pure magic when paired together for a film.
‘Baazaar’ builds up quite well with the key players belting out convincing performances, but it falters in the second half. The thrills wane and you are left with a tepid tale that fails to keep you consistently engaged.