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.
At the special screening of Parineeti Chopra and Arjun Kapoor starrer movie ‘Namaste England’, the Kapoor sisters, Janhvi, Khushi and Anshula, came in to support the ‘Bhaiya’ Arjun. The three girls seemed to have enjoyed the movie, especially in each other’s company. And like they say, happy girls are the prettiest! Aren’t they? – Images by Yogen Shah
The much awaited for Yash Raj Films’ epic adventure film ‘Thugs of Hindostan’ was released Thursday morning. The stars of the film including Aamir Khan, Amitabh Bachchan and Katrina Kaif showed up for the launch of the trailer at a multiplex in Mumbai. ‘Thugs of Hindostan’ is directed by Vijay Krishna Acharya and releases on 8 November.
There are bad songs and good songs, and then there are those songs that go viral. We bring you a list of songs that social media simply loved and copied. Vote for the best one.
Bollywood’s favourite bad-cum-funny man turns a year older today. As Shakti Kapoor turns 66, we remember his most memorable roles and ask you to vote for your favourite.
How often have you believed a friend’s scary ghost story? Most of us may have heard of terrifying tales involving a spirit or an ‘aatma’ and then suffered endless nightmares as kids (and even as adults).
Bollywood movies can not only be entertaining, but also creative. The all-time favourite professions in India, like medicine, engineering and law, have lost significance as they are replaced with fresh stock of options that the youth can choose from.
Some of the most classic Bollywood songs are the ones that have made us ROFL. Interestingly enough, many of the songs in this list are songs from the golden era of Indian cinema, and they make us laugh out as loud today as they did in the 60s and 70s.
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.
These Bollywood baddies are so bad, they’re super good! We bring you the classic Bollywood villains that our film industry has entertained us with in the past, and ask you, who is the baddest of them all?
Ishaan Khattar and Janhvi Kapoor’s romantic drama ‘Dhadak’ is releasing this weekend. The movie has been one of the most awaited films, thanks to it being based on Marathi hit movie ‘Sairat’ and Sridevi’s daughter’s debut.
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.
With hits like Saudagar, 1942: A Love Story, Khamoshi, Dil Se.., and Mann, it is not surprising to know that Manisha Koirala was one of the highest paid actresses of the 90s, in Bollywood. Coming from a political family (her father is a politician and a former minister of environment and her grandfather was was the Prime Minister of Nepal during the late 1950s to the early 1960s), Manisha aspired to become a doctor before trying her hand at modelling.
Marathi hit film ‘Sairat’s dance song ‘Zingaat’ has been a hit in the nation. Meanwhile, the new ‘Zingaat’, choreographed by none other than Farah Khan, did not impress many. When the song was released, #Zingaatruined started trending on Twitter, with people sharing their views on the song, along with hilarious memes and GIFS.