His first film did well and he should have his plate full with new assignments, but Varun Dhawan begs to differ. He wants to stick to one film policy and for the time being he would also like to stay single. "I am doing a film, energies are focused there. I am a firm believer in doing just one film at a time. I am new and should concentrate," Varun told IANS. After debuting with "Student Of The Year" (SOTY), which did fairly good business at the box office, the youngster will be next seen in his father David Dhawan's "Main Tera Hero". His performance in "Student Of The Year" was greatly app
Despite an over two-decade stint in filmmaking business and quite a few hits to his credit, director Sangeeth Sivan calls himself a struggler in comparison to his filmmaker brother Santosh Sivan. Son of filmmaker Sivan, he is active in the Malayalam movies since 1990 and is known for making films like "Yodha" and "Nirnayam". He is equally well-versed with Bollywood, thanks to his Hindi directorial ventures "Zor", "Kyaa Kool Hai Hum" and his forthcoming "Yamla Pagla Deewana 2", coming out June 6. "He (Santosh) has reached a point where he does not have to do films for a living. He is in a pla
Altaf Raja, who has shot for a song in forthcoming movie "Ghanchakkar", will perform live with the film's lead actor Emraan Hashmi in three cities for promoting the fun drama. "Emraan and Altaf will perform live in three cities, including Delhi, Ahmedabad and Indore. The promotions will begin by the mid of June," said a source. Directed by Rajkumar Gupta, the film will see Emraan Hashmi and Vidya Balan as husband and wife. It is slated for a June 28 release.
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It will be a double bonanza for actress Tannishtha Chatterjee at the ongoing 66th Cannes International Film Festival as the theatrical promo of her another film "Jal" will be unveiled there. India is the guest country at the festival and "Jal" will be unveiled at the India Pavillion. She has gone there to represent her movie "Monsoon Shootout", but will also be present at the unveiling of "Jal" promo, which is based on scarcity of water in Rann of Kutch, Gujarat. Directed by Girish Mallik, the movie, produced by Oneworld Films Pvt. Ltd, will also have a screening for selected dignitaries Ma
Yusuf, who has been guarding Bollywood Badshah Shah Rukh Khan on his promotional city tours for years, currently has a new assignment. His job is to guard B-Town's sweetheart Ranbir Kapoor. And, Yusuf felt a sense of deja vu when he accompanied Ranbir to Indore and Kanpur three days ago to promote 'Yeh Jaawani Hai Deewani'.
A unit source says, "There were around 8,000 people at the Kanpur mall where Ranbir visited and about 1,000 at the Indore hotel booked for his stay. The organisers and Yusuf had a tough time getting the actor into the elevator. The security guard had only experienced so
Leading actor and Rajasthan Royals' co-owner Preity Zinta is shaken by the spot-fixing scandal to hit the Indian Premier Legaue (IPL) and says if the charges of spot-fixing are true, it would be bad for the game. Rajasthan Royals' three cricketers, including India fast bowler Sreesanth, who had also played for Preity's Kings XI Punjab IPL team, had been arrested last week for spot-fixing. She said: "Look, I'd still like to give the accused the benefit of the doubt. But if the allegations are true, then it's really really sad for the country, for the game and for the IPL." "So much faith is
Looks like the grunge look, with unstyled, messy, unkempt facial hair is back. Otherwise how does one explain the facial fuzz that has caught on among Bollywood heroes. Call it a coincidence, or a new trend that we have five hotties — Ranbir Kapoor, Shahid Kapoor, Imran Khan, Ranveer Singh and Sidharth Malhotra — taking a break from their clean-shaven looks to sport that grunge look for their forthcoming films.
Be it rough-and-tough ruffian or the urban boy, irrespective of the character, the messier they get the look, the higher they score on the hotness quotient, we thin
Be it films, television, theatre, or writing a book, Tisca Chopra has mastered all mediums. Wearing her signature soothing smile, Tisca was in Ahmedabad recently when we caught up with her for a quick chat. After films like Taare Zameen Par and Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji, Tisca has had a quiet few months where her screen presence took a miss. But Tisca explains saying, "It might seem as if I have been away from the limelight for a while, but I had been busy working on a few projects, one of which a film named Rahasya is set to release. I will also be seen soon in the film Ankur Arora Murder Case
"Agneepath" fame director Karan Malhotra is ready with his wish list for the cast of his second film "Shuddhi", but denies approaching Danny Denzongpa for it. Rumours were rife that Danny, known for his roles in film like "Hum", has been approached to play the negative role in "Shuddhi". "This is a false news. I never approached Danny for this film. I have my wish list ready for the film. We will rope in some strong veteran actor, but we have not approached anybody so far," Malhotra told IANS. The filmmaker, who debuted as a director with "Agneepath" remake, which saw Rishi Kapoor in a nega
South remakes have become a trend in Bollywood which is here to stay. Whether it's a Rowdy Rathore, Ghajini, Wanted or Singham, the formula seems to work. Ace director Sangeeth Sivan, who hails from the South and has made films in Malayalam and Hindi, believes Salman is the only one who can carry off such remakes. Sivan who has had a successful collaboration with actor Mohanlal in films like Yodha, Gandharvam and Nirnayam, believes that in Bollywood, no one can beat Salman. Says Sangeeth, "It's difficult to surpass Salman Khan because he's a better actor and a star that belongs to another le