The first look of Preity Zinta's debut production " Ishkq In Paris" is out -- and it has a postcard feel to it with picture perfect images set in Paris.It features three settings -- an image of a man and a woman gaping at the Eiffel Tower in the evening; clinking glasses at a bar lounge in the early hours of morning, and then walking out of a library cafe early morning.The settings look classic, with the protagonists dressed in a chic, formal way. The faces of the man and woman in the poster cannot be seen, but their outfits seem to be in tune with perfection.Ishkq In Paris, directed
TOI brings you the craziest Hinglish lines mouthed by Ajay Devgn in Bol BachchanTujhe paakar meri chaati aur bhi chaudi ho gayi hai — My chest has become blouse.Saale ko kutte ki maut maarunga — Brother-in-law will die Tommy's death.Jabh bade baat kar rahe ho, toh beech mein toka nai karte — When elders get cosy, youngers don't put their nosy.Bagal mein chora aur shehar mein dhindhora— Boy under armpit and hypercity noise pollution.Aata Maajhi Satakli — Now my head gear has gone to the sides.English is a very funny language —&nb
Making a sequel to the successful adult comedy "Delhi Belly" is not on the radar of filmmakerAbhinay Deo now, but he says that he has three more films in hand.
" Delhi Belly 2 is not on the cards at the moment. The writer and I need to sit down and write it, if we feel we have material," Abhinay told IANS.
"I'm doing three more movie projects and all three are in the writing stage. I'll talk more about that later," he said.
Abhinay's first directorial venture, Game, did not do well. But his second, Delhi Belly, was a runaway success.
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There are other films too that the Censor Board is not allowing to be telecast on TV. Or so claim filmmakers including another National Award-winning Sudhir Mishra, whose " Yeh Saali Zindagi" has been hanging fire with the CB for some months now.According to the filmmaker, he had sought the Censor Board's approval to showcase "YSZ" - which was originally given an 'A' certificate - on TV in October last year. Despite making the cuts asked for by the Board, which included editing scenes of violence and trimming down the kisses the film was famous for, and re-submitting the film in
Over 300 alumni of Hindu College are expected to participate in the Hostel Alumni Reunion meet scheduled for tomorrow and day after tomorrow, where they will stay overnight at the hostel. Their lunch will also be prepared in the hostel mess. Pradeep Loyalka, an alumnus and the secretary of Association of Hindu College Hostel Alumni (AHHA), told us, "This year the response of the alumni is even more overwhelming than last year and we are expecting more than 300 ex-students. Well-known faces from different sectors - sports, politics, Bollywood, banking, and others have already sent their confi
What happens when a little child Mishti comes out of the blue into the life of a man who wants to end his life? In case of this Ananth Mahadevan film, Jackie Shroff realises Life Is Good! The trailer unveiling of the Ekta-Anand Shukla Produced film, directed by Ananth Mahadevan happened at Cinemax, Versova.It was a moment to cherish with Jackie Shroff enjoying moments with the little girl who gives him a new lease of life in the film. Besides Ananth Mahadevan, Jackie Shroff, Sunita Chaya accompanied by husband Harsh Chaya, Ekta and Anand Shukla, Sanya, Ananya and Ankita, composer A
Ranbir Kapoor in his forthcoming film 'Barfii' reminds you a lot of Chaplin and his own grandfather Raj Kapoor. The trailer of Anurag Basu's forthcoming film starring Ranbir Kapoor was released a dew days back in Mumbai. The trailer looked like a tribute to the golden era of silent cinema. Ranbir plays a deaf and mute character. His funny portrayal along with the beautiful background score was clearly Chaplin-esque. It also bore resemblance to Ranbir's grandfather Raj Kapoor's innocence as an actor. Basu however denied the film being silent. Ranbir added, "I play this happy go lucky guy B
Impressed by Bollywood star Akshay Kumar's exercise schedule, actress Kaajal Vashisht ("Rowdy Rathore" fame) too is bitten by the fitness bug and has recently joined karate classes.
""I am a huge fan of Akshay Kumar. He is so fit. He is truly an inspiration to a lot of people, and I am one of them. He told me that his fitness mantra is his regular martial arts practice. So I thought why not undergo martial arts training."
Maybe that's the reason Akshay's new fan Kaajal is spending more than three hours a day practicing karate at a gym in South Mumbai. And the results have started to show,
He was voted the seventh-best-looking man in the world and the best looking man in India by US's People magazine in 2004 -- but Salman Khan has maintained his distance from Hollywood, and says he has his reasons.
The Bollywood star unleashed his funny side when asked about the reason at an event organised by Indo-American Chamber Of Commerce (IACC) Wednesday.
"All my friends who have gone to America, they don't even want to come back for a holiday, wonder why. I am an actor, those guys were the 'sensible' ones, educated - engineers, doctors, scientists. These guys went there and made a lot
Southern actress Asin Thottumkal, who featured in Hindi films like "London Dreams", " Ready" and "Housefull 2", wants to reach out to the masses with the help of commercial movies.
"I am satisfied with the work I have done till now. These are my initial years in Bollywood and I want to reach out to maximum number of people and only commercial films can help me achieve that," Asin told IANS.
"Creative satisfaction is important for me. Right now I am looking for characters which can give me creative satisfaction within the commercial format," she said.
The 26-year-old made her Bollywood deb