Akshay Kumar and Riteish Deshmukh's rapport and chemistry is the main draw of this Sajid Nadiadwala led film in its third installment of the franchise - ‘Housefull 3.
Other regulars in this franchisee are Boman Irani and Chunkey Pandey.
Housefull 3 showcases three couples - Akshay Kumar and Jacqueline Fernandez, Abhishek Bachchan and Nargis Fakri and Riteish Deshmukh and Lisa Haydon. These 3 girls Ganga (Jacqueline), Jamuna (Nargis) and Saraswati (Lisa) are daughters of the multimillionaire Batuk Patel (Boman Irani).
Mr Patel doesn't want his 3 daughters to get married as he feels there is a curse running down in the family.
Within some time, the father gets Aakhri Pasta to come as the family guru-cum-astrologer and he declares to the girl that if ever the groom of the first girl were to step in Patel's house then Batul Patel would die of an heart attack. The reasons for other two ....
Sajid Nadiadwala led, team Housefull is back with its third installment of the franchise ‘Housefull 3’. Housefull 3 proves to be a celebration of sorts with its trailer exhibiting a fun filled laughter riot. This time the team is not only to bring to celluloid a power packed star cast with triple the dose of entertainment, but also to have…
Dilwale is a one-fourth of DDLJ in its name and the entertainment content. A predictable story line, the film relies much on SRK’s shoulders. To make the matters worse, the film’s promos reminisce the viewer of the hit pair of DDLJ and this comparison makes it worse, as the lead couple lacks the freshness and charm of Raj and Simran of Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge.
Raj (Shahrukh Khan) gets up from a nightmare from his past. He is a docile do-gooder who resides with his younger brother Veer (Varun Dhawan) on whom he dotes on and would go any distance to keep his wishes as he had promised their father Randhir (Vinod Khanna - a haggard) that he will take good care of him.
Raj and Veer are settled in Goa, while the elder bro is easygoing, introvert and philanthropic, his brother is outgoing with a roving eye for all ‘things beautiful’.
One day Veer, while on a car delivery bumps i ....
Mumbai, 25 Dec 2014: For the less fortunate children of some leading NGOs in Mumbai such as Akanksha, Teach ForIndia, Cancer Survivor children from CPAA and Salaam Bombay Foundation get a dream come true present through Mumbai police constabulary contingency. Christmas means different things to different people. The gift is rather glamorous as Bollywood stars descend on their big…
Its OMG! Oh My God revisited. PK is a satire on "God and godmen" with an unique narration, superb performances from the pivotal characters, yet is a lengthy film which stretches on the same issue of having called a 'Wrong Number' while seeking the almighty.
The Managers of God have been again exposed in this film where an alien (resembling human race) comes to earth on his mission to survey the life and times of the inhibitants of this planet.
It is not a futuristic or a sci-fi film, PK deals about the ordeals of the alien man who is clean hearted, doesn't tell lies, doesn't hurt anybody, has the ability to grasp the language within few hours of just holding hands of a human. Like the data being transferred from one hard disk to another. This person has the ability to adapt easily to the new surroundings.
It beigns with a space ship hovering around the desert of Rajasthan, it lands an ....
23rd Aug, 2014 Lakme Fashion Week, The Palladium Hotel, Mumbai Sachiin Joshi and Boman Irani unitedly called to the Media, the Bollywood industry and the people to Quit Smoking. This message was pronounced at the event to promote Goa Nicofix-anti tobacco chewing gum at a Five Star Hotel in South Mumbai on Saturday. Sachiin Joshi along with actor Boman Irani…
A sequel to 2008 film Bhoothnath, features Amitabh Bachchan as Bhoothnath in Bhoothnath Returns, the ghost who is mocked by everyone when he enters the Bhoothworld. He is questioned about his abilities as a ghost as he could not even scare a child when he was on earth.
Bhoothnath is handed a token which will enable him to get life as a human being again on this earth. The only problem is that he has to wait for a long, long time. As per Hindu religion, a person after his death, get to live in any form such as an insect or ant or something that sort. But Bhoothnath was to live again as a human being and thats why the long waiting period.
Humiliated and tired of the mockery in the Bhoothworld, Bhoothnath requests the incharge of that world to give him one more chance to come to earth as a ghost and he promises that he would be successful in scaring some children, and clear out the mo ....
“I have an adventerous journey towards my passion. To eat, sleep and dream Bollywood” says Sandeep Kapoor. Born and brought up in Chandigarh, this jat had a very good upbringing in his ‘khandani’ (well known) family having its roots in this northern state since pre-independence times. Says this fair, handsome dude ” The dialogue of Shah Rukh Khan in one…
This film Jolly LLB is a social satire on the law system of the country, where a small town lawyer played by Arshad Warsi is pitted against Boman Irani, a flourishing high court lawyer.
Jolly LLB - movie review
Jagdish Tyagi aka Jolly (Arshad Warsi) is a small-town lawyer from Meerut, who dreams and strives to find fame and fortune in a big city, where he fights an open and shut case against one of the biggest and most influential lawyers, Tejinder Rajpal (Boman Irani).
The small town guy sets out to make it big in the capital city of India. Jolly is struggling to hit the big league, while just managing to survive in the urban city. He stumbles upon a case in which a drunk rich kid runs his car over a group of people sleeping on the pavement.
The story seems to be based on a high profile case of a rich youngster who committed this blunder of running over the pavement dwe ....
A love story of a middle aged couple.
Directed by Bela Sehgal (Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s sister) is different from the Shirin Farhad tales we have heard of. It isn’t a love story about teeny boppers or the handsome guy and a beautiful lady. This one is about the love story of a man and woman who appear to be in their forties.
A new trend is witnessed in bollywood. If a film is an action oriented – it has to be a Sikh or a Punjabi family background. And the safest bet now is even if there is an undercurrent of humour although it is a love story; it has to be about Parsis.
Thankfully, there is an attempt to portray the Parsi community, depicting realistic moments - just like they exist inIndia.
The film is about Farhad Pastakia (Boman Irani), a 45-year-old Parsi bachelor who is a salesman in a lingerie shop. Farhad has never fallen in love or to put it plainly has never found love. ....