“I wouldn’t want to leave my near house that is now a dreamy space with a splash of artistic colours, rich textures and geometric shapes filled with restful spaces that has interiors designed by Rupin Suchak,” mentioned a gleeful Sonakshi Sinha. Sonakshi Sinha who resides with her parents and brothers in their bungalow Ramayan in Juhu, has got the top…
For the first time in Bollywood’s history, the father-daughter duo Shatrughan Sinha and Sonakshi Sinha feature in the narrative lead in Dubai-based singer Ajay Keswani’s musical initiative with a social message. An elated Ajay Keswani, best known for his romantic, party and Sufi tracks recently mentioned that the song “Zaroorat” is a campaign of hope which tries to instil hope…
Brilliant performances from Akshaye Khanna and Sidharth Malhotra are the mainstay of this murder-mystery suspense thriller that keeps you engrossed throughout the movie culminating into an unpredictable end. Ittefaq movie review...
Directed by Abhay Chopra, it is based on and inspired on his grandfather B R Chopra's Ittefaq (1969) which was a Rajesh Khanna-Nanda starrer with a contemperory adaptation and a complete change in the climax from the original film.
The film does not have any songs which lends seriousness to the high-profile double murder investigation lead by the no-nonsense Police Officer Dev (Akshaye Khanna). It begins on a rainy night where a Noted novelist and a NRI Vikram Sethi (Sidharth Malhotra) has just launched his new book and returns to his hotel only to find his wife murdered and lying still on the floors. Vikram calls the police who instead begin to doubt h ....
The latest is Taapsee Pannu in ‘Meera’ Time and again our B-town actresses have proved themselves as the leading ladies in all genres and areas of work. We have seen many actresses doing women centric roles and excelling at it too. The ladies have also left a mark when it comes to action and stunts and their spirit and dedication…
Holiday begins with a weak introduction where a family is waiting at the station for the hero to return home from his posting at the front. A train load of soldiers arrives and out hops Captain Virat Bakshi (Akshay Kumar), an army man who is back home to Mumbai for his holidays.
It seems that the director A. R. Murugadoss, had a drought of ideas as this itself was presented on the pretext of lack of auspicious occasion and so was the introduction of the heroine Sahiba (Sonakshi Sinha).
Immediately, on his arrival, his family takes him to see a bride, but he instantly feels the girl is too soft and an introvert. He is wrong, as sometime later, he finds out that she is actually a boxer and he is impressed. He is now fond of this girl, and with help of a friend (a police man – Sumeet Raghavan), he woos the girl.
The game begins when due to ....
4th edition of the Gionee Star GiMA Awards: Performances Announced Asha Bhosle, Sonakshi Sinha, Mika Singh, Yo Yo Honey Singh and Kapil Sharma set to entertain! Ranveer Singh to host! 17th January, 2014, Mumbai – The 4th edition of the Gionee Star GiMA Awards powered by Reliance 3G gears up to mesmerize audiences with the biggest acts and spectacular performances from the industry’s finest, as they come…
A romantic action story set in dusty and rugged backdrop of the Hindi Heartland.
Shahid Kapoor essays the role of Rajkumar - a rugged, rebellious, passionate fighter who also has a devilish charm. One moment he makes you feel really comfortable and the very next, completely ill at ease! Rajkumar is sexy, brooding and raw.
Sonakshi Sinha plays the role of Chanda – a gorgeous, strong character. She is the niece of a poppy lord called Manik Parmar. Chanda is elegant and looks stunning. A true Indian beauty!
A film that has out and out desi tracks (true dance numbers) with loads of intrigue, thrill and fun – a perfect entertainer by all means. The ravines shall tower high over the Poppy Fields, overlooking a dangerous foundation without law, justice or order.
Rajkumar, an aimless youth, saves a local drug baron named Shivraj (Sonu Sood), impresses the drug lord with his attentiveness ....
"Brahmin bhookha to Sudama, rootha toh Ravan" is cited often by Saif Ali Khan who plays a Brahmin youth in this action film Bullet Raja, where Tigmanshu Dhulia attempts a commercially oriented Bollywood action film.
Raja Mishra (Saif Ali Khan) is a Brahmin boy in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh looking for a job but gets involved with goons, and when he is chased, Raja sees a wedding procession and joins it.
It is the local strongman's daughter's wedding and the procession is headed towards the strongman’s haveli, where Raja instantly befriends the bride's cousin, Rudra Tripathi (Jimmy Shergill). Within hours, Rudra and Raja become best of friends, and Raja becomes a part of rest of the functions and events of this Lucknowi wedding.
Raja is treated with food, drinks and he is dancing around with the dance girl (Mahie Gill) and even gets to take her in the forest, where he overhears a p ....
A dreaded Don is a helpless person after he falls in love.
Once Upon A Time In Mumbai Dobaara is a sequel to the 2010 film Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai, directed by Milan Luthria and produced by Ekta Kapoor and Shobha Kapoor. It has Akshay Kumar, Sonakshi Sinha and Imran Khan in leading roles and Sonali Bendre plays a supporting role.
The story begins from where the previous film ended with Shoaib Khan (Akshay Kumar) who is the reigning don after successfully eliminating his mentor Sultan Mirza (played by Ajay Devgn in the previous film).
The first part has some beautiful locales of Sultanate of Oman where Shoaib has set up base after fleeing Bombay. Shoaib Khan is a charismatic and suave man who has extended his empire upto the Middle east in the west. Mumtaz (Sonali Bendre) plays his old-time love and amongst his close companions are Javed, who oversees his illegal works and Aslam (I ....
Himmatwala is the official remake of the 1983 film of the same name , which was directed by directed by K. Raghavendra Rao and had Jeetendra and Sridevi in leading roles.
This 2013 action comedy film is directed by Sajid Khan and features Ajay Devgan and Tamannaah in the lead roles.
The story begins with Ravi (Ajay Devgn) shown as a street fighter who then learns about his widowed mother and sister who are shown to be in dire straits in his native village.
Ravi embarks on a tran to Ramnagar where he is greeted by a peculiar ticket collector cum station master who is shocked to note that he is the first passenger in so many years to get down at the station.
Ravi has come to avenge his father’s death and to get his father’s name cleared of the mud slinging done by the sarpanch (Head or mukhia) of the village - Sher Singh (Mahesh Manjrekar).
It so happens that the Sarpanc ....