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Congress Party says Jai Ho

Written by on March 4th, 2009

India’s ruling Congress party have snapped up the copyrights to A R Rahman’s Oscar winning song ‘Jai Ho’. The Slumdog Millionaire song, which has become popular worldwide, is going to be used by the Congress party as its theme song in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. A senior Congress leader has confirmed that the ruling […]

“I am not playing Sita” – Aishwarya

Written by on March 3rd, 2009

On the promotional trail for her Hollywood flick Pink Panther 2, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan candidly told reporters at a press conference that her character in Mani Ratnam’s next release Ravana is not called Sita. “The name of my character is not Sita. I am playing a woman who has similarities with the Sita of Ramayana,” […]

Kareena Turns to Writing

Written by on February 25th, 2009

Kareena Kapoor has turned into an author. I see a look of confusion in your eyes. Let me clear that for you. Kareena Kapoor has written a foreword for her dietician Rujuta Diwekar’s bestselling book, “Don’t Lose Your Mind, Lose Your Weight” in which she has revealed her breakfast secrets that helped her attain the […]

Bhansali on Govinda’s Wish List for Daughter’s Launch

Written by on February 2nd, 2009

Last year was a year of decision making for Govinda. One such decision was that he was only going to work with directors of a certain calibre after working with Mani Ratnam. It looks like 2009 will be spent in a similar vain – only with a lot more to look forward too. You see, […]

Slumdog Stars Sued

Written by on January 28th, 2009

It may be a Golden Globe award winner; it may also have Oscar nominations creating a lot of buzz in the media across the world. However, on this occasion, Slumdog Millionaire is in the press for all the wrong reasons, especially in India. Andheri Sessions Court in Mumbai has disclosed a PIL by Andheri Corporator […]

Rahman’s growing Bandwagon

Written by on January 28th, 2009

Bollywood fans across the globe are waiting with baited breath for this man to do his magic and bring home the highly coveted Oscar Stauate. Mr AR Rahman in the meantime is working a magic of a different sort altogether on the western world. It seems that there is a whole line-up of western artists […]

Rahman Playing at Oscar Night

Written by on January 27th, 2009

2009 is looking to be a memorable year for music director AR Rahman. Not only has he won a Golden Globe for his musical score in the award winning Slumdog Millionaire, but Rahman has also received an invitation that he will find rather difficult to turn down. On the 22nd February, known to film buffs […]

SRK and Aamir won’t share screen together

Written by on January 17th, 2009

Not many people are aware that Aamir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan are making an appearance in Zoya Akhtar’s directorial debut Luck By Chance in which actor/director/producer (and Zoya’s brother) Farhan Akhtar will play the lead role of a struggling Bollywood actor. Sources claim that both Aamir and Shah Rukh, who play themselves in the […]

Best of Akshay Kumar

Written by on January 16th, 2009

“I have dabbled with action, romance, dance, emotion and comedy. I think I’ve done well in all. It’s important to keep doing something different and reinvent oneself to avoid stagnation from creeping in.” – Akshay Kumar Rajiv Hari Om Bhatia, known to the Indian film audience as Akshay Kumar has starred in over 80 Hindi […]

Juhi’s Luck by Chance

Written by on January 16th, 2009

Juhi Chawla is picking and choosing the roles she wants to do from the offers she is receiving these days. And that is not necessarily a bad thing. She is one of the very few female actors who have reached a stage in their career where they have the prerogative to select their own characters. […]

Akshay is back as a Sardar

Written by on January 15th, 2009

After receiving the phenomenal response to his role as a sardar in Singh is Kinng, Akshay Kumar looks all set to repeat the act. However, this time Kumar will be playing the lead role as a sardar in the big budget venture Patiala House, a film about a large joint family where the head of […]

Talks on Chandni Chowk to China sequel

Written by on January 14th, 2009

The worldwide premieres of this film are yet to come to an end, and the film is yet to open not just nationwide but worldwide. Already Warner Bros Pictures are planning a sequel to the Akshay Kumar and Deepika Padukone starrer Chandni Chowk To China, their first Bollywood film which had its London premiere earlier […]

Kismet Konnection to go to Oscar Library

Written by on January 14th, 2009

The library of motion picture of arts and sciences (aka Oscar’s library) is interested in acquiring a copy of the Kismat Konnection screenplay to archive in the permanent core collection. The scripts placed in this collection are made accessible for research purposes only where media students, film makers, screenplay writers and actors are regular patrons. […]

Jerry Maguire remake with SRK-Salman is off

Written by on January 13th, 2009

Looks like the famous feud between Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan is causing productions of films to come to an end before they even get started. Salman’s younger brother, Sohail Khan, was keen on making a remake of Tom Cruise starrer Jerry Maguire, giving starring roles to Shah Rukh Khan and of course older […]

The Top 10 Grossers of 2008

Written by on January 12th, 2009

2008 has drawn to an end, and what a difference 3 months can make. The top ten chart has been updated and we have some new entries and some exits. The festive season had several big releases to round up the year and what a way to end. Ladies and gents (drum roll please) I […]

Salman and Katrina’s Fast Food Date

Written by on January 11th, 2009

Has one of the biggest stars of Indian cinema been hit by the global credit crunch? I think not. Upon returning to Aamchi Mumbai after a recent trip to Salman’s Panvel farmhouse, hunger got the better of this Bollywood pair. Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif decided to stop for food at McDonald’s. But it wasn’t […]

Dhawan’s ‘Hook Ya Crook’ goes to Floor

Written by on January 10th, 2009

David Dhawan is back in the director’s chair again two years after his 2007 release Partner, was declared a box office hit. This time he is heading up UTV Motion Pictures’ Hook Ya Crook,, which goes on the floor later this month. Written by Rensil D’Silva, the award-winning writer of Rang De Basanti, Hook Ya […]

Chinese government denies release of Chandni Chowk to China

Written by on January 10th, 2009

John Landis (director of Beverly Hills Cop 3, Blues Brothers 2000, Coming To America and Trading Places), Rob Cohen (Dragonheart, The Fast & Furious and Bruce Lee Story) and McG (Terminator 4), you would think I was rattling of the names of a guest list to a Hollywood premiere right? Wrong! These were just some […]

Destiny and Katrina Kaif

Written by on December 3rd, 2008

With 15 films released over 5 years, the Hong — Kong born actress, Katrina Kaif spoke candidly to IANS in an interview in New Delhi about her journey in the industry so far: “When I started, people were not only writing me off for my strong British accent, there were many others who tried to […]

The passing away of B R Chopra

Written by on November 9th, 2008

Shradhanjali — B R Chopra (22 April 1914 – 5 November 2008) Baldev Raj Chopra’s films always posed a question to society. On morals, ethics and social issues. The questions raised were such that society didn’t know how to respond to them, at times not wanting to answer his questions and at times not completely […]

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