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Rascals Music Review

Written by on September 15th, 2011

Rascals is an upcoming comedy directed by David Dhawan, starring Sanjay Dutt and Ajay Devgn as con-men competing to win the affections of Kangna Ranaut’s character. Described in the promotional material as a “mega-comedy”, if you’ve seen any of the trailers or even the poster, you’ll know immediately if the film is worth your pocket […]

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Breakaway/Speedy Singhs Music Review

Written by on August 21st, 2011

Breakaway (also known as Speedy Singhs) is Akshay Kumar’s latest production project: an Indo-Canadian co-production slated to release at the end of September. The film, starring newcomer Vinay Virmani, Anupam Kher, Russell Peters and Rob Lowe, is centered around a young Indian-Canadian hockey player and the difficulty he encounters trying to balance the two cultures […]

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Mere Brother Ki Dulhan Music Review

Written by on August 11th, 2011

Sohail Sen has already made an impression in Bollywood with his compositions for Ashutosh Gowariker (What’s Your Raashee? and Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey). With the highly anticipated Mere Brother Ki Dulhan soundtrack, Sohail Sen hops on over to YRF to try his hand at composing for mainstream, commercial cinema…with excellent results. The title track […]

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Murder 2

Written by on June 14th, 2011

Films from the Bhatt camp are known for their strong soundtracks, with the songs that are picturised on Bhatt favourite Emraan Hashmi continuing to prove especially enduring. With frequent collaborator Pritam seemingly booked solid, and with Anu Malik – who gave the superhit soundtrack to the first Murder film several years back – rumoured to […]

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Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara

Written by on June 6th, 2011

Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara – Zoya Akhtar’s eagerly anticipated second film, following the success of Luck By Chance – is reported to be based around three friends who go on a final, lifechanging holiday that they have been dreaming about forever, but putting off. When one of the friends gets engaged, the trio realise it’s […]

Govinda’ daughter Narmmadaa ready to make her debut!

Written by on March 18th, 2011

Despite several false starts, Govinda’s daughter Narmmadaa is finally preparing to make her film debut this April. Rumours of Narmmadaa’s launch are nothing new and have been making the rounds for several years now, dating all the way back to 2007 when Narmmadaa attended an IIFA function as Salman Khan’s guest, prompting ongoing speculation that […]

Abhay Deol is going eco-friendly!

Written by on March 15th, 2011

Abhay Deol is going eco-friendly with plans to build an environmentally sound dream home well underway. The actor has purchased one acre of land in north Goa, where construction of his new home is set to begin within a month. According to reports, the actor’s home will have a fantastic view, being situated on a […]

Tanu Weds Manu

Written by on February 3rd, 2011

There seems to be talent simply pouring into the Indian film industry right now – and here’s another fantastic debut! The Tanu Weds Manu soundtrack is composer Krsna’s first foray into Hindi film – and he nails it. It’s a smart move opening with RDB’s ‘Sadi Gali’. Sadi Gali – a Punjabi superhit from around […]

Yamla Pagla Deewana

Written by on December 14th, 2010

Due out in January, Yamla Pagla Deewana has been creating a lot of positive chatter all over the internet since the official trailer was released, opening with classic Sholay dialogues and revealing that Bollywood legend Dharmendra will be returning to the screen with sons Sunny and Bobby in a colourful comic con-man caper, promising “action […]

Action Replayy

Written by on October 11th, 2010

I know I am just one of many looking forward to the upcoming release of the sci-fi romance Action Replayy starring Akshay Kumar and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. The story, said to be based on a Gujarati play, sees the son of squabbling parents hopping in a time machine and going back to when they first […]

Crook

Written by on September 15th, 2010

Emraan Hashmi is known primarily for two things – his “serial kisser” reputation; and the quirky fact that the songs in his films tend to become superhits. Partly, this could be because of the tendency of the close group of loyal, talented people clustered around the Bhatt camp – Emraan stars, and music director Pritam […]

Imran Khan deletes his Twitter account

Written by on August 24th, 2010

Once one of the most active celebrities on social networking site Twitter, Bollywood heartthrob Imran Khan seems to have suddenly deleted his Twitter account and disappeared from the site altogether. Sources say that the actor loves interacting with his fans and has tried various means – including Twitter – to reach out and connect with […]

Anurag’s Girl in Yellow Boots

Written by on August 4th, 2010

Acclaimed Hindi film director Anurag Kashyap is reportedly ‘on top of the world’ following the news that his latest film, That Girl in Yellow Boots has been selected to screen at the 67th Venice Film Festival, which will take place between 1 and 11 September this year. That Girl in Yellow Boots will screen at […]

Lafangey Parindey

Written by on July 25th, 2010

A blind, rollerskating dancer meets a scrappy street-fighting biker, who fights… blindfolded? Throw a whole bunch of death- and gravity-defying stunts into the mix, the unlikely pairing of glamazon Deepika Padukone and boy-next-door Neil Nitin Mukesh, and the controversial title Lafangey Parindey and you have the makings of what promises to be one of the […]

SRK and Ranbir’s Musical Connection

Written by on July 9th, 2010

Ranbir Kapoor and Shah Rukh Khan have a new hobby in common — both stars are learning to play the guitar! While Shah Rukh is reported to have become enamoured with the instrument while on holiday in Spain, Ranbir has been taking guitar lessons to help with his role in Imtiaz Ali’s upcoming film Rockstar. […]

Raavan editor speaks up about Amitabh Bachchan

Written by on June 29th, 2010

Multiple National Award winning editor of Raavan, A Sreeker Prasad, has spoken out, countering claims from Bollywood heavyweight Amitabh Bachchan that “sad editing” of the increasingly divisive film is responsible for the poor audience response. Mr Bachchan’s complaint with the editing of the film was publicly made on social networking site Twitter, two days after […]

Ghai To Distribute IHLS

Written by on June 24th, 2010

Bollywood heavyweight Subhash Ghai has wasted no time in snapping up the Delhi and Uttar Pradesh distribution rights for Karan Johar’s upcoming film I Hate Luv Storys. Reportedly, Ghai purchased the rights from UTV through his company Mukta Arts for Rs 3.5 crore. Subhash Ghai is reported to be very impressed by the chemistry that […]

SRK Tweets Ra.One

Written by on June 7th, 2010

Bollywood badshaah Shah Rukh Khan continues to offer tantalizing tidbits about his upcoming superhero project, Ra.One, to his followers on popular social networking site Twitter. The film, currently in production and starring Shah Rukh as a superhero named “G.one” is still largely a closely guarded secret, with fans and the media eagerly pouncing on whatever […]

Kajraare

Written by on June 6th, 2010

Love him or hate him, Himesh Reshammiya is back in Kajraare. The film is being directed by actress turned director Pooja Bhatt, (well known for making love stories with an edge such as Paap and Dhokha) explores the story of a lawyer who falls in love with a prostitute (played by debutant Amrita Singh), and […]

Bipasha Basu Learns Urdu for Lamhaa

Written by on May 28th, 2010

Bipasha Basu is attempting to ditch her Bengali accent during the dubbing of upcoming film Lamhaa, to more accurately portray her character. The actress has reportedly been secretly practicing her diction for months in an effort to get her performance perfect. Though Bengali is Bipasha’s first language, Lamhaa — a socio-political drama tackling the issue […]

Admissions Open

Written by on May 15th, 2010

Amit Trivedi composed the sprawling, unconventional 18 song Dev D soundtrack, widely acclaimed for its genre eclecticism – featuring tracks ranging from Punjabi ballads to brass bands to grungy techno-rock, including the standout hit ‘Emosanal Atyacha’r. His follow-up project couldn’t have been more different: he was responsible for the sensitive, subtle background score for Wake […]

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