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Hot Or Not: HDIL Couture Week 2010 Day 2

Written by on October 11th, 2010

If you thought the first day was quiet then your prayers have been answers. B-Town simply couldn’t resist missing out on a Bachchan/Roshan ramp walk. Time to see if the outcome was any better than that of Day 1′s. Amu rocks it in the trendy black dress and keeps the look rather simple once again. […]

Hot or Not: Day 1 of HDIL Couture Week 2010

Written by on October 11th, 2010

B-town played it safe on Day 1 of HDIL’s Couture Week, knowing very well that Aishwarya Rai Bachchan would be setting the ramp ablaze as showstopper for Manish Malhotra. None the less the celebrity presence was felt and now its time to check out if the presence was a bad, just nice, good or great […]

Special Review: Bombay Summer

Written by on October 9th, 2010

In 21st-century Mumbai, what kinds of things can happen when people really try to connect across vast social differences? Is this emotionally possible, is it physically safe? If friendship and love can happen, is there also a cost? And if there are costs, who is most likely to bear them? In Joseph Mathew-Varghese’s fresh and […]

Who’s Hot Who’s Not: Lakme Fashion Week

Written by on October 4th, 2010

Bollywood stars such as Akshay Kumar, Rani Mukerji, Tabu, Hema Malini and Amitabh Bachchan may have heated up Lakme with their appearances at the various fashion shows but were they hot enough to make our Hot List? Read on to find out which stars made the Hot list and which stars need to take notes […]

Iconic Scenes in Bollywood: Part 1

Written by on October 4th, 2010

Since the beginning of Hindi cinema, script writers have been penning scenes which directors then make iconic. Those very scenes have been watched and appreciated by countless audiences and Bollywood fans from all decades. From Guru Dutt to Rajesh Khanna, Madhubala to Madhuri Dixit, the greats, the superstars and the stars have all given amazing […]

“I think a great song resonates with people from all over the globe”- Jay Sean

Written by on October 2nd, 2010

Jay Sean … he is a musician, a songwriter and a producer, and he is lookin’ to take over the world, with music, that is! This young artist, who began his career in the UK and made it huge, has had songs chart all over the world from India to Russia and points in between, […]

‘Robot’: at the UK premiere with Abhi and Ash

Written by on October 2nd, 2010

Robot seems to be enjoying a tremendous start at the box office, and looks set to be one of the biggest openers ever in the history of Indian cinema. BollySpice was in attendance at the UK premiere of the big budget Rajnikanth epic, at the Cineworld Trocadero Cinema, Leicester Square. Although the hero of the […]

7 Days in Slow Motion is a “fun” family film in India, for India, about today’s Indian kids

Written by on September 30th, 2010

One of the films to be showcased at this year’s Chicago South Asian Film Festival is 7 Days in Slow Motion. The film has been selected for numerous prestigious film festivals and was recognized at the Asian Festival of First Films with a nomination for Best Writing. It also received Audience Awards from both the […]

Rab Ne Nahin Banayi Yeh Jodi!

Written by on September 29th, 2010

Some jodi’s in Bollywood almost seem made in heaven. And once their combination is seen, loved and creates magic in the form of a hit film, it is used again…and again…and again. For the most part, we can understand why super hit jodi’s work. Critics will talk about great chemistry, fans will gush about how […]

Opinion: Peepli [Live]: Deserving of the Oscars?

Written by on September 28th, 2010

The country is pretty much 50:50 on whether Peepli [Live] is deserving of being India’s entry to the Oscars. In fact, a number of people even believe that the Film Federation of India is somewhat biased to Aamir Khan and his genre of films. In the past few years, it has been raining Khan with […]

“We think it is important to showcase South Asian independent films” – Mileen Patel

Written by on September 28th, 2010

The first Chicago South Asian Film Festival which will take place October 1-3, was “developed to promote South Asian culture throughout the Chicago area and Midwest, by showcasing filmmakers of South Asian descent as well as films that represent the perspective of the diaspora”. Showcasing 16 different independent films including features, shorts and documentaries, the […]

GQ India Men of The Year Awards 2010!

Written by on September 27th, 2010

John Travolta’s GQ Award (photo courtesy: @R_Khanna) It was a year ago that we first asked Miss Malini to give BollySpice her report on the star studded GQ Men of the Year awards. How time does fly! Once again we go to the great Miss Malini to give us all the fabulousness that is the […]

Chalte Chalte

Written by on September 26th, 2010

When we say ‘Indian cinema has a song for every occasion’ we truly are not exaggerating. You may think that we’re talking about occasions such as weddings, birthdays, festivals etc…however what we truly mean is that Indian cinema has a song for every emotion and every moment in life. Be it something as grand as […]

Who’s Hot and Who’s Not: Manish Malhotra – Lakme Fashion Week

Written by on September 25th, 2010

The baadshah of fashion Manish Malhotra showed his latest collection on day four of Lakme Fashion Week. I have to say the celebrity turnout this year was a tad bit disappointing, but alas all was not lost as we did get to see Preity Zinta and Rani Mukherjee laughing together. Priyanka Chopra also graced the […]

TIFF Special: “Dhobi Ghat is like poetry on film”

Written by on September 25th, 2010

Normally when I see a movie, the critic in me is immediately ready to find a computer, open Microsoft Word and let the words flow from my brain to my fingertips to the screen. But it’s been three days since I’ve seen Kiran Rao’s Dhobi Ghat and I still can’t fully understand how or why […]

Check out the full video of Raj&Pablo’s In Conversation with Aamir!

Written by on September 25th, 2010

We have given you snippets of video and a first hand report about BBC Asian Network Love Bollywood’s Raj and Pablo fabulous live interview with Bollywood actor, director and producer, Aamir Khan. The event, held at the BBC Radio Theatre in front of a live studio audience, was part of the station’s ‘In Conversation with…’ […]

Presenting the First Annual Chicago South Asian Film Festival

Written by on September 22nd, 2010

Developed to promote South Asian culture throughout the Chicago area and Midwest, by showcasing filmmakers of South Asian descent as well as films that represent the perspective of the diaspora, the first Chicago South Asian Film Festival will run October 1-3, 2010. Over the three days the festival will showcase sixteen independent features, shorts, and […]

TIFF Special: That Girl in Yellow Boots

Written by on September 22nd, 2010

Anurag Kashyap’s latest film, That Girl in Yellow Boots, is a stylish, provocative thriller that has been well received by audiences at both the Venice and Toronto International Film Festivals. It’s the story of “England Girl” Ruth (Kalki Koechlin) who has come to India, like so many Westerners before her, on a quest. But where […]

Miss Malini and Shabana Azmi’s Star Studded 60th!

Written by on September 19th, 2010

We have a special treat for you, the gorgeous Miss Malini has her eye on what is happening in Mumbai and she gives BollySpice the scoop about Shabana Azmi’s 60th birthday party. There were so many stars it was almost hard to see who was there but Miss Malini has the snaps to prove it! […]

Who’s Hot Who’s Not: Dabangg Premiere

Written by on September 17th, 2010

The Dabangg premiere saw a great celebrity turnout, with the likes of Sridevi,Sushmita Sen, Bipasha Basu, Juhi Chawla, Dharmendra, Jeetendra, and many more all turning up to show support for Salman Khan, Arbaaz Khan and Sonakshi Sinha’s Dabangg. With such a turnout you cannot help but think it will be a feast for the eyes […]

The Dishooms are back!

Written by on September 15th, 2010

Move over serious, realistic cinema! Old school films are back. Yes, they are and we are sure as hell glad they are. Over the last few years, Bollywood fans have been witness to a major revolution which has changed the way that Hindi cinema is now perceived. This coming of age era has resulted in […]

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