Bollywood Interviews

“Hisss is wonderful and creepy” – Jeff Doucette

Written by on October 19th, 2010

Hisss has been in the news for a while now courtesy Mallika Sherawat who cannot stop gushing and publicizing the film nonstop. Needless to say, by now we all know that the film is about a snake played by the actress. BollySpice had the unique chance of catching up with the villain of the film, […]

“The biggest highlight…is John’s performance.” – Abbas Tyrewala

Written by on October 18th, 2010

A film that has everyone excited is Jhootha Hi Sahi, directed by Abbas Tyrewala (Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na). The rom-com opens on October 22nd and stars John Abraham and Pakhi. Pakhi, who is married to Tyrewala, did double duty because not only is she making her debut in the film, but she is also […]

“I think audiences are going to love the story of Jhootha Hi Sahi”- Abbas Tyrewala

Written by on October 18th, 2010

One of the best and one of my favorite films of 2008 was Abbas Tyrewala’s Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na. When I heard about his next film, then called 1-800-Love, I was excited to see what new story he was going to bring to the big screen. Once the promos started for Jhootha Hi Sahi […]

“Hisss is the “biggest” film I’ve done so far!” – Mallika Sherawat

Written by on October 17th, 2010

Wherever she goes, she manages to create magic. Whether it’s back home in Bollywood, her new found home Hollywood and even on Twitter, Mallika Sherawat has become popular for the right and wrong reasons. When she came on the acting scene, we saw Sherawat become a part of the sex symbol brigade with her bold […]

“Sanjay Dutt is a complete rock star!” – Gourov Dasgupta!

Written by on October 14th, 2010

Though still pretty new to the world of Hindi film music, Gourov Dasgupta certainly has made his mark, and you have heard his beats on the soundtracks for Dus Kahaniyaan and Hide & Seek. He is a rocker guy at heart, but as a composer he is a man of many faces and that really […]

BollySpice Interviews John Abraham

Written by on October 10th, 2010

This week John Abraham jetted into London on a whirlwind 36-hour visit to promote his new film Jhootha Hi Sahi. BollySpice caught up with the half-Indian, half-Persian actor at the official launch of his latest release. We spoke to John about what it is like to go from handsome hero to bespectacled geek for the […]

“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, […]

“Aishwarya always adds on that extra bit to make the dance move look Exceptional” – Longinus Fernandes

Written by on September 26th, 2010

A couple of weeks ago, I was watching Bollywood Hero and when the credits rolled, I said to my husband, ooh, look I interviewed him! (It thrills me every time.) I was talking about the fabulous choreographer Longinus Fernandes. Longinus has not only created some amazing numbers in the Hindi film industry, he has also […]

“I would be happy to do a film with Imran” – Aamir Khan

Written by on September 18th, 2010

Aamir Khan is unquestionably one of most hardworking figures in Bollywood. Just days after being mobbed in Toronto at the premiere of new film Dhobi Ghat, the superstar is in London on the promotions trail with Aamir Khan Productions’ current release Peepli [Live], which finally hits the box office in the UK. In his characteristic […]

“Hrithik can be quite dry and sarcastic” – Kalki

Written by on August 2nd, 2010

Occupying a unique position in Hindi film, Kalki Koechlin’s ethereal, fine grained demeanour masks an interior that is intrinsically Indian. Born in Pondicherry to follower of Sri Aurobindo parents, the actor parallels her namesake Lord Kalki, who it is said will emerge from spiritual devotees hidden in a small village. The 27-year-old has managed the […]

“Abhay is the Colin Firth of India in Aisha”- Rajshree Ojha

Written by on August 2nd, 2010

Besides loving Hindi films and music, I also love Jane Austen books and films. I have re-read my copies over and over and I own every film adaptation of her books. In fact, it was a Bollywoodized version of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice that started me on my Hindi film journey, which led me […]

“The costumes, the production design and the performances of Aisha are of international standards”- Anil Kapoor

Written by on July 28th, 2010

At a global level Anil Kapoor is undoubtedly one of the most recognized figures in the Indian film industry. From the Academy Award winning Slumdog Millionaire to an acclaimed performance in US television series 24, after three decades of fame as a Bollywood actor, Anil Kapoor has attained what very few Hindi film stars manage […]

“I prefer Rahman the composer rather than Rahman the singer.” – A R Rahman

Written by on July 22nd, 2010

Good journalists know the golden rule of interviewing a celebrity- avoid the later interview slots. The celeb may be exhausted and uninterested or worse, cancel the interview. Hence, it was a bit unnerving when I had the last slot to interview the musical genius of this century. AR Rahman – known as the Mozart of […]

“Onir is an institution” – Sundeep Malani

Written by on July 6th, 2010

Sundeep Malani is a well-known director down South and just about to break into Hindi films. However, that doesn’t stop the actor-writer-director-choreographer – yes, he is multi-talented – from having lots to say about his line of work. In the near future, the Malani’s script Hello India starring Akshay Kumar and Udita Goswami will release. […]

“The concert tour is going to be a high-energy fun experience!” – Ehsaan

Written by on July 6th, 2010

North America, you are about to get a treat from the world of Hindi film music! The masters of the soundtrack Shankar, Ehsaan and Loy, affectionately known as SEL, may be coming to a city near you. Starting July 17th in New Jersey, the trio are hitting the road and will be live in nine […]

“AGPS has changed a lot of our perception about the industry” – Ajay Singh

Written by on July 5th, 2010

With a new director comes a new hope. Hope to see a different kind of cinema. With a new name calling the shots behind the camera, we hope to see a new vision on screen. Director Ajay Singh’s debut with his upcoming short film “Avant Garde Pyathagoras Sharma” (AGPS) carries similar expectations. With his extensive […]

“India’s Got Talent showcases all the richness of Indian culture and tradition” – Kirron Kher

Written by on July 1st, 2010

Kirron Kher is one of the most respected actresses in Hindi cinema and you have seen her outstanding work in Devdas, Veer Zaara, Rang De Basanti, Fanaa, Kurbaan and Dostana to name just a few of her films. Besides acting, Mrs. Kher has also appeared on several television shows including the hugely popular India’s Got […]

“IHLS is a cheeky take on romantic comedies” – Imran Khan

Written by on June 29th, 2010

It is almost July and it seems with that comes a new Imran Khan movie! His first film, Jaane Tu Ya… Jaane Na released on July 4th, 2008, and then last year Luck released in July as well. This year it is the highly, highly, did I say highly, anticipated I Hate Luv Storys (IHLS), […]

“I Hate Luv Storys is a young, fresh, vibrant love story” – Punit Malhotra

Written by on June 27th, 2010

His first film as director is I Hate Luv Storys, one of the most highly anticipated movies of 2010. We are talking about Punit Malhotra, who not only took on directing but also wrote the script of the film that stars Imran Khan and Sonam Kapoor. Though a newcomer to being at the helm, he […]

“I think audiences will love Imran and I together in I Hate Luv Storys” – Sonam Kapoor

Written by on June 27th, 2010

2010 is certainly the year of Sonam Kapoor, with not one but two films getting ready to release and both have got fans a buzzin’! In August, she will be seen in Aisha, a film based on the classic Jane Austen tale Emma. However, fans can get their Sonam fix sooner because her film, I […]

“A Film by Nikhil Advani” is an extremely dramatic and emotional piece. – Nikhil Advani

Written by on June 27th, 2010

His debut release was 2004′s poignant yet exuberant Kal Ho Naa Ho, which ranks easily as one of the foremost Bollywood films of the decade. Despite the sophomore slump of 2007′s Salaam-e-Ishq in domestic territories, the multi-starrer went on to become an overseas success story. With the much hyped and mixed reviewed Chandni Chowk to […]

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