Bollywood Interviews

Jackie Shroff – the friendly neighborhood Ghost

Written by on December 30th, 2010

Jackie Shroff, the actor who has evolved with time retaining his unique style, will now be seen as a Rajput warrior ghost in producer Aneesh Arjun Dev’s Bhoot And Friends. This film is about four kids who get entangled with very bad guys in a search for a lost treasure. The actor says that is […]

“Tees Maar Khan is big, it’s over the top and it’s full of mad characters” – Farah Khan

Written by on December 19th, 2010

She is a well-known and highly coveted choreographer whose dances are some of the best Bollywood has seen. In 2004, Farah Khan added director to her resume with her debut film Main Hoon Na, starring Shah Rukh Khan. Main Hoon Na showed Farah’s unique style: her films most definitely have a masala flavor, but then […]

“I treat every film as my first film” – Priyamani

Written by on December 19th, 2010

She’s enchantingly beautiful, talented as hell, successful in both commercial and parallel cinema, recipient of the prestigious National Award and above all, has the rare ability to have her feet planted firmly on the ground. Priyamani literally has all arenas covered! She had a small and modest dream debut in Hindi cinema in Mani Ratnam’s […]

“People think Rajiv Gidwani is a jackass!” – Rizwan Manji

Written by on December 6th, 2010

NBC’s new sitcom Outsourced has done what no other show has done: introduced India and the call center culture to the world. While the show opened to some initial skeptic reactions, it has gone on to create waves and one of the characters who adds to the funny quotient of the show is Rajiv Gidwani […]

“People will be truly moved when they see Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey” – Abhishek Bachchan

Written by on November 29th, 2010

With each new film, Abhishek Bachchan tries to take on a new character, one you have never seen from him before. In Ashutosh Gowariker’s Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey, Abhishek is Surjya Sen, a calm, simple school teacher who became one of India’s greatest freedom fighters. Surjya Sen is not well known, but Abhishek is […]

“In my heart I felt the need to salute them for what they’ve done”- Ashutosh Gowariker

Written by on November 29th, 2010

He has brought us epic tales of cricket, of coming home, and of an emperor and his wife to the silver screen. For his next film, he is shining the light on a little known uprising that would change the fate of a country. That director is Ashutosh Gowariker and that uprising is the story […]

“People will walk out of Break Ke Baad feeling really good about love”-Imran Khan

Written by on November 22nd, 2010

He wowed us in Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na, and with each successive performance, Imran Khan has escalated his skill as an actor. His last release I Hate Luv Storys was a hit, and his performance was given fabulous reviews by critics and fans. Next up for the young actor is Break Ke Baad, directed […]

“I play a commitment phobic girl in Break Ke Baad” – Deepika Padukone

Written by on November 22nd, 2010

Deepika Padukone has had quite an interesting few years. She finds herself amidst a league of actresses who are in demand and reaching for the stars. And in hopes to create a niche for herself, Deepika finds herself working with different directors and choosing roles that are unlike anything she’s ever played before. Thus is […]

“The characters are what’s unique about Break Ke Baad” – Danish Aslam

Written by on November 21st, 2010

He was an assistant director for seven years, but he now dons the director’s chair and Danish Aslam is ready to make you fall in love. His film, Break Ke Baad, stars the cute new jodi of Imran Khan and Deepika Padukone. The story of the rom-com follows Abhay and Aaliya, who have been friends […]

Guzaarish has been a gift to me – Hrithik Roshan

Written by on November 21st, 2010

Just ask how he is today, and Hrithik Roshan, who stars in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Guzaarish, is “Still flying! My spirits are up because of all of the feedback. I am really happy!” Hrithik plays Ethan Mascarenhas, a quadriplegic, who spreads joy and happiness to his radio show’s listeners and to all the people in […]

“I was offered a role in Don 2, but I refuse to act in big films”- Rajat Kapoor

Written by on November 5th, 2010

According to him the best film of the year is Peepli Live, the best actor Deepak Dubriyal but he really wasn’t very impressed by any actress. His all time favourite film is Pyaasa and he refuses to act in big films. I am talking about director and actor Rajat Kapoor. Amsterdam put the spotlight on […]

“Action Replayy is a romantic comedy in the world of fantasy” -Vipul Shah

Written by on November 1st, 2010

With each new film, director Vipul Amrutlal Shah takes on a new genre and transports audiences to a new world. For Action Replayy, which stars Akshay Kumar, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and newcomer Aditya Roy Kapoor that world goes retro to the groovy 1970s. The film is a romantic comedy, but with a twist because instead […]

Interview with ‘Honorary Doctorate’ Preity Zinta

Written by on October 31st, 2010

In her twelve years in the film industry, Preity Zinta has broken the mould of what an Indian heroine should be: both on-screen and off. Yes, she may be the cute, bubbly, dimpled star, who in the early to mid-2000s ascended to the top her game with box office heavyweights Kal Ho Naa Ho, Kabhi […]

“Movies are wonderful, but this one is not mine” – Jennifer Lynch, Director of Hisss

Written by on October 29th, 2010

Hisss has opened to mixed reviews and while the name Jennifer Lynch is associated with the film, the director has come out to claim that Hisss is not her film. But how can it be, you ask. After all, she did direct the film. According to the director, Hisss was “taken away” from her the […]

“Dus Tola is about small dreams, and how people very funnily try to achieve those dreams” – Manoj Bajpayee

Written by on October 20th, 2010

He is known for choosing roles that excite him, that allow him to go deep into the character to become someone else. With each new performance, Manoj Bajpayee proves that he is one of the finest actors in Hindi cinema. Coming off huge accolades for his performance in Prakash Jha’s epic Raajneeti, he now takes […]

“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 […]

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