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Anjana Sukhani Had An Inferiority Complex!

Written by on April 8th, 2010

Anjana Sukhani is enjoying the release of Tum Milo Toh Sahi with Dimple Kapadia and Visya Malavade and says she relates well to her character in the movie. “I play a bold Maharashtrian college-going girl who suffers from some kind of inferiority complex,” she explains, “I could identify myself with the character because when I […]

Bollywood in 3D!

Written by on April 8th, 2010

Mahesh Bhatt is planning a follow-up to his femme fatale funfair, Jism – but this time in 3D! “When Hollywood filmmakers are thinking of making adults film in 3D, why not we?” he asks, “Frankly, I struck upon the idea when I was watching the recent 3D film Avatar, especially the love scenes.” Bollywood has […]

Wedding Bells for Manisha Koirala

Written by on April 8th, 2010

Following a two-year courtship, Manisha Koirala will get married on June 19 this year. The Himalayan Times reported that the actress will marry Samrat Dahal, a businessman from Maharajgunj. US-educated, he owns a company dealing with alternative energy and is the son of Surendra Dahal, the owner of Leather Wings. Manisha’s politician father, Prakash Koirala […]

BollySpice.com Readers to receive a free Bollywood dance class from Honey’s Dance Academy!

Written by on April 8th, 2010

Honeys Dance Academy (HDA), UK’s premiere Bollywood dance school, and Desitara.com, the world’s leading Talent Portal, announce the Bollywood Dance Championships 2010, a unique talent contest to launch the career of UK’s next superstar and dancer in the making. To celebrate the launch of the event where one contestant will win a once in a […]

Kites picture preview

Written by on April 8th, 2010

One of the most eagerly anticipated films of this year is Anurag Basu’s Kites, starring Hrithik Roshan, Kangana Raunaut, and debutant Barbara Mori. Check out a few of the stills from the film. Looks like it will be an amazing love story!

Easter Eggs, Royallty and JAI HO!

Written by on April 8th, 2010

Well, we have had a roller coaster of an Easter Weekend – it all started on Easter Friday when we sat in for Nihal and then hot footed it to the suburbs of Harrow to watch Raj Kanwar’s Sadiyaan. We have to say that although the reviews have been mixed, for us it was an […]

First song from It’s A Wonderful Afterlife-’Laarl Laarl Buleeya’

Written by on April 7th, 2010

Coming up soon is ace director Gurinder Chadha’s new film It’s A Wonderful Afterlife and boy does it have an all star international cast including the magnificent Shabana Azmi, the hunky Sendhil Ramamurthy and the wonderful newcomer Goldy Notay … plus a few zombies as well. Intriguing no? We think so! We have got your […]

Katrina Kaif to Remake 3 Idiots?

Written by on April 7th, 2010

Those of us who sat through 3 Idiots imagining Katrina Kaif in the Kareena Kapoor role may soon be able to add some substance to their imaginings. Rumour has it that Gemini, who hold the production rights for both the Telegu and Tamil versions, are in advanced discussions with the British actress for the role. […]

The Man Who Dreamt And The Man Who Dared-Sartaj Singh Pannu

Written by on April 7th, 2010

Bollywood has some of the most difficult barriers, mostly built by its self enacted gatekeepers, in any industry in any part of the globe. Filmi families, old school thinking, star fascination despite incurring a loss of Rs 3500 crore in 2009, casting couch, irrational thought processes, etc, etc. The higher the barriers, the greater the […]

Bollywood & Beyond in Auckland

Written by on April 7th, 2010

The Spring Film Festival season continues to accelerate with the final leg of the antipodean Bollywood & Beyond Festival which now crosses the Tasman to Auckland, New Zealand from April 14th-21st. Amongst the more well-known movies on display in the rugby capital of the world, we have Paa – the opening night showcase; New York, […]

Bollywood Reaches Macau Hotels

Written by on April 7th, 2010

Making it a first of sorts, Studio 18 has pushed the envelope on emerging rights by licensing the Hotel VoD rights of five top TIFC films for China & Macau – Jab We Met, Welcome, Singh Is Kinng, Kidnap and Golmaal Returns. The globalisation of Bollywood and the enormous tourist traffic in China is expected […]

“Housefull has a high ‘Feel Good Factor’!”-Akshay Kumar

Written by on April 7th, 2010

Get ready to laugh on April 30th because that is when the dream team from Heyy Babyy will be back together on the silver screen with Housefull. The comedy, directed by Sajid Khan, stars Akshay Kumar, Riteish Deshmukh, Boman Irani, Arjun Rampal along with three of the beauties of Bollywood Deepika Padukone, Jiah Khan and […]

Vidya Malavade Getting Meatier Parts

Written by on April 6th, 2010

Vidya Malavade, who played Siddharth’s sister in Striker, is pleased with her appearance in Tum Milo Toh Sahi. “The script is fantastic and it’s a very youthful film,” she says, “It’s not a weak sob story. It talks about love at all ages. I play Anita Nagpal, a Bengali, with loads of kajal and red […]

Sayali Bhagat’s Denies Link with Shoaib Malik

Written by on April 6th, 2010

Sayali Bhagat, once linked with Pakistan cricket hero Shoaib Malik, claims it is all a misunderstanding and the ‘link’ was merely a marketing device for a movie they had planned to make together. “I don’t have any comments to give on the Shoaib-Sania marriage,” she says, “I have moved on in life. Shoaib and I […]

Celina Jaitley in Civil Rights War

Written by on April 6th, 2010

Celina Jaitley is so outraged that her friend, transgender rights activist Laxmi Narayan Tripathi, was banned from the Bombay Gymkhana that she has launched a twitter war against the organisation. “Laxmi’s democratic rights and dignity as a human have been humiliated,” she says, “They have violated her right to equality and freedom. These people need […]

BBC Asian Network at the Alchemy Festival

Written by on April 6th, 2010

On 7-11 April, Southbank Centre launches ‘Alchemy’, a major new festival celebrating contemporary and traditional culture from India and BBC Asian Network is the official Radio Partner. The five day festival sees a full programme of music, dance, literature, food, debate and fashion and will take over all venues and spaces of Southbank Centre. The […]

It’s A Wonderful Afterlife Soundtrack Released!

Written by on April 6th, 2010

After the worldwide musical successes of blockbuster soundtracks Kabhie Khushi Kabhie Gham, Kabhie Alvida Na Kehna, My Name is Khan etc. Sony Music Entertainment (India), India’s largest multinational and third largest music company, is proud to release the soundtrack of one of this year’s most highly anticipated international Indian motion pictures, It’s a Wonderful Afterlife, […]

The Blue Mug Play on Tour!

Written by on April 5th, 2010

Bollywood fans worldwide will get a real treat this coming spring with a traveling production of The Blue Mug, a new play directed by Atul Kumar that stars Ranvir Shorey, Konkona Sen Sharma, Vinay Pathak, Rajat Kapoor, Sheeba Chaddha, and Munish Bhardwaj. The Blue Mug is based in part on The Man Who Mistook His […]

IFFLA Announces Stunning Line-Out

Written by on April 5th, 2010

The Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles, rapidly growing in prestige, has announced a stunning line-up for the Arclight Hollywood venue, where it runs from 20-25 April. Thirty-three films from five countries will showcase the best in Bollywood and the diaspora to an increasingly broad audience. “As filmmakers of Indian descent forge new relationships in […]

Praneetha Targets Bollywood

Written by on April 5th, 2010

With her stunning Shilpa Shetty style looks, southern star Praneetha has made no bones about the fact she has her sights firmly set on Bollywood. With this aim in mind, she seems only prepared to act with the biggest heroes down south – the latest being Siddharth in Bava. “I am really happy with this […]

Review: Love Times Seven – A love poem to Bollywood

Written by on April 4th, 2010

At the intermission of Love Times Seven, the new Bollywood inspired play from Arpita Mukherjee, my mother turned to me and asked, “Is it supposed to be funny when people die in Bollywood movies?” She had been confused by the loud guffaws coming from the couple sitting behind us since to the uninformed viewer there […]

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