15 items from 2014
Come 9th June, the long wait on the biography of Bollywood thespian Dilip Kumar will be over! Titled ‘Substance and Shadow’, the biography was written by author Uday Tara Nayara a close family friend. “The title Substance & The Shadow was suggested by Dilip saab. The ‘substance’ refers to the actual person behind the legend and the ‘shadow’ is the mythical image that has come to surround his persona,” Nayar says.
Earlier scheduled to be released on his 91st birthday, the highly anticipated tome is all set to be revealed in Mumbai, India on June 9th.
The launch will take place at renowned hotel in Mumbai and we hear it will be a historic moment! Apparently the who’s who of the film industry are »
- Press Releases
Mumbai, April 14: Actor-politician Hema Malini, the Bjp candidate for the Lok Sabha polls, says her family members are very much by her side on her campaign trail and that her husband and actor Dharmendra will join her in Mathura soon.
She is upset by recent reports that her family has not accompanied her on her campaign trail, whereas her elder daughter Esha Deol was spotted campaigning for her recently.
"My younger daughter Ahana was here last week...Dharamji too will here in a few days. It's just I've asked them to join me in the later part of my campaign when the election fever heats up. No point in asking them to. »
- Diksha Singh
Politicians including Chief of Baharatiya Janata Party, Rajnath Singh along with Sushma Swaraj, Shahnawaz Hussain and Lal Krishna Advani graced the occasion.
The bride's elder sister Esha blessed Ahana and Vaibhav Vohra on twitter and requested everyone present during the occasion to take good care of her, who will be settling in Delhi.
Meanwhile, chief of India's regional Shiv Sena, Uddhav Thackeray and lawmaker Amar Singh made an appearance in a reception held in western Mumbai, where celebs from the tinsel town, including. »
- Meeta Kabra
Even as the Ahana Deol-Vaibhav Vora wedding is earning media coverage unendingly... there seems to a sweet fact that needs to be highlighted. Reportedly, Ahana and Vaibhav clapped eyes on each other at the 2012 wedding of Esha Deol, and love blossomed unabashedly at first sight! Vaibhav Vora, a Delhi-based businessman fell like the proverbial ton of bricks for Esha's sibling. And the Deols, meaning a beaming Dharmendra and Hema Malini, swiftly hailed this new romantic »
Mumbai, Feb 2: Veteran actors Hema Malini and Dharmendra's younger daughter Ahana Deol will marry Delhi-based businessman Vaibhav Vora at the Itc Maratha here Sunday evening. Big names from the fraternity like Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan and politicians like Narendra Modi and Raj Thackeray are expected to grace the occasion.
The wedding will have a mix of Punjabi and traditional south Indian customs. Ahana's wedding clothes are created by "Jodha Akbar" fame fashion designer Neeta Lulla.
According to a source, the couple went to seek blessings at the Iskcon temple in the morning. The groom's wedding procession will proceed from Hyatt Regency around 4 p.m., and the feras will happen later at Itc Maratha. The reception. »
- Anita Agarwal
"Sorry to disappoint the gossip mongers, but there is no ill-will or bitterness about the Deol brothers' absence from Ahana's wedding," said the source.
"Sunny and Bobby love. »
- Ketali Mehta
Mumbai, Feb 1: Dream Girl Hema Malini is excited about her younger daughter Ahana's "big fat Punjabi wedding" and says that this was something which she missed when she got married to veteran actor Dharmendra.
Ahana, who will tie the knot with Delhi based businessman Vaibhav Vora Sunday, had her mehendi fuction Friday.
"My marriage happened very quietly and quickly. There was no time or occasion for a big ceremony. But now there is finally going to be a big fat Punjabi wedding in my family," said Hema.
"From the very Punjabi baraati to our doorstep to a very Tamil welcoming of the groom into the mandap (platform. »
- Lohit Reddy
John has no leading lady in his next project Rocky Handsome. But it's not because his characters loves only himself. Informs Nishikant, "Apart from John there is one other pivotal character, a male associate to John's character. And they share very close bonding. But no leading lady, not even for the songs. I will have three songs in the film. But they'd all be in background." Not that Nishikant is uncomfortable with songs. "I didn't have lip-sync songs in any of my earlier films until recently in my Marathi film Lai Bhaari which Riteish Deshmukh has produced. He also plays the lead. Though it's not a comedy it's a much lighter film than my earlier films Mumbai Meri Jaan, Force or my first film Dombivali Fast which was in Marathi." Kamat feels the glamour, songs and cast including the female lead must not be dictated by the box office. "I do understand numbers. »
- Subhash K. Jha
"I feel bad when people say you are different from your family. I want to tell them for me, my family. »
- Shiva Prakash
Turns out Indians were not all that interested in “Sholay 3D” as the box office after four days in Indian theaters reached 63 million rupees ($1.01 million) from 1,000 screens.
Theaters were at 60%-70% capacity, according to exhibitors. Although the Amitabh Bachchan-Dharmendra starrer beat the other new release “Mr. Joe B. Carvalho” at the box office, the 3D conversion cost the producers $3.5 million.
“Dhoom 3,” with Aamir Khan, is still going gangbusters in theaters at 90% capacity, according to exhibs, and may be drawing all the oxygen.
The re-release of the 1975 blockbuster “Sholay” had the support of its stars, who include Bachchan and Dharmendra’s respective wives, Jaya Bhaduri and Hema Malini. Sanjeev Kumar, the other lead in the all-star cast, died in 1985. But the film’s director Ramesh Sippy went to court to regain copyright to the film, which is now with his nephew, however the Mumbai High Court rejected his plea »
- Shalini Dore
Mumbai, Jan 5: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan is in awe of "Sholay 3D" and the stars associated with it.
The 3D version of the cult movie "Sholay" came out Friday.
Produced by G.P. Sippy, it became the biggest hit of 1975.
"'Sholay' - the dada of all movies. Go and see it, Amitji, Dharamji, Sanjeev Kumar, Hemaji, Amjad Khan, Jayaji, Aasraniji and Jagdeepji are superb," Salman, whose father Salim Khan co-scripted it with Javed. »
- Ketali Mehta
An inviolable classic, timeless, as it is timely. The new version, spruced up with flying bullets and thundering hoofs, comes to us at a time when "Dhoom" is trending. So it's "Sholay 3D" weighed against "Dhoom: 3".
Undoubtedly, the current films that seem to make so much money seem to pale into flamboyant insignificance when weighed against the hefty impact of "Sholay".
As many. »
- Smith Cox
Both the releases of the week, the Arshad-Soha starrer, Mr. Joe B. Caravlaho and Gp Sippy's timeless classic Sholay 3D, failed to cut much ice with the audience. Not surprisingly it was the Amitabh, Dharmendra and Amjad starrer Sholay 3D which opened at a much better 25-30 percent occupancy at the multiplexes as opposed to the 10-15 percent start by Mr. Joe B. Carvalho. From the two releases, it is the 3D version of Sholay which is expected to show an improvement in collections as »
This Friday's new release will be the Arshad Warsi and Soha Ali Khan starrer, Mr. Joe B. Carvalho, and just as we had mentioned in the film's music review, the first choice of the audience will once again be Dhoom 3, though Mr. Joe B. Carvlaho may find limited patronage in Mumbai-Goa. The other release of the week, Ramesh Sippy's Amitabh-Dharmendra timeless classic Sholay this time in 3D format, is sure to find it's set of admirers and fans!The two releases of last »
Chennai, Jan 1: As "Sholay 3D", the 3D version of the 1975 action drama "Sholay", gets ready to hit the theatres Friday, several moviegoers are gearing up to to catch the action on the big screen for the first time here.
For Rakesh Arora, a student of D.G. Vaishnav College, watching the classic in a movie hall is an exciting opportunity.
"I've watched the film several times on my computer and television, but never in a cinema hall. I have grown up listening to stores told by my father about the 'Sholay' experience in a theatre. Some films are best enjoyed. »
- Smith Cox
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