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His Chillar Party bagged starry help from Salman Khan and fructified into a reality in theatres. Vikas Bahl is all gung-ho over Queen; the preview buzz has been upbeat and Bahl is sanguine of hitting the bulls-eye with his Kangana Rananut starrer. I'll plead with Salman Khan to see Queen! declares Bahl, I want him to see it and give me his feedback. I hope he likes the film that I do and continues to produce them. It would be like a dream come true.Adds Bahl signifi »
Bollywood beauty Kangana Ranaut speaks to Sunny Malik about her next release, Queen which hits theaters on March 7th. The film is a feel-good and female-centric flick directed by Vikas Bahl and produced by Viacom 18 Motion Pictures.
Queen tells the story of Rani, a girl left at the altar. Taking her life and destiny in her own hands, she decides, impromptu, to go for her meticulously pre-planned honeymoon… by herself. A girl who has never been out in Delhi unescorted by her younger brother now leaves for a foreign land to embark on a life journey filled with experience and adventure.
How was your experience attending the Burberry show at the recently concluded London Fashion Week?
It was really beautiful. London was great as it didn’t rain that day. We were expecting it to rain and it didn’t. »
- Sunny Malik
The actress has put an end to months of speculation regarding who would play the lead with Salman Khan in the latest Barjatya saga.
"I was in negotiations with Sooraj-ji for the last four months. We've finally worked out all the modalities. And, yes I am doing the film. I'll be getting into the film as soon as I finish shooting Arbaaz Khan's 'Dolly Ki Doli'," Sonam said.
With Sonam stepping into Barjatya's film, the project finally. »
- Machan Kumar
"Bhai (Salman) has been very busy and finally we managed to take some time from him. Today (Wednesday) we are shooting for the title track of our film with Bhai and the other two leads. It's a hip-hop dance number and we will wind up the song with Bhai today itself," Agnihotri, the film's producer, told Ians.
The hip-hop song will be used as the title song of the film. It is being shot at Mehboob Studio here.
Directed by Umesh. »
- Meeta Kabra
An ace visitor showing up on the sets of a flick can create quite a buzz. And if it happens to be Salman Khan, then it turns all the more newsy. Salman Khan was shooting at Mehboob Studio for a flick. On hearing that Alia and Arjun were also present there doing a promotional photo-shoot for their upcoming film 2 States, Salman strode on to the sets and greeted both the young actorsNeedless to add, Alia Bhatt and Arjun Kapoor were both were excited to see Salman and happi »
Some time back it was headlines that Salman Khan would soon be seen in Sooraj Barjatya's next film titled Bade Bhaiya. Well, after Khan was confirmed for the film, speculation was rife about who would play the female lead opposite Salman. Now after months of hearsay, it is learnt that Sonam Kapoor has been finalized for the part.
Confirming her inclusion in the film, Sonam stated that she has been in conversation with the makers of the film for the past four months and have finally been able to work out the minor details of the film. As for the schedule of the film, Sonam commented that she would start filming for the same once she completes her current projects.
With the lead cast finally locked, the film will finally get underway with the finalities of production. Interestingly, it is also learnt that Bade Bhaiya will feature Sonam as the quintessential homely girl. »
- Bollywood Hungama News Network
Salman Khan and Akshay Kumar came together and danced to the title track of Grazing Goat's forthcoming film Fugly along with the lead star cast of the film Mohit Marwah, Vijender Singh, Arfi Lamba and Kiara AdvaniThe song was shot over two days at a studio in Mumbai on four different set-ups with choreography by Mudassar Khan. Akshay and Salman were on set throughout the entire time, learning and rehearsing the steps along with the newcomers. The whole unit was »
New Delhi, March 2: Veer campaign, an initiative to raise funds to create employment for 1,000 people with disabilities, seems to be quite close to its target - the two-month drive has already collected Rs.50 lakh.
The campaign, a joint initiative by Thumps Up, Salman Khan's Being Human, the American India Foundation, and CNN-ibn, launched Jan 24 with a target to raise at least Rs.75 lakhs.
CNN-ibn and IBN7 have showcased inspiring stories of people with disabilities, who despite various obstacles have managed to achieve success and earn people's respect.
"We at Being Human - the Salman Khan Foundation - thank all those. »
- Lohit Reddy
Rahman launched his new album "Raunaq" Thursday and Salman, who graced the occasion, asked Rahman: "When will you work for us?"
When asked about Salman's desire, Rahman said: "Then he has to do movies which I like."
Does that mean you don't like Salman's films?
"No, no. I like his stuff, they are so energetic and nice," Rahman said.
"We worked together in 'Yuvvraaj' and its music has been a hit. I think life. »
- Lohit Reddy
The traditionally exotic beauty, Zarine Khan, made a royal debut opposite none other than Salman Khan in Veer. The actress by chance told us, You will not believe this but I never wanted to become an actor. But then I met Salman Khan. We talked a lot and you know the restZarine then rocked the nation once again with Salman Khan via the sizzling dance number, 'Character Dheela Hai' (Ready), and in the process showcased her dancing skills as welHowever most of »
His biggest success till date, Salman Khan's Tere Naam stays on to be one of the most memorable tragedies to have ever come out of Bollywood. However, Satish Kaushik, the man who has entertained as a comic actor in close to 100 films, isn't someone who wanted to restrict himself to a genre. Though he has directed thrillers as well as social dramas, Kaushik felt that it was high time he made an out-and-out comic entertainer.Lots of people said that I have been a comic actor fo »
The trailer of the film, O Teri, presented by Salman Khan talks about two boys, Prantabh Pratap (Pp) & Anand Ishvaram Devadutt Subramanium (AIDS, in short) who are ordinary journalists doing ordinary stories, facing ordinary pressures of life when a quirky turn of events changes their lives.
Both the boys are in search of a big scam to get attention at work and show their capabilities which they get and it is called the Asian Olympics.
Insiders are now drawing similarities with the Common Wealth Games (2010) and all the said scams revolving around the event. Another point of similarity is the bridge that is seen falling in the trailer. When contacted the director of the film, Umesh Bist said, “The entire film is inspired by real life events. However I would not like to reveal them now.”
The film is slated to release on 28th March 2014.
Check out the trailer.
- BollySpice Editors
Mumbai, Feb 25: A Mumbai sessions court has fixed March 26 as the date for the fresh trial of Bollywood actor Salman Khan in the hit-and-run case here Tuesday.
The ruling came at a hearing of the case Tuesday when the prosecution submitted a list of 17 witnesses who will be examined and cross-examined again.
Last year, July 24, the sessions court framed charges against Salman for the more serious charge of culpable homicide not amounting to murder, which entails a 10-year prison term.
Earlier, the 48-year-old actor was tried for the less stringent charge of rash and negligent driving, which attracts a two-year. »
- Rahul Kapoor
New Delhi, Feb 21: Actress Manisha Koirala, who has worked with Bollywood's big stars, including Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan, is impressed by the younger talent and says she finds Ranbir Kapoor fit to play her brother on screen.
"I have been seeing Ranbir Kapoor, and I think he is brilliant. I think he can do my younger brother's role," the 43-year-old told Ians during a chat on the sidelines of a recently held event here.
Manisha, who carved her own niche in the Hindi film industry with films like "Bombay", "1942: A Love Story" and "Dil Se", is impressed too with the new female talent in the Hindi film. »
- Abhijeet Sen
Kolkata-based Akshat, who impressed "India's Got Talent 5" judges when he shook a leg to Salman's popular song "Mera hi jalwa", left for Los Angeles Feb 13. He recorded his dance item in front of the highly appreciative American hostess on Valentine's Day.
"She loved my dancing. She wanted to know all about Salman Khan and I was happy to tell her. There were lots of Indians in the studio and they were all Salman fans. So I had fun. I ate Mexican food and got to meet nice people," said Akshat.
A Class 3 student, he confesses. »
- Ketali Mehta
It is a known fact that Sajid Nadiadwala, who is among the top ten Bollywood filmmakers, likes to work on his birthday. He prefers enjoying the day doing what he loves, i.e. being on the sets.
This year too, Sajid, who has stepped into the director’s shoes with Kick, was reported to be on the sets. Busy shooting a song sequence with lead actors Salman Khan and Jacqueline Fernandez, the director had no clue of the plans that were being put in place to celebrate his big day, in the vicinity.
A spokesperson for the film confirmed, “A red carpet was rolled out in the evening, as we waited for Sajid sir to finish the shot and go to his vanity. The entire place was lit up with big lights, sky lanterns and lots of balloons.”
Sajid’s family, mother Shafaat, beautiful wife Warda, kids Subhan and Sufyan »
- Press Releases
Madhuri Dixit, who has paired up with Bollywood superstar Salman Khan in three films Saajan, Hum Aapke Hain Koun...!, Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam and delivered great hits, says that Salman is a much-committed actor today. Madhuri finds a certain maturity in Salman's selection of roles. Today, I find a sort of commitment in him. When he is doing the roles like Chulbul Pandey there is a different maturity to it and even his dances...now he is got his own style and swagger chuckles Ma »
During an exclusive interview with Ani, the 27-year-old half-German half-Indian supermodel-turned-actress admitted that she is a fan of the 'Jai Ho' star and said, "He is a huge star, but is simple and sweet at heart. I admire that".
She added that she hasn't met the other Khans of the industry but she loves their movies too. (Ani) »
- Diksha Singh
Sonu Walia, the sex-siren of the late '80s, turns 50. Glamsham.Com wishes her birthday greetings.Sonu Walia (who was cast in the same mould as glamour dolls Parveen Babi and Zeenat of the '70s) had created a stir with her sensational performance in Rakesh Roshan's movie Khoon Bhari Maang. In a lighter mood, framed the three Khans viz. Aamir Khan, Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan for her untimely exit from Bollywood. You may wonder how? Well, according to Sonu »
Coming soon: An all new Salman Khan for Sajid's KICKSalman Khan and producer-director Sajid Nadiadwala are changing gears with Kick . Even though the film is a remake of the namesake South hit, the two friends are making sure that it is as contemporary as it gets with a pan-India appeal. Buzz is that Salman's Kick is many notches ahead of the Ravi Teja starrer. The idea is to make Kick at least on par, if not ahead, of the biggies that Bollywood has delivered of late, a »
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