The post Check out: Madhubala gets a wax statue as Mughal-e-Azam’s Anarkali at Madame Tussauds in Delhi appeared first on Bollywood Hungama.
The post Stalwarts who played terrific brothers without knowing what it was to have a sister in real life appeared first on Bollywood Hungama.
The production, which was helmed by acclaimed director Feroz Abbas Khan has opened to near unanimous acclaim and it is quite clear now that the makers have a winner on their hands. So much so that the public demand for the play prompted the makers to have additional shows of the musical extravaganza on Monday and Tuesdayconsidering the fact that all the shows are going housefull and tickets are selling like hot cakes.
The play, which is smashing records all over, will have an extra show on Monday (October 31, which is celebrated as New Year) at 4 pm and on Tuesday(November 1, which is celebrated as
Acclaimed director Feroz Abbas Khan, known for his award-winning film Gandhi, My Father and successful plays like ‘Tumhari Amrita’, ‘Salesman Ramlal’ and ‘Mahatma Vs Gandhi’, will soon helm ‘Mughal-e-Azam’, a Broadway-style musical play, which will be a tribute to the original film and is being prepared on a grand scale to be performed at the Ncpa (National Centre For Performing Arts), where it will play daily from October 21 till first week of November for a limited engagement of two weeks followed by the staging in end November for another two weeks into December at Siri Fort Auditorium in New Delhi.
Readers will be delighted to
Starring Abhay Deol, Diana Penty, Momal Sheikh, Ali Faizal, Jimmy Sheirgil
Written & Directed by Mudassar Aziz
“Woh jo chahti hai karti hai,” Abhay Deol playing a suave Pakistani politician’s dissatisfied son trapped in a life he doesn’t relish, says at some point about the protagonist.
Abhay has a complex role in a narrative that floats freely gently and elegantly on the surface level. We know all along the complications in the plot—including the heroine landing up accidently in Lahore from Amritsar—are going to iron themselves out magically. Yes, this is that kind of a film where laughter can wipe out 69 years of bitterness between hostile neighbours. At least for a couple of hours.
Yes, this is the kind of Utopian cinema where the entire city of Lahore, including benevolent autorickshaw drivers and a compassionate though cranky cop (Piyush Mishra, brilliant), gets together to
The song to be shot over the next week would stretch into a good 7 minutes of non-stop dancing by the indefatigable Deepika Padukone.
Says a source close to Sanjay Leela Bhansali productions, "The last time Deepika danced for Mr. Bhansali, she created magic in the garba dance number 'Nagara sang dhol'. This time the duo will be going even further in the pursuit of elegant dancing. The only difference is Deepika's co-star Ranveer Singh would be missing."
It is believed that love blossomed between the couple during the shooting of the 'Nagara' song in Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram Leela.
Now a song choreographed by the legendary Kathak exponent Birju Maharaj where 'Mastani' Deepika Padukone expresses her love
Om Shanti Om:
This Deepika Padukone's debut film is a story about the rebirth of a lover played by Shah Rukh Khan, who dies poor in one life and is a super-successful star in his next life. While he does not get his love in his previous life, a lady with the same face enters his life with desperateness to meet the superstar.
This evergreen drama is always remembered for the epic dialogue 'Mere Karan Arjun aayenge'. Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan took punar janam on the wish of their mother played by Rakhee and also settled the old score with their killers.
Pallavi plays Sitara, a Tamasha dancer and the love of Ayushmann’s Shivkar Bapuji Talpade but the course of their love does not run smooth.
The actress talks dancing, working with director Vibhu Puri, Ayushmann and more in this cool Q and A! Check it out!
Tell us something about your role in Hawaizaada.
Hawaizaada is mostly based on Ayushmann and Mithun-da’s story, my love story. I play a ‘Tamasha’ dancer in the movie. I think my character has come up very well. All thanks to our director Vibhu Puri & my co star Ayushmann Khurrana who encouraged me to give my best to the film.
The young singer has bagged a plum guest role with our Jhakaaaas global star Anil Kapoor in none other than his Indian version of the popular international thriller TV series “24″.
Shweta, plays Radhika – the daughter of Sivam, an Ltfe supporter who takes Jai Singh Rathod (Anil Kapoor) hostage in his house by his friend Ravindran (The leader of Ltfe). What happens next in the thriller is to be seen this Saturday 14 December on Colors. Shweta will be seen sharing screen space with Anil Kapoor for the first time.
Shweta says, “I got a call from the casting team of 24 after they
Was acting always on your agenda or was it something you realised after you completed your business degree?
Acting has always been my passion but when you are young you try to do the right thing, the safe option of a career. Although my education has been indispensable in making the choices and deals with the industry professionals to get me where I am now, I am
You may recall the chillingly melancholic ‘Aayega Aane Waala’ sung by Lata Mangeshkar.
Yes – this was the the first time Bollywood truly met the “horror” genre through Kamal Amrohi’s box office smash hit, Mahal (1949). Starring Ashok Kumar and Madhubala in the lead, Mahal was the very first Hindi film to explore the theme of re-incarnation. In the style of a thriller, Mahal pioneered the way for Gothic Indian fiction.
Bollywood through the 1970’s and 1980’s witnessed an abundant rising of the dead through the many successful horror films produced during these two decades.
In fact, Bollywood even
1. Baad Muddat Ke Yeh Ghadi Ayee: Jahan Ara (1964) – This soulful romantic number from the historical epic Jahan Ara is truly breath-taking to listen to. The golden lyrics, the superb picturization, as well as great vocals
IMDb.com, Inc. takes no responsibility for the content or accuracy of the above news articles, Tweets, or blog posts. This content is published for the entertainment of our users only. The news articles, Tweets, and blog posts do not represent IMDb's opinions nor can we guarantee that the reporting therein is completely factual. Please visit the source responsible for the item in question to report any concerns you may have regarding content or accuracy.