Directed by Abbas-Mustan
Exactly at the stroke of mid-point the film’s debut making hero does what Shah Rukh Khan did in Baazigar 24 years ago.
Mustafa who is co-director Abbas Burmanwala’s son, pushes a lady to a steep fall. It is interesting to see the producer’s son picking to debut so darkly. Machine is a film about a nasty murky non-brainer of a hero (hence, Machine) who doesn’t think twice before snuffing out lives on his mentor’s order.
Not much thought has gone into the protagonist’s behaviour. Ditto the action. It’s a role that Shah Rukh Khan mythologized in Baazigar except for the fact that his cruel murders were perpetrated to avenge his father’s murder and mother’s humiliation.
Our cinema is all about loving one’s parents, remember? Ransh, the hero as
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It is not easy to break the mold and show the audience something new or bring something old to the table and present this in a new way.
We put together some of the most outstanding choreographed songs of the year.
Dard Karara – Dum Laga Ke Haisha
Not only is the picturization of this song completely in the style of the 90s, but also the choreography brings you back to the 90s.
The choreography is done by Chinni Prakash who is known for his work in movies from the 90s such as Main Khiladi Tu Anari, Sabse Bada Khiladi, Coolie No. 1,
The number will be inspired by songs like 'Tip Tip Barsa Paani' (Mohra), 'Rangeela Re' (Rangeela), and 'Ek Do Teen' (Tezaab) . Being a lover of Bollywood since childhood, an excited Huma revealed that she has already started to watch Raveena Tandon, Urmila Matondkar, and Madhuri Dixit's dance moves as a preparation for the song. The film will see Huma playing the role of a prostitute and Varun will play a character with grey shades.
Badlapur also stars Yaami Gautam who plays the role of Varun's wife along with Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Vinay Pathak.
However director Mohit Suri, the writers and producers (Balaji) were extremely keen to have that title for their Sidharth Malhotra-Riteish Deshmukh-Shraddha Kapoor starrer as they felt that it was extremely powerful and relevant to the subject.
The title was the ownership of yesteryear’s film maker Rajiv Rai, known for blockbusters like ‘Tridev’, ‘Mohra’ and ‘Gupt’. When Balaji requested him recently, he obliged.
Confirms Tanuj Garg, CEO – Balaji Motion Pictures, “Rajiv (Rai) is a dear friend. When I requested him for the title, he consented immediately. He wasn’t planning to produce or direct any film with the title and gave it to us.”
‘Ek Villain’ releases in cinemas worldwide on June 27.
In case you missed it, check out the first look of the film!
Kumar and production partner, Ashvini Yardi, are deciding on the scripts together. A source close to the producers adds, “As of now, they have already received about 50 scripts. While one email account is meant for Hindi writers, the other caters to regional talent. If they like a concept, then they will ask the writer to send them the complete story and then take the association forward.”
The source further adds, “Right now, he is too caught up with the film’s (Khiladi 786) promotional activities, but he has asked Ashvini to shortlist the ones she likes.
Set in Bolton, in the north west of England, it centres around a close knit Asian family, focussing on newly married couple Atul Dutt (Reece Ritchie – Prince of Persia) and Vina (Amara Karan – The Darjeeling Limited). When their honeymoon is cancelled the day after the wedding, the newlyweds reluctantly return home to the family. From here on begins the chaotic challenge of noesy neighbours and meddling parents and how the couple struggle to keep their marriage ticking…
Walking the red carpet were the films director Nigel Cole (Calendar Girls, Made in Dagenham), writer Ayub Khan Din,
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