6 items from 2012
How many of us would remember that Katrina Kaif made her debut in a film Boom that was produced by Jackie Shroff’s wife Aisha Shroff, where she strutted around the landscape of the cinematic oeuvre in a bikini? Well, bikini as a tool to launch a career has been there in vogue in the world of Hindi cinema for quite a long time. Sonam had done it for Vijay, a Yash Chopra film, but normally the bikini has been used as a device by the new starlets probably to display their assets on the silver screen and to use it as a channel vehicle to promote the career. Read More »
How many of us would remember that Katrina Kaif made her debut in a film Boom that was produced by Jackie Shroff's wife Aisha Shroff, where she strutted around the landscape of the cinematic oeuvre in a bikini? Well, bikini as a tool to launch a career has been there in vogue in the world of Hindi cinema for quite a long time. Sonam had done it for Vijay, a Yash Chopra film, but normally the bikini has been used as a device by the new starlets probably to display their assets on t »
All knows that if there is some big-shot to help a newcomer in the Hindi film industry, he/she can go a long way. Following this line of thought, one can say that the same happened to our very own Katrina Kaif. She made her debut in the industry with “Boom” in the year 2003, and her role was far from that of a ‘heroine’ making her debut. However, her luck changed from that of a struggler to a heroine with the help of one Salman Khan. She has come a long way since her debut and today she is one of the leading actresses of Bollywood. She has been the female lead of films like “Ek Tha Tiger”, “Jab Tak Hai Jaan”, “Welcome”, »
Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif, who is super busy these days for the promotion of her upcoming film Ek Tha Tiger, turned 28 today. Sources revealed that Katrina, who prefers to have a quiet birthday, will be busy with her work. To fulfill her professional commitments the actress will be busy shooting for her upcoming projects. Katrina made her Bollywood debut in the movie Boom, in 2003 and later on featured in hit films like Sarkar, Race, Raajneeti, Mere Brother Ki Dulhan »
Another day, another schedule for the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con. Next up is Day 3 - Saturday, July 14th - which is just about as chock-full of events for the horror crowd as Friday the 13th!
As always, our focus is the horror panels, but included are a few others that we think will be of interest as well. Remember that times and participants are subject to change so keep your eyes on the official Sdcc site for updates. And hopefully they'll provide a fix soon for the Sdcc smartphone app - in years past it's been extremely helpful.
10:00-11:00 Comic-Con How-To: Anatomy of a Fight Scene, Part One— Stories are about conflict, and there is no purer form of conflict than a good ol' fisticuffs-style brawl-or sword fight, laser battle, western shootout, or even two chicks pulling each other's hair. How do you put that much action down on »
- The Woman In Black
Chuck 5.10 "Chuck Vs. Bo" Review
Chuck season 5 emerges with its tightly-coiled tenth entry in this week’s "Chuck Vs. Bo" Morgan's past with the Intersect drags Chuck and Team Bartowski on one last mission in Vail to meet with superstar Bo Derek as herself, and uncover a new villain. Things are really starting to move along in Chuck's final episodes, and thankfully "Bo" manages to keep a good balance of its many plot lines toward one of the more fun episodes of the season.
All kidding aside, “Chuck Vs. Bo” left us with a lot to digest, particularly in those last few minutes as Casey and Sarah seemed pinned down by a barrage of gunfire, their only hope for Sarah to »
- Kevin Fitzpatrick
6 items from 2012
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