4 items from 2010
One of the most amazing success story of recent times has been that of Katrina Kaif. The actress dismissed as just another pretty face, with no acting talent to boast of, gave it back to her detractors in no uncertain terms, and with the most appropriate weapon- Unbelievable release to hit record! In fact one has to search through her list of films to find the rare flops (in projects where she had substantial roles) and one can think of only Boom and Yuvvraaj! With Raajneti »
Apart from his attitude and wacky sense of humour , one thing that has been inseparable from Salman Khan is the Feroza bracelet that the superstar has been wearing on his right wrist from last so many years. Even for his movie roles in films like Wanted and Yuvvraaj Salman did not take off the bracelet because he reportedly considered it his lucky charm. He made an exception for a few scenes for Veer only because the bracelet did not go along. Recently, Salman has once again been stripped of his lucky charm for his role in Dabangg. The actor plays a corrupt cop from Up and the bracelet did not suit his character. Direc »
Salman Khan says period dramas usually give the impression that people in past eras never used to laugh, but promises that his new movie 'Veer' will have its light moments.'We haven't followed the regular format. This has emotion, drama and comedy unlike other period films, which always casts an impression that no one used to laugh in those days,' Salman told Ians in an interview.'The language has undergone a huge change. The dialogues are in contemporary language but would show that people of that time used to speak and behave like this,' he added.'Veer', slated to release Jan 22, is a story of bravery, treachery and love. The story revolves around the 18th century Pindaris who preferred death to dishonour and fought to their last breath to save their land. Salman plays the lead role.Throwing light on how his co-star Zarine Khan joined the cast, »
New Delhi, Jan 6 (Ians) Bollywood is known to bat for the underdog and often one with certain mental disabilities as we saw Hrithik Roshan in ‘Koi Mil Gaya’ and Anil Kapoor in ‘Yuvvraaj’. And now superstar Shah Rukh Khan will explore yet another illness plaguing the human mind in ‘My Name Is Khan’.
Directed by Karan Johar and co-produced by his Dharma Productions and Shah Rukh’s Red Chillies Entertainment, ‘My Name Is Khan’ is about Rizwan Khan, a man with Asperger syndrome, who is mistaken for a terrorist while travelling in the Us.
Asperger syndrome is a kind of autism and people affected by it show. »
4 items from 2010
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