5 items from 2014
If Sunny Leone is to be believed, Talaash hardly qualifies as a film with true-blue supernatural and horror elements. As a matter of fact, she was surprised when the Aamir Khan-Kareena Kapoor-Rani Mukerji film was hailed as a modern day contemporary horror flick.When she was approached to feature in Ragini Mms-2, it was going to be her first stint with a Bollywood horror film. Since she hadn't seen many in the past, there were no references available for her. That is when one »
In theaters now is the Farhan Akhtar-Vidya Balan starrer Shaadi Ke Side Effects! A sequel to 2006’s hit Pyaar Ke Side Effects, this film revisits the great characters of Sid and Trisha after they are married. A quirky and humorous story, Skse deals with the serious issue of decision making and sharing in married life! We heard from Vidya Balan yesterday, now check out what the fab Farhan Akhtar had to say about the film and more when he spoke to Cineworld cinemas Bollywood editor Ashanti Omkar. Some highlights…
The actor revealed what it was about Shaadi Ke Side Effects that made him want to say yes, “I base all my choices on the same sorts of parameters that I choose everything in life. It just felt real, the story, it touched me, made me laugh. It’s very relatable. It’s nice as Saket Chaudhary, the director and the writers Zeenat Lakhani, »
- Stacey Yount
10. Chitrangada Singh (I, Me Aur Main)
Beginning her career as a model in Delhi, Chitrangada Singh made her debut on the Bollywood screen with Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi (2005). Her performance as Geeta Rao, firstly a student caught up against volatile political and social issues in India and then a woman who chooses to be with the man she loves, rather than her husband, had won her critical acclaim.
The year 2013 saw Chitrangada as Anushka Lal opposite John Abraham in I, Me Aur Main (Dir. Kapil Sharma). Playing the role of a girlfriend who is frustrated at her boyfriend Ishaan for the lack of responsibilities and maturity he shows, Chitrangada gauged the conflicting emotions gracefully. She emotively portrayed the fine balance between assertiveness and her broken feelings.
9. Huma Qureshi (Ek Thi Dayaan)
- Aashi Gahlot
A big BollySpice Good Morning, Good Afternoon and Good Evening to all you my lovelies in which ever part of the world you may be reading this. 2013. What a year it has been! And why not!?! 2013 marked the centenary of the Indian Film Industry. There have been celebrations throughout the world marking this landmark, and the Indian film industry celebrated in the only way it knows best by giving us some of the biggest releases in the film industry as well as many sequels, some of which were appreciated and some which left us desiring more.
I am here to show you which films you helped put into this list by making time in your busy schedules and parting with your hard earned cash.
Ladies and gentlemen in reverse order I give you the top money spinners of 2013.
10. Special 26
- Rima Bhatia
"I want to hike my price because that should happen with each actor. It's just a wish which is unfulfilled. So far I don't know when this will happen. But I am certain things will change for me," said Nawazuddin.
After facing many obstacles, the 39-year-old feels happy that he is being approached for lead roles.
"I had lot of hurdles in my journey. People used to feel that with the kind of looks I have, I can't pull off a lead role. So, it took too long. »
- Smith Cox
5 items from 2014
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