8 items from 2015
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- Indicine Team
The director of Omg, Umesh Shukla, returns to the silver screen with his latest offering All is Well. The film stars Abhishek Bachchan, Asin and Rishi Kapoor in the lead roles. The story has three twists which revolve around a father-son relationship and the way they both see the world. The music released last week and is a power packed album with big names such as Himesh Reshammiya, Mithoon Sharma, Amaal Malik and Meet Bros.
The album opens up with the peppy number Char Shanivaar. Possibly one of the youngest Music Directors, Amaal Malik is back with yet another foot tapping number after his previous hit ‘Sooraj Dooba Hai Yaaron’ from Roy. Char Shanivaar sets the fun mood with its quirky lyric and party-like feel. The song has vocals by Vishal Dadlani, »
- Jem Raj
Bollywood has always had a vast variety of music to offer to its listeners. And with a lot of different and versatile singers in the industry, we have all the more options! You're in love, there are romantic songs; you're in a mood to part, we've peppy dance numbers; you're in a jovial mood, we've fun songs which you can enjoy; you're in a mood to relax and we've got such soothing numbers too! The multi-talented Himesh Reshammiya too has given us a variety of songs from romantic to party numbers, he has a song for almost every mood. But if you're going through heartbreak, you should totally avoid listening to some of his songs because all they will do is make you miss your love even more and even worse make you more miserable and depressed! Here is a list of some of the songs...
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Finally, last weekend of The Voice India not only saw the show enter its second phase (battle rounds) but also gave the ‘fabulous four’ coaches the chance to wear a different outfit (yay!) During the battle rounds, the audience would see 2 contestants from the same team battle it out together by performing the same song. It would be their coach who would then decide after the performance, who is worthy of staying in their team and who will be eliminated.
Saturday’s episode opened with an insight into how the coaches are preparing their teams, Coach Hr then entered with Team Hr contestants singing ‘Hookah Bar’ (Khiladi 786). Coach Shaan and team Shaan sang ‘Deewangi’ from Om Shaanti Om, coach Mika and team Mika sang ‘Jumme Ki Raat’ (Kick), whilst coach Sunidhi sang Move on from Tanu Weds Manu Returns, with her team.
Team Shaan was the first team to perform in the Battle Rounds. »
- Jem Raj
Abhishek Bachchan’s forthcoming film All is Well, sees him share the big screen along side Rishi Kapoor and Asin. The latest promo from the film features the song ‘Baaton Ko Teri’ which has music composed by the multi talented Himesh Reshammiya and has vocals by Arijit Singh. On the day of the songs release, Abhishek took to social networking site twitter, to thank Himesh for this soulful melody. Abhishek tweeted “@juniorbachchan: Thank you Himesh for composing such a wonderful song.Arijit, for singing it so soulfully #BaatonKoTeri #AllIisWell” Himesh has truly given us another wonderful melody and I am very sure Baaton Ko Teri will emerge as the love song of 2015! The song has received a wonderful response. In a recent times of India article, it was reported that ‘Baaton Ko Teri’ was initially meant to feature in the Akshay Kumar and Himesh Reshammiya 2012 production of Khiladi 786. However, »
- Jem Raj
There was some good recognition and appreciation that Jackky Bhagnani got when he came up with a good and well balanced performance in Youngistaan. While many stood up noticed that the youngster, who did have a successful F.A.L.T.U. behind him, could demonstrate a different facet of his acting abilities, the makers even pitched for an Oscars nominations for the film.
A little more than a year down the line and after having played the part of a sophisticated Prime Minister candidate, Jackky is taking an about turn and getting into a goofy avtar for Welcome 2 Karachi. As a young Gujarati boy who finds himself in Pakistan without any official papers whatsoever, Jackky is supposed to have let his funny side do all the talking in this Ashish R. Mohan (Khiladi 786) directed film.
“As an actor, Jackky has progressed quite well and Youngistaan was a testimony of that. With Welcome 2 Karachi, »
- Joginder Tuteja
After impressing one and all with his performance in films like Dum Laga Ke Haisha, Ankhon Dekhi, Phas Gaye Re Obama, Bhootnath Returns, Khiladi 786 and several others, versatile actor Sanjay Mishra is all set to showcase his talent, for the first time on international shores.
Sanjay Mishra’s latest film Masaan, which is directed by Neeraj Ghaywan and stars Richa Chadda has been selected for the Un Certain Regard section, at the 68th edition of the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, which will start on May 13. The actor is playing the role of a pandit who sells pooja material on the ghats of Benaras in Masaan.
“So far none of my films have ever been to an international festival so I am very excited that finally the world will see my work,” says an elated Mishra.
Sanjay Mishra, who will also don a tuxedo for the first time in his »
- Press Releases
In the times when hits are difficult to come, films are seldom taking an opening, disasters are the order of the day an anything even remotely entertaining is lending some hopes of revival for Bollywood, the promo of Welcome 2 Karachi has made many stand up and notice. Just when it seemed that it would be a while before one would get to witness a good out and out comedy on the big screen, the arrival of Welcome 2 Karachi has indeed turned out to be a welcome moment for all involved.
“What has impressed most is the camaraderie that Arshad Warsi and Jackky Bhagnani are sharing in the film. The makers have done well in taking an out and out comic route, considering the fact that all of a sudden the laughter quotient has simply dried up in the film industry. It is as if filmmakers have stopped trusting audience to laugh at their jokes. »
- BollySpice Editors
8 items from 2015
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