She might be hogging the limelight with her newly released item song, 'Babli badmaash' from Shootout At Wadala, but Priyanka Chopra admits that it took her a long time to agree to do it.
Ayushmann Khurrana, whose upcoming film Nautanki Saala features remixed versions of two old Bollywood songs, says there will always be a split audience as far as such numbers are concerned.
He is an Oscar winner (for Slumdog Millionaire; 2008) and one of the most respected contemporary music composers. So when AR Rahman has a word of appreciation for a singer, it means a lot.
Director Rajkumar Gupta's upcoming film, Ghanchakkar, which means 'crazy' in English, is touted to be a quirky thriller. Now, to add to the craziness, the makers of the film - UTV Motion Pictures - have thought of a rather unconventional idea to promote its music.
The Sanjay Gupta directed Shootout At Wadala is currently the talk of the town, thanks to the hit track 'Babli Badmaash'.
Shekhar Suman is leaving no stone unturned to make sure his directorial debut Heartless does well. He has now spent R1 crore to shoot a song for the romantic thriller which stars his son Adhyayan Suman.
Bollywood actress Kajol Thursday said that she will not mind doing an item number if its requirement is justified in the film.
Come March 19 and the makers of Shootout At Wadala will release the music of the film in a grand style at a city mall. The entire cast - including John Abraham, Tusshar Kapoor, Anil Kapoor and Sunny Leone - will be present at the event, which will boast of a specially created set.
Folk-rock singer Rabbi Shergill has a soothing impact on many of his listeners. Best remembered for his emotional songs, the Indian musician is all set to perform live in the city again.
As 'Babli badmaash' releases online, Balaji Motion Pictures has planned a unique promotional strategy.