Ayan Mukerji is shocked. His Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone starrer Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani is breaking records left, right and centre with weekend collections crossing the 60 crores mark and Monday holding on well too.
Director Rohit Shetty's first brush with fame was his 2006 hit Golmaal. He went on to make two sequels - Golmaal Returns (2008) and Golmaal 3 (2010) - and is keen on a fourth film in the series.
Bollywood actress Vidya Balan will host kitty parties as a promotional activity for her forthcoming film Ghanchakkar.
Renowned south director K S Ravikumar, who has teamed up with Sanjay Dutt for his Hindi film debut Policegiri, says the actor wants the film to do a business of Rs. 100 crore.
Shah Rukh Khan was discharged on Wednesday (May 29) from the hospital after undergoing surgery on his right shoulder. Now, it seems that the actor's operation has apparently delayed the start of his next venture, Happy New Year (HNY).
Director Mohit Suri's musical saga, Aashiqui 2, has become the latest to join the Rs.100 crore club and the producers are elated.
Actress Prachi Desai, who will soon be seen in Sanjay Dutt-starrer action film Policegiri, says she is confident about the film's good business. The film will be a Sanjay Dutt starrer film.
A kiss can definitely strengthen onscreen romance, but sometimes it can also take the focus away from the premise of the film. And that's exactly what made the makers of Fukrey.
When Mughal emperor Jahangir set his eyes on the valley of Kashmir, he fell in love with the place, believing it to be paradise on earth. Now, as Bollywood once again rediscovers the beauty of the Valley and showcases it on the big screen, the Films Division of India is organising a three-day film festival titled Kashmir Before Our Eyes.
It's the season of remakes in the Hindi film industry. But this time, it isn't a Tamil or a Telugu hit that's being adapted for Bollywood. In a first, five Hollywood blockbusters, including First Blood (1982) and The Expendables (2010), are apparently being remade for Indian audiences.