Meera (Anushka Sharma) and Arjun (Neil Bhoopalam) make a happy couple, which is well off and effectively connected. One gloomy night, while driving alone in Gurgaon, Meera encounters a gang of hooligans, but she braves them and escapes unhurt. Read On..
So you have been kicked about Kumar Sanu returning with Dard Karaara? Been feeling nostalgic ever since the song was released on YouTube? Book your tickets right away!
Never mind that his last outing, Agent Vinod (2007), disappeared without a whimper. Badlapur was touted to be Raghavan's comeback film, a revenge drama seldom seen on Indian screens.
"Kam Zyada, sahi galat, in sab cheezon ka main hisaab nahi rakhta." Two different characters say this in completely different situations in Roy.
When Amitabh Bachchan repeatedly warned about Shamitabh’s Avant Garde approach in Shamitabh’s trailers, little did the audience realise that it’s actually going to be the case.
I know the Wright brothers as the inventors of the first airplane, but it is believed that, in 1895, eight years before the Wright brothers, an Indian scientist named Shivkar Bapuji Talpade flew the first unmanned aircraft, named Marutsakha.
If you are told that the bride in this film calls herself 'Looteri Dulhan', would you still want to waste three hours of your weekend watching it? Perhaps you won't.
If there is one genre of filmmaking Indians have failed to master consistently, it has to be thriller. But Director Neeraj Pandey's Baby is one of those pleasant surprises that come out rarely from Bollywood. It's sleek, well-timed and engaging.
Ragini MMS's Bhushan Patel is back with what he thinks only he excels in: Trying to spook us with yet another supernatural thriller.
Take 100 grams of Arnold Schwarzenegger and mix it with 75 grams of Sylvester Stallone. Sprinkle Salman Khan as per your taste and you'll find yourself staring at Ghanshyam aka Pintu (Arjun Kapoor). This is what the protagonist of Tevar thinks of himself.