You must have heard of Tanakpur. Yes, that snow-clad Uttarakhand town your friend went for vacations last winter. It all starts there, when Aakash (Pulkit Samrat) and Shruti (Yami Gautam) are still kids.
What would you expect a Bollywood hero to do? Confess love and deliver some high-octane dramatic dialogues? That’s not what you get in Abhishek Kapoor’s Fitoor.
Truth be told, we fell for the pre-release hype of R Madhavan’s Saala Khadoos: It claimed to be based on ‘true life events’, had Rajkumar Hirani as the producer, with a ‘real’ boxer playing the lead character of a pugilist.
Sunny Deol’s Ajay Mehra hasn’t been healthy off-late (read mentally). Well, he never was. Who kills so many people in one go?
Raja Krishna Menon brings Akshay Kumar back onscreen as Ranjit Katiyal with Airlift – a film based on India’s massive evacuation of its citizens from Kuwait in 1990.
Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3 review: Dirty, naked, tasteless..
Bollywood has begun the year on a thrilling note with the first big release Wazir promising a power-packed ride.
Gone are the days when local goons bullied Indians in central Europe. We now have our own mafia bosses in that part of the world.
“Duniya ka har dharm mohabbat sikhata hai, Mohabbat ka koi dharm nahi hota. Mohabbat khud hi dharm hai” (All religions teach love, love has no religion and it is a religion in itself) - that is what Sanjay Leela Bhansali aims to preach with Bajirao Mastani that hits theatres on Friday.