Singh Saab The Great movie review: Sunny Deol’s dhai kilo ka haath still packs a punch!

The jodi of actor Sunny Deol and director Anil Sharma is back for a fourth time with Singh Saab The Great and the duo has tried to give the audience an earnest film. Though the story could have been tighter, Sunny paaji’s action avatar makes up for it

Director Anil Sharma and Sunny Deol have delivered three hit films together so far –Gadar: Ek Prem Katha, The Hero: Love Story of a Spy and Apne. And we can safely say that they are back with a bang with Singh Saab The Great. The movie is about an honest collector Saranjit Singh Talwar (Sunny Deol) who believes in doing the right thing and does so till he is transferred to Bhadori – a small town in Uttar Pradesh. This is when Bhoodev Singh (Prakash Raj), the baddie in the film, comes into the picture. While Saranjit believes in the power of truth, Bhoodev thinks the ultimate power is money. Like any politician, Bhoodev is corrupt, powerful and does every wrong thing possible. But Saranjit gets in his way each time to make things tough for him. In their fight, it is Saranjit’s wife (Uravashi Rautela) who bears the brunt of the enmity and dies. Things take a turn for the worse when the Bhadori collector is accused of bribery and is jailed. Seven years later Saranjit, with a help of his cop friend manages to get out of jail and changes his identity. Now he is known as Singh Saab, whose motto is not ‘badla’, but ‘badlav’. But does he manage to change society and most importantly, Bhoodev Singh? Watch the film to find out.

What’s good about Singh Saab The Great?

Without a doubt, it has to be Sunny Deol’s performance. Even though he is in his late ‘50s, Sunny still manages to do action sequences amazingly well. His dhai kilo ka haath yet again entertains us…and how! He is one actor who actually makes action stunts look believable. Another highlight of the film is its dialogue. An angry Sunny mouthing dhansoo lines like ‘Bali hamesha bakre ki di jaati hai, sher ki nahi’ is a treat to watch. And though the story could have been more crisp, I enjoyed watching it coz there is different atmosphere when you enter a Sunny Deol film. It’s like watching a cricket match. Every time Mr Deol fights or says a dhamaakedar line, the audience goes crazy and claps and whistles. That’s what made my experience enjoyable. Besides Sunny, Prakash Raj has delivered a solid performance. In fact, he gives worthy takkar to the ultimate action hero. His scenes with Sunny Deol are to watch out for. They make a perfect hero-villain jodi!

Amrita Rao as a journalist does well. Urvashi Rautela has nothing much to do in the film and after a point you forget why she is there at all…and then she is dead. Johny Lever makes you laugh in places.

What’s bad about Singh Saab The Great?

The most important thing: the story. While Anil Sharma’s concept is good, he fails to execute it properly. Also, the love angle between Sunny and Urvashi doesn’t fit into the plot seamlessly. The film gets boring in between, though never when Sunny is in the frame. Apart from the title track sung by Sonu Nigam and his sister Teesha Nigam, none of the other songs are too appealing. There is an item number too, but the only thing which makes that tolerable is Sunny Deol and Prakash Raj’s dancing. It fun to watch them, trust us!


Singh Saab The Great is a typical Sunny Deol film and if you are a fan of the actor, you wouldn’t mind watching it. If you want to watch a film with your family that isn’t a remake, is full of action and has plenty of drama, this one is perfect.

PS: It was nice to see so many old people in the theatre. A rare sight these days, considering the kinds of films that are being made, hai na?

Rating:3 out of 5

Source..bollywood life

Shanti, Tulsi, Shaktiman: Who should come back to Indian TV?

To celebrate World Television Day this week, take a look at the best TV shows over the last five decades. Which one do you think should make a comeback? Tell us….

In a country that is hugely dominated by Bollywood, Indian television has given its audience some of the biggest and most evergreen shows ever. Some of them are still running, while others are now off air, but each is memorable, for the characters they created and the actors who played them. Don’t you remember Mandira Bedi – now Nikita Rai on Anil Kapoor’s 24 – as Shanti? Or Smriti Irani as Tulsi Virani onKyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi? And of course, there was Mukesh Khanna asShaktiman – he was last seen as the Diwan patriarch on Pyaar ka Dard Hai Meetha Meetha Pyara Pyara. We do. Stroll with us down memory lane and share your thoughts with us….

Shanti - Missing the signature tune that played in the afternoon in almost every Indian household? You definitely are still hung up on Shanti – Ek Aurat Ki Kahani, telecast on DD National. The show revolved around a young journalist and her aspirations of writing the biographies of two friends from a big Bollywood production house. Wasn’t Mandira Bedi far better as Shanti than in the cricket commentary box?

Kyunki Saans Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi – If you walked through a residential colony around 10:30 pm a few years ago, all you would have heard would be the signature tune of Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi. The serial produced by TV queen Ekta Kapoor was a family saga and portrayed the emotional tensions between a newlywed bride and her mother-in-law. It was a huge hit with housewives who could relate to every aspect of the story. If you watch Smriti Irani give a speech as a BJP politician and you exclaim, ‘Tulsi aa gayi!’ you definitely still have the Kyunki hangover.

Ramayan – Once upon a time not too long ago people woke up on Sunday morning and made a beeline for the TV set at 9 am. Were you one of them? And do you find yourself drifting towards the idiot box just before 9 every Sunday? If yes, you have not lost the Ramayan habit. Based on the Hindu epic Ramayan and Tulsidas’ Ramcharitmanas, the show was created, written and directed by Ramanand Sagar. It was so popular that the entire nation watched it and remembered every line. The streets would be empty, the city, silent. Those were the days….

Mahabharat – Do you watch Puneet Issar as Parshuram in the new Mahabharat and wonder how he would look as Duryodhan? You have company; many people we know miss the oldMahabharat. Based on the Hindu epic Mahabharata, this was once the largest crowd puller afterRamayan went off air. This epic serial depicted societal values and helped people choose between good and bad. The tale may have been millennia old, but the freshness in the narrative brought the characters to life and left an indelible impression on the collective mind of the Indian audience.

Kaun Banega Crorepati – The most celebrated game show on Indian television is based on the UK’s Who Wants to be a Millionaire. Kaun Banega Crorepati (KBC), hosted by Amitabh Bachchan and for one season by Shah Rukh Khan, brought big screen stars to the idiot box. Amitabh made his first appearance on the small screen as host of the show and it proved to be a big turnaround in his then-sagging career. The last episode of latest season has just been shot, and Bachchan’s baritone inviting ‘Aaiye hum aur aap khelte hai Kaun Banega Crorepati’ still echoes!

Hum Log – Do you remember Ashok Kumar’s iconic voice intoning Hindi couplets and limericks? If yes, you definitely are missing Hum Log, the first Indian soap opera. It became immensely popular soon after it started airing. The story revolved around an Indian middle-class family in the 1980s, describing their daily struggles and aspirations. Tell us – which characters do you remember most? Are you watching the reruns?

Shaktiman – Remember how, as a child, you would run back from the playground on a Sunday morning at 11:50 to watch the first Indian superhero story at noon? Long before Krrish, there wasShaktiman. Created by Dinker Jani and Mukesh Khanna, the show was made to entertain children and teach them a sense of right and wrong, dos and don’ts. Shaktiman created a lot of controversy, as children started aping the antics shown in the hope that Shaktiman would arrive to save them just in time. Will he come back to save us from mundane TV shows?

CID – The longest running Indian television series – it’s been going for over 16 years – is a prime audience puller even today. The show showcases the Crime Investigation Department (CID) bureau and its working. The characters in the show are so popular that their words are often used as jokes. ‘Daya, darwaza tod do!’, anyone?

Source..bollywood life

Bigg Boss 7: Has Armaan Kohli’s mother accepted Tanishaa Mukherji as her bahu?

Looks like Armaan’s pyaari mum has accepted Kajol’s baby sister as her bahu. Read on to know more…

Tanishaa Mukherji and Armaan Kohli’s chemistry in Bigg Boss 7 has been the much talked and written about thing. There have been times when the two have indirectly confessed about their feelings to each other.

Now that Kushal Tandon has returned to the house, Armaan and Tansihaa have a reason to rejoice. What is the connection, you ask? Kushal who re-entered the glass walled house yesterday, brought along with him some gifts for the housemates which he has carefully selected for everyone.

We have heard that in those gifts, there was special gift for Tanishaa-Armaan from Armaan’s mother. “Bigg Boss contestant Armaan Kohli’s mother Nishi Kohli sent a special message through Kushal. She said that she is very fond of Tanishaa as she is a very nice girl and also asked him to give her a nice hug and kiss from her side,” informs our bitchy birdie from Lonavala.

Well, it looks like Armaan’s mother has already accepted Tanishaa as her bahu, but will Tanishaa’s mother Tanuja will accept Armaan as her damaad? Well, we think you already know the answer

Source..bollywood life

Gori Tere Pyaar Mein movie review: No romance or comedy in this rom-com!

The Imran Khan-Kareena Kapoor Khan starrer is supposed to be a romantic comedy. Unfortunately, it is merely an insipid mess…

First things first. Punit Malhotra cannot direct rom-coms…period. The filmmaker tried to do a Karan Johar in I Hate Luv Storys and almost nailed it, but with Gori Tere Pyaar Mein, he failed miserably.

Gori Tere Pyaar Mein is the story of Sriram Venkat (Imran Khan), a young man who doesn’t value relationships, family or friends, and Dia Sharma (Kareena Kapoor Khan), who is a hardcore social activist who wants to change the world. They meet and fall in love over one wedding song and numerous social revolts. The attraction initially is physical, but later becomes emotional and veers into complex territory, resulting in a clash of ideas and ideals, which drives them apart. However, Sriram soon realises that he is not over Dia and still loves her. But it’s too late for him; Dia has moved on and now lives in a village called Jhumli near Gujarat where she is playing Mother India to the locals. Like a perfect lover, Sriram arrives in Jhumli to take back Dia home and show her that he is a changed man. But she refuses to go with him. Now since there has to be a happy ending – it is a Dharma Productions movie – Sriram is successful in wooing Dia after a lot of maar-dhaaad and conflict.

Kareena is eye catching in her appearance. Unlike the typical social activists who’ve graced the Bollywood frame in drab and rustic costumes, Kareena is always well turned out in colourful outfits and nicely manicured nails. Imran, on the other hand, doesn’t impress at all. Come on, we have to say that the guy cannot act, no matter how hard he tries! The two look good together, but they seem uninterested and passionless. Newbie Shraddha Kapoor has an extended cameo in the film, and we have no complaints about her. She is adorable and does her part well. Anupam Kher’s character has grey shades, but hey, he is spotlessly impressive.

Punit has given us a blend of rural and urban India with Gori Tere Pyaar Mein, but has desperately tried to do a Karan Johar and failed. Clearly, Karan’s brand of romance isn’t rocket science, but it does require some talent to pull it off. You will have to agree that texturing love sagas in a glossy setup is an art that only Karan has mastered, with Shahrukh Khan standing strong by his side. And if Punit’s directorial duties weren’t arduous enough, he doubles as writer to assist Arshad Syed on the screenplay and dialogue, penning the most bakwaas and insipid lines ever. Even his lame trick of borrowing fun dialogues or scenes from Bollywood hit romances isn’t noteworthy.

The music of the film, Punit claimed in an interview, is apparently Vishal-Shakhar’s best work till date. Frankly, the composers have done much better.

Sadly, Gori Tere Pyaar Mein is supposed to be a rom-com, but it’s not. It’s supposed to have peppy dance numbers, but it doesn’t. It’s supposed to have some stellar performances by Imran and Kareena, but it doesn’t. You are supposed to watch this film? No, you aren’t!

Rating:2 out of 5

Source..bollywood life

Gunday first teaser: Ranveer Singh-Arjun Kapoor the new Jai-Veeru of Bollywood!

Finally the much-awaited teaser of Gunday is finally out and we are maha impressed with it

Ranveer Singh, Arjun Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra starrer Gunday looks promising. Though we didn’t get to see the Exotic babe, we aren’t complaining coz Singh and Kapoor are a treat to watch in the trailer. The movie is set in 1971 and going by the teaser it looks like director Ali Abbas Zafar has managed to create ‘70s era in his film. While watching the video, Ranveer and Arjun did remind us of Jai (Amitabh Bachchan) and Veeru (Dharmendra) of Sholay. From the background music to Irrfan Khan’s voice over, all most everything syncs well in the first teaser of Gunday. However, the cinematography of Zafar’s film will instantly remind you of Danny Boyle’s Oscar winning film Slumdog Millionaire – especially during the train scenes. Watch the teaser and you will agree with us.

While Ranveer is already riding high on the success of Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela, wethinks the actor will notch it up with Gunday. On the other hand, the Kapoor lad looks good as well but if you ask us, it is RS who caught our attention in the trailer.

After watching the first teaser, we are now eager to see Ms Chopra and what the makers have in store for us. For now, Bollywoodlifers, you watch the teaser and share your views!
Source..bollywood life

Karan Johar gears up for Koffee with Karan

Director Karan Johar will be back with the fourth season of Koffee with Karan on December 1 and has just wrapped up the shooting for the popular show's promo. The director shared on Twitter: "Just finished shooting the Promo for Koffee with Karan #KWK..will be out soon!!the steamy journey begins..Opening Episode..on the 1st of Dec."

"People are more interested in the show than my films," KJo said amusingly at a promotional event recently.

Well, that's not true Karan we love your films as well!

Though the filmmaker hasn't divulged his guest list, as per reports, Salman Khan, Kareena Kapoor and Ranbir Kapoor are among the ones sipping coffee with him in the series.

No better superhero than Hrithik: Rakesh Roshan

Filmmaker Rakesh Roshan says he roped in Hrithik Roshan as a superhero in the Krrish franchise because he feels no actor can essay it better than his son. Asked why he casts Hrithik as a superhero, senior Roshan said: "There's no other actor (other than Hrithik) in Bollywood who can become a superhero. If any other actor suited the role, we would have already seen a film before ours."

"Hrithik looks like a superhero, performs like a superhero," added the proud father, who gave a dreamlike launch to his son with blockbuster, Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai, in 2000.

What about Shah Rukh, who played the lead role in RA.One? "Shah Rukh is good," he responded to a query.

The senior Roshan also clarified that his comment comes in the capacity of a director and not as a father. "A father will always say his son is a superhero," he said.

Krrish 3 releases Nov 1.

Sushmita Sen receives the Mother Teresa Award

Former Miss Universe, Sushmita Sen, stole a million hearts by flaunting her dimples and now won a million smiles with her contributions in the field of human rights and community development. The yummy mummy was recently awarded the prestigious Mother Teresa Memorial International Award for Social Justice 2013 on Sunday October 27, at a ceremony held by the NGO Harmony Foundation.

The diva was among the other few who were honored with his award. After giving a very inspirational speech at the event, she shared her moment of bliss with her fans tweeting, "What an overwhelming feeling to receive an award named after 'Mother' n with past recipients like his holiness Dalai lama n Malala yousafzai. My deepest respects to all the recipients of the 'Mother Teresa' award tonight. Their stories inspired me n re affirmed my belief."
Source..bollywood hungama

Farah Khan signs Malaika for Happy New Year

The list of stars of Farah Khan's forthcoming film Happy New Year seems to be increasing every day. This time round, one more name gets added to the list of the already glittering stars... and the name is that of the super hottie Malaika Arora Khan, who has been signed up for a special appearance in the film. 

Talking about the film, Farah said that in Happy New Year, Malaika will be playing the role of an actress of a film which Sajid Khan is directing and that she will be sharing the screen space with SRK and Sonu Sood. 

Malaika had also featured in Farah Khan's Om Shanti Om which again starred Shah Rukh and Deepika.
Source..bollywood hungama

Dilip Kumar's biography to release this month

Thespian Dilip Kumar has been one of the most popular icons in Bollywood and a book on him was always on the cards. While three books have already been released about him, his close family friend and author Uday Tara Nayar planned to release yet another biography exploring the different aspects of the actor's life. Recently, Nayar revealed that the book will be launched in the end of October.

Reviving the nine decade long acting journey of Dilip Kumar, the book will also focus some of his personal aspects like his love story with wife Saira Banu and some unknown facts about Dilip Saab along with some rare pictures of the star with his family.

It's quite a coincidence that the book is releasing in the month when Dilip Kumar will be celebrating his 47th wedding anniversary with Saira Banu. Moreover, author Nayar is also looking out for some bigwigs from the Bollywood industry in order to be present at the launch
Source..bollywood hungama

Shahrukh Khan’s Chennai Express getting mixed reviews

The early talk of Shahrukh Khan and Deepika Padukone-starrer Chennai Express suggest that the film's content has typical southern flavour. Reports say that the on an agreeable note but loses its grip in the second half. The comedy seems to be a forced insertion at various points with movie references of several films. The Kashmir Main Tu Kanyakumari and Lungi Dance have ignited fun while Titli and Tera Rasta Chhodoon Na did the trick.

The facets of this SRK will be seen in the film while it's the angry SRK towards the end who'll move your hearts. Critics say that Deepika Padukone deserves a special mention for her accent. She is consistently funny and makes up for many laughs.
Source ..times of india

Chennai Express movie review

Cast:Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone Director: Rohit Shetty


It’s a somewhat long ride that occasionally teeters on the edge of tedium, but it certainly isn’t all wrong. Parts of Chennai Express, propelled by a spirit of inspired lunacy that holds the no-holds-barred action comedy in good stead, is markedly better than the sum total of the film.

If only it had enough steam to sustain its momentum all the way to the very end, it would probably have been far more fun to watch.

But do hop aboard. This Express is designed for quite a crazy carousel. If you hang in there and do not allow the many distractions and diversions along the way throw you off track, you might actually find yourself getting into the swing of things, especially in the first half.

Some of the stops en route might seem rather unnecessary and overstretched. In fact, not all the platforms that Chennai Express chugs into are uniformly inviting.

But the thunderous rhythm of the voyage does generate some genuinely funny gags.

Chennai Express warms up pretty quickly and delivers exactly what you would expect from a Rohit Shetty film: runaway entertainment.

Shetty, who obviously does not have any patience for half measures, goes full tilt at the resources at his disposal and rustles up an action-packed culture-clash comedy that has crowd-pleaser emblazoned all over it.

The director throws dollops of good-natured drollery into the thrills-and-spills blender and comes up with a movie that has all the tried-and-tested ingredients of the genre that he has made his own.

Does Chennai Express get to its destination without too many splutters? Well, although the film runs somewhat low on velocity at times and tends to meander a touch in the second half, fans of Shetty’s brand of filmmaking will have no reason to feel shortchanged.

What is most unusual about Chennai Express is that at least half its spoken lines are delivered in Tamil. Yet comprehension is never a problem, thanks to a screenplay that tides over the need to explain every dialogue in chaste Hindi.

Barring the lead pair and a Tamil-speaking Sikh policeman (played by Mukesh Tiwari), the principal characters in the film communicate their thoughts in their mother tongue, with the heroine serving as an ‘interpreter’ wherever the need arises, earning the sobriquet of Ms Subtitle from the wise-cracking male protagonist.

The storyline is no great shakes but the delivery is always rambunctiously lively. Shah Rukh Khan is a sweetmeat trader’s beloved grandson. The grandpa dies just shy of turning 100.
Rahul’s granny (Kamini Kaushal) requests the 40-year-old to fulfill the dead man’s last wish to have his ashes immersed in the sea off Rameswaram. Rahul takes the urn ostensibly on a trip to the South but connives with a couple of friends to head to Goa instead. Fate intervenes and his feigned trip on Chennai Express lasts much longer than he had bargained for.

He bumps into Meena, who is being escorted back home by four beefy cousins after a failed attempt to flee her village. Rahul is caught in the game that the girl decides to play with her dad, Durgeshwara (Sathyaraj), in order to avoid marrying a hulky muscleman, Thangaballi (Nikitin Dheer).

Chennai Express promises a superstar in all his many-splendoured glory. And it delivers Shah Rukh Khan in a guise that is 75 per cent lover boy-prankster Rahul (that is what his character is predictably called) and the remaining 25 per cent a fearless ‘common man’ who musters the strength of a hundred able-bodied men when he is pushed to a corner.

Chennai Express also gives Deepika Padukone a vantage seat in the best coach and she makes the most of the opportunity. As a southern mafia don’s feisty daughter, Meena, she lays it on really thick, both in terms of accent and body language.

Deepika’s diction and lingo appears a tad too labored at times, but, to her credit, she gets it right consistently.

The whole-hearted zeal that Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika bring to the table and the steady flow of funny one-liners serve Shetty’s purpose well, turning Chennai Express into an elopement-against-all-odds rigmarole that hits the right buttons at most turns.

Amid the flying bodies and cars that the director has a penchant for, the actors make their way through the rubble largely unscathed.

That, of course, does not mean that Chennai Express does not hit its share of rough patches. It does, but thanks to the free-wheeling energy that courses through its body, the smooth passages make up for the ones that are riddled with jerks.

Chennai Express is a full-on masala film that is completely unapologetic about its intentions. And that is its USP.

MOVIE REVIEW: चोर चोर सुपर चोर

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  • Star Cast:
    Deepak Dobriyal, Anshul Kataria, Priya Bathija, Paru UmaAlok Chaturvedi, Bramha Mishra, Jagat Rawat, Chandrahas Tiwari, Nitin Goel, Shrikant Verma
  • Director:
    K. Rajesh
  • Producer:
    Ved Kataria, Renu Kataria
  • Music Director:
    Mangesh Dhakde
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दिल्ली में बढ़ रहे छोटे-मोटे अपराधों और तेजी से गिरती नैतिकता को 'चोर चोर सुपर चोर' में बतौर व्यंग्य प्रस्तुत किया गया है। यहां तक कि फिल्म का कैप्शन 'सीजन 1' देने के पीछे एक दिलचस्प कारण है। 

'चोर चोर सुपर चोर' की कहानी रियलटी शो में बढ़ रहे शालीनता के अपमान पर आधारित है। निर्देशक के. राजेश, अनिल थॉमस और वी. राधाकृष्णन ने इस स्क्रिप्ट के जरिए मेट्रो सिटी में बढ़ रहे अपराधों को कॉमिक लहजे में पर्दे पर दिखाया है। फिल्म में बेहद खूबसूरत से यह दिखाया गया है कि कैसे एक मिडल क्लास अच्छी ज़िंदगी के लिए तरसता है।

इस तीक्ष्ण व्यंग्य में निर्देशक ने मध्यमवर्गीय को हाईलाइट किया है। फिल्म की स्टोरी दर्शकों को बांधे रखने में कामयाब होती है। किरदारों को आम ज़िंदगी के बेहद करीब रखा गया है। ऐसे लोग दिल्ली के मॉल्स, हाईवे और अंधेरी गलियों में आसानी से मिल जाते हैं। 

दीपक डोबरियाल के अलावा जितने भी किरदार फिल्म में हैं, वे सभी थिएटर आर्टिस्ट द्वारा निभाए गए हैं। ये एक्टर्स शायद ही कभी फिल्मी पर्दे पर देखे गए हैं।

इससे कहानी की विश्वसनीयता प्राकृतिक रूप से बढ़ जाती है। फिल्म को दो हिस्सों में बांटा गया है। पहले हिस्से में फिल्म के किरदार छोटे-मोटे अपराधियों के रूप में नज़र आते हैं। दूसरे हिस्से में दूसरा हिस्सा काफी शानदार है, जिसमें इन किरदारों की ज़िंदगी में रियलटी टीवी शो एंट्री लेता है। यहां पर डायरेक्टर ने बेहद खूबसूरती से नौकरीपेशा लोगों के सामने आने वाली चुनौतियों को दिखाया है।

फिल्म की कहानी ओरिजनल और दमदार है। इसे बहुत ही समझदारी से फिल्माया गया है। क्लाइमेक्स में पहुंचकर फिल्म थोड़ी सी भटक जाती है। इसका दोष उसके गानों को दिया जा सकता है क्योंकि गानों को ऐसी जगह इस्तेमाल किया गया है, जहां उनकी कोई गुंजाइश नहीं थी।

'चोर चोर सुपर चोर' न्यू एज सिनेमा का शानदार उदाहरण है। फिल्म के प्लॉट को विजुअल्स और इमोशन्स में खूबसूरती से बुना गया है। डोबरियाल व अन्य एक्टर्स की परफॉर्मेंस दर्शकों के लिए किसी तोहफे से कम नहीं रहेगी। यह एटंरटेनिंग फिल्म एक बहुत बड़ा सरप्राइज पैकेज है, जिसे एक बार ज़रूर देखना चाहिए।
Source - bhasker

मेरी फिल्म मुद्दों पर आधारित नहीं होती: फिल्मकार प्रकाश झा

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बॉलीवुड के जाने-माने फिल्मकार प्रकाश झा का कहना है कि उनकी फिल्में किसी मुद्दों पर आधारित न होकर भावनाओं पर आधारित होती हैं।

मृत्युदंड, गंगाजल, अपहरण और राजनीति जैसे ज्वलंत मुद्दों पर फिल्म बनाने वाले जाने-माने फिल्मकार प्रकाश ने कहा कि मेरी फिल्में किसी मुद्दों पर आधारित नहीं होती हैं। मेरी फिल्म भावनाओं पर आधारित होती हैं।

उन्होंने कहा कि यदि मैं अपनी फिल्म की कहानी में भावनायें नहीं डालता हूं तो मुझे लगता है कोई मेरी फिल्म नहीं देखेगा। मेरी फिल्म पूरी तरह से व्यवसायिक होती है। प्रकाश ने अपनी आने वाली फिल्म सत्याग्रह की चर्चा करते हुये कहा कि मेरी फिल्म का अन्ना हजारे और अरविंद केजरीवाल के आंदोलन से कोई संबंध नहीं है।

प्रकाश झा ने कहा कि मेरी फिल्म में विरोध प्रदर्शन के सीन फिल्माये गये हैं, लेकिन ऐसा नहीं है कि यह अन्ना हजारे के आंदोलन पर आधारित है। विश्वभर में कई आंदोलन हुआ करते हैं। उन्होंने कहा कि मैं बेहद खुश हूं कि लोग मेरी फिल्म के बारे में बात कर रहे हैं। उन्होंने एक सवाल के जवाब में कहा कि यदि अन्ना हजारे की टीम मुझसे इस फिल्म को देखने के लिये संपर्क करती है तो हम इसके लिये तैयार हैं।

उल्लेखनीय है कि प्रकाश झा के निर्देशन में बनी फिल्म सत्याग्रह में अमिताभ बच्चन, अजय देवगन, करीना कपूर, मनोज वाजपेयी, अर्जुन रामपाल और अमृता राव की मुख्य भूमिकायें हैं। फिल्म 30 अगस्त को प्रदर्शित होगी।
Source - Hindustan

Shweta Tiwari marries Abhinav Kohli

New Delhi: Reality show Big Boss season 4 winner and well known TV actress, Shweta Tiwari tied the knot with her beau Abhinav Kohli on July 13. The actress had recently announced her marriage with actor Abhinav on the sets of dance reality show Jhalak Dikhla Jaa. 

The actress who shot to fame with the TV serial ‘Kasauti Zindagi Ki’ has married a second time. She had earlier married Bhojpuri actor and film director Raja Chaudhary at the age of 18. She has a daughter from her first marriage. However, Shweta had to seek divorce in October 2012, accusing Raja of domestic violence and verbal abuse. What is worse, Raja continued vexing her with abusive behaviour even after the divorce. Shweta was then compelled to lodge a police complaint against him. There are many criminal cases pending against Raja because of which he even had to be externed. 

Now Shweta is all set to start her life afresh with her second marriage. Her daughter Palak seems to be very happy with this marriage. The mehandi ceremony was organized at the bride’s house on July 11 followed by sangeet the next day. The marriage took place on July 13 and the reception is to be held on July 17 at Abhinav’s house in Bangalore. 

Source - post.jagran


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