Why Rani Mukerji got married now


They have dodged years of speculation about their relationship. And while Rani Mukerji and Aditya Chopra remained tight-lipped about it till now, they broke their silence on Tuesday (April 22) when a spokesperson from Chopra’s production house released a statement declaring they got married in Italy on April 21. 

Karan Johar is the only close friend so far known to have attended the do.
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We’ve also learned the reason why the wedding took place now. 

Rani’s father, Ram Mukherjee, is unwell, reveals her uncle Subbir Mukerji. He says, "We were waiting for it (the wedding) to happen for a long, long time… My cousin’s (Ram) health is not well, which is why it was done now." 

He goes on to add, "I’m very, very happy. They are both very nice, and they love each other. Ora ashle amra ekta boro hungama korbo (We will have a grand celebration once they return). It will be a big affair." 

Aditya’s brother, Uday Chopra, tweeted his wishes: "We welcome Rani Chopra to the family...lots of love to the newly weds (sic)," he posted. 

An elated Shah Rukh Khan tweeted as well. 

Rafiq Gangjee, the official spokesperson of the Chopras’ production house, said in the statement: "…The wedding was a very small intimate affair with very close family and friends. We wish the couple a very happy married life." 

Supplementing this, Rani issued a statement of her own, saying, "I would like to share the happiest day of my life with all my fans all over the world whose love and blessings have been part of my journey all these years… I have always believed in fairy-tales and, with God’s grace, my life has been exactly like one, and now as I enter the most important chapter of my life — the fairy-tale continues." 
Source - hindustantimes.com

Rani Mukherji, Aditya Chopra secretly tie the knot in Italy

Yash Raj Films released a statement confirming Rani and Aditya's wedding, which was a 'small and intimate affair'.
Yash Raj Films released a statement confirming Rani and Aditya's wedding, which was a 'small and intimate affair'.

Bollywood actress Rani Mukherji and filmmaker Aditya Chopra secretly married in Italy on Monday (April 21). Romance between Rani and Aditya has been making headlines for years now.

Yash Raj Films released a statement confirming the wedding, which was a ‘small and intimate affair’.

Rani Mukerji marries Aditya Chopra: Read full statement here

“We are happy to announce that Mr. Aditya Chopra and Ms. Rani Mukherji got married last night on 21st April in Italy. The wedding was a very small intimate affair with very close family and friends,” said the statement.

Though the couple never admitted to their relationship, Rani Mukherji was always spotted along with the Chopra family in times of celebration and sorrow.

New bride Rani Mukerji also issued a statement thanked fans and well wishers for their blessings. Rani Mukerji, 36, said her wedding to the 42-year-old filmmaker was the continuation of a “fairytale”.

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“I would like to share the happiest day of my life with all my fans all over the world whose love and blessings have been part of my journey all these years. I know that all my well-wishers who have waited for this day will be really happy for me. It was a beautiful wedding in the Italian countryside with just a few of our close family and friends with us,” she said in her statement.

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Rani Mukerji, 36, said her wedding to the 42-year-old filmmaker was the continuation of a “fairytale”.

“The one person I missed terribly was Yash Uncle, but I know he was there with us in spirit and his love and blessings will always be with Adi and me. I have always believed in fairy-tales and with God’s grace my life has been exactly like one, and now as I enter the most important chapter of my life – the fairy-tale continues.” Rani Mukerji added.

Rani Mukerji and Aditya Chopra were earlier said to have been planning a grand wedding on the February 14 at the Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur. Looks like they changed their minds.

It is the first marriage for Rani while Aditya, who is known to be a very private person, was previously married to Payal Khanna but they got divorced in 2009.

In her 16-year-old career, Rani Mukherji has given many hits including ‘Saathiya’, ‘Hum Tum’, ‘Veer Zaara’, ‘Bunty aur Babli’ and ‘Dil Bole Hadippa!’. She is currently starring in ‘Kill Dil’ and the Pradeep Sarkar-directed ‘Mardaani’. We wish them a very happy married life! (With PTI inputs)

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'Ek Villain' trailer crosses a million views


'Ek Villain' trailer crosses a million views

The first trailer of Sidharth Malhotra and Shraddha Kapoor starrer 'Ek Villain' was released on April 3 and it is surprising to see that it has already crossed a million views online.

The film is directed by Mohit Suri and it is his first film after the hugely successful 'Aashiqui 2'. The film has has been produced by Ekta Kapoor under the banner of her production house Balaji Motion Pictures.

"The teaser of 'Ek Villain' has already crossed 1 million online views. Keep the love going," tweeted Tanug Garg, CEO, Balaji Motion Pictures. 

Besides Sidharth and Shraddha, Riteish Deshmukh is also playing an important role in this film. This is the first time that Riteish is playing a negative character in a film.

'Ek Villain' is slated to release on June 27.

This is Siddharth's first film after Hasee Toh Phasee, which was a moderate hit. Shraddha was last seen on the big screen in Aashiqui 2, which was a big hit. 

Critics are of the view that the film do good business and Siddhart-Shraddha pairing will impress the audience.
Source-delhi daily news

Movie review: Jal is a gorgeously photographed disaster



It takes a special kind of hubris to tack on a blurb from a festival review at the beginning of a film. It takes an even more special kind of hypocrisy to quote it out of context. The marketing forces behind Jal, a laboured tragedy set in the Rann of Kutch, chose to quote a convenient line from Elizabeth Kerr’s review from the American publication The Hollywood Reporter – “A breathtakingly photographed tragedy of Shakespearean proportions”. It also happens to be one of the only lines in that review that actually says anything positive about the movie. To be fair, Jal is a handsomely mounted production with lush visuals and a thumping, percussive soundtrack by Bickram Ghosh and singer Sonu Nigam (making his debut as a composer). It has a compelling story that can be distilled down to neat, ironic one-liners such as ‘Why is it so hard for human beings to access water?’ It even has a number of engaging and entertaining set-pieces. Courtesy: A screengrab from youtube. But these well-intentioned efforts are lost in the self-indulgent, half-baked nightmare that is this movie, one that utilises fade-to-blacks after nearly every third scene. This, apart from fragmenting the narrative, adds a layer of pompousness to the storytelling that is a complete put-off. Cinematographer Sunita Radia’s shots, captured on one of those notoriously expensive RedOne cameras, are frequently stunning and picture-postcard-worthy; but her unnecessarily snake-like camera movements suggest that she has never had the good fortune of using a jib before. In fact, many things about this film give one the impression that it has been made by a group of enthu cutlet film students who have been given a budget beyond their wildest dreams and are running wild with it. The protagonist of the story is Bakka (a woefully miscast Purab Kohli), a self-proclaimed ‘water god’ who lives in an unnamed hamlet in the middle of the Rann Of Kutch. The inhabitants of this village, a gloomier version of those in Lagaan, appear to be poor and thirsty and have no real source of water nearby. There is a ‘dushman gaon’ nearby that has its own well as well as a feisty belle named Kesar (Kirti Kulhari). She is in love with Bakka, much to the dismay of Puniya (Mukul Dev, sporting straightened hair a la Dhoni from circa 2006). This Romeo-and-Juliet-like conflict forms the backbone of the story while a concurrent thread features an Archie-Betty-Veronica love triangle, with a tragic version of Betty being played by Kanjri (Tannishtha Chatterjee). Adding another dimension to the story is ‘Russian’ ornithologist Kim, played by German-origin actress Saidah Jules, who makes acting look like parkour for asthmatics. In the Rann to examine the mysterious dwindling of the number of flamingos migrating there, she is accompanied by the frequently sleazy Ram Khiladi (Yashpal Sharma, who else?) and some incorrigible villagers who are convinced that she is a porn star. One evening, she goes for a leisurely swim in a muddy oasis in the Rann (because this is a perfectly natural thing to do) and discovers that the flamingo chicks are dying due to the lack of freshwater. In the Rann Of Kutch. You don’t say, Kim. She is also accompanied by two other foreign avian experts, including an American named Richard (Gary Richardson), who could have been played by any middle-aged Caucasian man travelling through the country. Thanks to their acting, the portions of the film involving the three are so weak that it feels like one is watching a really elaborate school play. In fact, the acting across the board is so uneven that it seems like Malik was directing three different films at the same time. Some, such as Sharma, Chatterjee and young Rohit Pathak, stay true to their characters throughout. Others, like Kohli and Kulhari, try their best and pass muster despite not being right for their parts. Still others, like Dev, appear to have decided that a Kutchi accent is the same as a Haryanvi accent. Malik, at times, appears to be channeling Tarsem Singh’s visual grammar; other times, he appears to be going for Shyam-Benegal-like realism. The results are indigestible. There are many moments that truly shine through: a humorous sequence depicting Bakka and Kesar’s conjugal activities, stunning shots of Bakka feverishly digging for a well, a conversation where Ram Khiladi and a villager haggle over one Euro, amongst others. The impact of these, however, is lost in the silliness and the grandstanding. All in all, Jal is a beautiful-looking but largely unwatchable film, one that aspires to be a work of art but fails in some of the most basic aspects of filmmaking.
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