Anushka Sharma and Imran Khan will be seen romancing onscreen for the first time in Vishal Bhardwaj's next Matru Ki Bijli Ka Mandola. The film ...
Imran Khan will be seen in a rustic avatar in Matru Ki Bijli Ka Mandola.
Anushka Sharma will be seen in a raunchy avatar in the flick. The film stars Imran Khan, Anushka Sharma and Arya Babbar in the lead ...
Bollywood will witness some never seen before on screen jodis in 2013. Imran Khan and Anushka Sharma have been paired opposite each other in Vishal ...
Anushka Sharma is playing Imran Khan's wife in the film, with whom he tries to re-unite.
Actors Pankaj Kapoor and Shabana Azmi will also appear in the supporting roles.
Anushka Sharma and Imran Khan in a still from the movie.
Anushka Sharma looks sexy in her new look from the film.
The plot of the film is about a wayward man (Imran Khan) sets on a rustic journey to re-unite with his wife (Anushka Sharma) and ...
Imran Khan will also be seen in a rustic avatar, way different from his boyish image.
Vishal Bhardwaj's Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola, a political satire targetting land scam, which has earned rave reviews especially for Pankaj Kapur's performance, collected Rs.7.02 crore on its opening day, making it the highest ever opening for the director.
Co-produced by Bhardwaj, the film has been made at a budget of about Rs.33 crore.
And its opening is said to be much higher than Bhardwaj's Kaminey, said a statement.
Set in the rustic surroundings of a village in Haryana, "Matru Ki..." is about Harry Mandola (Pankaj), an industrialist, who loves his drink, daughter Bijlee (Anushka) and the unusual bond he shares with his Man Friday Matru (Imran).
Many felt that political satire as such has not been a well explored subject in cinema and hence this one is a bold step pushing the envelope where no one else has dared to venture.
In fact, Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan too praised the film.
He tweeted: "A land issue much like Singur, rich and poor divide, communism of takes, anti alcohol, love triangle (DDLJ style ['Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge']), politics - all portrayed in a manner not unknown to us, yet unknown... a composite satire, if ever satires could be composite."