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HindustanTimes Fri,01 Aug 2014

Bollywood

Kangana Ranaut teams up with Irrfan Khan for India's first French production Divine Lovers

Kangana Ranaut says, "Divine Lovers will receive a mainstream cinema release in France.It will be India's answer to edgy, love stories that world-cinema viewers enjoy."

Vir Das plays intense role in 'Jaane Kyon'

Stand-up comedian Vir Das is ditching his funnyman image for a serious role in the upcoming film 'Jaane Kyon', based on the riots of 1984. The actor, best known for his comic avatars in films like 'Delhi Belly' and 'Go Goa Gone', has undergone a lot of physical changes to play a Sikh in the film.

Akshay Kumar croons for Entertainment

Joining his colleagues from the industry, actor Akshay Kumar is set to croon a full song in his next film Entertainment. Kumar, who has earlier lent his voice partially for Singh Is Kinng, shared the Youtube link of the making of the song.

If I am good actor, don't need bikini: Humaima Malick

"If I am a good actor, then there is no need to wear a bikini. In my film, there is no sex put in forcefully. Every romantic part makes sense. It's been shot sensibly, which will not look vulgar," says the actor who makes her Bollywood debut with the kissing king Emraan in Raja Natwarlal.

Ali Zafar turns director

Pakistani singer-actor Ali Zafar, who made his Bollywood debut in 2010 with Tere Bin Laden, will now direct a short film.

Zooming towards Rs. 100-crore club, Salman Khan's Kick earns Rs. 98.14 crore in four days

Salman Khan's Eid release, Kick is setting ticket windows on fire even before the festival arrives. After earning Rs. 26.50 crore on day one of its release - the highest this year -- its total tally for four days stood at a whopping Rs 98.14 crore.

John Abraham to star in Aankhen sequel

John Abraham will star in the second instalment of the 2002 thriller Aankhen, which starred Amitabh Bachchan, Arjun Rampal and Akshay Kumar. The director also plans to rope in Big B for the sequel, though he did not confirm.

Salman Khan's Kick biggest opener of 2014, earns Rs. 53 crore in two days

Riding high on expectations, Salman Khan-Jacqueline Fernandes-starrer Kick made an opening collection of Rs. 26.4 crore at the domestic ticket windows on Friday, surpassing the day one figures for Salman's Jai Ho that made Rs. 17 crore, earlier this year.

Being Bhaijaan: Documentary explores why Salman clicks with India’s small towns

Shabani Hassanwalia and Samreen Farouqui explore the world of self-conscious masculinity in their soon-to-be released film, Being Bhaijaan, in which Salman Khan is the trope for exploring the life of Shan Ghosh, a young Salman fan from the small town of Chhindwara in central India.

Would love to make biopic on Yuvraj Singh: AB junior

Praising cricketer Yuvraj Singh for his fighting spirit, actor Abhishek Bachchan says he would love to make a biopic on the sportsman. The actor says he loves his career graph and his fighting spirit.

New connections: Shraddha and Shahid bonding over time

Shraddha Kapoor, who will be seen opposite Shahid Kapoor for her next, Haider, says the connection between the two has grown stronger over time. However, she debunks all possibilities of a romantic connection with the star.

Troubles of the young: Alia Bhatt too young for the Khans?

Alia Bhatt, who has worked with new entrants like Varun Dhawan and Sidharth Malhotra, is yet to team up with the likes of Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Aamir Khan. However, she feels she needs to appear more mature to look convincing with the superstars.

The winner's edge: Why don't we have more sports films with female leads?

Priyanka Chopra's new film Mary Kom is making all the right noises. In 2013, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag walked away with the laurels, Chak De! India much before that. However, films on sports are rare in India, rarer still are those on female sporting icons.

Enough procastrinating: Ranbir finally gives dates for Roy

The first look of Ranbir Kapoor-Arjun Rampal-starrer film Roy, that was out in August last year might have created excitement among movie goers, but the project did not take off. But now, Ranbir has finally managed to spare dates for his director friend’s first Bollywood film.

Movie review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui overpowers Salman Khan in Kick

Bhai fans, rejoice! For a change, Salman Khan's Kick has much more going for it than just his charisma. It has a story and some brilliant performances. It also has Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Randeep Hooda, Nargis Fakhri and Jacqueline Fernandes. Want more?
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