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HindustanTimes Sun,31 Aug 2014

Bollywood

Kapil Sharma to shoot for Abbas-Mustan's film in November

Comedian Kapil Sharma is set to make his Bollywood debut with director duo Abbas-Mustan's untitled film. The TV star says he is looking forward to it and says he will start shooting for the film in November.

Movie review: Katiyabaaz is a refreshing experiment

Directed by Deepti Kakkar and Fahad Mustafa, who have previously collaborated on several research-based human rights projects, the film has been released in 60 theatres across the country.

What’s the big deal about a kiss, asks Bollywood

Bollywood still seems unable to fully accept kissing scenes as just another aspect of life that’s being depicted on screen. Every time someone does it, it leads to either controversy or debate.

Is Katrina Kaif on sick leave?

Katrina Kaif and Hrithik Roshan were supposed to shoot for a track from Bang Bang at Filmcity, Goregaon, but the shoot was cancelled following Katrina Kaif’s ill-health.

Honey Singh was not happy with Ata Majhi Satakli

"I had the Singham Returns song ready in half an hour. I flew back to Mumbai for a day to do the video with Ajay, Kareena and the children and flew back to London within a day," says the rapper.

Delhi’s export: Bollywood pride

Akshay Kumar to Amitabh Bachchan, Anurag Kashyap, Konkona Sen and more; we take a look at 15 Delhi-grown Bollywood celebs, who’ve not only given us a reason to smile, but also added a filmy twist to the Capital curry.

WATCH: Deepika Padukone, Arjun Kapoor groove to Shake Your Bootiya

The new song from Homi Adajania's next, Finding Fanny is one fun treat. Called Shake Your Bootiya, the song has been penned by Sachin Sanghavi, Jigar Saraiya and Dinoo. WATCH SONG

PK row: Court asks Aamir to reply to suit against nude pose

The suit, filed by activist Hemant Patil, prayed for a permanent injunction from the court from releasing the film all over India with a ban on publicity and advertisement of the nude picture of Aamir Khan.

Bipasha loves being 'crusader of horror' in Bollywood

Bipasha Basu, who has acted in several films in the horror and super-natural genre, says she is happy being 'crusader of horror films' in Bollywood. Bipasha has acted in Aatma, Raaz, Darna Zaroori Hai, Rakht, and will next be seen in Creature.

Katiyabaaz: A documentary maker challenges mainstream space

The release of an 80-minute documentary on Kanpur's electricity hassles against a big banner Bollywood film didn't seem an alien concept to the makers of Katiyabaaz, who were confident of 'challenging the mainstream'.

I'm nervous, says Fawad Khan ahead of Khoobsurat release

Pakistani actor Fawad Khan sayshis female fan-following in India is both a blessing and a matter of concern as his maiden performance in Bollywood film Khoobsurat will invite more scrutiny.

Imperative to show all girls the reality: Rani Mukerji

After the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) gave actor Rani Mukerji’s latest release an A-certificate (unsuitable for anyone below 18 years of age), she has lashed out against the decision.

I’m happy I failed first: Anurag Kashyap

Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap talks about the many lessons he learnt on the way to success, the unique style of cinema that brought him fame, Bombay Velvet, Katiyabaaz and more.

Mardaani won't hit Pakistan theatres

Yash Raj Films' Rani Mukerji-starrer Mardaani, which released in India on Friday with an Adult certification, won't hit the screens in Pakistan due to demands for a few changes.

Movie review by Anupama Chopra: Watch Mardaani for Rani Mukerji's performance

Post-interval, the story derails considerably. By the time we get to the climax, we are fully in avenging angel territory. And, just like in Singham Returns last week, the solutions suggested are problematic.
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