HindustanTimes Fri,19 Dec 2014


Libaas prints belong to govt: IFFI director reacts to legal notice

Reacting to reports about the legal notice sent by producer Vikas Mohan for screening Gulzar's Libaas at the ongoing IFFI, festival director Shankar Mohan says that the films screened as part of Retrospective Gulzar were made by the director-lyricist himself and adds that the prints of the movie belong to the Directorate of Films.

Rajinikanth posters line Goa roads ahead of IFFI 2014

Even before superstar Rajinikanth, who will be honoured with the Special Centenary Award at the upcoming International Film Festival of India, reaches Goa, posters of the Thalaivaa, in his superhero costume, can be seen all around.

Sibling rivalry: Shruti, Akshara Haasan set for box office clash

Shruti Haasan’s next - John Abraham-starrer Rocky Handsome, and her sister Akshara Haasan’s debut film with Amitah Bachchan and Deepika Padukone - Piku, are set to clash at the box office next year in September.

Ranbir Kapoor, Imtiaz Ali set to return to Delhi for next film

They shot in Delhi for their hit collaboration, Rockstar (2011), and now after three years, actor Ranbir Kapoor and film-maker Imtiaz Ali are all set to travel to the national capital yet again for their new venture, tentatively titled Tamasha.

Will Kill Dil be Govinda's grand comeback?

With Kill Dil, which hits theatres on November 14, YRF has gambled big on Govinda and hopes to ride on the actor-turned-MP-turned-actor's fan following. The question is: Can Govinda deliver for YRF, and even for his own career?

Aamir Khan is very unpredictable on movie sets: Imran Khan

The actor reveals that Khan improvises a lot on the set, which makes it imperative for his co-stars to stay alert

Parts of The Social Network were hurtful: Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg says parts of The Social Network, movie inspired by his life and works, hurtful. He is particularly miffed by the implication that he created Facebook to attract girls.

Deepika Padukone to team up with Ekta Kapoor?

With her latest release, Happy New Year, being declared a hit at the box office, several film-makers want to work with Deepika Padukone to cash in on her popularity. Reports suggest that Ekta Kapoor, too, is trying to get Deepika on board for a film she will be producing.

Rang Rasiya paints a dismal picture on BO, collects only Rs. 1.45 crore in two days

Ketan Mehta's Rang Rasiya, which was released on November 7, is staring at an almost blank canvas. Despite the thumbs up from reviewers, the Randeep Hooda-starrer clocked in a dismal Rs. 1.45 crore in two days since its release.

Four reasons why Rang Rasiya is Bollywood's perfect painting yet

Randeep Hooda-starrer Rang Rasiya is one of those rare "artistically made and aesthetically shot" films Bollywood can be proud of. If you are not the kinds who get swayed by box office collections, here's what you can learn from the film for that perfect picture in life.

Bagged Zid for my talent, not for being Priyanka's cousin: Mannara

The latest kid from the Chopra clan to join Bollywood, Mannara, asserts that she did not get the role in Zid for her superstar cousins Priyanka and Parineeti but for her own talent. Mannara, who was earlier known as Barbie Handa, said she did discuss about the project with Priyanka before taking the final call.

The 'rockstar, Raja Sahib' Randeep Hooda can't stop praising

Randeep Hooda, who visited Delhi recently for a screening of his next Rang Rasiya, simply can't stop praising the character he portrays in the film, Raj Ravi Varma. Also known as Raja sahib, he was a painter known for his portraits of Hindu gods and goddesses.

Haider or Bang Bang: Is Bollywood short of ideas?

With films like Haider and Bang Bang in recent past and Detective Byomkesh Bakshy and Revolution 2020 Bollywood adaptaion, we wonder if Hindi film industry is facing a shortage of original stories.

My wife Sunita encouraged me to take up Kill Dil: Govinda

Bollywood star Govinda returns to the big screen after a gap of almost four years with Shaad Ali's Kill Dil, and he says it was his wife Sunita, who urged him to take up this romantic action film.

I’ve got many Oscars for acting in my bathroom, but they’re of no consequence: Randeep Hooda

Randeep Hooda talks about the balance between performance-oriented and commercial films he does, his love life and more in a candid chat with HT.
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