Khiladi 786 is a sitcom-style harebrained plot on which debutant director Ashish R Mohan drapes low-IQ humour; the Indian-origin nurse, who was duped into Kate hoax call was found dead in a suspected suicide; Dabangg 2 has been cleared by the Censor Board with a U/A certificate; the fancy date — December 12, 2012 (12-12-12) — is set to be a big occasion for expecting moms. These are the most read stories on hindustantimes.com.
Anupama Chopra's review: Khiladi 786
In Khiladi 786, Akshay Kumar plays Bahattar Singh, an invincible son of the soil who at one point declares: Punjabi na toh chup chaap aate hain, na chup chaap jaate hain. Of course, this sitcom-style harebrained plot is merely a skeleton on which debutant director Ashish R Mohan drapes low-IQ humour, ear-splitting background music, cartoonish action sequences and several Reshammiya songs. Read More
Indian-origin nurse duped in Kate prank call found dead
The Indian-origin nurse, who was duped into transferring a hoax call that gave away information on pregnant Kate Middleton's medical condition to Australian radio presenters was on Friday found dead in a suspected suicide. Read More
Salman Khan's Dabangg 2 gets cleared without cuts
The Salman Khan-Sonakshi Sinha starrer has been cleared by the Censor Board for Film Certification (CBFC) with a U/A certificate which is surely good news for the makers of Dabangg 2 and fans of Salman Khan. Read More
Decoding the occasion called 12.12.12
Call it a craze among people or a unique numerological combination, the fancy date — December 12, 2012 (12-12-12) — is set to be a big occasion for expecting moms, to-be couples and those venturing into new businesses.
The unique sequence seems to have caught the fancy of people, as they are not going to witness any such combinations from next year, 2013. Read More