Ranbir Kapoor rocks in Barfi! title track
After getting thumbs up for the trailer, makers of Barfi! are now out with its title track. Ala Barfi! features mischievous yet adorable Ranbir Kapoor. If you loved the trailer, get ready to be smitten by the Mohit Chauhan light number too. WATCH NOWbollywood Updated: Aug 04, 2012 15:32 IST
Ranbir Kapoor: "I would say that one should not associate this film with disability... this film is not about disability. It is a coincidence that these two characters are deaf, mute and one is autistic. But one will not feel that it is a disability film. It's about enjoying life, giving happiness, feeling love. It's a love story."
Priyanka Chopra: "When we meet differently-abled people, or people who are special, we have a view point that they have a dark, sorrowful life we feel bad for them, it is not a film about that. There are people who smile, laugh, fall in love, enjoy.. it's that side of their life. So it is not about disability."
I was in love with Barfi's story: Anurag Basu
Director Anurag Basu, who is looking forward to the release of his much talked about project Barfi!, says that it's not a silent movie. He shares what he feels about the film. SEE HERE
Jaya Bachchan inspires Ileana D'Cruz's new look
Bollywood’s obsession with ’70s and its style is far from over. The attack of the polka dots will continue with Anurag Basu’s Barfi!, which is also set in the ’70s.
Wanted to cast Katrina Kaif in Barfi: Anurag Basu
Ever since Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif clicked as an on-screen couple with films such as Raajneeti (2010) and Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani (2009), makers have been trying to cast them together. While selecting actors for Barfi, even director Anurag Basu had thought of Katrina and almost managed to rope her in for the part. READ MORE
Ranbir Kapoor takes over director’s chair
Ranbir studied filmmaking at The Lee Strasberg Film Institute in New York before assisting Sanjay Leela Bhansali on Black (2005). So it’s not surprising that Ranbir Kapoor’s directorial instincts came to the fore at a shoot for his upcoming film, Barfi! READ ON
Barfi would not have been possible without Ranbir: Anurag Basu
Director Anurag Basu who is looking forward to the release of his forthcoming film Barfi, says, the movie would not have been made had Ranbir Kapoor not agreed to be a part of it. CLICK ON
Shooting for Barfi was fun: Ileana D’Cruz
Southern actor Ileana D’Cruz, who’s making her Bollywood debut with Barfi, says the film has been an amazing experience for her. “It’s been a mix of everything; chaos, tonnes of hard work and emotions. It was loads and loads of fun,” she says. READ MORE
First Published: Aug 04, 2012 14:21 IST