Kabir Khan: `Jolly LLB` my favourite movie

Bajrangi Bhaijaan director Kabir Khan on Friday termed Jolly LLB his my favourite movie at the special screening of its maker and National Award recipient Subhash Kapoor's latest outing Guddu Rangeela. READ: Kabir Khan: If Salman Khan can shoot in ... Read More >>>

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Bajrangi Bhaijaan: Things to watch out for!

Salman Khan has addressed the controversy over the use of a qawwali 'Bhar do jholi' in his upcoming film Bajrangi Bhaijaan, saying he will look into the legal issues of the matter if there are any, reports PTI. Reportedly, Amjad Sabri, a prominent ... Read More >>>

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How many daughters can you fit into 1 selfie?

At a time when the country is abuzz with "Selfie With Daughter" and "Save a Girl Child" campaigns and people are actively capturing selfies with their adorable daughters and posting them online, this piece of news comes as a shocker. It is a clear ... Read More >>>

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Guddu Rangeela: This movie is a satire misfire

Director Subhash Kapoor has a flair for political satire and social commentary. Phas Gaye Re Obama (2010) was a fairly enjoyable kidnapping comedy, and Jolly LLB (2013) took some amusing potshots at the Indian legal system. In Guddu Rangeela, Kapoor ... Read More >>>

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It`s pack up for Irrfan Khan on `Inferno` shoot

'Inferno' is written by David Koepp and based on 2013 novel of same name by Dan Brown. Irrfan Khan. Bollywood actor Irrfan, who has been shooting director Ron Howard's upcoming Inferno in Budapest, has finished filming his schedule. The 48-year-old ... Read More >>>

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Bajrangi Bhaijaan`s Party a la Salman Khan Style

In the new song from his upcoming film Bajrangi Bhaijaan, superstar Salman Khan hosts an Eid party and how. He gathered the crowd in a well decorated mohalla, looked dashing in a red pathani salwar kurta and danced like no one was watching. The song ... Read More >>>

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Foreigner`s Gandhigiri tames unruly autowallah!!

How to tame the unruly and unjustly demanding autowallahs, who squeeze and torment the gullible passengers? Here's Christine Fair's way and we bet, it does not fail at all. Even the toughest autowallahs will crack if one uses Christine's method ... Read More >>>

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After arrest, Hema Malini`s driver released on bail

Bharatiya Janata Party MP and actor Hema Malini sustained injuries in a car accident in Dausa. (HT Photo). Share. Police on Friday arrested BJP lawmaker Hema Malini's driver, a day after her Mercedes collided with a Maruti Alto in Rajasthan killing a ... Read More >>>

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Salman Khan launches Eid special song `Aaj Ki Party`

Actor Salman Khan launched his Eid song 'Aaj party meri Taraf Se' in Mumbai on Friday (July 3) along with director Kabir Khan, singer Mika Singh and music director Pritam. The song is a special treat from Salman to his fans and won't be a part of his ... Read More >>>

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Salman Khan: Marriage is Cancelled Now, Love is Back

His fans may be waiting for years to see Bollywood superstar Salman Khan get married but the popular actor seems in no mood to do so though he strongly believes in love. Recently, the actor surprised everyone when he said he is open to the idea of an ... Read More >>>

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Terminator Genisys review: Time to terminate the saga

You realise that the film moves on for around two hours without actually serving anything new. Vinayak Chakravorty | Mail Today | Delhi, July 4, 2015 | UPDATED 10:56 IST. Mail. Print. A+ A-. SHARE. Terminator Genisys Arnold Schwarzenegger reprises his ... Read More >>>

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Cabaret first look: Richa Chadda strikes a sultry pose

Richa Chadda strikes a sultry pose in the first look released from the sets of Pooja Bhatt's next production venture Cabaret. Share. In an exclusive first look of Cabaret, Richa Chadda can be seen striking one of her most sultry poses. Produced by ... Read More >>>

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