Sonakshi Sinha’s disco avatar in Himmatwala
Sonakshi Sinha is doing a disco number in Sajid Khan’s remake of Himmatwala. The song is titled “Thank God It’s Friday” and is choreographed by Chinni Prakash. The song is apparently inspired from Sridevi and Parveen Babi’s retro disco numbers and Manish Malhtora was roped in to create a similar look for Sonakshi. Talking about the song […][Read more]
Akshay Kumar turns a singer with Special 26: Song Video!
After wooing his fans with his acting, good looks, comic timing and stunt scenes, Akshay Kumar has now become a singer! Yes that’s right Akshay has sung a romantic number “Mujh Mein tu” in his upcoming movie Special 26. The music of the film was launched yesterday where Akshay sang live in front of the […][Read more]
Special 26 New Poster
Here’s a new poster from Neeraj Pandey’s upcoming movie Special 26. The movie is based on a real life incident where a group of people posed as CBI officers and raided the houses of various politicians. Special 26 will release on 8th February 2013. Special 26 Movie Poster [Read more]
Will 2013 see the decline of ‘masala’ movies in Bollywood?
The last few years saw the return of masala movies in Bollywood. It all probably started with the success of Salman Khan’s Wanted in 2009, no one expected the movie to do well however it broke box office records and that opened the road for other such movies. Whether it is Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar, […][Read more]
Meet the ‘Daayans’ from Ek Thi Daayan!
The first look launch of Ek Thi Daayan was as different as it could have been. While the cast was present in full attendance, what was interesting to see was that all the 3 actresses in the movie – Konkona Sen Sharma, Hume Qureshi and Kalki Koechlin were dressed as daayans! White faces, black eyes […][Read more]
Inkaar fairs poorly at the box office
Arjun Rampal and Chitrangada Singh’s Inkaar opened to a very poo response at the box office. The film could only collect 1.50 crore on day 1. The majority of the collection came in from big cities like Mumbai and Delhi. The smaller cities and towns were very poor and hardly contributed to the first […][Read more]