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Aamir's DHOOM:3 first Bollywood film to release in Imax

Yash Raj Films and IMAX Corporation today announced that the action thriller DHOOM:3, the next offering from YRF, will be digitally re-mastered in the immersive IMAX format and released in IMAX theatres across India and select global locations next year.

Old divas in new avatar

Manisha Koirala, 41, pulled herself together and turned out prim and proper to open an ice-cream parlour in Mumbai.

Miley Cyrus I’m Sooooo NOT Engaged

Yes, she wore a ring and yes, it was on her ring finger -- but Miley Cyrus still can’t figure out why everyone thought she was engaged ... because it ain't true!!!

Why curvy women will always score above size-zero ones?

I have often hated the media/advertising industry for the manner in which they impact our mind, brainwash our sensibilities and make us believe not just an alternate view but its exact opposite, i.e. absolute lies.

Kim Kardashian Gets Flour Bombed on Red Carpet

When Kim Kardashian showed up on the red carpet at a charity event she was hosting in West Hollywood Thursday, she presumed it would be a flawless night for all involved. That is, until she was flour bombed upon her arrival.

Jan 1, 2013

Top Five Bollywood Actresses in 2012

If she made the nation made go 'Ohh la la...' with her bold and sensuous act in 'The Dirty Picture' in 2011, this year she came on screen in a serious and no-sense avatar in 'Kahaani'. The thriller saw her carrying the entire show alone and helped her proved that she is talented enough to portray any character with conviction. With her intense acting, the 34-year-old changed the mindset that Bollywood is a male bastion.


Year 2012 saw Katrina in three different avatars - first, as a sensuous dancer in item song 'Chikni Chameli' in 'Agneepath'. Then she donned the role of a Pakistani ISI agent in 'Ek Tha Tiger' and cherry on the cake was her protrayal of a religious girl in Yash Chopra 'Jab Tak Hai Jaan'.

katrina and sharuk in jab tak hai jaan

The multi-talented actress, seen as ultra modern girl in films like 'Dostana' and 'Anjaana Anjaani', stunned the audiences as an autistic Bengali girl Jhilmil in 'Barfi!'. Priyanka did complete justice to the character and made viewers forgot her former beauty queen image. If that was not enough, she wowed everyone with her singing debut, international music single 'In My City'.

Priyanka chopra in barfi

Audiences saw the Kapoor girl in different roles this year. If she played a vibrant hairdresser in 'Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu', she was seen as a Pakistani doctor in 'Agent Vinod'. In 'Heroine', she played an actress, who goes through the harsh reality of stardom, while 'Talaash' saw as a prostitute. One can say that Kareena has surely matured and trying to be versatile.

Krina kapoor in talash

She entered the industry like a breath of fresh air in last year's release 'Ladies VS Ricky Bahl'. With 'Ishaqzaade', she has dispelled the notion that she is a one film wonder. Her initial introduction was that she is Priyanka's cousin, but she got rid of that with her performance in 'Ishaqzaade'. Her the girl next door Punjabi looks seems to have clicked with the young audience.

parineeti chopra

Nov 22, 2012

Karisma's marriage hits rockbottom again

Karisma Kapur's marriage is back in the news again. Just like the last time, the news isn't good either. The actress intends to end her marriage with businessman Sunjay Kapur. What is wrong now?

Karisma Kapur and Sunjay Kapur

The latest buzz around town is that Karisma's husband Sanjay Kapur has been seen socialising with one particular lady and Lolo, naturally is not happy with it. Source

Oct 12, 2012

Meet the fresh faces of 'Student of the Year'

Karan has always worked with stars and this is the first time he is launching fresh faces in his film.

At a recent promotional event in Bangalore, Karan Johar and the cast of 'Student of the Year' talked about their forthcoming release.

Karan Johar and the cast of Student of the Year

KJo said he was very nervous because this was the first time he was working with new actors but once he believed that they were the best, he had the most fabulous experience working with them.

KJo Student of the Year
Talking about Alia Bhat's choice for the role, he said that he instinctively knew that she would be right for it but he asked her to lose weight and get in shape for the film.

Alia Bhat
source: yahoo.com

Sep 22, 2012

Aamir's DHOOM:3 first Bollywood film to release in Imax

Yash Raj Films and IMAX Corporation today announced that the action thriller DHOOM:3, the next offering from YRF, will be digitally re-mastered in the immersive IMAX format and released in IMAX theatres across India and select global locations next year. The film marks the first Indian local-language production to be released in IMAX. The Company currently has 14 IMAX theatres open or contracted to open in India.

From producer Aditya Chopra and director Vijay Krishna Acharya, and starring Aamir Khan, Dhoom:3 is the next installment in one of the most famous franchises in Indian box office history. Also starring Abhishek Bachchan, Uday Chopra and Katrina Kaif, the film tells the story of the adventures of Jai Dixit, a no-nonsense cop, and his scatterbrained partner, Ali. The success of DHOOM and DHOOM:2 have established this as Bollywood's pre-eminent franchise.

amir khan in dhoom 3

Speaking about this collaboration, Yash Chopra said, "IMAX has always symbolised high quality film entertainment and experience and this vision of the company works very well with the ethos of YRF which has been synonymous with Indian film entertainment over the last four decades. We are indeed happy to announce our association with IMAX for the additional release of DHOOM:3 in this exciting format next year. Added to the anticipated thrill that the film promises, this IMAX experience will give it an all new edge of the seat dimension altogether. We look forward to closely working with their team over the coming year."

"Our network growth in India has reached a point where we're now able to present local-language films in IMAX, which is paramount to our success in the region," said Greg Foster, Chairman and President, IMAX Filmed Entertainment. "We're very excited to begin this partnership with Yash Raj Films and look forward to working with director Vijay Krishna Acharya and Yash and Aditya Chopra on this highly anticipated Bollywood blockbuster. With its riveting action set pieces, global locales and stunning visuals, DHOOM:3 is an ideal film to take advantage of our immersive format as we begin our initiative with Indian-language/Bollywood films." More

Kareena's powerful performance in naked look at Bollywood shennigans

Film: "Heroine"; Starring: Kareena Kapoor, Arjun Rampal, Randeep Hooda, Shahana Goswami, Ranveer Shorey, Govind Namdeo; Directed by: Madhur Bhandarkar; Rating: ****

Somewhere deep within the corroding flamboyance of filmdom, there is a tale of heartbreaking compromises and immorality tucked away from the naked, tearless eye. Madhur Bhandarkar nearly gets to the nerve centre of that world, and then pulls back just before he's really gotten there.

"Heroine" is an intriguingly unfinished film - partly in the rapidfire mood of a game show and partly like an elegiac melody played gently on an antique piano with immaculate fingers. It lacks a centre, sometimes even a focus as it tries to cram in too many incidents, episodes, scandals, controversies and plain absurdities that are an integral part of Bollywood, so much so that the first hour or so gets suffocatingly airtight.

And then you realize towards the end, that the world of the superstar Mahi Khanna traps the star, makes her a puppet of success, traps her in a web of deceit and finally throws her into a whirlwind of vaporous deceptions.

The closing moments have that gut-wrenching element which made Bhandarkar's "Chandni Bar", "Page 3" and "Fashion" among the more sensitive dramas in recent times.

We see Mahi, shattered forlorn and bereft, trapped in a car surrounded by merciless television journalists. As the haunting background score by Salim-Sulaiman builds up to a shattering crescendo, Mahi's hands fold together in a plea of mercy. In moments our hearts bleed for Mahi.

God help those who are cursed with stardom. They first have to struggle to get there. And then they must continue to fight to cling to their place. And then, as Govind Namdeo playing Mahi's quietly faithful secretary tells her: "An actress' life-span is by its very nature limited".  More

Sep 17, 2012

I don't recommend anyone for 'Bigg Boss': Salman Khan

biggboss-Salman Khan
Mumbai, Sep 16 (IANS) Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, who will be hosting Color's show "Bigg Boss" for the third time now, says that he doesn't have any hand in selecting the contestants for the show.

"I don't want to recommend anyone as I don't want to be partial or biased. I also get to know at the last minute," he said at a press conference here Sunday.

This will be the sixth season of the show and will be aired at 9 pm daily on the channel from Oct 7. The show has added many new elements to the format like a pet parrot and a fish. Also, common people will also get to be a part of the show.

Salman also clarified that as a host of the show, he doesn't like to intervene but could not help it last season due to the circumstances.

"I felt very bad but I was getting feedback about the show from everywhere. I am not supposed to intervene, but it had become too much," he said.

Salman also added that even though some of the contestants may try to come into the limelight through controversies, but the winners have always been different.

"The contestants who were in the house thought they would be seen more on the show. But the winners have always been dignified," he said.

The show comes with a promise of being more family oriented this season.

"This season will connect with the whole family. There will be more tasks and games this time. We have moved into the prime time slot of 9 p.m.," he said. sourse

Jun 26, 2012

Maximum trailer and Reviews

What's the movie about:
Mumbai 2003, a maze of local trains, throbbing crowds, big land deals and intense politics. And in the
center of it all, a volatile story. Two cops, one journey and a struggle for power, maximum power. But they are not alone in this game, there are other players.

The conspirators moving at every level. Taking the dream through layers of emotions and betrayals to an unpredictable climax.

Jun 4, 2012

Drew Barrymore marries art dealer Will Kopelman

Actress Drew Barrymore has tied the knot for the third time, marrying her art dealer fiance Will Kopelman this weekend in Southern California, media outlets reported on Sunday.

drew barrymore and will kopelman

The "Charlie's Angels" actress, 37, wore a Chanel gown and wed Kopelman on Saturday in a Jewish ceremony at their estate in Montecito, California, outside Los Angeles, with guests including Reese Witherspoon, Cameron Diaz, Jimmy Fallon and Busy Philips, according to People Magazine.

drew barrymore
The celebrity magazine also said Barrymore is pregnant with the couple's first child. Representatives for the actress did not immediately return calls for comment on Sunday.

This is the third wedding for Barrymore, who was previously married to bar owner Jeremy Thomas in March 1994, filing for divorce less than two months later, and comedian Tom Green in July 2001, with Green filing for divorce less than six months later.

Barrymore, a member of the famous family of actors and granddaughter of John Barrymore, first gained fame as a child actress in Steven Spielberg's "E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial."

Over the years, she has forged a successful career in romantic comedies such as "Never Been Kissed" and "He's Just Not That Into You," as well as the "Charlie's Angels" action films based on the 1970s TV show. She founded her own production company, Flower Films, and made her directorial debut in 2009 with roller-derby comedy "Whip It."