'Aiyyaa' all set to entertain the audiences at the theatres
Songs- The song “Dreamum Wakepum” was the first one to get released. It sounds totally different from anything close to a Bollywood song and this is exactly what has worked for the song. It has a Tamil touch to it and yet has the beats that make it ...
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Shreya Ghoshal: The Entertainer with the Big Voice
In response to Punjabi requests, she pointed out the fact that every Hindi movie these days has at least one Punjabi song, and she had already sung a few. Since it was a rainy day outside, in response to the audience's request, she sang Barso re megha ...
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The news that Akshay Kumar will be inaugurating the IFFI, that's scheduled to take place in Goa from November 20, has been welcomed by all but a right wing Hindu outfit. The reason? The outfit thinks that Akshay has allegedly hurt religious sentiments in his recent film OMG Oh My God!
Manoj Solanki of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti State Convenor, in a memorandum to Chief Minister of Goa - Manohar Parrikar, said that the film has already hurt the religious sentiments of Hindus. He added that the inauguration of a major international event like IFFI at the hands of the producer of the film, Akshay, is like rubbing salt on the wounds of Hindus in this secular state.
While the Goa government is yet to take any action with respect to the memorandum, reports have it that Entertainment Society of Goa, which is a nodal agency conducting the festival, has said that the memorandum would be discussed in the high level committee before arriving at any decision.
Women too have stories to tell
There was a time when the heroine was only a glamorous add-on in Hindi films, with the plot loaded heavily in the hero's favour. Not anymore. Heroine-oriented films are being increasingly made; they are successes too. I have grown up on Bollywood.
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Tepid, Non-Scary Rehash of Old Ghost Movies
He came here to change Hindi cinema and its grammar, full of reasonably out-of-the-box thinking. In 1995, he dissociated the film song from the script with “Rangeela,” a 'tapori' love story that had its charm. He made violence (the real, gritty and ...
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