Rohit Shetty with Kunal Kemmu, Tabu, Ajay Devgn, Arshad Warsi, Shreyas Talpade, Tusshar and Parineeti Chopra
Bombay Times caught up with Rohit Shetty while he was in the midst of shooting the title song of his Diwali entertainer, 'Golmaal Again', at a sprawling studio in Hyderabad. Here are excerpts from the quick Q and A session that transpired...
When you helmed the first 'Golmaal', people were apprehensive about an action director and an action hero (Ajay Devgn) teaming
Actor Ranveer Singh says that his upcoming movie on India winning the 1983 World Cup is more than just a great cricket story.
The actor has been roped in to play former captain Kapil Devin the movie, which is to be helmed by Kabir Khan.
"For our generation, cricket has always been the glamorous game but it wasn't actually like that before. When Kabir sir started narrating the story it came as a shock to me. It was surprising to learn the odds against which they had to fig
Pavan Malhotra is excited about 'Judwaa 2'. The David Dhawan directorial has given the veteran character actor another opportunity to explore comedy, after 'Mubarakan'. However, Pavan, who plays a British cop in the movie, hasn't seen the original Salman Khan-starrer. "I saw a portion of it a while ago. My character is different from the one Anupam Kher portrayed in 'Judwaa' (1997)," he says, adding, "It's been a nice experience working on 'Judwaa 2'. David likes his actors t
Jacqueline Fernandez Jackie, as she is fondly called, has oodles of style, spunk and most of all, super attitude. She is well aware of her strengths and she has the gumption to go all out to fix her weaknesses. The gal, who is a star on social media too, tells us that the one thing that keeps her going is "living in a positive bubble." In an industry that's so unpredictable and often illusory, too, that's no mean feat. In a conversation with BT, ahead of the release of 'Judwa
Ranveer Singh, who has been locked to play Kapil Dev in a movie on the 1983 cricket World Cup, will meet the team which won the trophy that year. The former India skipper will be part of the meet on Wednesday too. In 1983, India won its first cricket World Cup against the West Indies. Dev served as the captain of the Indian cricket team then. The film is being directed by Kabir Khan. Its scripting is finished. "It's a great feeling to start work on this incredible story of th
Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan says she is waiting excitedly to join the team of her next movie 'Fanney Khan'. Aishwarya is a part of 'Fanney Khan', an upcoming musical comedy film directed by Atul Manjrekar, with Anil Kapoorand Rajkummar Rao.
Looking gorgeous in a black gown, she spoke about joining the set of 'Fanney Khan' soon. "Good luck to the entire team of 'Fanney Khan'. I am looking forward to joining the team and enjoying the process of filmmaking. I would talk mor
'Newton' is India's Official Entry to Oscar 2018 Director Amit Masurkar's political satire "Newton", starring Rajkummar Rao in the lead role, will be India's official entry at Oscars 2018, the Film Federation of India announced today.
The Hindi film was the unanimous choice of FFI's selection committee, headed by Telugu producer C V Reddy. "'Newton' has been selected as India's official entry to the Oscars. It was unanimously chosen from 26 entries this year," FFI secretary
While top stars are essaying roles younger than their actual age, actor Sanjay Dutt wants to create a new path for himself by playing his age on the silver screen. Post his jail term, Dutt is back with 'Bhoomi', which released today. The 'PK' star plays the role of a father to Aditi Rao Hydari's character. The actor also has some eight to nine films in pipeline including the next in 'Munnabhai' series, 'Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3', 'Malang', 'Shiddat', 'Marco Bhau', 'Torbaaz',
Boasting of a stellar cast comprising names like Adil Hussain, Lalit Behl, Geetanjali Kulkarni and Palomi Ghosh; Mukti Bhawan, directed by 24-year-old Shubhashish Bhutiani has been transcending borders and winning global acclaim from audience and critics alike since its release. Revolving around a father-son relationship and a heartrending tale of life and death, the film that won two National Awards and 10 international awards, has released in 50 countries (theatrically) and
Filmmaker Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra said the inspiration for his upcoming directorial 'Mere Pyare Prime Minister' comes from Mahatma Gandhi, who was a warrior on sanitation issues.
During an event in Mumbai, Mehra spoke about the film and the issue of sanitation, which he has been helping to tackle since the last four years via his association with an NGO. "When it comes to cinema, it is entertainment first as that's what brings the people in. Purpose has to be built into the