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Deepak Tijori casts Randeep Hooda and Kajal Aggarwal in this remake of Korean film ‘Always’.
Years back Shah Rukh Khan's older son Aryan had debuted and now Abram too has been a part of Happy New Year
Abhishek Bachchan was asked by the media about Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's birthday.
Mary Kom is an account of a lady boxer rise to boxing supremacy despite hailing from a neglected region of India and belonging to a farmer’s family.
Akhil Lokhande works multiple odd jobs in one day to pay for his ailing father’s hospital treatment.
The devil, they say, is in the detail – but not in Sajid Nadiadwala’s ‘Kick’.
In Amit Sahni Ki List, Amit Sahni (Virr Das) is heartbroken when his girlfriend dumps him. He decides to write a list of the qualities he seeks in his ideal woman.
Himesh Reshammiya channels his inner Raaj Kumar (yesteryears’ matinee idol) to play Ravi Kumar, an arrogant cop turned movie star in director Ananth Mahadevan’s...
Scarlett Johansson, fresh off her recent stint of successful films in Hollywood, is not one to rest on her laurels alone.
On the whole, Joker is a disaster what with almost nil entertainment value in it. It will go down in box-office history as a colossal waste of time, money and efforts.
The big screen doesn't seem to get enough of limbs underwater being ripped apart by fiery creatures from the deep. There was the despicable "Piranha 3DD" a few months back and now there's "Shark Night". Yet, the latter is a surprisingly better film in a sea of 'teen animal horror' monstrosities and it packs good special effects.
Jalpari should immediately be granted tax exemption and made accessible to every Indian who loves his daughter and to every womb breaker who ever thought of snuffing an unborn life out.
Luckily the film goes beyond inner-wear and seeks a place in heart. The director emerges with some truly heartwarming moments between Boman and Farah. Unki love story to nikal padi.
This Tiger has no roar. It’s just a bit of a bore.
Brilliantly scripted and deftly directed it’s Salman Khan’s best film in ages.