Anil Kapoor and Sachin Tendulkar exchange notes

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This is quite a picture! The legendary Anil Kapoor and India’s pride Sachin Tendulkar caught in the same frame exchanging notes. Anil Kapoor has posted this picture on social media and shared, ‘I told him I’ve never missed a match… he said he doesn’t miss an episode of #24indiaS2!’ Now now, this mutual admirers’ club compromises of icons the nation loves. 

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Varun Dhawan does a doggy style

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Varun Dhawan sure has an amazing sense of humour. And shall we say he’s cute beyond measures. He’s busy prepping up for his next, Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya. While he gears up, his director Shashank Khaitan is putting him through various workshops for the film. One of which is crawling like a dog. Varun shares a video of him crawling on the ground along with a show dog. And he shares that this is how Shashank Khaitan conducts workshops for Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya. Cute!

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Vaani Kapoor sizzles on the latest Grazia cover

The Befikre girl is sporting a classy French look on the September cover of Grazia India. She’s seen donning a beautiful blue and white dress from Louis Vuitton complete with a cool hairdo and dark lips. The shoot was done in Paris, where she was shooting for Aditya Chopra’s Befikre with Ranveer Singh. 

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Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma sizzle in this new picture from Ae DIl Hai Mushkil

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Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma sizzle in this new picture from Ae DIl Hai Mushkil

After the entire industry has gone gaga over the teaser of Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, now we have our hands on a brand new picture of Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma from it. Here, Anushka is looking beautiful in a yellow chiffon saree while Ranbir is in his elements trying to woo her, holding a hair dryer. Their chemistry looks easy and sparkling. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil also stars Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Fawad Khan and is slated for a Diwali release.

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Movie Review: Skiptrace

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Rating: 2 stars

Quick take: Sinks without a trace

If you haven’t heard about Skiptrace, it’s a buddy action movie featuring Jackie Chan. Hollywood’s obnoxious comedy and gag expert Johnny Knoxville fills into the buddy part. Jackie Chan is an expert at these sorts of films; he’s had the Rush Hour series with Chris Tucker and the Shanghai Knights series with Owen Wilson. While both actors are in their comfort zone, that does not translate into any sort of goodness for the movie. Skiptrace suffers from amateur execution, listless writing and the burden of its socio-political ambitions.

This film is made with two main objectives. One is to showcase China as an exotic tourist friendly location. The second is to be as to be commercially viable on an international level – appeal to all markets around the world. So you have exotic Chinese locales, even Mongolia and the Gobi desert on offer. As well as the universal appeal of an American cowboy / conman in the middle of a multi-country adventure. Sadly, where such a formula worked wonders for the Rush Hour movies, Skiptrace’s horribly jaded writing keeps the cinematic quality at direct to TV and or DVD levels. Jackie Chan plays a Hong Kong cop on the trail of a dreaded Chinese crime lord by the name of Matador. Johnny Knoxville plays an American swindler who steals money from the Chinese mafia’s casino and manages to impregnate a Russian don’s daughter. The word Skiptrace means locating someone’s whereabouts for a paid job. Kind of like a mix between a bounty hunter and a private investigator. So Jackie Chan becomes the Skiptrace expert and Johhny Knoxville the guy who’s being chased by the Russians and the Chinese.

Their journey begins in Russia as they travel on land from the Siberian plains through Europe and Asia right up until China. The two guys are forever arguing and fighting, but their exotic journey helps them bond and fight off the bad guys. If they’d stuck to the action comedy part, Skiptrace would’ve been a decent watch. But the movie has to also make way for its big Chinese tourism sell. So you’re given random shots of the Chinese countryside as well as the Mongolian Gypsy culture which just dilutes the fun of the film. It doesn’t help when a Mongol tribe looking like ancestors of Genghis Khan randomly break into an Adele song. The absurdist humour and the lets kick someone between the legs gags ruin the movie. Not the mention the twist at the end, which is worse than any recent M Night Shaymalan movie.

Jackie Chan is still doing his stunts, so the action looks slick and fabulous. Johnny Knoxville is a heady mix of irritating and charming all at once. But the lead actors never quite rise above the trite script on hand. Winston Chao, who was last seen as the bad guy in Rajnikanth’s Kabali is also the main antagonist here and that should be a novelty moment for Indian viewers. But apart from its cast, Skiptrace has very little to offer that you can recommend, enjoy or even remember. This Chinese-American goulash with a sprinkling of Mongolian and Russian elements is just all over the place.

Kareena Kapoor Khan is not the reason behind Veere Di Wedding being delayed

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After Kareena Kapoor Khan announced her pregnancy, rumours were rife that she is no more a part of Veere Di Wedding. However sisters Sonam and Rhea Kapoor confirmed that Bebo is very much a part of Veere Di Wedding. Later, rumours followed that the shooting is being postponed due to Bebo’s pregnancy. But Sonam clarified, “If Kareena had not gotten pregnant, we’d have had to use prosthetics for her character to look pregnant. So in many ways, her pregnancy is God-sent for our film.”

Apparently, the reason behind the delay is the film’s budget. The film has already gone over budget and the producers are reworing the costings..

John Abraham and Varun Dhawan in Dishoom 2?

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John Abraham who is busy shooting for the sequel of Force, is already ready for the sequel of Dishoom with Varun Dhawan and he is very clear about that. The actor spoke to an entertainment daily saying that while Varun, Sajid Nadiadwala and he are high on working for the sequel, Rohit Dhawan is not sure about it. Well, whether Dishoom 2 is on cards or not, we would love to see the hunks back on screen… pronto!

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Sonakshi Sinhas Noor undergoes a major change

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After Happy Bhaag Jayegi got banned in Pakistan, the makers of Noor have decided to make a serious change in the script. The movie is based upon Saba Imtiaz’s Karachi, You’re Killing Me! and is based in Pakistan. But on seeing the fate of Happy Bhaag Jayegi, the makers have made a demographic change in the script and have shifted the setting from Karachi to Mumbai.

Noor is about a single young woman attached to her profession as a journalist. “Well, this one-line plot could have been in Karachi, Kolkata or Kansas. There is no difference that would be made to the film’s storyline or narrative,” says a source.

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Shraddha Kapoor has been travelling extensively for work. From Kerala, Shillong, Bangkok, Bali to Cape Town for her films – Rock On 2, Ok Jaanu and Half Girlfriend. Her next destinations are New York and Benaras. Shraddha Kapoor shares her experience, “Off late I have been visiting beautiful places across India and even internationally for the shoot of my films and even though I miss home a lot, I thoroughly enjoy this process. Since these travels are for work, you cannot be a tourist but just soaking in the atmosphere is rejuvenating.”

Remembering P. Padmarajan

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It was a journey into the heart of darkness. Or more like the journey the kids made in William Golding’s Lord of the flies. The film was Idavela directed by Mohan sir. What struck me was the writing. The economy of expression while plumbing into the baser instincts of adolescent kids. It had to be him! Padmarajan. The ambient darkness offset the lightness of the kids until they hurtled into tragedy sharply reminiscent of Picnic at Hanging Rock. I’m neither equipped to make a candid appraisal of his writing in films like Kaanamarayathu nor comment on his ascent as a director. This is perhaps a tribute to a director who unraveled emotions like waves lapping a sea shore especially in Thinkalazhcha Nalla Divasam, Kariyila Kattu Pole, Namukku Parkkan Munthiri Thoppukal , Thoovanathumbikal , Desatanakkili Karayarilla and Innale. Films which resonated with a welter of human emotions like angst, separation, romance, longing and lust.

I hesitate to draw parallels between say a Guru Dutt or a Raj Khosla who were equally adept at the interplay of human emotions when I write about Padmarajan sir. But he had that. An unobtrusive knack of turning the spotlight on the minutest of human foibles.

Thilakan sir’s longing for his dead grandson in Moonnam Pakkam, Madhavi chasing into the forest for her lost child in Nombarathi Poovu. Mammootty’s metamorphosis from unrelenting to caring in Kariyila Kattu Pole or Kaviyoor Ponnamma’s disbelief when her son’s suggest that she live in a home for the aged in Thinkalazhcha Nalla Divasam is the stuff only great directors are able to tap into actors. Don’t know if the fact that he wrote his scripts into the fabric of the technique of his film-making added substantially.
45 is too young an age to go away and you can see in his films the same preoccupation with death. Be it Moonnam Pakkam, Thinkalazhcha Nalla Divasam, Kariyila Kattu Pole or even Idavela which he didn’t direct but wrote.

The lyricism of his dialogue comes into full play in a film like Thoovanathumbikal or Namukku Parkkan Munthiri Thoppukal, obviously in no small measure contributed by thespian Mohanlal. The grace of his interactions with Clara (The dewy beauty Sumalatha), the insouciance of his body language until real love takes over. Padmarajan underpinned sense along with sensuality. You can see it in Jayaram’s frenzied embrace of Shobana when Suresh Gopi decides to walk away in Innale.

I’m especially taken up by the grammar in Desatanakkili Karayarilla. Forbidden love is hinted at amidst joviality and teenage rebellion. You know the signs and you know it’s all going to end in calamity. Yet the buoyancy of writing and the terrific performances of the lead pair Shaari and Karthika make it such a sparkling film in his lineup of knockout films.
Rahman’s innocence in Koodevide. A wide-eyed Parvathy in Thoovanathumbikal. The young lovers cuckoo and Ashokan in Thinkalazhcha Nalla Divasam. Karthika’s caution as opposed to Shaari’s tempestuousness in Desatanakkili Karayarilla are the master stroke of a man of wisdom who was perhaps a child at work or believed in the in-credulousness of youth. There is also foreboding. In between all the music an underpinning of doom exists. You know Shaari has a story roiling beneath her introverted state in Namukku Parkkan Munthiri Thoppukal. Sripriya is over cautious about her daughter Karthika in Kariyila Kattu Pole. Because there is history. And history often takes away the music and leaves us with painful memories. Padmarajan was that Pied Piper who would sedulously lead us to believe that a great future awaits until it’s too late to turn back.

Perhaps the Gandharvan in Njan Gandharvan was his own voice. Which said the astral body can never love or stay on earth for too long once his work is done. Sir you left a lot unsaid. The work wasn’t over. The promise to the Vineyards still remain unfulfilled…

Pooja Hegde talks about Mohenjo Daro working with Hrithik and how she earned confidence…

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 Pooja Hegde is living out a fairytale. The young actor could not have dreamt of a more celebrated debut. As Hrithik Roshan’s beloved in Ashutosh Gowariker’s Mohenjo Daro, it’s nothing short of an epic unveiling. The Miss India contestant feels blessed. “It’s been more than a decade since Deepika Padukone or Anushka Sharma had such a big launch,” she says.
She plays princess Chaani in Mohenjo Daro. But it’s a character that seems tailor made for the new-age actor. She reveals, “According to Ashu sir, I was everything that he had pictured for Chaani. His suggestion was to just be myself and not act at all. That made my life easier.” Unlike Pooja, Chaani’s character is bound by her situations and that’s what made the role challenging. She explains, “Chaani is suppressed because there’s a prophecy about her. They call her the Navlokini, which means the chosen one. And the belief is that Chaani will usher in a new way of life in Mohenjo Daro. Everyone believes that she has magical powers. So when she steps out in public, she has to be elegant and correct. She has to be the Navlokini.” She adds, “But at heart she’s childlike and just someone who wants to be nobody. She doesn’t want people to recognise her.”

Pooja has always been a Hrithik Roshan fan. After working with him she’s now found a close friend in him. She shares, “When Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai had released my cousins were raving about this new guy. They kept saying, ‘He’s so hot!’ I too went wow! I couldn’t believe how good-looking he was. Now having worked with him I can call him a friend… it’s such a different feeling.” She’s all praise for her superstar colleague. “You realise he’s so down to earth. He has a big heart,” she says hiding her blushes. Recalling her first meeting with Hrithik she says, “My first reaction was that he looks even better in person. Hrithik is a thorough gentleman. He made me feel comfortable and at ease. I was shy and nervous. He calmed me down. For some reason he thought that I’m from the South. He was surprised to know I’m a Mumbai girl and that I had grown up in Versova. Just six years ago I shifted to a new home
in Bandra.”

Ashutosh Gowariker’s wife Sunita Gowariker (who’s also the producer of Mohenjo Daro) spotted Pooja in a TV commercial with Ranbir Kapoor and that’s where the ball started rolling. It was the director’s obsession with perfection that honed Pooja’s talent. “Ashu sir’s attention to detail makes him such a great director. That’s why every frame in his films looks beautiful… almost like a painting. He pushes you until he gets the shot he wants. So as a debut actor, if you have a director like that, you know he’ll ensure the best from you.”

Pooja Hegde

Her journey has been a special one. She was first rejected at the Miss India competition. She applied again in 2010 and this time she finished second runner-up in the Miss Universe India competition. “I don’t know if it happened by accident or design but I was a complete tomboy in school. I wore sneakers, I had short hair and I was not a people’s person. I wanted to change that about myself when I turned 15,” she confides. “When I went to college (MMK College, Bandra), I participated in all college functions and festivals to overcome my shyness. I didn’t
know any other way to change my personality.

I remember when I had to dance on Madhuri Dixit’s Aaja Nachle number I saw some 15,000 people in the audience and I froze on stage. But from then on my confidence just got better,” she shares. And then she got an invitation for the Miss India pageant and her life changed forever. The Miss India experience opened up new horizons for her. For someone who hails from a South Indian family that places a premium on education, this was a whole new world for her. She smiles, “My elder brother’s a doctor. My dad is a criminal lawyer. My mother has studied Law and also has an MBA degree. I come from a non-film background.”

 She continues, “I was never the sort of girl, who dabbled with her mother’s make-up. At Miss India, other contestants were prim and proper, while I was being tutored to walk in heels. But I learnt so much from the pageant, I owe a lot to the Times Group. It was here that I got offers to walk the ramp, which eventually led me to films.” Pooja then went down South and debuted with the Tamil film Mugamoodi (2012). She followed it up with the Telugu hits Oka Laila Kosam and Mukunda (2014). When quizzed about her South rendezvous she retorts, “Everyone does that. You should ask why Deepika did it? Why Katrina Kaif and Priyanka Chopra did it? Generally, you make a mark in South films and then make the transition to Hindi cinema.” Initially, Pooja wasn’t too sure about her ability as an actor. But her mother instilled faith in her. She reveals, “Mom said that I should experience it firsthand to actually find out if I’m cut out for it or not. That piece of advice made perfect sense. That’s when I went ahead and gave it my best shot.”

Working in the South was a great learning experience for the young actress. She had the opportunity of working with such directors like Mysskin, Vijay Kumar Konda and Srikanth Addala. Her high point came when she was nominated in the Best Actress category for her debut film Mugamoodi at the Filmfare Awards. She smiles, “It was a definite confidence booster. Whether you win it or not, at the end of the day it was your debut film and your name featured along with the great names in the South.” Right now, her focus has shifted to Hindi movies. She isn’t doing South Indian films nor is she doing any movie with South superstar Allu Arjun. Her future plans? She grins, “I want to do a nice fun film. I want to wear jeans to the set. I’ve been wearing the Mohenjo Daro costumes, which take 25 minutes to get into. But of course, I enjoyed wearing them. Most actresses die without doing a period film. This is my first film and I got the chance to appear in a periodic drama.” Yes, it’s a momentous move.

âœMy family will reject any guy who doesnât get our jokes…â – Tabu

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“My family will reject any guy who doesn’t get our jokes...” - Tabu

Tabu has always been an enigma wrapped in alluring mystery. She has always done her own thing, right from the beginning of her career, choosing films not for their commercial viability but because they satisfied the actor in her. Such conformity to ideals wouldn’t have been easy but thankfully she has got a super support system in place. For someone who has played powerful women-centric roles, the inspiration comes from her immediate world. For the first time, she speaks openly about the support she’s got from her mother, her elder sister Farah
and even her young nephew Fateh Randhawa. Excerpts from a straight-from-the-heart interview…

Few are aware of your fun loving streak, which is in such a contrast from the serious roles you play…
I’ll die if I’m around people who don’t have a sense of humour. I can’t live without it. (Laughs) Recently, I’ve distanced myself from good friends, who didn’t have a sense of humour. I can’t deal with them. They are lovely people. But I can’t feel heavy when I’m with them. A sense of humour is important in our lives. Everyone in my family is born with a funny bone. It’s not easy for outsiders to handle us. Whoever gets married in our family will take a long time to get used to our sense of humour. We are also judgmental about people who don’t laugh at our jokes. I have serious instructions from my family. They will reject any guy who doesn’t get our jokes. So I’m trying to find a guy like that.

Tell us more about your family…

It’s a funny family. My immediate family is small… my mother, my sister (Farah), her husband (Sumeet Saigal), her son (Fateh Randhawa from Farah’s earlier marriage with Vindu Dara Singh) and me. Then I have a huge extended family… relatives, 24 first cousins, out of which eight of us are close. Two of them are in Mumbai. I have no brothers. I have a pet, a small Chihuahua. He’s part of the family. We’re a colourful and an intense set of people. Each one of us has our own characteristic, our own brand of humour. Also,
I have a set of friends who’re important to me. That’s my family. My friends are all over the world and of course in Mumbai too. They understand me and the space I need.

Please elaborate…
They leave me alone when they get a feeling I need to be left alone. There’s a certain unconditional acceptance that has come over the years because you have to put up with a lot if you have me as a friend.  I get a lot of love from the people of the industry too. Some of them are my closest friends. Apart from the respect that my work gets, I’m glad to receive this love. And the best part is that I can feel the love is genuine. That’s my biggest treasure… where people love me without ulterior motives and expectations. They have forged a deep connection with me. There’s a long list of people who genuinely love me. That’s more than enough for a lifetime. It’s been a good life.

This is the cutest picture of Ajay Devgn we have ever seen

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Ajay Devgn is not someone who enjoys paparazzi or is a selfie-addict but yesterday when he posted a picture of himself, it was indeed the sweetest picture we’ve seen of him. The actor is seen sleeping peacefully and he has captioned it “relaxed”. Looks like Kajol loved the picture too as she instantly reposted the picture.

With Shivaay nearing its release date, Ajay Devgn surely has a lot to do as he’s the captain of the ship and we think a little nap must have been surely relaxing.

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var enableAdArray = [“yes”];
var adTimerArray = [“8000″];
var adSourceArray = [”];
var adSkipEnabledArray = [‘yes’];
var adSkipColorArray = [‘white’];
var adColor = “black”;
if ($.inArray(0, adslideArray)>-1)
navigflagged = 1;