Tahira Kashyap is all set to mark her Bollywood entry as director with "Sharma Ji Ki Beti." Her film recently was screened at Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival, and received an overwhelming response from the audince, who also gave a standing ovation. The film is the first project of Tahira Kashyap Khuranna, for which she said, "I consciously tell myself to not feel guilty." and signed off with her interview.
An exclusive report confirmed that Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar will soon begin filming Nadiadwala's "Houseful 5". As per sources, the shoot will begin in London. The franchise of Houseful is one of the most anticipated comedy films by Akshay Kumar. While Akshay Kumar is a permanent name in the casting, other actors are yet to be known. In June this year, Akshay announced the film, which is set to release in Diwali 2024.… read-more
Actor Vijay Deverakonda penned a heartfelt note as his film Kushi with Samantha Ruth Prabhu hit the screens on Friday (September 1). The film received positive early reviews from film critics and audiences. Taking to his official social media account, Vijay thanked his fans and said "You all waited for 5 years, with me." He thanked his fans, saying he woke up to amazing positive messages.
Pakistani national Seema Haider, who crossed borders illegally to be with her Indian lover Sachin Meena, is currently shooting for her debut movie 'Karachi to Noida'. Ahead of the buzz surrounding the movie, the makers dropped the poster of the film’s theme song titled, ‘Chal Pade Hain Hum.’ The movie will mark the debut of a controversial Pakistani woman, who crossed the border for love.
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The Censor Board has approved the film and given an 'A' certificate to the Akshay Kumar starrer- 'OMG 2' with 27 modifications. The changes include “modified the entire portrayal pf the character Shiv ji and presented him as a devotee and messenger of God. Other changes include deleted of ‘frontal nudity and suitably replaced with visual of Naga Sadhus’ and removed the ‘poster of Mood X condom on the billboard.
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Ahead of the release of OMG 2, fans are super excited about the film and its trailer. The sequel of the 2012 film, OMG, the movie starring Akshay Kumar as Lord Shiva and Pankaj Tripathi as 'Bhakt" of Lord Shiva, is making the audience intrigued about the film, with high expectations. Furthermore, Twitter is flooded with praises for the film with #OMG2 #Akshaykumar, and awaits release, on August 11.
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TV actor and former Bigg Boss contestant Jay Bhanushali is the latest to criticise the recent release "Barbie" movie. In a social media post, Bhanushali said, "My daughter told me within the first 30 minutes 'Daddy, I'm sleepy. I can't watch the film. Take me home. I'm bored'. She was actually judging me for my choice after I took her out to watch this film." He also expressed disappoitment.
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Bollywood actor Ayushman Khurana dropped the first poster of "Dream Girl 2". In an official announcement, Khurana took to his Instagram and said, " "@pooja___dreamgirl Coming Soon!" Fans are excited for Pooja, the main character of the comedy film, starring Ayushman as male lead. This time, the female lead would be played by Bollywood actress Ananya Pandey. More details about the film is awaited.
After the recent controversy of "Adipurush", the Censor Board is being cautious and ensuring approval after proper review. Notably, the Akshay Kumar and Pankaj Tripathi starter "OMG:2" is being sent to the revision committee, putting on hold. The board will review the film, to make sure, there is no scene which could hurt religious sentiments and raise controversy amongst the audience. The film is set to release on August 11… read-more
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The Allahabad High Court restrained Al Jazeera Media Network Private Ltd from telecasting the film "India....Who lit the Fuse?". Reviewing a public interest litigation filed by Sudhir Kumar, a bench comprising Justice Ashwani Kumar Mishra and Justice Ashutosh Srivastava passed the order. Notably, the argument was that if released/broadcast, the film will create hatred amongst different religious denominations and thereby destroy the… read-more
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