The teaser for Shah Rukh Khan's forthcoming film, 'Dunki', is out now. The movie is helmed by none other than Rajkumar Hirani. The teaser hints at an enchanting blend of story, star power and soul-stirring music. Fans have been particularly elated to hear Sonu Nigam lending his voice for Khan after a hiatus. Many echoed sentiments of nostalgia, recalling the magic the duo created in the '90s.
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Christopher Nolan’s blockbuster biopic Oppenheimer inches toward $1 billion at the global box office, Universal has announced a release date for the film’s home release, which comes with a whopping three hours of special features. Oppenheimer, which itself has a three-hour runtime, launches on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD, and digital on November 21 in the U.S. and November 22 in the UK.
The quirky poster of Fukrey 3, starring Richa Chada, Pankaj Tripathi, Pulkit Samrat and Varun Sharma is out, on September 4. Fans are excited to watch the film, which is a sequel, of Fukrey. With the poster look, the makers also announced the trailer launch date of Fukrey 3. The caption read, "Meet the characters now, not later before picture, comes the trailer." Trailer is set for September 5.
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Sunny Deol's son Rajveer Deol is all set for his movie debut with "Dono". He will be paired up with Poonam Dhillon's daughter Paloma, a fresh pair of Bollywood. The trailer is a romantic drama, a tale of two strangers, looking for closure and co-incidently fell in love with each other. The film is produced by Rajshree Productions in association with Jio Studios and will hit theatres on October 5.
Know the real story behind the "Jhumka Gira Re". The song from Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani" is making trends, but how this song was made is an interesting story. The lyricists of the song, Raja Mehndi Sahab, Teji Suri, and Harivansh Rai Bachchan, were close friends. The love story between Teji Suri and renowned poet Harivansh Rai Bachchan was the inspiration for the song.
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After Juhi Parmar, Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor's wife Mira Kapoor also criticised the recently released "Barbie". In a social media post, Mira said, "Hollywood this Hollywood that...Well Hollywood can't do song-and-dance like Bollywood can." She shared a glimpse of the film and shared the post on Instagram story. Earlier, TV actress Juhi also said, she walked out of the theatre saying 'Barbie' supposed to be for kids, but it's… read-more
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In June, which is celebrated as pride month, we bring you a list of movies, which is to be watched on several OTT platforms. With the opening of the LGBTQ+ community, many directors and producers are making efforts to open up and make films, opening up about the pride community. Here's list of movies to watch: "Paris Is Burning,"Pride," "Carol", Moonlight, and Call Me By Your Name, available online.
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South actor Naga Chaitanya is making his Bollywood debut in Aamir Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan's Laal Singh Chaddha. Naga Chaitanya discussed about nepotism in Telugu cinema industry. Naga told, "What's wrong (coming from a film family)? My grandad was an actor, my dad got inspired by him and became an actor. I saw these two amazing actors and I got inspired by them and wanted to take that forward."
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Actress and Bigg Boss fame Kashmira Shah in her latest interview spoke about 'nepotism'. She said that she doesn't like people talking about nepotism and that ‘it doesn't matter’ if someone is talented. Giving an example, Shaha said that if her sons, Rayaan and Krishaang will make their film debut, it will be because of their talent, and not because of nepotism. Shah made her Bollywood debut with "Yes Boss".
The recently released "JugJug Jeeyo" is now available on the OTT platform, streaming on Prime Video, from July 22. The Kiara Advani, Varun Dhawan, Anil Kapoor and Neetu Kapoor's family drama was released on June 24, across India. The film at the end of week three has a lifetime collection of Rs 83.12 crore. Moreover, the film is a tale of two married couples of different generations struggling post-marriage issues.
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