Ajeeb Daastaans Review: Three Shorts and a Neeraj Ghaywan Masterclass

Babloo (Jaideep Ahlawat) tells Lipakshi (Fatima Sana Shaikh) that he loved someone else, this is a marriage of convenience, a business deal and avows that there’ll never be an offspring to present to his father.Bharti (Konkona Sen Sharma bringing the butch) is a “craftsman” among machine-men according to her Brahmin boss who recruits a woman from his caste – Aditi Rao Hydari’s Priya Sharma – for the data operator job that Bharti was eyeing.

Ludo Review: Four Chaotic Narrative Threads that Offer a Few Laughs Along the Way

Aalu (played by Rajkummar Rao) is a waiter at a roadside dhaba who sincerely believes he is in a ‘one-sided relationship’ with a girl from his childhood- Pinky (played by Fatima Sana Shaikh) – who now happens to be married with a baby named Babu.Basu does manage to bring a sense of realness to the characters in Ludo – visible in the scene where the nurse, Sheeja, tries to push Tripathi off a bridge so she can take off with his suitcase full of cash.

Anurag Basu’s Film With Abhishek Bachchan And Rajkummar Rao Titled ‘Ludo’

Actor-director-producer Anurag Basu’s next film starring Abhishek Bachchan, Rajkummar Rao, Aditya Roy Kapur, Pankaj Tripathi, Fatima Sana Shaikh, and Sanya Malhotra has now been titled Ludo. Presented by Gulshan Kumar’s T-Series in association with Anurag Basu Productions, the film is being bankrolled by Bhushan Kumar, Anurag Basu, Divya Khosla Kumar, Taani Somarita Basu and Krishan Kumar.

Western Cine Employees Association Appeals to Actors to Reduce Staff on Shoots as Covid-19 Cases Surge in Maharashtra

The Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) has appealed to reduce staff members on the sets of film and series shooting. In an interview with The Times of India, BN Tiwari, president of FWICE, said that they are redrafting the SOPs for the artists and will be mentioning the minimum number of staff that can be on set.

Netflix Announces 17 Titles; All The Details Here

On July 15, several Bollywood celebrities took to social media to release videos and boomerangs (videos on Instagram) of themselves waiting to announce something significant but refraining from doing so while shouting out loud the words ‘Come On Netflix’. Their posts also carried the words as a hashtag which went viral piquing the curiosity of Twitterati and people on the ‘Gram. Netflix also put out a tweet with three of the zipped mouth emojis and the hashtag.

Kona Film Corporation’s Next Is About Karnam Malleswari; ‘Raju Gadu’ Fame Sanjanaa Reddy To Helm The Project

Despite the presence of a big star like Shah Rukh Khan, the women of the film were given lots of space, making it a film that celebrated women along with strong feelings of patriotism that didn’t feel forced or aggressive.Starring Parminder Nagra, Keira Knightley, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, and others, the film was helmed by Gurinder Chadha and explores the young woman’s struggle to play the game she loves.

Silverscreen Recommedation: Five Women Centric Sports Films To Watch

Albeit the presence of a big star like Shah Rukh Khan, the women of the film were given enormous space, making it a film that celebrated women along with strong feelings of patriotism that didn’t feel forced or aggressive.Apart from Shah Rukh Khan, Vidya Malvade, Shilpa Shukla, Sagarika Ghatge, and Chitrashi Rawat also starred in the film helmed by Shimit Amin.

From Khudabaksh To Firangi,Thugs Of Hindostan’s First Look Posters Draw Instant Comparisons To Pirates Of The Caribbean Franchise

Yash Raj Films – the makers of the Aamir Khan starrer Thugs of Hindustan, have been unveiling first look posters of the main characters from the film for a week now. Vijaya Krishna Acharya, the man behind movies like Dhoom 3 and Tashan, directs the movie based on a Philip Meadows Taylor novel titled Confessions of a Thug.

When Bollywood Sports Dramas Gave Voice To Soft Nationalism

In 2001, the concept of sports drama came of age, thanks to Ashutosh Gowariker’s Lagaan.  The Aamir Khan film had all the right ingredients to make a Bollywood blockbuster – there was enough cricket, the underdogs triumphed at the end and the colonials beat the British at their own game.While Priyanka Chopra’s Mary Kom focused on the protagonist’s personal story and struggles, instances like Mary screaming at the sports federation that she is an “Indian at heart”and the film ending with the National Anthem as Mary wins her fourth world boxing champion title, are proof that it eventually pans towards patriotism.