World Theatre Day: A New Crop Of Bollywood Actors Who Dabble In Plays & Films

Manav Kaul is a known theatre figure, having started his own theatre company in 2004 that produced several notable plays including Ilhaam, Park and Shakkar ke Paanch Daane.  He made his acting debut in Hindi cinema with fantasy film Jajantaram Mamantaram in 2003, and has been lauded for his performance as a right-wing politician in the Gujarat-based Hindi drama Kai Po Che!  in 2013.

Watch The New Teaser Of Amitabh-Starrer Wazir

The film has Amitabh Bachchan playing a differently-disabled and he is supported by a star-studded cast – Farhan Akhtar, Aditi Rao Hyadri, Neil Nitin Mukesh, John Abraham and Manav Kaul.Penned by Vidhu Vinod Chopra and Abhijat Joshi, the film has camera cranked by Sanu John Varghese.Reportedly, Farhan Akhtar is playing an ATS officer in the film, which is produced by Vidhu Vinod Chopra.

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.

Kaatrin Mozhi Review: Tale of a Naughty-but-Chaste Jyotika Going Back To Work, Again

For a remake of a Bollywood film, Kaatrin Mozhi seems typical Radha Mohan material, the landscape populated with his people, the tale right up his alley – a family that grapples with change, or a situation so unique that it threatens to rend it asunder.Granted, the husband is sulkier, the wife guiltier, and the setting more dramatic than the original, but for the director, whose earlier film – the very judgmental 60 Vayadhu Maaniram – was about ‘unfeeling’ adult children who abandon parents in monsterly care facilities, the premise of Kaatrin Mozhi is liberal indeed.

The Looks And Names Of All Four ‘Queens’ Revealed

The character names and looks of Kajal Aggarwal, Tamannaah Bhatia, Parul Yadav and Manjima Mohan for the Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam remakes of Queen was unveiled on Tuesday. The Tamil remake, titled Paris Paris, is headlined by Kajal Aggarwal, directed by actor-filmmaker Ramesh Aravind and produced by Manu Kumaran under the banner Mediente International Films Ltd.

‘Ghoul’ Review: The Horrors Of Being Brave In A Dystopian Present

When Nida Rahim (Radhika Apte), an upright intelligence officer, tips off the government forces on her own father, a college lecturer who teaches his students ‘out of syllabus’ material on human rights and freedom, she ardently believes that she has reached the pinnacle of loyalty and patriotism.It tries to be the reflection of the Other India where activists and human rights lawyers are quietly picked up from their homes for vaguely defined crimes or sometimes without anything being told, by a government that also protects and empowers lynch mobs and forces the murder of the innocent in the name of caste, gender and religion.