Marathi film Sairat, that released last year and became massively successful, is all set for its Telugu and Tamil remake. The remakes will reportedly go on floors soon with the original director, Nagaraj Manjule, likely to helm them.
From Kushboo’s role in the Rajinikanth – Ranjith film to Prabhu Deva’s Indiana Jones role, a quick look at all things that’s making news in cinema today.I compliment women, is that wrong? ” – Twinkle very aptly replied, “‘Sexy’ is an acceptable compliment within a work environment only if she is a stripper and you are her pimp trying to boost her confidence before she takes the stage.
The rest of the film is about how Badri literally follows her around, kidnaps her (on one occasion, he even throws her in the boot of his car) and forcibly lands at her place – piss-drunk – to finally have her fall for him like nothing before.And the film, I’d heard, was all set to prove ‘women are equal to men’ – except for one tiny glitch: the terrific female lead falls for a spineless, Salman Khan-esque male lead.
Motta Shiva Ketta Shiva is produced by BR Choudhary of Super Good Films. The music has been composed by Amresh Ganesh; Praveen K L has handled the editing.The director, speaking to IANS about the movie, called it “a metropolitan film about the dreams of youth”. The film is also an example of hyperlink cinema that follows separate stories, and merges at one crucial point.
Karan Johar’s next production has temporarily been titled Get A Room, reports Deccan Chronicle. Unlike the ‘family dramas’ he is often associated with, the film will be a sex comedy directed by Sonam Nair, who had earlier directed Gippi (2013), a coming-of-age story of a teenage girl.
Actress Jacqueline Fernandez will play one of the heroines opposite Varun Dhawan in the upcoming film Judwaa -2. The film will be directed by Varun’s father David Dhawan. The film is produced by Sajid Nadiadwala, who has earlier worked with Jacqueline in his films like Kick and Housefull 3.
Late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, who shot to fame with Kai Po Che!, died by suicide in his home in Bandra, Mumbai, on the morning of June 14. His sudden demise has left the Indian film industry shaken and has paved the way for calling out prevailing nepotism in the industry, and sparked discussions about the importance of mental health.