Daily Archives: November 9, 2012

Bollywood box-office report of the week

Bollywood box-office report of the week With no major films listed for release this Friday, due to the ‘Diwali’ blockbusters, the attention shifts to the two Tuesday releases, Ajay Devgn’s SON OF SARDAAR and Shah Rukh Khan’s JAB TAK HAI JAAN. While both the films are likely to embark on a good start, SON OF

Timepass of the Year!

My Take on ‘Student of the Year’ RATING: 3/5 An Fun, Timepass Movie[Not at all Meant to be Taken Seriously at all]. A Purr-fectly Nice Outing with your Teenage Friends. Karan Johar does this Stuff Superbly… Like Barjatya’s in Modern Day World Mode[They themselves Failed with MPKDH] but No Beating Johar on this Terrain which

Race 2 Hot Posters and News

FIRST LOOK: Deepika Padukone, the seductress in Race 2 After Cocktail, Deepika Padukone will be seen in yet another sizzling avatar in the upcoming Abbas Mustan film Race 2. The actress looks hot and stunning in a white gown with an Angelina Jolie-esque slit on the thigh. The white gown contrasted with the bright scarlet

Aamir Khan to start Talaash promotion post Diwali

Indo-Asian News Service | Friday, November 09, 2012 (Mumbai ) Directed by Reema Kagti, Talaash, a thriller, has several highlights – it will see Aamir with two actresses Kareena Kapoor and Rani Mukerji, a factor which is not so common in his films.He is known for his meticulous planning and early promotion of his films,

Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 satellite rights sold for 25 crs?

Jigar Shah (MID-DAY; November 9, 2012)   Even before the release of the Deol family’s Yamla Pagla Deewana 2, the project has already raked in some impressive moolah. Sources say that the film’s satellite rights have been traded for Rs 25 crore.

Aamir Khan tries to oust Akshay Kumar

 The makers of Talaash have asked single screen owners to allow an uninterrupted two-week run to their film, which in turn will affect Akshay’s Khiladi 786 The Diwali battle between the makers of Son Of Sardar and Jab Tak Hai Jaan is hardly over, and a new set of filmmakers have already drawn out their