Not too long ago, we had reported that RRR featuring Junior NTR and Ram Charan in lead roles will be a magnum opus for SS Rajamouli after Bahubali. Moreover, reports also asserted that the film is being made on a rather huge budget. While there were always rumours about the kind of money that is being spent on the sets etc. of this period drama, in a recent update, we hear that RRR will have an introduction scene that will cost crores and it will be of Junior NTR. Current reports have been speculating that SS Rajamouli has been planning an extensive introduction sequence for Junior NTR in the film RRR. Since we already know that the film revolves around freedom fighters Alluri Seetharamaraju and Komaram Bheem, reports have it that Rama Rao will be essaying the character of Bheem. And now...
Prabhas is all set for another multi-lingual film after Saaho and this time it is with Bollywood actress Pooja Hegde. The latter, who will be next seen in Maharshi with Mahesh Babu, recently had some interesting revelations to make, now that she has kicked off the shoot with the Bahubali star. And what generated curiousity is that Prabhas will once again return to a different era for this Radha Krishna Kumar film. If you don’t believe us, then let us tell you that these revelations were made by the leading lady Pooja Hegde herself in recent reports. She stated that the entire team of the Prabhas starrer has completed two schedules of the film and she will soon be resuming the next schedule. While she is excited for the same, she also mentioned that the film will be a never-seen-before ex
Priyanka Chopra is all set to collaborate with The Office star Mindy Kaling for a wedding film. The project is developed under Universal Pictures along Dan Groor. As this would be the first time Mindy and Priyanka will be coming together for an interesting project focused on desi wedding. Now, we hear that the film will be shot in India. As per reports, the film focuses on Indian wedding so the makers are thinking of locking unexplored locations in Rajasthan and Delhi as the two places beautiful capture the essence of India. It seems like a lavish villa in Ranthambore as caught everyone's attention. As of now, the makers are working on the screenplay which will be locked in my August. Post that, they will fly down to North India to do the recce. Mindy Kaling will be writing the screenpla...
Meghna Gulzar's directorial Chhapaak, which went on floors, last month, has finally wrapped up its Delhi schedule. In order to mark the wrap, the director recently shared an adorable picture with Deepika Padukone and the entire team. The film also stars Vikrant Massey as the male lead and Deepika Padukone will be paired with him for the first time. The actor too was seen shooting for the film in the capital along with the entire cast and crew. Now that they have wrapped up a major schedule, the team is excitedly looking forward for the next. Sharing her thoughts regarding the recent wrap up, Meghna Gulzar took to her social media handle to write about it saying, "Happily halfway done! Delhi schedule wrap for team #chhapaak @deepikapadukone@vikrantmassey87 @foxstarhindi " Happily halfwa
Kangana Ranaut is undoubtedly controversy’s favourite child. She is in the news yet again and this time for her upcoming film, Mental Hai Kya. The makers of this film recently released a poster depicting its leads Kangana and Rajkummar Rao holding on to the edge of a blade on their tongues. While there was a considerable curiosity about these quirky posters amongst the masses at large, The Indian Psychiatric Society did not appreciate the title or the posters. In a statement written to the Censor Board of Film Certification (CBFC) they have demanded that the makers change the title of the film because it offends those suffering from serious mental health issues. In the letter to CBFC they have written, “We take serious objections to the title of the movie which is discriminative, stigmat
This year we were introduced to Major Vihaan Singh Shergill played by Vicky Kaushal in Uri: The Surgical Strike directed by debutant Aditya Dhar and produced by Ronnie Screwvala. The film was based on September 18, 2016, attacks on the army headquarters in Uri, Kashmir, near the LoC. Four militants, along with 17 army personnel, were killed in the six-hour gun battle, following which, on September 29, India retaliated with a surgical strike. The trio is now reuniting for a period-war film that revolves around the mythological character of Ashwatthama, following the success of the true-life military action film; Vicky Kaushal will play the titular role in the yet-untitled film. “After Uri, the makers wanted to return with something big and interesting. Aditya has been working on this scri
Ace choreographer Bosco Leslie Martis recently announced his directorial debut, a Zee Studios in-house production. "As a choreographer, I wanted explore my skills in the dancing world by without trying to attempt a film on the lines of Step Up. So I came up with the concept of a dance-based horror-comedy. It sets the platform to create something magical," said Bosco who is working on the screenplay with a team of writers. He goes on to add that not many people globally are aware about the genre. “The only thing anybody can recollect is Michael Jackson’s music video, ‘Thriller’. We are still working on the film and will have something interesting to offer as the attempt is to create a unique experience for the audience,” he informed. India's first dance-horror with dollops of comedy, the
Shah Rukh Khan is currently in China, as a guest of honour at the 9th Beijing International Film Festival. His last release Zero is being showcased there and he will be speaking on the behalf of the Indian cinema fraternity at a panel. He spoke to a leading television channel in China on the occasion of this and opened up quite a bit about Zero failure and even reasoned it out to the Chinese audience. He told the channel,” Unfortunately Zero itself wasn't received too well back home in India, maybe I made the wrong film, maybe I did not do the right storytelling so I am a little wary how it will be received here and I hope people here will like it." SRK will headline the prestigious Beijing International Film Festival (BIFF) which commenced on April 13. His last release Zero is among the
After a spate of successful horror films like Stree, Pari and content like Ghoul being lapped up by the audience, Crescendo Music and Films have joined hands with KSM film productions to produce India’s first teen thriller titled 1978 directed by Aziz Zee. The film, comprising of an all-new ensemble cast, promises to be a fast pace and racy affair with music being one of the highlights. A source close to the film adds that most actors have sung their own song, “While scouting for actors, Suresh Thomas of Crescendo music discovered that most of the actors were good singers as well and it was decided that they’d all sing their own lines in the film. This is probably the first time that all actors have given playback for themselves in a feature film” Talking about 1978, Kunal Malla of KSM f
Vicky Kaushal is all set and raring to go with his career. He is the latest young promising actor in the industry who is on his way to super stardom. The year belonged to Vicky who ROCKED the box office with movies like Sanju, Raazi, Uri: The Surgical Strike. Now, he is onboard Karan Johar’s grand Takht in which he will be seen playing a Mughal emperor alongside enviable cast of Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt, Kareena Kapoor, Janhvi Kapoor, Bhumi Pednekar. According to the latest updates, he has been roped in for one more project by Aditya Dhar! Uri director Dhar is planning to make a well mounted film based on this interesting character from Mahabharata, Ashwatthama. The character has been deemed to be immortal and is said to be immune from hunger, thirst and even fatigue. He played a key ro