Film Industry

'Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2' maker Anees Bazmee to direct action comedy next
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Talking about the big ticket entertainer, the director said: "After the success of 'Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2', I want to give our audiences an even bigger dose of entertainment, and this time it will be a larger-than-life action comedy."
Kartik Aaryan ditches luxury, travels in economy class
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A video of Kartik has taken over the Internet, where the actor is seen travelling in economy class of the flight after attending an event in Jodhpur. In the clip, Kartik is seen meeting and greeting passengers on board. People are even seen clapping and praising him for her performance in his last release 'Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2', which turned out to be a blockbuster on the box-office.
Madhur Bhandarkar talks about why he chose to make 'Babli Bouncer'
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Talking about directing a subject like this, Bhandarkar says: "I am a very humorous person in real life. It's just that after 'Chandni Bar', people assumed that I love to do dark cinema. But when I got 'Babli Bouncer', I wanted to make a comedy, slice of life film."
'Mera Love Main' from R. Balki's 'Chup' picturised on a dancing Dulquer
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The song 'Mera Love Main' shot in a unique black and white video backdrop, sees Dulquer dancing to the first love song that expresses the feeling of loving one self. The song comes from music director Amit Trivedi, who has also crooned it and penned by lyricist Swanand Kirkire.
Controversial director Woody Allen says he'll retire after 50th film
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Woody Allen's final film is set in Paris and will be shot entirely in French in a couple of weeks. Allen described the film to be similar to 'Match Point'. It would be "exciting, dramatic and also very sinister." Allen recently wrote his fifth collection of humour pieces, 'Zero Gravity', which will be published on September 27 by Alianza in Spain. In the US, it was published by Arcade and distributed by Simon & Schuster, notes 'Variety'.
'Karoge yaad to..': The film journey of Bhupinder Singh
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But singer Bhupinder Singh, 82, who passed away on Monday at a Mumbai hospital, went on to produce along with his wife, Bangladeshi singer Mitali Mukherjee, several memorable songs including "Dil dhoondhta hai", "Do diwane shahr mein", "Naam gum jayega", "Karoge yaad to", "Meethe bol bole", "Kabhi kisi ko mukammal", "Kisi nazar ko tera intezaar aaj bhi", and "Ek akela is shehr mein". He was suffering from colon ailment and had a cardiac arrest.
'Doctor Strange 2' star Elizabeth Olsen on how Scarlett Johansson taught her to be a superhero
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However, Olsen, whose portrayal of the mystical Scarlet Witch has made her a consistent MCU fan favourite, says that no matter what Wanda goes through, she'll continue to defend the character, reports 'Variety'. "I remember people saying at the end of 'Wandavision'. 'She has no accountability'," Olsen told 'Variety' senior entertainment reporter Angelique Jackson on the red carpet at the 'Multiverse of Madness' premiere on Monday.
Shlok Sharma's 'Two Sisters and a Husband', India's official entry to Tribeca Film Festival
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The film is a messy, twisted and dingy tale of a family gone wrong. Shlok made his debut with the film 'Haraamkhor' featuring Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Shweta Tripathi. Talking about the selection of his film in the prestigious film festival, Shlok said, "It is such an honour to just be a part of a festival that has celebrated filmmakers on who's films we have literally grown upon. This is the best platform our film could have asked for. My Producer, Navin Shetty and I have dreamt of an opportunity like this.
Ilaiyaraaja wins Best Original Score at Amsterdam International Film Festival
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Producer Sir Marco Robinson shared the news on Twitter. He said, "We win best score for our film 'A beautiful breakup' with composer Ilaiyaraaja at the Amsterdam Film Festival. (The) award for Best Original Score. We are so happy!!! It is incredibly beautiful music." The film, which has as many as 30 original sound tracks of Ilaiyaraaja in it, has been bankrolled by a UK-based production house called A5 Natures Movies International and features debutants Krish and Matylda in the lead.
Vivek Agnihotri: 'The Kashmir Files' reflects stark reality of Pandits' exodus
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National Award-winning filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri, who is coming up with his new film 'The Kashmir Files' based on the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits that took place in 1990, says making a film in India that has a political statement is challenging but he is fearless.
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