Friday, August 17, 2007

Bipasha Basu annoyed with Randeep Hooda

Randeep HoodaActress Bipasha Basu is getting very annoyed for someone whose she didn’t know few days ago. Bipasha give a clear statement to media which media turned a rumour that she has appreciated Randeep Hooda’s driving style. Bips denies it and criticize media also and again said that she isn’t brainsick why she applauds to a person who is driving a car so rashly.

According the incident Bipasha and John Abraham were shooting the film Goal directed by Vivek Agnihotri and just then Randeep Hooda entered in a car which he was driving in a hasty and foolhardy manner. Randeep has come to shoot for Nitin Desai’s movie Rang Rasiya. About the event Bipasha says for a couple of minutes they all were scared and surprise even till then all weren’t know about Randeep Hooda and she said to this incident that road is not a private property of anybody.

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Kaafila stops in Pakistan

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Bollywood super hero Sunny Deol’s upcoming movie Kaafila has lost a chance to shine at Pakistan’s cinemas. Pakistan Censor Board restricts the releasing of Kaafila in Pakistan. Annoyed Pak censor board considers that Kaafila have few aggressive scenes and dialogues for Pakistan and the film can hurt the people that is why they are just aware for it and don’t want to release of Kaafila. That is a big issue for the dignity of Pakistan.

Kaafila is a story about some illegal immigration in other countries. The film have a versatile star casts like Sunny Deol, Paramveer Singh, Ammtoje Mann, Sana Nawaz and new comer Monalisa also. Sunny Deol is already known for his anti Pakistani roles like in “Gadar: Ek Prem Katha” and “The Hero”. That is not first time when Pakistan government constraints the Indian films. The Producer Tony Sandhu reckons a conspiracy is working behind all these things by local producers of Pakistan and Pak censor board in under pressure by them.

Director Ammtoie Mann told that these activities will encourage the Piracy in Lollywood. Because if a most popular movie which people want to watch on the big screen and it's banned, which will force to people to go and buy the pirated DVD’s from the market. In its favor censor board denies all allegations and said if this occurs, Bhatt Camp’s movie “Awarapan” doesn’t release in Pakistan.

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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

60th Independence Day for Bollywood

30 states, 1618 languages, 6400 casts, 6 religion, 6 ethnic groups, 29 major festivals, and one country! Be Proud to be an Indian. We are celebrating 60th anniversary of our freedom Nation as well as our Indian Film Industry also has grown up with a liveliness of Independence and its change criteria. Bollywood has given many patriotic films to our Hindi Cinema.

On this Independence Day Yash Raj Flms Production’s new gift is Chak De India which released last week with a winning spirit of a women Hockey Team. It can be said that this film is a story about a national hockey team and their sacrifice for the Nation. The game for the nation not for individually purpose that’s the theme of this Shahrukh Khan starred movie. 17 Women hockey player are the best because this makes the film a women oriented subject based movie. Before this King Khan has performed in a patriotic film Swades directed by Ashutosh Govitrikar.

Last year Yash Raj Banner’s another patriotic movie Fanna hit at the Box office starring by superstars like Aamir Khan and Kajol. Fanna wasn’t basically a pure patriotic film. An indirect patriotism was in it which was mingled with a love story between a Kashmiri girl and a bewildered terrorist. A woman sacrifices her intense love for the nation. Sensational star Aamir Khan had been doing a lot of patriotic films such as: Sarfarosh, Lagaan, Mangal Pandey: the Rising, Rang De Basanti etc. All have a different face of Patriotism.

The great patriotic legend of hindi films Manoj Kumar is a mile stone star till then  because he interpreted which kind of love and sacrifice for the country on big screen that’s unforgettable  and engraved a portrait of Bharat.

There is a large scale variety of patriotic movies which has been changed with the time and situations and according to national circumstances. So nothing to be wonder, our Indian Cinema is also running in the main stream of love and passion for the Nation and will go on…………
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Tuesday, August 14, 2007

The King of Bollywood: SRK Biography

srk, shahrukh khanBollywood star SRK gets an honor by writing a book on him. Author Anupama Chopra has dedicated the book to this great human being of Hindi Cinema. This is a story about a middle class Muslim boy who came to this glamorous world of Mumbai from Delhi and broke up the insular and nepotistic world of Mumbai show business and originated as a sensational star. The book has a collection of SRK’s interviews received by direct sources and some of his exclusive photographs on his life achievements and events. It could be read in hindi also and other regional languages.

The author of “King of Bollywood” is the famous film critic and journalist for Indian Film Industry. She had been written various books on bollywood events and many articles for international publications like India Today, Variety and Sight & Sound, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and others.

The wife of Bollywood director Vidhu Vinod Chopra, Anupama has written on Bollywood stars since 1993. She has a great intensity to write about Indian Film Industry. Her first book was Sholey: The Making of a Classic published by Penguin-India in 2000. It won the prestigious National Award for the Best Book on Cinema. Last book was Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge (“The Bravehearted Will Take the Bride”) published by the British Film Institute in 2002.

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I want a National award: Sanjay Leela Bhansali

Bollywood Director Sanjay Leela Bhansali considers that actress Rani Mukherji also deserves the National Award for the best actress in Black. Recently the National Award for year 2005

  has been announced by the jury of members. According to this Bhansali’s Blockbuster movie Black won the three national awards for the best Hindi feature film, the best costume and the best actor award for Superstar Amitabh Bachchan.

Given an exclusive interview Bhansali says that he has no intension to point out or criticize the Jury’s decisions. But he feels actress Rani Mukherji has worth getting the best actress category award for her outstanding performance in the film Black in which she acted as a deaf, dumb and blind girl.

 On the issue of Sarika got best actress award for Parzania the intensive director said obviously Sarika is an excellent actress and give the fantastic performance in Parzania. But the portrayal of Michelle represents a neglected section of society and Rani played it very sensitively that is why he appreciates her. According to him nothing surprised, few years ago actress Jennifer Kapoor also couldn’t achieve the national award for 36 Chowringhee Lane. Rani's performance in "Black"is equivalent with Jennifer Kapoor in "36 Chowringhee Lane", Nargis in "Mother India" or Seema Biswas in "Bandit Queen".

Besides this Bhansali further told the media persons that he always keen to get the national award for best direction but he couldn’t. Unluckily neither his first films Khamoshi: The Musical, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, nor Devdas and recently for Black which achieved three national awards could not give him the national award for best direction.

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Monday, August 13, 2007

Urmila Matondkar as Chief Marshal

Urmila MatondkarSizzling actress Urmila Matondkar in her new role in real, she will represent the Indian Community parade in New Jersey as Chief Marshal. On the occasion of Independence Day this parade could attract the people because of its special chief guest. The Indian Community of New York celebrates this day every year in which many musical troops, marching bands and dancers take part.

This parade has been organized by the Indian Business Association (IBA) and the New Jersey Federation of Indian Associations. The IBA has sponsored this native function for last two years but this year it might be larger comparatively past years.

The Indian community's parade will go on Oaktree Road, an Indian shopping paradise in Edison/Iselin while the main in the New York-New Jersey area is held every year in Manhattan. Actress Bipasha Basu had been participated last year parade when she complained for misbehavior by the organizers. But the IBA remarked her that she was not very punctual for the parade.

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Sunday, August 12, 2007

Shyam Benegal receives Dada Saheb Phalke Award

Shyam  BenegalThe creative Filmmaker Shyam Benegal gets the honor - Dadasaheb Phalke Award 2005 for his great contribution to Indian Film Industry. Shyam Benegal has known as the most originative Director and maker who generate a number of superb movies to Hindi Cinema. Actually Benegal was recognized through his some biggest intensive movies like Ankur (1973), Nishant (1975), Manthan (1976) etc.The recent Award contains a Swarna Kamal, Rs2,00,000 cash and a shawl for every achiever personality.

Benegal has the membership of Rajyasabha and used to raise the social issues in his movies. His films consists raw material of our ethnical world. He is very conscious about his surroundings incidents in his films. Benegal’s  other gifted works are: Junoon and Kalyug with Shashi Kapoor, Mandi, Trikaal, Suraj Ka Satwaan Ghoda, Mammo, Sardari Begum, The Making of the Mahatma, Bhumika and Zubeida.

Shyam Benegal had been achieved the Prestigious Award Padama Shri (1976) and Padma Bhushan (1991) also. In 2005 he won the Nargis Dutt Award for the Best Feature Film on National Integration “Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero”. Besides his fabulous films, he had done couple of TV serials such as Yatra and Bharat Ek khoj and some of documentary films like "Child of The Streets", "Satyajit Ray" and "Nature Symphony". This former Ad filmmaker is also the founder of the Hyderabad Film Society. In the beginning of his career he came together with some talented stars such as: Shabana Azmi, Naseeruddin Shah, Om Puri, Smita Patil, Kulbhushan Kharbanda and Amrish Puri. from the FTII and NSD famous acting institutes.

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