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Meanwhile, after the best opening weekend of 2015 (46 crore) Walt Disney Pictures and UTV Motion Pictures' Remo Dsouza directed Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor and Prabhu Dheva starrer, ABCD- ANYBODY CAN DANCE 2, went on to establish the best opening week of the year as well.
As per the early estimations, ABCD 2 has netted 72 crore (to be validated) during the opening week from India, but will have to work hard to touch the century mark. The film is already a hit and will surely end up as the second biggest hit of the first half of the year, after TANU WEDS MANU RETURNS.
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Ask Shraddha if she'll take up roles which will have a mixture of both negative and positive and she says, "In EK VILLIAN, there was greyness in the film, HAIDER was half a grey film then AASHIQUI 2 was also half grey as in my hero was grey. My character has never been grey; she just had to deal with grey."
She then revealed, "I'll just say that may be you'll see me in that sooner rather than later."
We are waiting to see that side of you too, Shraddha!
Shraddha's upcoming films are ROCK ON 2 which stars Farhan Akhtar and BAAGHI which also stars Tiger Shroff.
A spokesperson from Shah Rukh Khan's Red Chillies Entertainment also confirmed, "There is a train sequence in the film DILWALE but it does not have any similarity to DDLJ's scene."
The spokesperson also adds, "In fact nothing will be taken from DDLJ. Both DILWALE and DDLJ are way different from each other. DILWALE is altogether a different venture from DDLJ."
Director Rohit Shetty also issued a statement on the same: "Yes, we have shot a sequence in the train but it is not a recreation of the DDLJ train sequence."
The film also stars Varun Dhawan, Kriti Sanon, Varun Sharma, Vinod Khanna and others. The music of the film will be composed by Pritam. DILWALE is scheduled for release on 18 December 2015.
When we caught up with Shraddha Kapoor for an interview, she revealed that she too would love to be a part of a biopic. She said, "Ya, I would like to do a biopic. But who?"
Further probe her if there is anybody specific in mind that she would love to do a biopic on and she says, "Parveen Babi had an interesting life. She was such a gorgeous women. She was also my neighbour. It was very sad when she died. It is so tragic when you are young and have fame, fortune, praise and everything and then you get lonely and be alone. That is very sad."
So, are the filmmakers listening? Shraddha is all set!
Oh Sonam Kapoor! Stop looking like a princess already. You make us go green with envy ;)
Back-to-back beauties Sonam and Kareena Kapoor Khan! 'Too' hot to handle!
Pretty in pink Jacqueline Fernandez. Also, can we please borrow those heels?
Handsome hunk Arjun Kapoor made it difficult to take our eyes off him in this attire!
Shraddha Kapoor in this dress is oh-so-sweet!
One of the color pictures on the stamp clicked by senior showbiz journalist Mr. Chaitanya Padukone (Dadasaheb Phalke Academy Award winner 2012 for film journalism) has Pancham-da striking a 'pose' on the synthesizers. Not many are aware, Chaitanya, who is otherwise an ardent RDB fan, had the privileged opportunity to attend dozens of Pancham da's song recordings, while taking his interviews at Film Center (Tardeo - in South Mumbai). The various candid interviews of RDB taken by Padukone were regularly published in a city tabloid newspaper in the '80s and '90s.
Recalls Chaitanya, "Way back in July 1983, I asked Pancham-da to pose on the drums-set and also on the keyboards at Film Center (Tardeo) during the background score of the film MAZDOOR. But the media-shy Panchamda was initially reluctant, as normally he did not play the keyboards at sittings, but preferred the desi harmonium. 'Mujhe thodi acting karni padegi,' he chuckled and also insisted then, that I should 'not' publish those photos along with his print-media interviews."
Then he posed again for Chaitanya's camera, on the digital recording mixer-console, which was eventually published with the newspaper-interviews. Now that the melody-wizard has left his indelible 'stamp' on the retro-music map of Bollywood, the postal stamp is indeed a token tribute to his musical legacy. Yeh to hona hi tha, right Pancham-da?
We wish we could say that you impress us Kriti Sanon...
NO - Huma Qureshi without make up and that dress is plain NO!
We somehow think that skirt doesn't match your denim top, Aditi Rao Hydari...
and we bring you another addition to Vidya Balan's fashion blunder...
Excuse us Neha Dhupia - but what's wrong with you? Why such a loose dress?
Mahesh Bhatt shared a photo of Alia clicking a selfie writing, "Mirror mirror on the wall who is the prettiest of them all? Ah my little baby Alia!!"
Yes sir, we couldn't agree more!
When asked if Bollywood ever speaks to the government in one voice, Karan Johar, one of the leading producers and directors of Bollywood, said that the industry has been speaking to the govt. in one voice. He was referring to the interactions the Indian Producers' Guild has had with the Information and Broadcasting Ministry in recent times.
He further added that there are some producers who don't make films and thus their voice does not really count. He was pointed out that he was creating a class divide within the industry ignoring completely the presence of other film associations like IMPPA, he said that matters like these should be talked about at forums like FICCI.
We asked QUEEN director Vikas Bahl what he thinks of this trend for other producers and he said, "It's really good that all the Khans have blocked those dates because we all need the money to come into the industry. It's because of the money that we get to make films like MASAAN. The good thing is that we have so many festivals in India and hopefully we will have more now like Mother's Day, Father's Day and we will keep on releasing more films. Hopefully Khans will not take away those festivals."
It's a good point of view, no? If the Khan films result in more good movies being made, then what's the harm?