Applause Entertainment, helmed by Sameer Nair, has roped in director Nagesh Kukunoor for the urban-political thriller titled “City of Dreams” about a feud within a family after an assassination attempt on a political figure.
While performing a stunt for “Junglee,” Vidyut Jammwal injured himself on the head, but despite that, he resumed shooting within a couple of hours and stated that an action star had the responsibility of performing his own stunts.
“Bharat,” which marks Salman Khan’s third collaboration with Ali Abbas Zafar, will be showcasing landmark events in India’s history with a set created in the Abu Dhabi desert to resemble the Indo-Pakistan border, and Khan sporting many looks from someone in his twenties to his sixties.
After a religious group in Rajasthan accused Kangana Ranaut’s production of misrepresentation of facts about Rani Laxmibai, the writer of “Manikarnika : The Queen of Jhansi,” K.V. Vijayendra “Bahubali” Prasad has assured everyone that there will be no such thing, as he holds the queen in such high reverence that he has even named his daughter Manikarnika.
Arjun Kapoor posted a picture from his prep for Vipul Amrutlal Shah’s “Namastey England” that has him “contemplating” if he should prep or deliver a spontaneous performance, and stating, “To rehearse or not to rehearse, that is the question.”
Sunny Leone has started shooting for her debut Telugu movie “Veeramadevi,” a period film with her as a warrior princess, in Chennai.
Junglee Pictures’ “Badhaai Ho” starring Ayushmann Khurrana and Sanya Malhotra, a coming-of-age story of a family as it grapples with some unexpected news, has gone on floors, and directing it is Amit Sharma, who has made over a thousand ad films.
On his television show with Karan Johar, director Rohit Shetty spoke about his days as a spot-boy, ironing Tabu’s sarees for “Haqeeqat” and doing the hair touch-up of Kajol, and the director stated that this was the reason he respected the humblest crew member.
Salman Khan is already all fired up to shoot the promo for his show “10 Ka Dum,” and as per reports, Khan will introduce the new season of the show that focuses more on audience participation than roping in celebrities.
Television (“Kumkum Bhagya” et al.) actress Mrunal Thakur, who has done the 2014 Marathi films “Surajya” and “Viti Dandu” as well, will be Hrithik Roshan’s leading lady in “Super 30.”
Latest buzz suggests that Alia Bhatt, after her break-up with Sidharth Malhotra, has now found Hike Messenger founder Kevin Mittal, son of billionaire entrepreneur Sunil Mittal, as the new man in her life.
Akshay Kumar is likely to be the face of the government’s road safety drive.
Prabhudheva will play a “buri atma” (evil spirit) in Karthik Subbaraj’s silent horror film “Mercury.”
Sriram Raghavan has handed over the script of “Badlapur 2” to producer Dinesh Vijan as per the buzz, and for obvious reasons, it will NOT star Varun Dhawan.
Oddball Motion Pictures has acquired the film rights to the Surgical Strike 2016 in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) written by defense journalist turned author Nitin A. Gokhale as the book, “Securing India the Modi Way: Pathankot, Surgical Strikes and More.”
Rohit Shetty’s highest grosser, “Golmaal Again” becomes the film with the highest viewership ratings in the year 2017-18 – the film was telecast on Jan. 26 at noon and Shetty has thanked family audiences who always patronize his films even in television.