The shoot of the upcoming Ram Gopal Varma’s film “Sarkar 3” looks like, might end ahead of schedule. As the lead actor of the film Amitabh Bachchan said the film might wrap up before the schedule; with which the fans are excited as they know exactly how soon the film is going to release.
This film is the third installment of the “Sarkar” franchise. This is one of the few franchises, that still has immense recall value amongst fans.
Eros took to their Twitter feed to announce the good news, and it revealed the film’s release date, that is on March 17, 2017.
— Eros Now (@ErosNow) November 25, 2016
Big B will return as Subhash Nagre, as he will continue the role of the intimidating political big shot. This film also features Jackie Shroff, Manoj Bajpayee, Ronit Roy, Yami Gautam and Amit Sadh sharing screen space with Big B.
Yami Gautam plays the role of Annu Karkare, who wants to take revenge on “Sarkar” for killing her father, and Manoj Bajpayee plays Govind Deshpande, a very cranky and slightly violent version of Arvind Kejriwal. Meanwhile, Jackie Shroff will be seen in a negative role in the film.
Sushmita Sen – Here’s Wishing The Gorgeous Lady A Happy Birthday
Sushmita Sen, a role model to many and a supermom to her children, turns a day older today and even at 43, she is one of the most beautiful women in the industry! Sushmita Sen, who was last seen in Nirbaak (2015,) has some truly brilliant movies to her name. On the occasion of her birthday, here’s taking a look at some of the most amazing performances the gorgeous lady has done in the past!
Directed by Kalpana Lajmi and based on Bhupen Hazarika’s novel The Prostitute and the Postman, Chingari was a memorable film. Remembered for the direction and the narrative style, Sushmita Sen’s performance as an exploited and abused sex worker was extremely memorable. What made this film so heart wrenching and true was the effective portrayal of how a man in a religious position can take advantage of people (especially women,) without being held accountable for his actions.
2. Biwi No.1
Directed by David Dhawan, Biwi No. 1 showed Sushmita Sen in a completely different light. A contrast to her role in Chingari, this particular film saw Sen playing the role of a supermodel! What made this movie stick so well with the audience was that people got to see a completely different side of Sen as compared to her previous films. Also featuring Anil Kapoor, Salman Khan and Karishma Kapoor in key roles, Biwi No.1 did really well at the box office and went so far as to help Sushmita Sen win the Filmfare Award for her brilliant performance.
An action thriller loosely based on Morgan Freeman’s Seven, Samay was one of the finest thriller films Bollywood saw. What makes this movie so much more special was that unlike the other romantic thrillers releasing around the time, there were no romantic tracks in this film. Furthermore, Sen completely stole the show by being the only lead! Things like this were a rarity in the industry and Sen created a wave of change in the industry.
4. Sirf Tum
Sirf Tum was one of the first films which gave Sushmita Sen major commercial success at the box office. A romantic drama at its roots, this movie saw Sen play the female lead to perfection. A remake of Ajith Kumar’s blockbuster of a movie, Kadhal Kottai, this Boney Kapoor production was one of the biggest box office successes when it released. With Sanjay Kumar and Salman Khan playing the male leads, Sen’s performance was so good, she was nominated for a Filmfare Award as well!
Another milestone in Sushmita Sen’s illustrious career, Filhaal saw Sen play an important role in a film which centered around the issue of surrogacy. Even though the movie had Tabu playing the other female lead, it didn’t stop Sen from shining bright like a diamond! Although this particular movie earned a lot of critical acclaim, its box office success was quite limited.
Through the years, Sushmita Sen has proved time and time again that she is one of the best actresses in the industry. As the lady grows a year older and wiser today, here’s wishing her a very happy birthday and continued success in the world of films!
Sweetheart, The Next Song From Kedarnath Is Here
Sweetheart, the second song from Kedarnath, just released and it is truly beautiful. Just like the recently released trailer, this song gives one an insight into the different scenes from the movie, giving an idea of what to expect from Sara Ali Khan’s and Sushant Singh Rajput’s next film.
Unlike the first song, Namo Namo (a devotional track,) this new song is all about fun, frolic and dancing. Filmed on the sets of a wedding, this song sees both Sara Ali Khan and Sushant Singh Rajput putting their best foot forward and dancing like there’s no tomorrow. Listen to Sweetheart here!
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— Sushant Singh Rajput (@itsSSR) November 15, 2018
Written by Amitabh Bhattacharya, sung by Devi Negi and lyrics by Amit Trivedi, this new song seems to have been picturised around Rajput’s sister’s wedding. Bright colours and peppy music make for the central crux of this particular song. With sharp features, Sara Ali Khan very closely resembles her mother Amrita Singh, while Sushant Singh Rajput seems completely at home!
Sara Ali Khan is making her grand Bollywood debut through Kedarnath and by the looks of all the teasers, trailers and the two songs, the movie is definitely going to be worth the wait. A love story set against the backdrop of the devastating Uttarakhand floods of 2013, Kedarnath seems to be quite a promising watch.
Directed by Abhishek Kapoor, Kedarnath was initially scheduled to hit the screens in June this year. However, the movie has now been shifted to hit the screens on the 7th of December this year. Stay tuned for more updates about Kedarnath!
Pihu Review And First Day Box Office Expectations
Director: Vinod Kapri
Cast: Myra Vishwakarma
The story of Pihu is based on the life of a two year old girl (Pihu,) trapped alone in a house and what happens when there are no adults around. The entire film centers around this little girl and shows us how the 2 year old survives on her own for the entire day without being connected to the rest of the world. With montages of a birthday party (Pihu’s birthday,) a cake and people chatting, the opening scene quickly dissolves into a serious one.
Pihu wakes up in the morning next to her mother, who is dead. With no father around and no adult in the house, the film immediately shifts to a scary story. With Pihu playing the lead, one gets a glimpse of what to expect from the movie. Navigating through the house, one sees how everything is unkempt, how every ordinary gadget is now a safety hazard.Kapri takes you through the different parts of the house, showing the disarray and the severe state of dysfunction of not just the house, but the family as well.
Right from the very first scene of the movie, one can see the movie is going to be fraught with tension and uncertainty. Everything in the house is a threat to this two year old girl and unfortunately, she has absolutely no access to the world outside. As a director, Kapri sets the scene right from the opening credits, with dialogues from the movie running over caricatures and childlike drawings.
A couple of years ago, Kapri’s first directorial, Trapped, showed the struggles of an adult trapped all by himself in a house for 24 hours. Pihu seems to follow a similar story line, without the drama and over the top action scenes. Using a two year old to bring to life a parent’s worst nightmare, Kapri brings to the fore everything parents do not want happening.
Although the movie is said to be based on a true incident, the film seems very similar to Kapri’s first directorial. Drawing parallels from the theme of Trapped. the underlying message talks about what happens when you are left alone for longer than you thought you should be left alone. While the attempt at making a film like this was commendable, Pihu would have worked better as a short film rather than a full fledged movie.
Kapri’s thriller has everything you could want from a perfect thriller. However, it lacks the special touch required to make it a truly brilliant movie. Myra Vishwakarma does a brilliant job as the two year old Pihu, with the camera work adding the right kind of effects. Watch the movie to find out what happens when a child is alone and helpless.
Watch These Movies With Your Children Today!
While a lot of Bollywood films are considered children friendly, there are not a lot made specifically for children. On a day like today, that celebrates children and the inner child in you, it is but fair to take a look at some truly beautiful movies made about and for children.
1. Stanley Ka Dabba
Amole Gupte debuted as a director with this amazing children centered film and boy, did he make a splash! Bringing together a beautiful story of school and lunch boxes, Stanley Ka Dabba was exactly the kind of movie needed to be made for people to revisit their childhood in all its glory. However, despite all the happy memories, the film has a subtle message to it and one really has to pay attention to the movie to understand the underlying point.
2. Raju Chacha
An Anil Devgn directorial, Raju Chacha had Ajay Devgn and Kajol playing the lead roles. Narrating the story of three kids who are trapped by a villain trying to steal their property after the death of their father, this movie was a keeper for the ages. A perfect medley of nostalgia, drama, suspense and thrill, Raju Chacha was a treat for sore eyes.
3. King Uncle
Directed by Rakesh Roshan, this movie talks about what happens when you let your guard down. Revolving around the story of a strict and controlling man (played by Jackie Shroff,) King Uncle shows how all one needs is a child to let go off all the things holding you back. A coming of age story, this Rakesh Roshan movie still gives one major family goals even though you have watched it multiple times.
4. Mr. India
Directed by Shekhar Kapur, Mr. India is perhaps extremely relevant even now. With clearly thought out villains, ghosts and superheroes, Mr. India was the perfect combination of fun, laughter, drama, tragedy and sadness. While all the characters played their parts brilliantly, the film would not be the success it was had it not been for the beautiful story line. If you are feeling particularly nostalgic about your childhood, watch the movie today!
5. Chachi 420
Directed by Kamal Haasan, Chachi 420 was an adaptation of the Hollywood super hit, Mrs. Doubtfire. Based on the story of a father going above and beyond to make things right with his daughter, Chachi 420 was one of the most heartwarming films made about the relationship between a father and his daughter. You know what to watch to take you down memory lane today!
6. Koi Mil Gaya
Another Rakesh Roshan directorial, Koi Mil Gaya was all about how you can excel if you have a protective hand making sure you are okay. Loosely drawing inspiration from Hollywood movies like ET, Koi Mil Gaya showed the beauty of acceptance and how one grows through adversities. Definitely a must watch film on a day like today!
7. Taare Zameen Par
Another film about accepting children despite their shortcomings and pitfalls, Taare Zameen Par was about accepting your child with both the negatives and the positives. This movie was Aamir Khan’s debut as a director and not many can bring to life a story like this with just the right amount of emotions and intensity. With a wonderful message at the end, Taare Zameen Par needed to be made and told with a loud and clear message. As parents, you should do all you can in your power to help your child grow, even if the child has problems you do not understand.
Here’s wishing all of you a very happy Children’s Day and if you have other movies you would like us to watch today, comment and let us know!
Wishing Juhi Chawla A Very Happy Birthday Through Her Songs
Juhi Chawla, the original Bubbly Girl of Bollywood, turns a year older and wiser and is now, more beautiful than she ever was. As the lady who made her grand Bollywood debut opposite none other than Aamir Khan, the Chocolate Boy of the country at that point, not many thought she would last long. However, through the years, the actress has time and time again proved she is not just a pretty face, but a true force of nature. Here’s celebrating the beautiful lady’s roles through the years by listening to some of her really famous songs.
1. Aye Mere Hamsfar from Qayamat Se Quayamat Tak (1988)
Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak was to the ’80s what Kuch Kuch Hota Hai was to the ’90s. Defining love and giving major goals to the people in their teens, this movie brought Juhi Chawla’s innocence to the screen in all its glory. A musical hit in every way possible, Aye Mere Humsafar was perhaps the most iconic song Juhi Chawla performed in, making a statement so strong, she made the Bollywood world sit up and take notice. Listen to the song here.
2. Ghoonghat Ki Aad Se Dilbar Ka from Hum Hai Rahi Pyaar Ke (1993)
Another Aamir Khan and Juhi Chawla classic, Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke was one of those iconic Bollywood movies that is now forever etched in the sands of time. What makes this film so much more memorable was because of Juhi Chawla’s brilliant performance. Not only that, the song Ghoonghat Ki Aad Se Dilbar Ka also had one of the best dance moves Chawla made during that period of her career. If you still have not listened to this masterpiece of a song even after all these years, you are definitely missing out.
3. Likha Hai Ye from Darr
Darr had everything coming together for a perfectly entertaining package. With tantalizing music, a script that kept one hooked to the very end and a cast that was spellbinding, to say the least, Chawla’s Darr was just sheer brilliance. To top it all, the fact it was a Yash Chopra film was just the perfect cherry on top of an already delicious cake. Further, the lyrics of this particular song are so captivating, one just can’t help but fall in love with the song. For those not in the know, here’s the song!
4. Ishq Hua from Ishq
That Aamir Khan’s and Juhi Chawla’s chemistry is amazing is an undeniable fact. To prove just this, their film Ishq was just the much needed balm on a hot day. Remember the magic created by these two brilliant actors in all their previous films? It was brought back to life in Ishq. What’s more, Ishq Hua was the track clinching everything together in a beautiful bundle.
For a long time, people loved watching Aamir Khan and Juhi Chawla on the big screen together. However, through the years, the actress grew to make room for another Khan (Shah Rukh Khan) next to her. Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani could be described as one of the best movies Shah Rukh Khan and Juhi Chawla worked on together. In fact, the title song of this film is so famous, people groove to its beats even after all these years! You know you have to listen to it here.
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