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New York summer, Bollywood and an Indian American
Aseem Chhabra, a Bollywood lover who has lived in New York for over 30 years, narrates how he overcame his summer woes to watch Nikhil Advani’s gangster flick D-Day in a theatre across the......
Review: D-Day is a dream come tue
D-Day has all the right ingredients that make it a memorable film, writes Paloma Sharma.Director Nikhil Advani’s sixth venture, D-Day, is all quick, slick and risky. The film follows an......
Sooraj Pancholi to do a Salman Khan, will go shirtless in Hero
Sooraj Pancholi is getting ready to whip off his shirt for the climax of his Bollywood debut, the Hero remake, to be shot next month. The young actor apparently wants to do a......
'I sold my house, wife's jewellery to pursue acting'
Filmistaan actor Sharib Hashmi is enjoying his time in the limelight, thanks to the critical acclaim the film has received. He has already been signed for Nikhil Advani's next film, a......
Rishi Kapoor: No more villainous roles for me
Rishi Kapoor may have been flooded with negative roles since his superlative turn as baddie Rauf Lala in Karan Malhotra's Agneepath but the actor is not keen on defining his second acting stint......
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