Salman Khan Finally Says 'Will Never Marry'

Finally, Salman Khan has announced that he might never marry and will continue his life like he is living now. In a recent talk show, actor Salman Khan talked about his marriage and work plans and the star was sporting enough to tell everything frankly. While, Salman Khan's love affairs and his marriage plans have always been hot topics, the actor now stated that he might always be single. Salman Khan who is trending now for his latest release Kick, said that he would prefer to invest his time more towards social work through the initiative ‘Being Human', instead of getting married. The Kick actor added that he is planning to expand the activities of ‘Being Human' for the welfare of children. Regarding his work plans, Salman Khan clearly said that he has neither interest in politics nor in film direction and will keep his acting career going. Well, as Salman says in his latest film "No life is worth without a kick', we suppose marriage is not something that gives Sallu Bhai a ‘kick'.

Kick Movie Review

Cast:Salman Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Randeep Hooda, Nawazuddin Siddiqui 
Director: Sajid Nadiadwala 


To give the Devil his due, Kick isn’t half as bad as some of the Bollywood flicks that moviegoers have been subjected to in recent months. 

Kick is the Sajid Nadiadwala's debut as a director. Sajid is a seasoned producer of money-spinning potboilers. It is no different from the films that his banner usually bankrolls. 

Kick revels in excess, which, for a film of its kind, is not necessarily a drawback. It dishes out everything in abundance. 

Eye-catching foreign locations, elaborately mounted action sequences, flashy pyrotechnics and stunts straight out of Hollywood superhero movies, song and dance routines bunged in randomly for occasional relief and loads of Dabangg-style dialoguebaazi are all par for the course here. 

Take it or lump it. Kick delivers enough harmless lowbrow entertainment not to be dismissed as a complete waste of time for its target audience: the diehard fan of Salman Khan.

It is another matter that the screenplay, which is credited to a quartet of writers, including Chetan Bhagat, is a messy mish-mash that swims in layers of nothingness.

There is one thought that repeatedly flashes across this critic’s mind as sajid peddles his ware over a runtime of two and a half hours. Has our tolerance threshold been so dramatically raised by monstrosities of the Humshakals kind that Kick resembles a solid hit out of the park?

Or is it simply that one has such low expectations these days from star-driven movies that are pitched as surefire blockbusters that even a half decent action flick acquires the looks of a possible breakthrough?

No matter what conclusion one eventually draws, this over-the-top thriller about a messianic superhero (Salman Khan), a never-say-die super cop (Randeep Hooda) and a sniffing, smirking, scowling baddie (Nawazuddin Siddiqui in his first major mainstream movie outing) caught in a convoluted cat-and-mouse game that stretches from Delhi to Warsaw is pedestrian without being outright abysmal. 

The male protagonist, Chandni Chowk lad Devi Lal Singh, Devi to friends, is an altruistic and infallible rabble-rouser who seeks a kick from risky encounters.

Life has no meaning for the guy unless it is packed with drama, tension and action at every turn. 
Devi ensures the wedding of an intransigent lady MLA’s daughter (Sumona Chakravarti) with his Gujju childhood buddy (Kavin Dave).

Minutes later, he turns up at an eatery and reduces a bunch of eve-teasers to pulp after delivering a sermon to the other guests aimed at shaming them for doing nothing to save the girl in distress.
A psychiatrist, Shaina Mehra (Jacqueline Fernandez), a diplomat’s daughter who has winged it to Delhi purportedly for the wedding, is witness to Devi’s serial acts of heroism.

Predictably, she falls in love with the man despite listing him in her smartphone as “Headache”.
The hero has a dad (Mithun Chakraborty) and mom (Archana Puran Singh, seen in a single scene) who are as prone to obstreperous dramatics as him.

The ‘headache’ spreads quickly. It first affects Shaina’s dad (Saurabh Shukla), whose blood pressure shoots up to nearly fatal levels.

Then, as the plot progresses and thickens, the source of the headache becomes a prestige issue for upright police officer Himanshu Tyagi, a man who takes pride in his unblemished track record.

The third pillar of the film is an exploitative healthcare company owner Shiv Gajra, who uses his snazzy hospitals to squeeze people dry.

He makes his first appearance a little into the second half and comes up against the same masked Robin Hood that the cop is on the trail of.

The disguised crime-buster is obviously on a mission and he has to contend with both the law and the outlaw. If only he knew how to deal with a patchy screenplay his task would have been much simpler. 
On the acting front, there are three distinct styles on show in Kick.

The first is the Salman Khan style, in which the actor is regarded as truly successful only if he can overshadow the character he is playing. 

Does he pull it off? Salman is good at playing Salman. He does it again with aplomb. 

The second variety is the one that Randeep Hooda demonstrates. A talented actor, he knows his chops, and does not an ounce more than is needed in a film like Kick. He is none the worse for it.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui, despite being saddled with a weakly written character, shows blinding flashes of brilliance.

One expects the extraordinary from Kick only when Nawazuddin is on the screen. It is unfortunate for both the film and the audience that he isn’t on the screen often enough or long enough. 

Kick provides a kick only sporadically. For Salman Khan fans, that should be good enough.

Salman Khan teams up with Chhota Bheem for Kick

Superstar Salman Khan and director Sajid Nadiadwala are eagerly awaiting the Friday release of Kickand with Eid being Salman's lucky period, trade analysts have already predicted it to be a blockbuster. However, Salman is not being over-confident about the film and since the trailer release, he has been constantly promoting the film.

Now in order to attract the teens and kid fans, Salman has decided to join hands with the popular show 'Chhota Bheem' to boost up the entertainment quotient and to provide an action-filled experience. The team of Kick has collaborated with the popular kids channel POGO and they have decided to release a special presentation titled 'Bheem Aur Salman Ki Kick' for the TV viewing audience in a bid to promote the film. The 90 minute show will air on July 27, Sunday. While the presentation will have some hard core action punches of Salman, it will also reveal some new episodes of Chhota Bheem. As the two will be seen in engaged in a strong physical combat, the kids will also get a glimpse of Salman's stunts from his film Kick. However, this is not the first time Salman has promoted Kick on television. Previously, the actor has made appearances in reality shows like Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa and even the crime based fiction series CID. 

Salman Khan plays the character named 'Devil' in the film. Being Sajid Nadiadwala's directorial debut,Kick is also said to have high octane action that has been performed by Salman without a body double. Apart from Himesh Reshammiya composing music, Kick also has Salman crooning to the romantic number 'Hangover'. 

Kick will feature the Salman-Jacqueline pairing for the first time and also stars Randeep Hooda, Nawazuddin Siddiqui in prominent roles. Produced by Sajid Nadiadwala and UTV-Disney, the film is slated to release on July 25.
Source..bollywood hungama

Is Aamir Khan playing a drunkard in P.K.?

Amir lot of speculation around the title of the Rajkumar Hirani's P.K., the actual plot of the film seems to be out in the open. 
Aamir Khan starrer P.K. has been creating a lot of confusion over the title change. The film's title Peekay was changed to only two initials P.K. which seems to be the initials of a person's name.

The reason behind the name change seems to be simple. The makers did not want to give away the plot of the film as the first title suggested the film is about a drunkard which is supposed to be played by Aamir. 

According to the rumours, Raju wanted to keep the mystery around the film so he decided to camouflage it by changing the name of the film. 

After the success of the film 3 Idiots, Aamir Khan and Rajkumar Hirani have collaborated for the second time for the film set to release on December 19 this year.
Source..times of india

Amitabh Bachchan reveals first look for his film 'Shamitabh'

Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan has revealed the first look of his new film Shamitabh, directed by R Balki on Twitter. Well, to be fair, it's not much for the look of a film since all you can see in the photo is Amitabh Bachchan slouching on a chair. He has a beard uncannily similar to the one he had in Khuda Gawah and a scraggly mop of hair.

You also can't help but notice what looks like a black and white photo of Woody Allen in the background and a picture of the cover for HG Wells' War of The Worlds as well. Oh and on the right hand side, you can see Hannibal Lecter's famous quote, "A census taker once tried to test me. I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti." Though all you can see is the words " I ate his liver and fava beans."

If you are wondering what the word Shamitabh means, Bachchan has himself declared that it means nothing. He had tweeted out earlier, "#SHAMITABH ... THE TITLE OF MY NEW FILM WITH R BALKI.No.. the title #SHAMITABH does not have a particular meaning .. the reason for the name will be found in the film .. !!"

Image via Amitabh Bachchan's Twitter account.

This is Bachchan's third film with R Balki. The two had earlier teamed up for Cheeni Kum and Paa. Shamitabh will also see the debut of veteran actor Kamal Haasan's younger daughter Akshara Haasan. The film also stars Dhanush.

Bachchan also posted about the look of the film on his blog. He wrote, "...that be the pensiveness from 'Shamitabh'... It is getting exceedingly difficult to preserve a look for a film or occasion when we have millions of mobile cameras following us and immortalising us... Thank you."

Check out Bachchan's tweets below:
Source..first post

‘Gopala Gopala’ First Look Out on Krishna Janmashtami

Pawan Kalyan

Chennai — If all goes as planned, the first-look poster of the Telugu remake of Bollywood film "OMG: Oh My God," titled "Gopala Gopala," will be unveiled on the occasion of Krishna Janmashtami on Aug. 16.

The film is likely to hit theaters during Sankranti next year.

"Since the film features Lord Krishna in a prominent role, the makers believe releasing the first look on the auspicious day of Krishna Janmashtami will be a good sentiment. Nothing has been finalized yet, but the plan is to release it on Aug. 16," revealed a source from the film's unit.

Directed by Kishore Kumar Pardasany, the remake features Daggubati Venkatesh and Pawan Kalyan in the roles originally played by Paresh Rawal and Akshay Kumar, respectively.

Shriya Saran and Mithun Chakraborty will be seen essaying important roles.
Source..india west

First look of Priyanka, Ranveer and Farhan starrer Dil Dhadakne Do

Mumbai: The official look of Zoya Akhtar's multi-starrer Dil Dhadkne do is out today. Farhan Akhtar, Priyanka Chopra, Anushka Sharma, Ranveer Singh and Anil Kapoor shared the poster of the film on Twitter.

In the poster, they are seen relaxing on a cruise deck. "Yes, its a special cast indeed! You could even say that it's a 'JHA-CAST' !; Anil Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra, Anushka Sharma, Farhan Akhtar," Ranvir tweeted. Whereas Anushka tweeted, "Here it is! The awesome cast of #DilDhadakneDo."
Priyanka, who is sporting a tube top and white trouser in the poster, asked her fans to give their feedback. "A day of revelations... First Mary Komtrailer and now Dil Dhadakne Do poster! Tell me what you think!," she wrote.

The plot of the film revolves around a dysfunctional Punjabi family on a cruise trip. Shooting of the film's first schedule began on 17 May 17. The cast and crew filmed on a cruise deck throughout Europe, specifically in France, Spain, Tunisia and Italy for a month.
The film's last schedule will be shot in Mumbai.

Dil Dhadakne Do' is directed by Zoya Akhtar and produced by Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar. It is scheduled to release on 5 June, 2015.

Femina Miss India 2014 winners dazzle at Shree Raj Mahal Jewellers India Couture Week, in Delhi

(L-R) fbb Femina Miss India 2014 winners Jhataleka Malhotra (first runner-up), Koyal Rana (fbb Femina Miss India World 2014) and Gail DaSilva (second runner-up) at the Shree Raj Mahal Jewellers show

Swirling chilli red lehengas and glittering jewels with two sparkling, dusky showstoppers - body beautiful Bipasha Basu and Chitrangda Singh - gave a glittering end to the Shree Raj Mahal Jewellers India Couture Week in association with Logix group, presented by FDCI.

To the notes of Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend, immortalised by the buxom Marilyn Monroe in the 1953 film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, models who were front runners in the fashion business - from the lithe Aditi Gowitrikar to the dishy Muzammil Ibrahim - took the catwalk by the proverbial storm. The blingy diamond necklaces and emerald and ruby-studded earrings, along with elaborate gold chokers, displayed their fortitude against black sequinned gowns.

Then came the three-tiered ostentatious pearl necklaces worn with aplomb, teamed up with diamond hair jewellery and polki headturners, which were part of the Svara and Sondarya collection, in a show titled 'Parinay'.

The stunning, folding chandelier-laden set, conceptualised by Sumant Jaikrishnan, stole the show, as Sufi touches were added with Urdu verses to create an uber chic setting.

It was a fitting finale which had all the makings of an evening to remember, as it had the ingredients of mystique, brilliant jewels and statuesque models in couture's finest offerings.
Source..times of india.

Pawan Kalyan to play Krishna in Telugu remake of Oh My God

Actor Pawan Kalyan, who plays Lord Krishna in the Telugu remake of OMG: Oh My God titled Gopala Gopala, will be seen for 25 minutes in the film. He has already started shooting for the film.

While Pawan will be reprising Akshay Kumar's role from the original, actor Daggubati Venkatesh will step into the shoes of Paresh Rawal.

"Pawan started shooting from yesterday (Monday). His role is limited to 25 minutes in the film, but the scenes featuring him will be a laugh riot. Scenes between him and Venkatesh will definitely be loved by the audiences," said the film's director Kishore Kumar.

Venkatesh said he's excited to be sharing screen space with Pawan.

"I'm really looking forward to Gopala Gopala. Pawan and I are working together for the first time and I'm as excited about it as our fans. Both of us have some wonderful dialogues and I'm sure audiences are going to love it," Venkatesh had said earlier.

The film, which is expected to hit theatres during Sankranti 2015, also features Shriya Saran, Mithun Chakraborty and Murli Sharma in important roles. 
Source..hindustan times

Khoobsurat trailer: Sonam Kapoor's spin on Rekha's film

Sonam Kapoor

After the very stylish 'Aisha', Sonam Kapoor and Anil Kapoor Films Company Pvt. Ltd. are back for round two with 'Khoobsurat'. Although, she failed to create any magic in 'Bewakoofiyaan', Sonam is back hopefully with a bang with this movie. 

A remake of Hrishkesh Mukherjee's 'Khubsoorat' starring Rekha and Rakesh Roshan, the new version is directed by Shashank Ghosh and produced by Sonam's sister Rhea and father Anil Kapoor along with UTV.

The extremely strict Dina Pathak's family has been switched with a royal family in the film that has Dina Pathak's daughter Ratna Pathak as the matriarch. Pakistani actor Fawad Afzal Khan makes his debut opposite the spirited and zippy physiotherapist, Sonam Kapoor.

READ: Films to watch out for in 2014!

Actor turned politician Kirron Kher will be seen playing Sonam's mother in the film. From what the trailer suggests, the film promises to be a fun ride.

'Khoobsurat' will hit cinema screens on September 19.

WATCH: The trailer of Sonam Kapoor's film 'Khoobsurat' here 
Source..times of india

'Everything is for TRPs' - Salman Khan gives back to media photographers

At a recent ‘Kick event', Salman Khan gave back at media photographers... Giving his piece of mind on the recent issue of cameramen boycotting him, Salman lashed out saying that "We (actors) are not here because of the photographers. It's their (cameramen's) perception.

According to the ‘Dabangg’ superstar, all these (hype) are for the sake of TRPs.

It all started during a music event of ‘Kick’ last week, where the actor failed to pose for the photographers. It was also alleged that the actor and his security guards misbehaved with some media persons. Following this, the cameramen sought to boycott Salman Khan till his film ‘Kick’ releases on 25th July. The situation worsened when Salman brushed the whole issue episode lightly. While media blamed it on the star’s attitude, some celebrities took Salman’s side saying that photographers sometimes get too close and rough with actors at event.
Source..india glitz

Pics: Ranbir Kapoor wants to wed girlfriend Katrina Kaif soon

Is that what Katrina Kaif asked Ranbir Kapoor as her birthday gift? Ranbir has stated that marriage will happen sometime soon. Although both the Bollywood stars have remained tight-lipped about their rumored affair, but it is common knowledge in Bollywood circles that both the young actors are dating each other. They might not admit it but on numerous occasions have the couple been clicked together. Especially the image captured of the couple holidaying in Ibiza, Spain in which Katrina can be seen in a bikini frolicking around with Ranbir. Recently he was questioned about his marriage plans and his reply left a lot of tongues wagging. "Hopefully marriage will happen sometime soon. In fact, I am also getting old as I am already 31," Ranbir stated in reply to the question.
Source..sahara samay


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