Let's just say that it looks like Anthony D'Souza has learned a few things since the disaster of Blue. (e.g. Cast guys like Danny Denzongpa and Mithun Chakraborthy in your film and not Zayed Khan.)
And speaking of: Let's take a minute to appreciate how awesome Danny Denzongpa is.
I remember in 80’s I was so fed up of the films I was doing. Those days every villain was a dacoit and I remember going on the sets where an actor called Tiwari was my henchmen and my den was a cave with lanterns. Next day I went on another set and I saw Tiwari again as my henchman, and the same lanterns. I asked myself what was I doing? I left Mumbai. I did lot of trekking and did not do films for a couple of years.
Bollywood Hungama has gone negative in it's coverage of Chennai Express. This is such a strange turn of events. I never thought I'd see first a) the critics turn on SRK and b) a press outlet to hype down the numbers of his film. I wonder if Chennai Express ended the media love-in for good or if this is just Hungama being on Team Balaji?
Meanwhile Firstpost has gone full retard on Chennai Express to the point of not having anything about Poorly Spelled Gangster Film 2, choosing to billboard Dhoom 3 coverage instead.
To be fair:
I CANNOT WAIT! Although considering my expectations are Dhoom 2 X Tashan X 1,000,000... OH YOU KNOW I'LL LOVE IT!
You may want to sit down and have a glass of cold water ready before clicking on these photos of Sonakshi.
(She is SO SASSY! I love her!!)
Oh, Akshay! I wonder--especially with Dimple in his life--how he really handles working with strong women.
You have also teamed up with Ekta Kapoor for the first time ever. To have a female for a producer was there any difference in the approach that you saw towards the film being made?
She is a specimen of a woman like I have never seen before. She swallows pressure like most people swallow their coffee - hot & instantly. She has done her family proud. Her decisions, her fighting spirit and her ability to stand strong amongst the shoulders of great men with such humility is endearing indeed. Her films are her babies and we all know; only a woman knows how to really nurture her babies!
I kind of like his traditional male brain twisting itself a narrative that makes sense to him. Ekta Kapoor is a badass producer; Ekta Kapoor is a woman. How do these things compute for men used to things being a certain way? Like this!
But, hey, a first step in changing old habits is a first step. Let's get these men used to working for women, no?
(And Vidya's doing a cameo in Poorly Spelled Gangster Movie Title 2?)
Why is Bollywood suddenly obsessed with Tamil Nadu? Madras Cafe is about the conflict in Sri Lanka, apparently.
"There are a lot of events that will come to life and we have presented it in a commercial way. Our youngsters don't know about what happened in the late 1980s and the early 1990s," added the actor, who is not only playing the lead role in the political thriller, but has also produced it.
The interest is something not everybody is happy about. I have to admit I got a kick out of the dig at Aamir... hey, alls's fair over Filmi Girl's, right?
Hmmm... Anushka Sharma to play a jazz singer in Bombay Velvet!
Wow! I feel patriotic and I'm not even Indian! HAPPY (EARLY) INDEPENDENCE DAY! From one former British colony to another!