It's been 20 glorious years since Rajkumar Santoshi's Andaz Apna Apna made a quite entry in cinema halls across India.It would go on achieve unprecedented cult classic status in the coming years and gain more and more fans, irrespective of their demographic. In the AAA fan universe, mouthing dialogues from the movie and reliving every comic situation is a way of life and anyone who hasn't watched the movie is supposed to be kept at an arms length.Consider yourself an AAA fan?Join film ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
This Friday will be a special day at the movies.Former top actresses and rivals Madhuri Dixit and Juhi Chawla will share screen space for the first time ever in Gulaab Gang, set to hit screens on March 7.How did the two actresses decide to take on their respective roles? Who was signed first?What locations was the film shot in?The point behind all these questions is, well, some more questions. Join film critic Sukanya Verma as she tests your knowledge on all things Gulaab Gang in her ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago Chat@3: Bollywood quiz with Sukanya Verma Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Aamir Khan is back... and, once again, he does not hold back the punches. What did you think of Episode 1, Season 2, of Satyamev Jayate? What is your opinion about how he handled the sensitive issue of rape? Should he have chosen another topic for his first episode? Does the show really help in changing our point of view, in making India a better society? Join Sukanya Verma as she discusses these issues right here, on ZaraBol, from 3-4 pm on March 3. Read her review of the episode here.Rediff.com, 1 month ago
It's the day of love! And what better way to celebrate it than test your knowledge on all things romantic AND filmi?So get down here at 4 pm today, as quiz master Sukanya Verma conducts a Valentine's Day special quiz! And there's more! You can win some exciting gift vouchers worth Rs 1000 from Rediff Shopping! Join Sukanya Verma for the Valentine's Day Rediff quiz from 4 pm to 5 pm on Friday, February 14, only on ZaraBol. Image: Imran Khan and Kareena Kapoor in Ek Main Ekk Tu. ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
What could have been a relevant crowd-pleaser with a little effort from Sohail Khan and his writers is mostly a tedious and overcrowded drivel that shamelessly depends on Salman Khan’s strapping charisma to tide them over, writes Sukanya Verma. You won't be able to get past the front gate, a portly lady warns a bunch of hoodlums. In Bollywood masalas, whenever elderly folk or smart-ass kids pop up from nowhere to caution the pompous villain, be sure to bump into Salman or Sunny just ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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