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PIX: Alia, Sunny Leone party with Aamir
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PIX: Alia, Sunny Leone party with Aamir

After breaking records at the box office with its super successful run, it was time for team Dangal to celebrate! Producers Aamir Khan and Siddharth Roy Kapur hosted a grand party and invited their friends from the industry. After PK, Dangal is the Aamir's second film to cross the Rs 350 crore mark.   Alia Bhatt makes a pretty picture. Aamir Khan with daughter Ira and brother Faisal Khan. Sukanya Verma's review: Dangal is the perfect finish to 2016   The ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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Why is Sanjay Leela Bhansali being targeted?

'The film industry will remain soft targets and continue to be picked upon with no respite, with no choice but to give in due to personal safety and financial compulsions,' says director Suparn Verma. Director Sanjay Leela Bhansali was shooting his latest magnum opus Padmavati at a fort in Jaipur when a group called the Rajput Karni Sena barged in on the set and assaulted him, accusing Bhansali of distorting facts. According to this bunch, Ranveer Singh, who plays Allauddin Khilji, has ...
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2016: A year at the movies when India thumped Hindi

'2016 was the age of convenience for Hindi movies; of down pat effrontery and planned feeling triumphing over attempts to discern something complexly beautiful,' says Sreehari Nair. IMAGE: Ae Dil Hain Mushkil: 'The entire routine about unrequited love was Bleh, but moments of helplessness, like Ranbir's shivering breakdown outside Sharma's house, with her blank face conveying the hum that's going inside her, were almost unbearably fine.'   And then came the fall. Hindi movies of 2016 ...
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Sukanya Verma's BEST Hindi Films of 2016

Now that the worst is behind us, here's looking at the ones that subverted formula, explored new facets of romantic love, dug deeper into the anger and anxiety behind picture perfect portraits, focused on the courage and accomplishments of extraordinary individuals and condemned the deep-rooted misogyny of our society. In other words, my 10 favourite Hindi films of 2016 in no particular order:   1. Dangal 'Nitesh Tiwari invests a great deal of time and energy in telling the magnificent ...
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What we learned from Bollywood in 2016

Sukanya Verma lists the lessons Bollywood taught us this year. We've learned a great deal from Bollywood. How to cook, cycle, romance, study, play cricket, write letters, enjoy rains, you name it... 2016 was no less enlightening as its hottest stars unwittingly passed on a little wisdom through a series of good, bad and ugly revelations off screen.   How to NOT promote a film IMAGE: Salman Khan and Anushka Sharma at the launch of Sultan. Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar 'When I used to walk ...
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PIX: Sonam, Harshvardhan win at Sansui Stardust awards

The Sansui Colors Stardust awards saw Bollywood walk the red carpet in full glory. Here's a look at some of the pictures from the big night. Sonam Kapoor was the star of the night, with her film Neerja being a big winner. She bagged the Editor's Choice Best Actress award. Amitabh and Jaya Bachchan arrive with their bahu Aishwarya. The Big B won the Viewers Choice Best Actor (Male) while Aishwarya grabbed the Editor's Choice for Icon of the Year. Shah Rukh Khan bagged the Editors ...
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I don’t talk about my problems to anybody: Alia Bhatt

Being clear-cut in thoughts and execution is something the average millenial sorely lacks. Armed with an acute awareness of her own traits, Alia Bhatt is sure of her craft and the fact that being as young as she is, there are going to be people who ...
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Ranji round-up: 40 wickets fall inside 2 days as Baroda beat Bengal by 21 runs

A round-up of Ranji Trophy matches played across India on Tuesday IMAGE: Tamil Nadu captain Abhinav Mukund is dismissed by Punjab bowler Sandeep Sharma during the Ranji Trophy cricket match at VCA stadium in Nagpur on Tuesday. Photograph: PTI It was another Ranji Trophy match at Bansi Lal Stadium that turned out to be farcical contest as Baroda beat Bengal by 21 runs with 40 wickets falling well inside two days. Baroda went home happy defending a target of 155 as Bengal were all out for 133 ...
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