Something wicked this way comes. They're mean, evil and intimidating. They would send Macbeth 's witches running for cover. Their cruel sneers, baritone voices and chilling gaze bring life to a movie. Villains are the backbone of every Bollywood ... NDTV, 6 days ago
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Mumbai: Two of Mahesh Bhatt's films Arth and Daddy have been adapted into the play format and the filmmaker feels this move will be a stimulus for the theatre industry. The adaptation of Arth, which starred Shabana Azmi, hit the stage in March.Odisha Samaya, 1 month ago Films adapted into plays Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 1 month ago Mahesh Bhatt speaks up on Pooja Bhatt's acting comeback in a play Times of India, 1 month ago Mahesh Bhatt: Adapting films into plays will boost theatre industry IBNLive India News, 1 month ago
The guardians of the young boy had frowned upon his venturing into the local library and rummaging among the musty books instead of studying hard for a bright career. The immigrants from Barisal could not be faulted for aspiring to seek stronger ...The Statesman, 1 month ago
Filmmaker JP Dutta gave a blockbuster film which showcased the incident which happened during the Battle of Longewala, in Rajashthan during the Indo-Pak war in 1971. Film had huge star cast with the actors like Sunil Shetty, Jackie Shroff, Sunny ...Oneindia, 1 month ago
In the 70s when the mainstream Bollywood was running on testosterone, Shyam Benegal was busy making a sense of estrogens. "Ankur", "Nishant" and "Manthan", all reflected on the state of woman in a patriarchal society but in "Bhumika" she was central ...The Hindu, 2 months ago
Mogambo's thundering laugh is carved in every movie buff's memory! Bollywood is seldom about restraint. Especially where the villain is concerned. Loud costumes, over-the-top get-ups, bombastic dialogues and a sinful smile underscored by the sound of an unmistakably vile glee are what distinguish him from the good guy. Bet you did a double take on hearing Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s hammy take on the beloved ‘muahahaha’ in upcoming Salman Khan action vehicle, Kick. We did too. On ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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