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Banjo music review: Vishal-Shekhar pay a fitting tribute to the spirit of Mumbai for Riteish Deshmukh's musical drama!
Bollywoodlife.com

Banjo music review: Vishal-Shekhar pay a fitting tribute to th...

Riteish Deshmukh Personal Photos Nargis Fakhri is showing bikini love on her Greece vacation, see pics! Nargis Fakhri escapes to New York for a refreshing vacation, see pics! Nargis Fakhri Personal Photos The music is composed by ... Bollywoodlife.com, 3 weeks ago
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Prateik Babbar essays gay cricketer in adaptation of classic play

Prev By Suprita Mitter| Posted 58 minutes ago An adaptation that gives LB Hamilton's classic A Midnight Clear, a Mumbaiyya twist, with Bollywood actor Prateik Babbar as one of the leads portraying a gay IPL cricketer, opens next week A new ...
 Mid Day2 months ago
Financial Express

Banjo: Tedious, but brave jaunt

IANS In what could be seen as a breakthrough performance for the underrated Riteish Deshmukh with reservations, Banjo provides him a chance to play a street musician in the bustling egalitarian bylanes of Mumbai where water scarcity is seriously ...
 Qatar Tribune2 days ago Movie review banjo  SlideShare.net4 days ago Banjo movie review: tedious, but brave  Financial Express4 days ago 'Banjo': tedious, but brave  5 Dariya News - English4 days ago
ABP Live

'Banjo': tedious, but brave

By Subhash K. Jha Sep 24 (IANS): Film: 'Banjo'; Director: Ravi Jadhav; Starring: Riteish Deshmukh, Nargis Fakhri; Rating:*** In what could be seen as a breakthrough performance for the underrated Riteish Deshmukh with reservations, "Banjo" ...
 Daijiworldcom4 days ago 'Banjo': tedious, but brave (IANS Movie Review, Rating: ***)  Yahoo! India4 days ago Banjo: tedious, but brave (IANS Movie Review, Rating: ***)  Can India News4 days ago

Life can sometimes get lonely in this city: Manoj Bajpayee

Manoj Bajpayee, who hails from Belwa village in Bihar, went to Delhi when he was 17-years-old to apply at the National School Of Drama. After a few unnoticed roles, he played gangster Bhiku Mhatre in Ram Gopal Varma's Satya, and never looked back ...
 DNA India1 month ago
Times of India

Brett Lee lays conditions for his filmmakers

Former cricketer-turned-actor, Brett Lee was in the city for a few days to promote his upcoming film 'UnIndian'. Given his tight schedule, the Aussie incorporated as many media interaction as possible. However, a source revealed, he had one request.
 Times of India1 month ago
DNA India

I would love to work with my mother, Nadira: Prateik Babbar

In 2008, Prateik Babbar made a shy, unassuming debut in the movie Jaane Tu… Ya Jaane Na and was touted as the actor to look out for. Eight years and post a stint in rehab for substance abuse and a couple of flop films, the actor is all set to make ...
 DNA India2 months ago
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