New Delhi: Vidyut Jamwal, who debuted in Bollywood with an action thriller 'Force', is back to break some bones yet again in an action drama 'Commando'. After receiving applauds for his act as an antagonist in 'Force', Vidyut will now be seen in the shoes of a hero.
'Commando' is the story of an Indian Army officer, who during a training session gets inside Chinese Border by mistake. He later returns to India and runs into a girl and helps her escape from the goons.
New Delhi: There have been many actors whose first film proved to be a smash hit but later they found it difficult to repeat the magic of their debut projects. Ayushmann Khurrana, who had a dream debut in 'Vicky Donor', would be hoping for another successful and acclaimed film in 'Nautanki Saala'.
Directed by Rohan Sippy, the film also stars Kunaal Roy Kapur, Pooja Salvi and Evelyn Sharma in important roles. The film features two friends Ram Parmar and Mandar Lele and how their friendship goes through different phases. They experience every vital emotion of their life via some strange incidents that take place while the two friends become real life actors.
Cast: Farooq Shaikh, Deepti Naval, Rakesh Bedi, Ravi Baswani, Saeed Jaffrey
Director: Sai Paranjpye
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Director Steven Spielberg
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Director: David Dhawan
Cast: Luke Kenny, Kirti Kulhari, Ashwin Mushran, Benjamin Gilani
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New Delhi: Director Sai Paranjpye's hugely acclaimed film, 'Chashme Buddoor' is set to hit the screen yet again after a span of three decades. The film about friendship and innocent love has achieved the cult status over the years. And, the original pair Deepti Naval and Farooque Sheikh is back with the original story.
The film features Farooq Sheikh, Deepti Naval, Rakesh Bedi and Ravi Baswani in lead roles. 'Chashme Buddoor' revolves around three friends and the drama in their life starts when they spot a sweet and hardworking salesgirl.
New Delhi: Ramsay Brothers contributed a lot in establishing horror as a sough after genre in the Hindi film industry, and they experimented with different versions of ghosts in their film. Though zombies were also a part of their films in different forms but they never based an entire film on the zombies only.
Now, Luke Kenny and Devaki Singh have come up with a proper zombie film, which stars Luke Kenny, Kirti Kulhari, Ashwin Mushran and Benjamin Gilani in pivotal roles.
New Delhi: Buddy films always strike a chord among cine goers. And Sai Paranjpye's 1981 'Chashme Buddoor' had all the right ingredients to make it to classic's list. Light hearted comedy, innocence of the lead pair made the film an unforgettable one.
Remaking a film which is still well etched in viewer's mind is always a risky thing. David Dhawan, the king of comedy film that ruled the roost in the 1990s, takes on Paranjpye's cult classic, changes a vowel- the new is called 'Chashme Baddoor'- and presents the story in a contemporary way.