With Rohit Shetty's 'Singham Returns' set to hit the Rs 100 crore mark soon, we thought we'd test your knowledge of the sequel. The film, which released last week, was greatly praised by Ajay Devgn's fans. So, if you're a fan of the series, in all probability, you must have already seen the film. Let's test your knowledge!
PS: Boss, if you haven't seen the film, don't take the quiz -- because, obviously the answers will come across as spoilers.
Mumbai: Composer AR Rahman doesn't favour the trend of using songs in the background because he feels it affects its popularity.
New Delhi: Sampooran Singh Kalra aka Gulzar started as a lyricist before turning into one of India's most original storyteller. Though he started as a song writer with 'Swami Vivekananda' but is name came into limelight after 'Kabuliwala' (1957).
The strength of Gulzar lies in his depiction of reality which seems to be a cross between the harsh, naked truth and a hypothetical state. A career of 14 years as a lyricist prompted the man to go for direction in 1971. His first film 'Mere Apne' was just a break even venture, but the critical appreciation it received inspired producers to go for the simple and hard hitting style of Gulzar.
Mumbai: Shah Rukh Khan says his life may be seen like an open book, but there is part about his personality that no one knows about.
"My life is like an open book, everywhere I go people see my picture, Twitter... everything...I am very happy that people think they know everything about me. But there is a side of me which people do not know about," said Shah Rukh during a group interview.
Mumbai: Rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh, who has been dubbed as the current singing sensation of Bollywood, says he is glad to have been accepted by the industry but his struggles have not ended yet as he tries to outdo himself every time.
"I am overwhelmed for whatever I have achieved so far. I give the credit to my mother and everyone who has helped me. I do four-five songs a year and I am glad they are liked. I don't think struggle ever gets over.. it will always be there," Honey said in an interview here.
Mumbai: Actress Bipasha Basu says that donning a bikini for a role is okay if you are fit and confident that you would look good in it.
"Wearing a bikini is not a big deal for me. If you are fit, you are going to look good. If it's a glamorous film, it will add to your glamour," said Bipasha in an interview.
Mumbai: The celebrities joined Krishna Janamashtami revelries by wishing fans and loved ones and remembering the popular song "Govinda aala re".
They took to Twitter to wish everyone:
Is Rohit Shetty bothered about his films' BO collection? Business is definitely important for survival, he says
Mumbai: What is Rohit Shetty's idea of romantic films? "Chennai Express", says the director and adds that as a filmmaker his priority is to make a film that entertains the masses and recovers money.
When asked why he doesn't make full-fledged romantic film, Shetty said: "When I try to make a romantic film, it turns out to be a 'Chennai Express'."
Mumbai: Darshan Kumar is a debutante and he is sharing the screen space with none other than Priyanka Chopra as her on-screen husband in his debut movie 'Mary Kom'. But he is confident to get noticed due to the importance of his character in the biopic.
Directed by Omung Kumar, the film on the Olympic bronze medallist boxer M.C. Mary Kom sees Priyanka in the title role. It is scheduled for a Sep 5 release.
Nimrat Kaur read over 400 scripts after 'The Lunchbox'? "A ridiculous number is floating on the internet. Don't know where it came from," she clarifies
New Delhi:'The Lunchbox' actress Nimrat Kaur, who is all set to debut on American series 'Homeland' as ISI agent Tasneem Kureshi, says she plays Claire Danes' nemesis on the show but is not sure whether she will share screen space with the Golden Globe-winning actress.
Danes has won three Emmy and four Golden Globe trophies for playing the lead role of CIA agent Carrie Mathison on the popular show.