There are spoilers ahead.
Priyanka Chopra does not look like MC Mary Kom. The prosthetic, the bad, broken Hindi and same hairdo don't help either. A fact that Chopra herself admits but is quick to add that she only tries to represent the boxer's spirit in the biopic. And the actress does manage to portray the world champion to a considerable amount.
Questions are being raised against Priyanka Chopra's look in 'Mary Kom', fuelling a debate whether a regional actor should have played the part.
The much-anticipated film 'Mary Kom' is set to release on Friday. While Priyanka Chopra or the film's no-show in Manipur is gathering a lot of attention, here's a look at the life and struggle of the real Mary Kom, something the film hopes to pack in.
Mumbai: Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor says she did not like going to school as she felt left out for being an average student.
The 33-year-old actress, who is UNICEF's celebrity advocate for education in India, said as a kid she would not get any attention from her teachers for not being a front bencher.
Mumbai: Four new witnesses called by industrialist Ness Wadia in connection with allegations levelled against him by actress Preity Zinta informed the Mumbai police that everything was "normal" between the two celebrities May 30 during a cricket match at the Wankhede Stadium.
These witnesses are Nicholas Chen, Saumitra Srivastava, Rustom Lawyer and his wife Gia, official sources said.
Based on boxer Mary Kom's life, when the movie's trailer was released, it got the tongues wagging on why Priyanka Chopra was not the right choice for Mary Kom's role and some Northeastern actress could have done justice to the character. And now that the movie releases tomorrow, time is to see how convincing PeeCee looks as Mary Kom.
No doubt Priyanka Chopra is one of the most versatile actresses in Bollywood and no one can question her acting credentials. And going by the trailer one can analyse that Mary Kom's biopic has all the potential to hit the right chord among audience.
I was apprehensive about playing Shahid Kapoor's mother in 'Haider'; Vishal Bhardwaj had a tough time convincing me: Tabu
The relationship between Shakespeare's tragic hero Hamlet and his mother Gertrude has always been a reason for discourse and debate among literature students and filmmakers. The haunted son, the seemingly apathetic mother, the struggle for power, have all been adapted on stage, in fiction and in films, over time.
Next month, the critically-acclaimed filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj is set to release the latest instalment in the Shakespearian trilogy, 'Haider', based on 'The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark'. His first two films, 'Maqbool' and 'Omkara' were based on 'Macbeth' and 'Othello' respectively.
Speaking to CNN-IBN Entertainment Editor Rajeev Masand, Bollywood actress Tabu talks about her upcoming film 'Haider'.
The actor, who turns 62 today, was quite a heartthrob back in the day. Much like his son Ranbir Kapoor.
With his designer stubble, penetrating gaze and sculpted jaw, Fawad Afzal Khan is difficult to miss in a crowded room. He is undoubtedly one of the most charming actors around whose female fan base is expanding by the day - but what is Fawad really like? Referred to as the sexiest Pakistani import in Bollywood, Fawad stole our hearts as Zaroon in 'Zindagi Gulzar Hai' and he's had us hooked ever since.
Fawad, who makes his Bollywood debut with 'Khoobsurat', is familiar with the impact his looks have left on his female supporters. In an exclusive interaction with IBNLive.com, Fawad tells us he is extremely flattered to know how much women adore him.