Saif Ali Khan: I'd like to continue working in thrillers and comedies; we all should do what suits us
Mumbai: He can act and produce, but direction is not currently on Saif Ali Khan's mind as it's not an easy task, he says.
"Direction is a lot of hard work and you don't get money. Tomorrow, if I am not a star, I will get into it. It's an interesting job, but very difficult," Saif, who is currently busy promoting his film 'Happy Ending', told reporters here in a group interview.
Chennai: Filmmaker Ameer on Sunday urged superstar Rajinikanth to join politics as his fans want him to become chief minister.
Ameer was one of the chief guests invited for the audio launch of K.S. Ravi Kumar-directed Tamil actioner 'Lingaa' Sunday.
Kolkata: The timing for director Bijukumar Damodaran's double National Award-winning film 'Perariyathavar' ("Names Unknown") couldn't have been more perfect. Highlighting the "sensitive issue" of scavengers and garbage dumping, the film's theme has generated quite a buzz for its link to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Clean India campaign.
According to Biju, the team is "seriously thinking" of screening it for the leader though the connection is entirely coincidental.
Mumbai: After wrapping up the shoot of his upcoming bilingual release, actor R Madhavan is all set to shave his moustache and beard, which he had grown from quite a long time.
The 'Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein' actor took to Twitter to announce the same. "And it's a shooting wrap... Irrudhi Suttru (TAMIL) and Saala Khadoos (HINDI)... Shooting done. I am so going to miss my facial hair," Madhavan tweeted.
Chennai: Producer Rockline Venkatesh Sunday confirmed that Rajinikanth-starrer Tamil actioner "Lingaa" will release worldwide Dec 12 as a gift to the superstar's legion of fans on his 64th birthday.
Speaking at the film's audio launch, the producer told reporters: "'Lingaa' will be a birthday gift to Rajinikanth's fans. It will release on Dec 12".
Chennai: Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha, who is making her Tamil debut with 'Lingaa', said Sunday she's happy to be introduced as superstar Rajinikanth's heroine in an industry where she's just a newcomer.
"I'm a newcomer here. Not many people know me. But I'm happy being introduced as Rajinikanth's heroine," Sonakshi told reporters here.
IFFI Film Bazaar to analyse Marathi, Bengali, Punjabi and Malayalam cinema; bridging the gap between film financiers and filmmakers on the agenda
Panaji: In a major attraction for regional movie-makers, Film Bazaar to be held on the sidelines of International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa will conduct a trade analysis of cinemas of four Indian languages.
National Film Development Corporation (NFDC) annually holds the Film Bazaar, which would be kicked off this year on November 20 when IFFI starts here. "During the film bazaar, there will be trade analysis over four days of various regional cinemas - Marathi, Bengali, Punjabi and Malayalam - highlighting gap areas as well as
Hyderabad: Hyderabadi Biryani, Haleem and Pathar Ka Gosht (meat cooked on stone) are among the popular Deccani cuisines to be served to guests at the wedding of superstar Salman Khan's sister Arpita here on Tuesday.
Luxury heritage hotel Taj Falaknuma, located in old city, has been booked by Salman for two days and is all set to wear a special look for the gala ceremony for which invitees list includes some top Bollywood and Tollywood personalities.
Kolkata: Fans across India have expressed their undying love for Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan in diverse ways over the years. However, a Kolkata fan, with the star's name scripted across his torso and apparent medical issues, caught Big B's attention Saturday.
As Bachchan was busy shooting for Shoojit Sircar's "Piku" in north Kolkata during the day, hundreds of fans gathered there, prompting the actor to praise the city as the "most dedicated unit of humans that have unique abilities within, to cheer and win the hearts of us all".
'Lingaa' trailer: Rajinikanth fights goons on trains, gets felicitated by an elephant; Sonakshi Sinha plays a village belle
Breathe. The moment you all have been waiting for is finally here. The first Tamil, Telugu and Hindi trailers for Rajinikanth's upcoming film 'Lingaa' are finally here! The offical theatrical trailers, which showcases Rajinikanth doing death (and gravity) defying stunts, also features Anushka Shetty and Sonakshi Sinha.