Category: Entertainment

Hichki : Come Back of Rani Mukerji in Bollywood

Rani Mukerji has come back to the big screen after a gap of four years with the movie Hichki. Rani Mukerji is an Indian actress and has won several awards, including seven Filmfare Awards.  Rani’s fans in India have already booked tickets for the Hichki, and are extremely excited to see their favorite actress on the big screen after so long. The last movie of Rani’s MARDAANI and nominated for Film fare Award for Best Actress. In 2005, “BLACK” is the top-rated movie of Rani Mukharji, Directed by sanjay leela bhansali. One more famous movie of Rani’s HAM TUM lead...

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YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE – A HOLLYWOOD RATED MOVIE

British filmmaker Lynne Ramsay returns with this concise, poetic and violent drama in which Joaquin Phoenix plays a troubled US war veteran. With this impressionistic and often daringly enigmatic thriller taken from a short novel by Jonathan Ames, British filmmaker Lynne Ramsay is back on top form with a vengeance – quite literally, though that emotion is not hers but part of the story. ‘You Were Never Really Here’ centers on burly, big-bearded, taciturn hitman Joe, whom we encounter in the opening scene already carrying out a contract – though we never find out who’s the victim or what it’s all about....

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5 STARS WHO GOT INJURED WHILE SHOOTING

When we talk about hard work and dedication the best-suited examples for this kind of big words are our bollywood actor. They have awesome skills to face every situation while their shoots and film, and the basic reason behind this kind of behavior is: “THE SHOW MUST GO ON”. They play really larger than the live character on screen but apart from all they are human too and sometimes get the short end of the stick when it comes to set injuries. Here is the list of five actors who got injured during their shoots. 1. Ranveer Singh  It’s...

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CELEBRATING HOLI WITH DIFFERENT REGION ACROSS COUNTRY

The Holi festival is celebrated in multiple ways across the country. Several regions and towns have their own local culture on Holi. One of the greatest and most joyous festivals in India, Holi is celebrated with much fanfare by the Hindu community. The celebration of the occasion and the traditions related to its observance, however, vary from region to region in India. Here’s a glimpse of few: Lath Maar Holi of Barsana the Holi of Mathura has another very unique ritual called the Lath Maar Holi. The tradition takes on from the Holi of Lord Krishna’s time. Men from Nandgaon come...

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