Friday, September 30, 2011

Bollywood Bomb Bipasha Basu getting married

As per rumours ‘Item’ bomb Bipasha basu is decided to get married soon. Sexy beauty is planning to marry. Rumours are saying that Bipasha basu and her 'Dum Maro Dum' co-star Rana Dagubatti are preparing for their marriage.

They met each other on 'Dum Maro Dum' set and since then they are very close to each other. They are appearing together in parties and bollywood award functions nowadays.

Monday, September 26, 2011

Shooting of Bond movie shifted to South Africa from India

Movie bosses were planned to use India’s heavy crowded railway system for an untitled new Bond epic. It was planned that to shoot a big stunt using a crowded Indian rail. But they failed to get the permission from the chief of Indian railway board.

And now they chosen South Africa instead of India to that stunt as reported from India’s top daily.

Railway Minister of India Dinesh Trivedi tells to publication, “Safety of the people is very important to us. If something wrong happened, we can’t answer to the public and media.”

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Jackman smashed wwe wrestler

Wwe super wrestler Dolph Ziggler is now admitted in hospital. Do you know why? Jackman hospitalized him with "hairline mandibular fracture" during a fight seen shooting on Monday (19sep11).

This was a guest host program by Jackman to promote his new robot boxing film and he surprised wwe fans by jumping into the ring to kick a punch at celebrity fighter Dolph Ziggler.

But after that only he came to know that he has done some damage to Dolph Ziggler.

Jackman tells, "This was scripted that I go for a punch but just before we went on, Dolph was yelling at me, 'You hit me man!’, On rehearsal I said, 'I’d like to do it, but from past 21 yrs I am pulling punches to not to hit, I try to make it to look real but not to hit. But it happened by accident, I am sorry for that”.

Friday, September 16, 2011

AVATAR - Best creativity from Hollywood

Any lingering suspicions that James Cameron has become the Al Gore of Hollywood will be firmly extinguished by his new, monstrously-hyped creation. For a while, it looked like he was giving us a reasonably sweet-natured blockbuster, suggesting that the natural world has, like, the power to heal us all, or something. Then Cameron sends in the helicopter gunships and starts blowing shit up, big time. Way to undermine your own message.

Avatar, for anyone who's had their head in the sand for the last few months, is the first film in over a decade from the man behind Titanic, still the all-time box-office champ. The success of that film presumably allowed Cameron to write his own cheques for this one, and it's a project that's been stewing on the back burner for at least as long, waiting for the special-effects industry to catch up.

And whatever the truth behind the rumoured hundreds of millions spent on it, Cameron certainly gives Hollywood a lot of bang for its buck. Avatar, in all conscience, looks fantastic – a near-seamless melding of fantasy extraterrestrial landscapes and cutting edge computer-generated imagery, all inserted beautifully into the high-testosterone camerawork which Cameron has made his specialty.

But what is this highest-of-high-end image-making aimed at? Cameron has constructed a fable that combines militarist sci-fi, alarmingly vacuous eco-waffle and an intra-species love story that is presumably designed to cover all the bases. The central character is one Jake Sully (Sam Worthington), a paraplegic marine who is assigned to a mining colony on the alien world of Pandora, where he joins a band of nerdy scientists trying to establish friendly relations with the locals; this they hope to achieve by fusing their brains with specially developed beings (the "avatars" of the title) that are a blend of human and alien DNA.

The locals turn out to be spindly blue 10-foot humanoids with distractingly twitchy ears – suggestions that Avatar is somehow channelling Ferngully are not all that wide of the mark. Sully quickly falls for the non-specific mystical rabbitings of the tribe, involving memory-harbouring trees, intimate relationships with flying lizards, and other such prog-rock-influenced stylings. It really is like a Yes album cover come to life.

Sully's position is made considerably more tricky by the genocidal glee of his human military commander, who – in a plot move shamelessly similar to Cameron's earlier film, Aliens – is prepared to cause mass casualties in the service of the sleazy mining-corporation executive.

There are heavy-handed attempts to implant contemporary references (at one point, the marines are told to fight "terror with terror"), but there's no mistaking what Avatar is taking aim at: the founding myth of America, and the incursions of European colonists into indigenous civilisations. The Na'vi, the tribe with whom Sully fetches up, are a sort of grab-bag of generic tribal characteristics – a little bit African, a little bit Amerindian, the equivalent of one of those worldbeat restaurants that serve up teriyaki tortilla and the like.

To his credit, Cameron is a skilful narrative organiser, and fairly soon he has you rooting for the aliens, not those pesky human invaders. (This may not be the most tasteful approach though, to use on an American audience that still doesn't appear to feel especially guilty about what happened to the indigenous people on their own continent.)

Be that as it may, Avatar tries to have it both ways, to be preachy and a thrill-ride at the same time. I can't in all honesty say it pulls it off – it's baggy, longwinded and, for all the light-speed imagery, just not quick on its feet. Cameron used to be the tautest film-maker around, but he just got slack.

And it is one of the best creativity of the Hollywood. Hope we get another good creativity from hollywood soon.

Sunday, July 6, 2008

Love Story 2050 Review

It’s a beautiful dream for those who love living in the dreamlands only; but what about the audience who are quite bored with repetitive Bollywoody love stories! Karan Oberoi (Harman Baweja) is the only son of famed businessman Mr. Oberoi (Dalip Tahil). Karan is not happy with his father as because his father is more interested in cars, business and achievement than his only son. Being very lonely and having the thought in mind that his unfortunate accidents would bring no loss to anyone, Karan always prefers to play with danger. In the course of the mundane story, Karan meets Sana (Priyanka Chorpa) and for obvious reasons (love, I mean to say) they decide on getting married. And here comes the twist. Sana meets an accident and she dies leaving Karan all alone.

On the other hand the Love Story has Karan’s uncle, Dr. Yatinder Khanna (Boman Irani), who by profession is a scientist. Dr. Khanna has been working on a time machine for last fifteen years so that he can poke into the future to how the things will change (obviously).

Karan meets Dr. Khanna and recapping Sana’s dream about entering the year 2050, they go to the year 2050 with the time machine. Entering the future Karan comes to know that Sana is now the best rock-star of the world living in Mumbai and is named as Zaisha. Ultimately Karan succeeds in getting his love, Sana alias Zaisha, back to the present with the help of QUTY and BOO, two robotic dolls taking care of Zaisha.

Harry Baweja has beautifully taken care of direction as well as the story but at some places the story becomes little slow. Music and lyrics of the film looks nice but at the same time it appears little difficult to say that songs will look something like that with flying cars in the year 2050. Priyanka has worked well in accordance with her character. Whether Harman’s resemblance with Hrithik is a bane or boon is a quiz immaterial but his impact on the screen is quite impressive. Boman Irani has depicted his character quite well. Archana Puran Singh looks good in her character of Priyanka’s mother.

The first part of the film is based on the love story between Priyanka and Harman and the funny thing is the second part of the film is also based on their love story. The only difference is the second part happens in the year 2050.

Is Kunal Kapoor Sonam's new 'Saawariya'?

Bollywood affairs seem to be the most in thing so why should Sonam Kapoor stay behind, after her heart break with Ranbir Kapoor the young actress has moved on. Sonam who is currently shooting for ‘Dilli 6’ is very pally with director Rakesyh Om Prakash Mehra and he introduced her to his 'Rang De Basanti' star Kunal Kapoor.

Insiders from the sets say Kunal Kapoor frequently visits the sets and shares a special bond with Sonam, the two keep chatting for hours. Stories about their romance stirred up when Kunal started picking up Sonam after her shoots and the two would sneak out for a romantic drive or dinner. Kunal recently broke with actress Dia Mirza and Sonam too is trying to look for love after Ranbir, so the rebound couple has bonded well, so could they be the next Bollywood 'Saawariya' pair.

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

New RACE in bollywood (Movie Review)

‘Race’ is the latest offering of the ace Bollywood director duo Abbas-Mustan, well known for adventure stories such as Humraaz, Khiladi and Baazigar. The pair finally does a movie with Saif Ali khan after a long time gap of 6 years. This fantastic “jodi” has already proved it over the years that nobody can thrash them when it comes to the thriller genre.

Featuring Saif Ali Khan, Akshaye Khanna, Anil Kapoor, Bipasha Basu, Katrina Kaif, Sameera Reddy, the latest thriller ‘Race’ is full of surprising twists and turns, that keep viewers saying ‘oh’ and reanalyzing the whole thing so that bits and pieces of the story fill into form the collage known as ‘Race’.

The story of the film goes like this: The movie revolves around two step brothers Ranbir (Saif Ali Khan) & Rajeev (Akshaye Khanna) owing stud farm in Durban, South Africa. They breed horses on their big ranch house & bet on them. Each one (brothers) have an insurance policy of $100 million to their name. Both of them make plan to kill each other for the money and helping them in their hair brain plans are Sonia (Bipasha Basu) and Sophia (Katrina Kaif).

Sophia is Ranvir’s personal secretary, and she loves her boss. Ranvir is totally ignorant of her emotion and regards her love as her competence. Sonia is an approaching Indian ramp model in Durban.

After the murder, Anil Kapoor (detective RD) and his dim-witted assistant Mini (Sameera Reddy) enter to investigate the mysterious death.

The first half of the movie is spellbinding, when the characters are introduced and their murky sides exposed. This half leaves many open ends that are finally unraveled in the end. The film also takes many snaky turns and passes through many surprising bends, a few of them are rational whereas others are deliberately contrived to surprise the watcher.

Cinematography by Ravi Yadav, editing by Hussain Burmawala’s and dialogues by Anuraag Prapanna, Jitendra Parmar are really fantastic.

Two more driving forces of the movie include Pritam’s music and Allan Amin’s stunts, which really matches the title of the movie. The music is loud and rocking and suits the mood of the film.