Welcome Back, which is scheduled for a worldwide release on September 4, will also mark the return of Shiney Ahuja. "He is a good actor and has done a good job in the film. On the first day of the shoot there seemed to be some kind of nervousness with him but he did not show that on his face," said the director
Warner Bros had originally dated the film for an October 21 release next year. The sci-fi adventure film, which stars the 45-year-old actor, marks veteran writer-producer Dean Devlin's debut as a director. Mr Devlin had teamed up with Roland Emmerich to produce 1996's Independence Day
The court has kept Mahmood Farooqui's bail plea pending and will decide on it after recording the evidence of the complainant who has been summoned on September 14. The filmmaker is in judicial custody since June 20 for allegedly raping the 35-year-old woman in an inebriated state after inviting her for dinner at his house
"I don't have anyone in my life as of now. I am single but I am not open to dating because I am committed to my films and roles. Relationship is a lot of work. I don't want to be unfair to someone," said Kangana
Produced by Rajshri Productions and directed by Sooraj Barjatya, Prem Ratan Dhan Payo marks Salman's return to a Barjatya film after 15 years. The duo last worked together in the 1999 film Hum Saath Saath Hain
"For me box office numbers alone don't mean success. Success to me means many things, being happy, satisfied. For an actor it should be mix of box office and critical acclaim," Saif said
The statement comes after an aid charity, Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), decided to take legal action against the film's producers, claiming that misrepresentation of the medical group can "harm its work in places where its access depends on a reputation for neutrality"
During a promotional event last week, Sooraj had said: "My name will always be associated with her and I have no guilt for that. I am happy that something at least stays with me. I am sad that she ended her life. But at least her name is with me and I have no problems with it"
Paul Greengrass, who directed Bournes Supremacy and Ultimatum, will direct and co-write the script with Christopher Rouse. Julia Stiles will return as Bourne's foe-turned-friend, while both Tommy Lee Jones and Alicia Vikander have been cast in unknown roles
The trailer begins with Alicia Vikander's character saying, "I was sure. He was so shy and mysterious." Then, the mystery is unveiled. "That fact is, I believe that I am a woman," Eddie's character is seen as saying in the trailer for the film, which is based on the true story of the successful artist
"Every film can't get a sequel. For example Dostana should not get a sequel because when the film released, homosexuality was a taboo. You made the film at that time, it was fine," said John
The Luther star has long been touted as the fans' choice to become the first black Bond. However for some, the reference to the Pacific Rim actor as "too street" by Anthony Horowitz was reportedly code for "too black"