Amit Sahni Ki List is an endearing 'roam' com
Revolver Rani is funny and disturbing, Kangana is a hell’s angel that hits the bull’s eye
Go Goa Gone is only mildly scary, but it is often very, very funny. What works is its refusal to pull back and away from its chosen course.
Despite charming performances from Vidya & Farhan, this has nothing new to offer
Comedian Vir Das was heckled and assaulted by a burly man during a stage show in Gurgaon.
From food to music, stand-up comedian-actor Vir Das chooses something or the other to connect with his male co-actors because he feels bromance relies on their off-screen chemistry.
Stand-up comedian and actor Vir Das is looking forward to Punjabify the forthcoming International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) weekend and awards in Macau, along with his Santa Banta co-star Boman Irani.
Standup comedian and actor Vir Das will write and produce high concept comedies with filmmaker Nikhil Advani. He believes the genre is the "flavour of the season".
Shahid Kapoor and Farhan Akhtar generated peals of laughter with their comic act while Saif Ali Khan and Vir Das got their act together for the audience. Priyanka revealed why IIFA should actually be called PAIIFA and how it felt to be interviewing Kevin Spacey. Deepika Padukone literally made everyone green with envy. Let's take a look at what actually went on behind the scenes at the IIFA Awards.
Kangana Ranaut talks about Revolver Rani, her character and why she chose to do the film. Her co-star Vir Das reveals that there is not any 'good vs evil' battle in the movie as every guy is a bad guy.
On the heels of Kangana's Queen hitting the theatres, the first look of her upcoming film Revolver Rani has also released. The film, directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia, stars Vir Das opposite Kangana in what seems to be an action-comedy. The trailer introduces us to the antics of Kangana's character, Alka Singh, who seems much more at ease with guns and violence than she is with teddy bears and romance.
Here is the new song Babaji Ki Booty from the upcoming zomcom film Go Goa Gone featuring Kunal Khemu, Vir Das and Anand Tiwari. The film also features Saif Ali Khan and slated to release on May 10, 2013.
Bollywood actress Amrita Rao visited the Pratham NGO in Mumbai on June 19.
The sprinkling of Bollywood stardust in Tampa Bay is ever-increasing.
Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut promoted her upcoming movie Revolver Rani in Mumbai on Tuesday, April 22. In this picture, Kangana holds a gun to her director Sai Kabir's chest.
Shraddha Kapoor and Sidharth Malhotra, after tasting success in Aashiqui 2 and Hasee Toh Phasee respectively, share screen space in the upcoming movie Ek Villain.