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FHM magazine has gone for the ultimate male fantasy hat-trick. After having the ubersensual Vidya Balan and the ever controversial Veena Malik don its cover topless, now they have roped in Leone to do the same for its May cover. A porn star, ex- Bigg Boss house inmate and now a Bollywood actress, Leone has made a splash on the May cover of the magazine in nothing but a transparent palin deep green sari, without a blouse, complete with Indian accessories and a bindi .
So far all of Yashraj Films from the time he launched his own production banner with Daag in 1973 have tried to opt for happy endings.
Now for the first time in Ishaqzaade a banner known for its feelgood films has gone for a decidedly and irrevocably dark ending.
Says a source, “Even when a film like Daag or Lamhehad the potential of ending tragically, Yashji swerved the plot at the penultimate moment away from darkness into the light. He loves to send the audience packing on a positive note.”
Apparently an alternative “happy” ending was kept ready, just in case the movers & shakers at Yashraj decided against a grim culmination.
Sharman Joshi is one man who is definitely having everything going his way. With many hit films tucked under his belt, all eyes are now set on his forthcomingFerrari Ki Sawaari, a film that has become the first Indian film to be shot at the Lord’s stadium in England.
Talking about the shooting experience, the film’s producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra said that they had a tough time securing the permission from the officials at the Lord’s stadium. He cited that the officials, who said no initially, granted them the permission when they sent their film’s script to them. Not just that, the said officials, who were initially giving them one room, saw their dedication towards their work and allowed them to shoot a few scenes at the Lords stadium.
For the uninitiated, Ferrari Ki Sawaari is a story of unconditional love between a father (Sharman Joshi), and his son’s dream to play cricket at the Lords stadium. The film is set to release on June 15.
They say that star kids always have it easy to attain their foothold in the industry. But with her debut film itself, the Dabangg babe Sonakshi Sinha has shown the world that, despite being a star daughter, it’s only the talent that matters at the end of the day. The buzz is that Sonakshi is now attempting every genre of acting that will make her a wholesome package! After the recent news about her doing an item number, there’s yet another news that’s doing the rounds that she has performed some of the action sequences herself in her next flick Rowdy Rathore.
Talking about her action role, this PYT said that she has done some action scenes in the film. As the regular ‘star-speak’ she immediately made it a point to say that she can’t reveal much, as the film is still in the process of editing
Besides this film, Sonakshi will play Akshay’s leading lady, in two back-to-back films, viz, Joker and the sequel of Once Upon A Time In Mumbai.
Mallika Sherawat is all set to add another feather to her cap. The actress will be unleashing her singing talent along with co-star Sonu Sood in her upcoming film Lucky Unlucky.
The song composed by Santokh Singh Dhaliwa will have Mallika crooning in her native language Haryanvi.
The movie will also have songs in Punjabi, Haryanvi, Telugu, Tamil and Marathi. Lucky Unlucky, directed by Afzal Rizvi, is a road movie and the music for the film will be in the languages of the cities that the characters of Mallika and Sonu would visit. The film also marks Sonu Sood’s debut as a producer.
She’s fast climbing up the ladder and making all the right moves. Sunny Leone who is currently shooting for Jism 2 is making headway in Bollywood. The adult star has reportedly signed on with none other than Ekta Kapoor for her next film which is the sequel toRagini MMS.
The film which will be a B-horror film will scare the audience while at the same time have them coming back for more. Apparently, the reason behind casting Sunny for the film is that the production team felt that she fits the role perfectly.
While the original film revolved around the video footage of Ragini and was loosely inspired from the real story of a girl from Delhi, the sequel will also be inspired by a real-life story. However, the scale of the sequel is much bigger than the first and will be much scarier, sexier and more sensuous. The shooting of the film will begin after Sunny finishes shooting for Jism 2.
It looks like Bangla bombshell Paoli Dam’s plans to seduce the nation into an orgasmic stupor with her never-before bold-and-brazen love-making act would now have to be content with a relatively tame visual treatment.
On Monday afternoon, Paoli’s ‘I-fu*k-with-those-who-fu*k-with me’ shock therapy in the film Hate Story got a bit of a jolt when the censor board ordered all the love-making scenes to be drastically reduced.
Speaking on the reduction of the sex content, Mr. J.P Singh, the CBFC (Censor Board Of Film Certifications)’s Regional Officer Mumbai, said, “All the love-making scenes, around 6 of them, were reduced by 50 percent and the film was given an ‘A’ certificate.”
Surprisingly, the hard-hitting dialogues have been left intact. Says Mr. Singh, “There was no cutting of the dialogues only visuals.”
While the Hate Story director Vivek Agnihotri said he was unaware of censorial developments as he was getting the prints ready, producer Vikram Bhatt seemed surprisingly gung-ho with the cuts.
Said Bhatt, “The censor board has been great. They’ve passed all the dialogues and only got us to cut the excesses in the love-making scenes. I’m extremely pleased with their progressive thinking.”
Bejoy really liked Monica’s performance in Dhobi Ghat and felt she was perfect for his film David. Monica has been paired opposite Neil Nitin Mukesh in the film.
Monica will start shooting for David in July. The film also stars south star Vikram, Vinay Virmani, Tabu and Isha Sharvani.
Director duo Abbas-Mustan’s multi-starrer thriller Race 2 will be released Jan 25 next year. The makers promise more grandeur and thrill in the movie, a sequel to the 2008 movie Race. “We felt it was just the right date to release our film,” producer Ramesh Taurani said in a
The multi-starrer thriller features Saif Ali Khan, John Abraham, Deepika Padukone, Jacqueline Fernandez, Anil Kapoor and Ameesha Patel.
“We shot for the second schedule from Jan 23 to Feb 24. It took off smoothly and the star cast has been accommodating throughout. We are very excited and hope to make Race 2 bigger and better than the original,” Taurani said.
Abbas Burmawalla of director duo Abbas-Mustan said: “Race 2 is in the same genre and will be made on a grand scale as the original. We will be shooting in Turkey and Cyprus next. The story has plenty of twists and turns, and every character will have gray shades.”
Bollywood actor Nikhil Dwivedi, who is gearing up for the release of his upcoming erotic thriller Hate Story, feels that the movie is India’s first Basic Instinct.
Hate Story, produced by Vikram Bhatt and starring Paoli Dam in the lead role and is already creating a lot of buzz with its explicit trailer.
Nikhil says it’s in the lines of the Hollywood film starring Sharon Stone in terms of boldness.
Hate Story”Had I not liked it I’d not have been part of it. First thing that came to my mind was, oh! it’s a Basic Instinct in India. I thought, why not be a part of India’s first erotic thriller? I have tried not to walk the trodden path. And this is an erotic thriller which is has been handled aesthetically,” Nikhil told PTI.
Directed by Vivek Agnihotri, the film also stars Gulshan Devaiah of Shaitan fame. It will hit the theatres on April 20.
“It (film) has pushed the envelope of depicting erotica or portraying sexuality in Indian films to the boundaries. I’m still gung-ho about the story and that is something the audience is going to look forward to. If the story is good they’ll like else they may not. But, at the end of the day it’s just a film,” he said.
Nikhil, who made his Bollywood debut in 2008 with My Name Is Anthony Gonsalves, said he was initially offered the role of co-star Gulshan Devaiah but turned it down as he is too shy to do intimate scenes on-screen.