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    Karwaan Box Office Collection: Irrfan Khan’s film manages to surpass Fanney Khan and Mulk

    Last Friday, three Bollywood films like Fanney Khan, Mulk and Karwaan released. Audiences were having huge expectations from these films but all of them somehow couldn’t manage to impress the audiences. Amid all, Karwaan comes as a surprise package as it has managed to surpass Anil Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Rajkummar Rao’s Fanney Khan and Rishi Kapoor, Taapsee Pannu starrer Mulk.

  • Problem lies within minds of those who have issues with ‘Mulk’: Taapsee Pannu

    Taapsee Pannu, who turned 31 on Wednesday, says her forthcoming film “Mulk” presents “true patriotism and nationalism” and those who are having problems with it need to have an open mind. “True patriotism and nationalism have been presented in this film, and if anyone has a problem with it, then their idea is probably diluted and they are not open-minded (enough) to see the point from the other side as well. Whoever

  • Not taking any political side with ‘Mulk’: Anubhav Sinha

    Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha, who deals with the alienation of Muslim community through the story of a family caught in a terror plot in Mulk”, says he is not taking a political stand with the film. The director is more interested in exploring the human side of the story through the film, which stars Rishi Kapoor and Taapsee Pannu in key roles.

  • My fiancee and I are getting married early next year: Prateik Babbar

    Mumbai: Actor Prateik Babbar, who has been struggling to find his bearings, is finally in a happy and peaceful space as he is all set to tie the knot with fiance Sanya Sagar. On the professional front Prateik’s cocaine-snorting bad boy act in the blockbuster “Baaghi 2” has got him back into the reckoning, although as he says a majority of his role was cut. Prateik now has Anubhav Sinha’s hard-hitting political

  • Rishi Kapoor wants an end to communal violence

    Rishi Kapoor, whose next film “Mulk” is about a family fighting for its honour in the court of law, says brotherhood is the need of the hour in the society. “Brotherhood is needed the most to end communal violence in India,” Rishi, who plays the head of a Muslim family in the Anubhav Sinha directorial, said. “If North Korea and America can solve their dispute, then why can’t India and Pakistan,” he

  • Taapsee Pannu’s reason to star in ‘Mulk’ will leave you speechless

    Taapsee Pannu is shooting for Sujoy Ghosh’s thriller Badla in Scotland which also stars Amitabh Bachchan. The Pink actress has been shooting for films back to back and has two films out for release within 3 weeks of each other. Soorma, which released this Friday, will see Taapsee play the character of Harpreet Kaur, an Indian field hockey player, opposite Diljit Dosanjh’s Sandeep Singh, whereas the Anubhav Sinha helmed courtroom drama, Mulk will see

  • Taapsee Pannu turns choreographer for ‘Mulk’

    Mumbai: Actress Taapsee Pannu has not just lent her acting prowess to “Mulk” but has also choreographed a song for the first time. The film’s director Anubhav Sinha says since the song was not meant to look like a professionally choreographed one, he wanted a fresh perspective and Taapsee did wonders.

  • Smita Patil and Raj Babbar’s son Pratiek Babbar will get engaged to girlfriend Sanya Sagar this month

    Prateik Babbar always wanted to play anti-national

    Prateik Babbar, who plays a misguided youth in the film “Mulk”, says he has always wanted to essay the role of an anti-national. “I have always wanted to essay the role of an anti-national. Playing grey comes easy to me but I had to learn a lot of new things to portray terrorism in the right light,” Prateik said.

  • Aila! Rishi Kapoor finally confirms he wants Ranbir to get married; here’s proof

    Bollywood is in tremors of constant heartbreaks due to celebrity link ups. One such that made headlines this year is Ranbir Kapoor’s love affair with Alia Bhatt. The Sanju actor’s dad Rishi Kapoor recently shared a post on Twitter raising curiosity on wedding bells for son Ranbir.