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    Pulkit Samrat gets spammed!

    Being one of the hottest poster boys of new-age cinema, one would imagine that Pulkit Samrat has a huge female fan following. But recent turn of events reveal that the talented actor has attention from the men too.

  • Veerey Ki Wedding: Review, Cast and Director

    Here’s yet another loud, boisterous Punjabi film masquerading as a Hindi one, with titular wedding intentions and little else within. The music obviously is a mix and match with Punjabi folk tunes jazzed up in English allure and the direction is largely a let it all out bhangra with no story to tell in real terms.

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    Veere Ki Wedding review: Another wedding-wali romcom

    There are two brothers played by the talented duo Jimmy Sheirgill and Pulkit Samratm who keep knocking into an assortment of girls from Haryana and Delhi as they plough along a plot that pulsates a populated energy. That in a nutshell, is ‘Veere Ki Wedding’ (VKW) one more film about a shaadi, a baraati and other challenges that man faces when wooing a woman.

  • Richa Chadha: Government doesn't give importance to cinema business

    Richa Chadha: I sign films based on their potential

    Mumbai: Actress Richa Chadha says she signs film based on the merit of the story. Richa is known for featuring in critically acclaimed films like “Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!”, “Gangs of Wasseypur”, “Masaan” and “Sarbjit”. Most of her films even did well at the box office, barring a few like “Jia Aur Jia”.

  • From television to films, and back! A starry soap opera

    While the actors have said to be minting money (sometimes more than that of film actors) doing their daily soaps, there are some who have left the comfort of television for cinema; then there are also those who have returned to television licking their wounds. SHUBARNA MUKERJI SHU plays the devil’s advocate with television’s best to see how many are dreaming for more, how many are contented and how many are counting

  • Ritesh Sidhwani says, Films find their own commerce, people

    Mumbai: Producer Ritesh Sidhwani, after the success of “Fukrey Returns”, is geared up for his forthcoming film “3 Storeys”. He says movies automatically find their own commerce, platform and people.

  • Check out the ‘3 Storeys’ Motion Poster!

    After the intriguing teaser of 3 Storeys the makers are ready to launch the trailer of the movie on the 7th of February. Amidst all, the makers of the film has recently launched a motion poster of 3 Storeys.

  • ‘Fukrey Returns’ mints over Rs 8 crore on opening day at box office

    Mumbai:Fukrey Returns“, a sequel to the 2013 movie “Fukrey”, has registered an opening day collection of Rs 8.10 crore. The comedy film, which opened in India on Friday, features Pulkit Samrat, Manjot Singh, Varun Sharma, Priya Anand, Richa Chadha, Vishakha Singh and Pankaj Tripathi. The box office numbers were shared with IANS by the film’s publicist via a statement.

  • Fukrey Returns Tu Mera Bhai Nahi Hai song

    Fukrey Returns song: ‘Tu Mera Bhai Nahi Hai’ from is the next Bhai anthem!

    The next song from Fukrey Returns ‘Tu Mera Bhai Nahi’ has been unveiled and the song is the next Bhai anthem.’Tu Mera Bhai Nahi Hai’ from Fukrey Returns is also an ode to Hunny and Choocha’s friendship. The song showcases the brotherly bond between Hunny and Choocha in the film.

  • Fukrey Returns trailer: The madcap gang is back, and will make you laugh out loud

    The trailer of ‘Fukrey Returns’ is here and is ready to take us on a laugh riot, one more time. We meet Hunny (Pulkit Samrat), Choocha (Varun Sharma), Zafar (Ali Fazal), Lali (Manjot Singh) and Bholi Punjaban (Richa Chadha) after four years and nothing in their lives seem to have changed. Bholi Punjaban is out for revenge while the aforementioned quartet is still as Fukrey as before. The 2013