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  • Mowgli Trailer is a darker narrative than The Jungle Book; Watch it here

    After the spectacular version of Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book by Disney, Warner Bros. studios is back with a darker narrative on the same chapter. Mowgli, directed by Andy Serkis is essentially based on the same 19th-century story of a human infant adopted by the wolves, but this time instead of his usual adventures, it’s the story of him being an outcast to other humans and battling acceptance in the jungle as well.

  • Andy Serkis’ ‘Jungle Book: Origins’ retitled to ‘Mowgli’

    Andy Serkis’ dark take on Rudyard Kipling’s classic “The Jungle Book” has a new name, “Mowgli”. Warner Bros has changed the title of the live-action movie, which was earlier named “Jungle Book: Origins”. Serkis is directing the film, which is scheduled to be released on October 19 next year, reported Variety. The film follows Mowgli (Rohan Chand), who is raised by a pack of wolves as he follows the rules of the

  • Rana Daggubati lends voice for Tom Hanks’ Inferno

    Rana Daggubati, who was last seen in SS Rajamouli’s blockbuster Baahubali: The Beginning, has grabbed the next biggest opportunity of his life. Rana has lent his voice for the Telugu version of Inferno as the voice of Tom Hanks.

  • Bollywood 2016: So far, so good

    So far the year has given us no big blockbusters. Unless we count Sajid-Farhad’s ‘Housefull 3’ which made more money than all the releases this year. However the real successes this year at the Indian box office so far had nothing to do with Bollywood.

  • Hollywood calling for ShahRukh Khan

    Shah Rukh Khan talks to Pratishtha Malhotra about Hollywood, content driven films  and more.

  • ‘The Jungle Book’ inches close to Rs.200 crore in India

    New Delhi: Hollywood filmmaker Jon Favreau’s re-imagined world of “The Jungle Book” with Indian-American actor Neel Sethi playing the role of Mowgli has resonated well with the Indian audiences. In the 50 days since its release in India on Friday, the film has inched closer to the Rs.200-crore club.

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    Shahrukh should use his stardom to push cinema like DiCaprio: Ram Gopal Varma

    “Hollywood is just f*cking Bollywood. Imagine a film like The Jungle Book can finish off Fan,” said the inimitable Ram Gopal Varma in a ‘Frankly-Speaking’ sort of no-holds-barred video interview with Content Head (Broadband) Faridoon Shahryar. RGV talks unabashedly about movies, his love and fear of women, why the physicality in women attracts him, why he doesn’t like being praised, his tryst with ‘friend’ Karan Johar and a digital camera, what advice would he like

  • Marathi cinema and Hollywood breathing down Bollywood’s neck

    Marathi masterpiece Sairaat continues to spring surprises. The latest is that due to the humongous demand, special shows have been organised for midnight and 3 am slot in the interiors of Maharashtra. The Nagraj Manjule directed film, made at a modest budget of Rs 4 crore has crossed Rs 60 crore at the box office and the way it is galloping along, many more crores and records will be added on. Sairaat is attracting far more

  • Disney on a high!

    There is success and then there is more success and finally there is a hattrick. Disney films have been on an express highway of success when it comes to their recent releases. Beginning with THE JUNGLE BOOK, then edging into BAAGHI and now the final one THE CIVIL WAR, there seems to be no stopping Disney.

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    Irrfan Khan not starring in ‘Dreaded Gangster’

    Mumbai: Internationally acclaimed Indian actor Irrfan Khan has denied reports that he will star alongside actor Priyanshu Chaterjee in the upcoming film “Dreaded Gangster”.

  • ‘The Jungle Book’ crosses Rs.150-crore mark in India

    New Delhi: Disney’s “The Jungle Book”, which brings an enchanting story of a boy straight from an Indian jungle, is having a golden run at the Indian box office. The Hollywood film has minted over Rs.150 crore in the country since its release.

  • Jungle Book all set for a sequel

    New Delhi: It’s a good news for all the ‘Jungle Book’ lovers as Disney recently announced a sequel to the blockbuster children’s fantasy film.

  • ‘The Jungle Book’ crosses Rs.100 crore-mark in India

    Mumbai: Hollywood filmmaker Jon Favreau’s 3D live-animation adventure fantasy film “The Jungle Book” has entered the Rs.100 crore club in India in just 10 days since its release.

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    5 times Irrfan showed us his fun side 

    There is no doubt that Irrfan khan in term of acting and dialogue delivering is better than all the other Khans of Bollywood, we haven’t seen him doing much comical roles, however the one’s that we have seen and heard have been extremely loved and cherished.