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  • 2.0 budget: Akshay Kumar-Rajinikanth starrer one of the most expensive at Rs 543 crore

    Not too long ago, the makers of the sci-fi movie 2.0 confirmed that the film would be releasing this year indeed. While they released posters of the Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar starrer, along with the same, there was also a startling revelation. 2.0 makers have claimed that they have spent a whopping amount of $75 million on the VFX of the film recently.

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    Mumbai: CM Fadnavis fails to keep promise, citizens still not allowed to carry own food inside multiplexes

    Mumbai: The BJP-led Maharashtra government is usually seen boasting of its “performance” and “governance.” The state’s Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, in almost all his speeches is seen speaking of fulifilling all the promises his party made during the 2014 Assembly elections. Whenever one confronts any BJP leader with any unfulfilled promise, they instead trains their guns on its hardcore political rival — the Congress.

  • Padmaavat row: Mumbai police vows to give security to theatres

    Mumbai: With just two days left for the release of ‘Padmaavat, the Mumbai police on Monday promised security to theatres that would show the controversial film in the backdrop of threats issued by certain groups opposing its release. The Mumbai Police will ensure that no law and order issue is created and they will provide adequate security to the theatres screening it, a top police official said.

  • Bhopal: City women find CBFC’s reasons pathetic, hilarious & ridiculous

    BHOPAL: The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has refused to clear the movie ‘Lipstick Under My Burqa’ for screening in theatres in the country saying that “The story is lady-oriented, their fantasy is above life. There are….sexual scenes, abusive words, audio pornography and a bit sensitive touch about one particular section of society, hence film refused under guidelines”.

  • In Indore, yet another outfit warns SRK film

    Indore : Ahewwwad of the upcoming release of the Shah Rukh Khan-starrer ‘Dilwale’, a right-wing group here has threatened movie theatres in the city against screening the film as it objected to comments by the Bollywood superstar on the intolerance debate.

  • ‘Home Alone’ returning to theatres for 25th anniversary

    Los Angeles: Hailed as one of the greatest Christmas family comedy, “Home Alone” will return to theatres to celebrate its 25th anniversary. Fathom Events and 20th Century Fox have announced that they will celebrate the 1990 holiday classic’s anniversary by screening the movie for two nights only in select theatres across US, reported Entertainment Weekly.

  • Civil hospital readies for assessment programme

    Ujjain : Under the quality assurance project ‘Kayakalp’, assessment would be done to ascertain the quality of medical services provided by the divisional Civil Hospital. A preparatory meeting for the same was held here on Tuesday at the Brahaspati Bhawan which was presided by ADM Avadhesh Sharma.

  • Humaima proud of romantic scenes

    Pakistani model-actress Humaima Malick, who would be seen on the big screen with actor Emraan Hashmi in their upcoming film, says that she may have shot steamy and passionate kissing scenes in ‘Raja Natwaral’ but there is no vulgarity in the movie. What’s more, the actress even says that she is instead proud of the romantic scenes!

  • Sonam’s DOLLY KI DOLI slated for 2015 release

    News is that actress Sonam Kapoor’s next movie ‘Dolly Ki Doli’ is now set to hit the theatres on February 6 next year, just a week ahead of Valentine’s Day! The romantic comedy is being produced by actor-director Arbaaz Khan and also features National-award-winning actor Rajkummar Rao, FUKREY-fame actors Varun Sharma and PulkitSamrat along with Sonam Kapoor.