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Huma Qureshi becomes the first Indian actress to visit the Facebook headquarters in London

Huma Qureshi becomes the first Indian actress to visit the Facebook headquarters in London Huma Qureshi becomes the first Indian actress to visit the Facebook headquarters in London features Just a couple of weeks ago, we had reported that Huma Qureshi will be in London for the premiere of her forthcoming international venture Viceroy’s House, directed by Gurinder Chadha. Besides this, the actress received an interesting invitation and it was definitely more than special for her. Huma Qureshi was invited to the Facebook headquarters based in UK and the actress was obviously thrilled about it. In fact, she is the first Indian actress to visit the London based Headquarters of this social networking site and she visited the same on February 22. Since she is in the midst of the promotions of Viceroy’s House, the actress also spoke about the forthcoming release. Sources claim that the actress received a warm welcome wherein upon her arrival she was also given an office tour by the team which was later followed by a live chat. Talking about it, Huma added, “I am glad that I’m the first Indian actor to visit the Facebook headquarters in London. To be invited there is an honour and I feel privileged. I feel so blessed and loved to be able to get so much love from people.” Besides the film’s premiere and promotions, Huma also recently attended the London Fashion Week and was on the front row for the Teatum-Jones show after receiving a special invitation from the designer duo. On the other hand, her film Viceroy's House is a period drama set during the late 40s when India was at the brink of its independence. It also stars Huge Bonneville, Gillian Anderson, Manish Dayal among others and is scheduled to release on March 3 in London.

Guess who Varun Dhawan enjoyed dancing to Tamma Tamma with

Guess who Varun Dhawan enjoyed dancing to Tamma Tamma with Guess who Varun Dhawan enjoyed dancing to Tamma Tamma with features By now readers may be aware that Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt are going all out to promote their forthcoming rom-com Badrinath Ki Dulhania. The two have been travelling across cities for the same and were recently in the capital where they promoted the film with equal enthusiasm. Amidst all of that, how could they stop themselves from shaking a leg to the chartbuster of the month, ‘Tamma Tamma’. The makers of Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya revived one of the most popular classics of 90s, ‘Tamma Tamma’ which was originally featured on Sanjay Dutt and Madhuri Dixit (from the film Thanedaar). The song has instantly connected with the youth and now Varun took it step a further as he was spotted shaking a leg with locals. The actor was recently dancing to the tunes of the song along with a few eunuchs during the promotions of the film in Delhi. Varun Dhawan recently shared a video on social media of the same along with a post that read, “#tammatammaagain hits delhi . #badrinathkidulhania is coming to you guys on March 10 th. Thank you for the blessings.” Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya, directed by Shashank Khaitan, also stars Gauahar Khan, Mohit Marwah, and Shweta Basu among others and is slated to release on March 10.

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Check out: Team Naam Shabana wraps its shoot

Check out: Team Naam Shabana wraps its shoot Team Naam Shabana wraps its shoot-111 The power packed avatar of Agent Shabana Khan has taken everyone by a surprise and triggered curiousity ever since the trailer of Naam Shabana has hit the tube. Playing the protagonist is Taapsee Pannu and the film is a prequel to the Akshay Kumar starrer Baby as it attempts to tell the journey of Shabana from a civilian to an undercover agent. Naam Shabana that has been shot in varied locations including Malaysia has been completed. The shoot of the film has finally been wrapped up and Taapsee Pannu took to social media to share the same. She posted this black and white picture, giving a glimpse of her character Shabana with a note saying, “And it's a wrap! India's first ever 'spin off' to show you making of a SPY! Come witness the thrill, 31st March 2017 #NaamShabana.” Team Naam Shabana wraps its shoot-11 Besides this, on the last day of its shoot, team Naam Shabana met the media in Delhi where they were shooting at a hospital in Noida. In fact, the interaction was held at a hospital room in the form of a press conference. Together the team spoke about the journey of the film, wherein everybody shared their insights about the role, the prep and their love for the franchise. Gulshan Kumar and Cape of Good Films presents, A Plan C Studios and Neeraj Pandey's production, Naam Shabana is directed by Shivam Nair and it is all set to release on March 31.

This is how Amit Sadh is preparing for the Akshay Kumar starrer Gold

This is how Amit Sadh is preparing for the Akshay Kumar starrer Gold Amit Sadh Amit Sadh, who was last seen in the recently released Running Shaadi, is now all set to move on to his next film which is filmmaker Reema Kagti’s most ambitious venture. The actor has been roped in for the Akshay Kumar starrer Gold and he will be seen in the role of a hockey player. Reportedly, Amit Sadh has already kick started the preparations for his character in Gold. While other details of his role are being kept under wraps, Amit has started hockey training with real life player Yuvraj Walmiki. If buzz is to be believed, the two often practice the sport in Bandra, suburban Mumbai on the grounds of St. Andrew’s Church. Sports lovers may be aware that Yuvraj Walmiki is not just a national level hockey player but is also a gold medalist at Asian Champion trophy. While Amit Sadh has previously been a part of sports films like Kai Po Che and Sultan, he will be playing the role of a sports player for the first time. Gold is said to be a period sports drama based on India’s first historic win post-independence in the field of hockey in the 1948 Olympics and it is said to span through 12 years.

Shakti Kapoor surprises Govinda on sets of Kapil’s comedy show

Shakti Kapoor surprises Govinda on sets of Kapil’s comedy show Shakti Kapoor surprises Govinda on sets of Kapil’s comedy show Govinda, who will soon be making a comeback to films with his latest film Aa Gaya Hero, has been leaving no stone unturned to ensure that his film is a success. In fact recently, as part of the promotions, the actor was on sets of the popular comedy show The Kapil Sharma Show. However, what caught our attention is the fact that the actor received a surprise visit from a long-time friend and co-star who happened to be nearby while he was recording for the show. Shakti Kapoor surprises Govinda on sets of Kapil’s comedy show Apparently, earlier this week Govinda was on sets of the Kapil Sharma Show, when Shakti Kapoor who was also shooting nearby decided to drop in and visit the actor. Informs a source close to the shoot both, Govinda and Shakti Kapoor ended up chatting for hours and reminiscing about the days gone by. Seeing their camaraderie, the channel on which the show airs requested Shakti Kapoor to be a part of the episode on an impulse. Following the invitation to be a part of the show, Kapoor obliged, and what followed was not just entertaining but definitely memorable too. In fact both, Govinda and Shakti took the audience down memory lane and certainly made for a comic pair while doing so.

Bollywood actresses talk about their safety issues while traveling alone, after the attack on Malayalam actress

Bollywood actresses talk about their safety issues while traveling alone, after the attack on Malayalam actress Bollywood actresses talk about their safety issues while traveling alone, after the attack on Malayalam actress Kalki Koechlin: “I feel sad and angry when I find out about any woman being abducted or attacked. It happens a lot and it is not always reported. I personally have felt safe when I travel not because I have an entourage but because regular people recognise me and look out for me if I'm getting disturbed.” Richa Chadda: “Just goes to show that the safety of women is an issue that transcends class. Statistics reveal the disturb truth that more often than not, perpetrators are known to the victim. The accused should be given the harshest punishment to set an example for a deterrent to these crimes in the future.” Taapsee Pannu: “The thought of being unsafe hasn't even remotely crossed my mind when I am with my driver. And this incident jolted me a bit. Usually while travelling I'm pretty careful. I in fact make sure I have my google map on all the time to check which route I am taken through. But this kind of horrific incident could've happened to ANYONE. It was extremely shocking.” Divya Dutta: “We are fortunate we get to travel in guarded surroundings either with the team or security. But I wonder how I’d feel if travelling alone. There are hazards for working women in terms of unwanted male attention, teasing, harassment. But it is best to take care of your own security. Don't travel alone and if you do, please carry things like pepper spray to practice defence." Shruti Seth: “I am wary when travelling up north. Have been fortunate to not have encountered any danger so far but it definitely is a matter of concern.” Dia Mirza: “I think this compels one to ensure at all times is that a police verification and background check is done with people we hire. Women especially must take the highest precautions to ensure their safety before hiring people to work for them.” Pallavi Joshi: “I have never felt scared or nervous. While safety remains an issue which is not looked at seriously by any association, this incident is an isolated one and shocking of course. But this should not become the basis of the general safety of women and should not lead to us getting scared to travel alone. We have to climb new horizons and one-off incidents can't pull us back. Yes we have to always be alert, not as women but as human beings. Such are the modern times.” Patralekha: “I live in Mumbai andn I have a trusted driver who takes me around. There are times that I travel by a train or take the rickshaw never has it happened that I felt unsafe but again this is Mumbai the safest city in India!” Vishakha Singh: “Frankly speaking, Indian women are always in a proactive mode to be safe. We are taught from day one to safeguard ourselves. We are taught to distrust. No place is safe anymore. My heart goes out to the victim. If our own car isn't safe for us I don't know what is. However this incident is not going to scare me from travelling on my own.” Suchitra Krishnamoorthy: “I feel safe when I'm traveling and travel the world on my own. But especially in a place like India I am very cautious and would not take undue risks. It is a country and culture disgustingly unsafe for women. The abduction of the Malayalam actress is politically or otherwise motivated though and quite a different issue.” Shweta Tripathy: “I travel a lot by Uber. And feel quite safe actually. But such incidents make me feel very uneasy. No matter what the means of transport, our guards always have to be up.”

Check out: Sunny Leone meets Prince of Bahrain at London Fashion Week

Check out: Sunny Leone meets Prince of Bahrain at London Fashion Week Sunny Leone meets Prince of Bahrain at London Fashion Week-1 Last seen in ‘Laila O Laila’ where she was shaking a leg with Baadshah of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan in the film Raees, Sunny Leone is also a renowned fashion diva. The actress was recently spotted at London Fashion Week along with hubby Daniel Weber. During this beautiful evening, the actress also got an opportunity to meet royalty. Sunny Leone and Daniel Weber were invited by none other than the Prince of Bahrain Sheikh Hamed Bin Ali Al Khalifa and the two were seen having a gala dinner with royal personalities. Talking about the same, the actress revealed that she met them through an agent who had mentioned that the Prince wanted to meet them. Sunny Leone meets Prince of Bahrain at London Fashion Week-2 Describing it as a rather informal light-hearted chatting session, the actress stated that they spoke in length about the Prince’s life, his country and life in Los Angeles amongst the others. The actress was thrilled to receive a gift from the Prince who presented her with a Stella Cartney Bag. Sunny Leone even took to Instagram to share a couple of pictures from the meeting including a collage. As for the fashion show, the actress was in England to support her friend and popular designer Rocky S and she couldn’t stop appreciating the designer’s efforts.

Check out: Shah Rukh Khan takes AbRam on a convertible car ride

Check out: Shah Rukh Khan takes AbRam on a convertible car ride Shah Rukh Khan takes AbRam on a convertible car ride -1 Shah Rukh Khan is known to be a doting dad. As and when the actor gets time off from his busy schedule, he likes to spend it with his family. Although both of his older kids are busy with their studies, his youngest son AbRam Khan is basically the one who stealing the media limelight. Shah Rukh Khan takes AbRam on a convertible car ride -2 Time and again, AbRam accompanies SRK to several events and at times, even gives an appearance during his interviews. On Monday afternoon, Shah Rukh Khan took little AbRam on a joy ride in his white convertible car. Accompanied by his bodyguard, SRK was seen driving the car while AbRam enjoyed the fun ride near the Carter Road, Mumbai. Soon they were surrounded by paparazzi but it did not bother SRK as he comfortably zoomed ahead. On the professional front, Shah Rukh Khan was recently seen in Rahul Dholakia’s Raees. He is currently shooting for Imtiaz Ali’s film alongside Anushka Sharma which is tentatively titled The Ring. It is slated to release on August 11.

Saif Ali Khan opens up on the world of Rangoon and more

Saif Ali Khan opens up on the world of Rangoon and more Saif Ali Khan opens up on the world of Rangoon and more features It was way back in August 2015 when Saif Ali Khan was last seen at the big screen. The film was Phantom and post that, Saif took a conscious call to take a halt and pick up diverse genres. One such film was Rangoon. Even though he was well aware of the fact that given its production which has an epic feel to it, it would be a while before the film hits the screen, he was game for it all. Deciding to give his all for the period drama set in World War II, Saif put great conviction into the film which brought him back with his Phantom producer Sajid Nadiadwala. Now is the time for him to gear up for the film's release. Rangoon appears to be an entertainer with a solid class appeal to it. Is that correct? India being a diverse country, you have to make something special where a film looks classy, connects with the masses and also carries a message. I can think of a couple of such films in the recent past that managed that. They were Ram Leela and Bajirao Mastani. These were classy looking films that succeeded big time. In fact a lot of people in India elected to choose Bajirao Mastani over rather massy Dilwale. This is also the first time in Bollywood when you, Shahid Kapoor and Kangana Ranaut are coming together. This is indeed a casting coup of sorts. Was that exciting for you on the paper level itself? I was in Lisbon [Portugal] when Vishal (Bhardwaj) gave me a call and told me about Rangoon. He also immediately asked me if I had any problems working with Shahid (Kapoor). I said -'Of course not'. He said that it is still always good to ask. Nonetheless, it was as simple as that. We went ahead and did the film. On the other hand Sajid is someone with whom I have done Phantom. He has signed a lot of interesting directors on board and wants to make more and more good films. The combination of these two guys - Sajid and Vishal - made me jump on to Rangoon. Rangoon is actually your 50th film too as a lead actor. To get a film like this and especially on your completion of 25 years in the industry must be a remarkable experience, isn't it? Yes, I suppose so. It is great; these milestones are nice to know. Good to see one achieve it. That said, when I look at my contemporaries like Akshay or the three Khans who started before I did, they are going from strength to strength. They have raised the age barrier; that's something very impressive for me. Internationally too artists are doing that. They are not relaxing. They are working harder and looking better. I am looking forward to doing that as well. In fact it is great to see you in this royal avtar in a period setting. You seem to be enjoying every bit of it. Yes, I do enjoy this world; I enjoy this time period. 40s was a stylish era. Actually today the world has become much more casual in some departments. It's not that I was always comfortable playing a part like the one in Rangoon. The truth is that over the years I have grown and evolved as person. I am much more sure about what I like and I don't. I have been in the industry for a while now. I have been reading and traveling. So many things have added to this persona of mine that you see today. All of that combined together has made me much more comfortable slipping into the world of Rangoon. I know it better now. You have gone back in time for films like Parineeta (60s) and Hamesha (70s) though. However, Rangoon (40s) seems to be taking it to a different level. I have grown up in a way. Even though I was born in 1970s we still are brought up, I was exposed to the life and times of the 40s. At that time, many films based on World War 2 were being seen. The Guns of Navarone, The Bridge on the River Kwai, A Bridge Too Far - these were very popular films and I grew up on them. There are so many heroic stories of that time and historically I am aware of Subhash Chandra Bose, INA and what they were trying to do. There were Indian soldiers fighting Indian soldiers under the INA and British title. So in Rangoon when that era is being revisited, I am glad to be part of it all. Now that Rangoon is set for release, it is also the first film of yours to be arriving after the birth of Taimur. You would indeed be looking at making it special for him, right? Well, I don't really think in those terms. As much as possible, personal life goes on and works goes on too. There isn't really any connection. Moreover, he is also far too young to be even realizing that his dad has a film of his releasing this Friday (smiles).

The Ghazi Attack (2017) Movie Review

The Ghazi Attack (2017) Movie Review

Producer: Karan Johar

Director: Sankalp Reddy

Cast: Kay Kay Menon, Rana Daggubati, Atul Kulkarni, Taapsee Pannu, Om Puri

Writer: Sankalp Reddy

Script: Sankalp Reddy, Niranjan Reddy, Ganga Raju Gunnam

Music: Krishna Kum

Rating: (4/5)



It is the untold true story happened before the 1971 Indo-Pakistan war. Pakistan left the submarine named as ‘PNS Ghazi’ in the Bay of Bengal towards Bangladesh in 1971. Pakistan wanted to destroy INS Vikrant and the Visakhapatnam Navy Base by this submarine. This was a classified mission achieved by the Indian Navy.  That’s why; Indian Navy Soldiers weren’t rewarded for this brave mission.

You can see in the movie that the Indian Navy recruits a team of three officers-Captain Ranvijay Singh (Kay Kay Menon), Lt. Commander Arjun Verma (Rana Daggubati), and Executive Officer Devraj (Atul Kulkarni) on this mission.

Pakistan is claiming that PNS Ghazi was not destroyed by the Indian Navy. The truth remains hidden till date.

However, in the movie, it will be interesting to see that how these three officers become successful to destroy PNS Ghazi!

Plus Points:


First, Kudos to Sankalp Reddy for telling this untold saga achieved by the Indian Navy.   For the first time, you will see the underwater war on the Indian screen for. This movie is a milestone in the Indian Cinema.  It is the war of mind games.  This kind of movie is not made by India till date.

You will be amazed by this underwater war.  The first half shows the confrontation between three officers. Then it shows mind games to destroying PNS Ghazi. The last half hour is interesting when the Indian Submarine and the Pakistani Submarine come face to face. The movie keeps you glued to your seat till the climax.

The movie is filled with entertainment and thrill.  This war has played by mind games, not by using violence.  Though this war has played in the limited space of submarines, you will be intrigued well by it.

The movie looks authentic.  Dialogues have technical details about submarines.  Those submarines look real.

Talking about performances, Kay Kay Menon looks combative with his character. Also, there is an emotional side to this character. Rana Daggubati and Atul Kulkarni have done brilliant performances too.  Om Puri shines in the small role.

Special Effects are amazing. The cinematography is nice.

Minus Points:

The editing is average. Some scenes end abruptly.  The direction takes the unnecessary cinematic liberty.  Taapsee Pannu is wasted in the movie.  There is not much scope for her character.

Is this movie worth a watch?

Absolutely Yes! It is an unsung achievement of the Indian Navy. By watching this movie, you will feel proud of the Indian Navy’s courage. It is a first Indian cinema, which revolves around submarines.

It is a must-watch movie!

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