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Fugly, MS Dhoni: The Untold Story, Machine… Hers was an inconspicuous presence on the showbiz firmament until she jolted everyone with her blatant self-pleasuring act in Karan Johar’s web anthology Lust Stories (2018). Playing the seemingly coy Megha, who lets go of inhibition, won Kiara Advani a legion of young fans, who could connect with her dilemma and the denouement in the film. With the recent blockbuster Kabir Singh, she has rolled into the 200-crore club. As the docile Preeti Shetty, she’s the catalyst in this tale of ruin and redemption front-lined by Shahid Kapoor. Raghava Lawrence’s Laxmmi Bomb and Dharma Productions’ Good News, both with Akshay Kumar, promise to up her stocks further. With Telugu hits like Vinaya Vidheya Rama and Bharat Ane Nenu having secured her position in the South, she’s making the best of both the worlds. Kiara Advani is a breakthrough long overdue…


With Kabir Singh you’ve entered the 200-crore club. Does the world look at you differently now?

It definitely feels special. Also, it’s happened quite early in my career. We knew the film was special but seeing the massive success its’ enjoying is something else. This love that people have showered on me, only motivates me to work harder.

 
What excited you about Kabir Singh?

It’s my first love story. It’s a passionate, intense and romantic film, which at the same time is real and raw. Arjun Reddy (2017), the original, was a cult film. It was told in an unapologetic manner. It was flawed and imperfect as reality. Sandeep sir (Vanga Reddy) has captured the same honesty. It’s a lot from his own life, it’s so close to his heart. That’s also what made it exciting.

 
How much were you influenced by the original version?

I’d watched Arjun Reddy earlier. But after I signed the film, I didn’t go back and watch it again. The director being the same, there would be a lot of similarities in the female character, Preeti Shetty (played by Shalini Pandey) in Arjun Reddy and the one played by me in Kabir Singh. I just wanted to follow the director’s vision and stay true to it.


For someone, who played a girl who has no qualms expressing herself sexually in Karan Johar’s Lust Stories, playing a meek character must have been a U turn...

Yeah. I feel lucky to be given these opportunities to play such diverse characters and showcase my range as an actor.


While you’ve been loved in the film, a section of women and critics alleged you were unnecessarily submissive for today’s woman…

 I understand that. It’s an opinion and everyone is entitled to have an opinion. If you ask me mine, I believe, and especially after playing a character like Preeti that just because someone is silent and not reactive or explosive doesn’t make them submissive. For me Preeti is way stronger. She decides to leave Kabir, she wishes to raise their child by herself, she even walks out of her marriage… and all this without going back to him. That speaks volumes. It’s not always dialogue that makes a person stronger. Sometimes actions speak louder than words. Those who loved her understood that. But like I said, everyone has their own perspective. It’s amazing how people started debating on Preeti and Kabir on TV shows as though they’re real and not merely on reel. That’s clearly because people like them do exist. It’s one of those love stories, which says it unapologetically without trying to make Preeti or Kabir appear ideal.

Kabir Singh is obsessive and abusive. Is that justified?

Kabir Singh’s obsessed with his love but in a protective way. Kabir is a passionate lover. His love for Preeti is something he just can’t go beyond. What happens then is ruin and self-destruction. Every person, who’s been in love and gone through heartbreak, has dealt with craziness. You go through depression, you don’t want to get out of bed, you feel at your lowest… if you’ve ever loved someone so deeply.

I haven’t experienced such level of heartbreak. But yes, I’ve suffered heartbreak. If I had someone, who loved me as passionately as Kabir Singh, then maybe I’d still have been with him.


Okay, what’s the best thing told to you after Kabir Singh?

 Seeing everyone choke up during the climax scene and rooting for Kabir and Preeti’s love made me feel that we had hit the right chord.


How was it working with Shahid Kapoor?

I’ve loved his performances in Ishq Vishq, Kaminey, Haider, Udta Punjab and Jab We Met. He was incredible. He’s such a fine actor. For a romantic film like Kabir Singh, it was important to feed off each other’s energy. We were playing opposite characters.

Shahid’s so easy to work with. He doesn’t come with the baggage ki main Shahid Kapoor hoon and I’ve so much experience. He is childlike on the set. He’d ask for my opinion saying, ‘Do you think the shot was good?’ or ‘Should we take another take?’ He made me comfortable. Ours was a chilled-out equation.

You’re part of Laxmmi Bomb, remake of the Tamil film Kanchana. Are you the go-to-girl for remakes?

I’m lucky to have got Laxmmi Bomb (directed by Raghava Lawrence), inspired by the blockbuster Kanchana series. It’s my first horror comedy. Sometimes I pinch myself in disbelief. Akshay (Kumar) sir gave me my first opportunity with Fugly (2014). I’ve completed Good News with him, which was an amazing journey. We will now be doing Laxmmi Bomb.


Would you say Lust Stories was the turning point in your career?

Absolutely. I’m fortunate that Karan Johar gave me a role like Megha’s in Lust Stories. It’s rare to get to play a character like that and being directed by Karan was the cherry on the icing. He gave an outsider an opportunity to do such an incredible role. He’s changed the way people look at me. Finally, people saw the actor in me. He’s special in my life because he saw something in me before anyone else did.


You’ve changed your name from Alia to Kiara.

My name has been Kiara since my debut in 2014. I didn’t want to confuse the audience with Alia Bhatt, an established superstar. It just felt like the right thing to do - to have your own identity. Why have two Alias? The name, Kiara, was inspired from Priyanka Chopra’s movie Anjana Anjani, where she introduces herself as, ‘Hi, I’m Kiara.’ I thought, ‘What a beautiful name. If I have a daughter, I’ll call her Kiara’. But before that I needed a name for myself. (Smiles) So, I took it on.

 

You’ve had two South hits, Bharat Ane Nenu and Vinaya Vidheya Rama. Will you continue acting in the South as well?

I’d like to continue entertaining in the South as well. I’m reading a few scripts. When I took up Bharat Ane Nenu, it was like a dream launch. It had a fine director and a superstar of a co-star - Mahesh Babu. Even though it was a Mahesh Babu film, my role as Vasumathi was appreciated as it was integral to the screenplay. Though nervous, I went with my gut. The love that I received from the people made me realise that I wanted to be a pan India artiste. Content is what matters and language is no longer a barrier. Sridevi was the first pan India superstar.


Would you say this is the best phase of your career?

Yes absolutely. I believe this is the best phase. Finally, I’m getting opportunities. I’m enjoying this process. I don’t know where the destination is. But this is the journey I want to remember.When you dream of being an actor, the hardest thing is getting your first film. But to get further opportunities is equally hard.


How hard was it for you?

When my first film (Fugly) didn’t click, it was disheartening. But I wasn’t going to give up on my dream. I wanted to begin meeting people again. But they’d say we don’t have anything for her right now, so what’s the point in meeting. But all that shouldn’t dishearten you. If anything, it should leave you stronger.


How did you deal it?

When things weren’t going my way, I went into that mode where I didn’t want to get out of my house or meet anyone. My mother told me no one’s going to come home knocking with a script. You must go out there and grab the opportunity.I thought work would bring work. So, I started accepting whatever films I was being offered hoping something would click. Machine was a disaster. Yet, if I go to a place like Nasik, people there know me for Machine. So, there’s an audience for everything. Every film then is a learning experience.


Why do you say so?

With every film, you learn something. You also learn something about yourself as an actor. I’ve always believed that a film is a director’s medium. I’ve been lucky to work with Karan Johar (Lust Stories), Abbas-Mustan (Machine), Neeraj Pandey (M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story). They follow a school of filmmaking and have their own individuality. What I’ve learnt from them has given me a sound foundation. 


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Salman Khan has a deceptive nonchalance about him. He appears misleadingly casual about his films and his celebrity status. There’s no attempt to intellectualise his work or an effort to impress. But those close to him know how committed he's as an artiste. He plays a man from 27 to 72 in Ali Abbas Zafar’s Bharat. For that he’s revisited changing landscapes of time and emotions, just as he switched from silhouette to silhouette to be in sync with the character’s altering physicality. It could also mark his gentle initiation into doing mature roles. He’s candid about consciously having to keep the ‘old man’ at bay. He’s forthcoming about having to jostle with aches and pains even as he packs a punch on the screen. The heartwarming honesty perhaps comes from the fact that the megastar has not lost touch with the person he is. Perhaps, his late-night rendezvous with painting and writing and perhaps the shadows that have stalked the spotlight have helped him keep the conversation going with himself… Excerpts…
What made Bharat special?
The reason for doing this film was the plot. A nine-year-old boy is given the responsibility of taking care of his mother and three siblings by his father. From the age of nine to 72, this person does everything to keep his family together. They nag him to settle down but he keeps his promise against
all odds.

Somewhere, it reflects your own life story. You’ve always been known to support your family and friends.
It’s the opposite. (Laughs) They’ve supported me all along. I need their support instead.

How difficult was it to get the curve of your character right in Bharat?
It was difficult but fun. I had to lose a lot of weight to play the 27-year-old. Then I had to put on weight right away to look 55. There’s a difference of 15 kilos between the two looks. Then, I had to come back to looking like a 27-year-old as you can’t shoot all the portions all at once. It was fun because I saw some of my old films as a reference point. It was hilarious.

Why hilarious?
The innocence, which was there in me then, is lost today. The nayapan, the rawness… has gone. I cringe when I watch some of my earlier songs. I watched films like Nischay, Jagruti, Chandramukhi, Chand Ka Tukda… Oh God, those jackets! But Hum Aapke Hain Koun…! and Hum Saath Saath Hain had a different Salman altogether. The director makes such a difference.

Priyanka Chopra was the original choice as the female lead. Has Katrina Kaif been a good option?
In fact, Ali Abbas Zafar (director) and I had thought of taking Katrina earlier on. But Ali was unsure whether she could play the role of a Hindustani girl. I said, ‘Common yaar, you’ve worked with her a couple of times. Don’t you have confidence in her? Katrina’s been here for the last 20 years. She’s done films like Raajneeti, Raj Kumar Santoshi films...’  Later, he said, ‘Priyanka ka phone aaya tha that she wants to do this film’. Priyanka was keen on doing Bharat. She had also told my sister Arpita (Khan) about it as they’re close. But then she chose to get married with Nick Jonas, which is a bold and brave and step to take. She did the right thing. She got married. She got what she wanted. Katrina got what she wanted.

How did you get to know Priyanka wanted to opt out?
Priyanka took this call five days before our schedule was to start. She came home and told me she was getting married. I said we’d adjust those three-four days. She said she had to get the clothes ready. I said the designer would take care of that. Then she said she doesn't know the actual dates. (Smiles) Usually, one would’ve said shaadi ek saal baad karenge, abhi yeh picture kar lete hai. But she chose to get married. She’s done the gutsiest thing. She’s one of our most hard-working actresses ever. To keep her career alive both here and there and then refuse an important film to get married… it’s amazing.

You reportedly said Katrina would get the National Award for her performance in Bharat.
She told me, ‘The way you’re going about saying that I’ll get a National Award for Bharat, everyone thinks it’s a joke’. I said, ‘Baba I’m serious about it’. She truly deserves a National Award for this film. It’ll be a unanimous choice.

The film has Katrina proposing marriage to you. Has any girl proposed to you in real life?
No, so far it’s never happened. (Smiles) Because I don’t do candlelight dinners. I can’t see what I’m eating in candlelight. But I do feel sad that I haven’t been approached yet.

Were you nervous about fans accepting your experiment with your looks in the film?
I was told that if a hero sports a bald look, he no longer remains a hero. In Tere Naam, I shaved off my head. I was the first person to do that. I did it a couple of times later too. The look was accepted.

Your mother (Salma Khan) remarked that you’ll look your handsomest when you turn 70, just like you do in the film.
Really? She said that? Look at her husband. How good he’s still looking
at 84.

Your entry on screen is greeted with whistles, claps… in the theatres. What accounts for this popularity?
God has been kind. I don’t know what fans see in me that brings out this side in them. Also, the kind of films I’ve been doing, remind me of the films I watched as a child. I reacted in a similar way. I always pay attention to what, as an audience, I’d want to see my hero do.

Despite huge-box office returns, your films are panned critically.
It doesn’t matter what’s being said about my films. Some will accord it 5 stars. Some will give it minus ratings. These people have never made a film themselves. And those who have, well, unki film itni buri tarike se piti hai. Critics can write what they want. But don’t be irresponsible. Don’t make fun of someone’s work. Let the audience decide. Let the fans go to the theatres at least. Even if 15 per cent of the audience relies on their reviews, the business gets affected by that much percentage. Maine Pyaar Kiya was made in one crore and eleven lakhs. It was a big budget film at that point. Today the smallest film is made in a budget of at least 25 to 30 crores. You need to recover that

Does the fear of fading stardom bother you?
Stardom will fade eventually. It’s a huge task to keep it going for such a long time. I guess Shah Rukh (Khan), Aamir (Khan), Akki (AkshayKumar), Ajay (Devgn)… we’re the only ones who’ve been able to pull it off for such a long time. We’ll try our best to keep it going for another few years. Then like in the case of all superstars, the box-office collection will come down to eight to 10 per cent. But it hasn’t started yet.

Are you prepared for that?
Yes. (Smiles) But it’s a long time from now.

You once said that you should feel 27, no matter what your age.
You should always maintain an enthusiasm and interest in whatever you do. Otherwise don’t do it. As soon as you lose interest in things and say I’m tired, the old man seeps into a pore in your body. Then he takes over the whole body. So that pore should not be left open for the old man to set in.

Do you find aging scary?
Aging can be scary for anyone. You need to work harder. You’ve got to give your best. You can’t be as undisciplined as you were earlier. You’ve got to get accustomed to the boring discipline, which is not fun. I don’t see Anil Kapoor or Amitabh Bachchan as old. They’re happening. I saw Sanju (Dutt) recently. He’s lost weight and was looking ripped. Each one of us is suffering from some physical problem. Someone has a knee problem; someone’s shoulder’s giving trouble, someone’s neck. Sab installments mein uthte honge subhe ko. But we’re at it.

Has doing action scenes taken a toll on you?
I’ve been doing action so my body’s used to it. But then it does take a toll. Because every action scene has to be rehearsed five-six times. There’s a lot of girna padna involved. From Bharat, I’ve moved on to Dabangg 3, which is all about action and thrill. Every scene demands so much energy ki scene karte karte hi aadmi thak jaata hai. But that keeps you fit and going unless you suffer an injury.

Is it easy to maintain the energy level at this age?
No. It’s not easy. I’ve my own problems. I don’t sleep much. If I didn’t paint or write at night, if I went to sleep early, things would be better. In the morning after having coffee, moving your body bit by bit – in installments as I say – kaam pe jaana padta hai. Sometimes I do cardio. At times, I cycle to work. I do something or the other to stay energetic.

Does a release still leave you tense?
Yes, if the last two-three films haven’t done well. So far, it’s been good. You’d say Race 3 didn’t do well. But it did a decent 170-crore plus business at the box-office.

Tell us a lesser known facet about you.
I don’t sleep much. I sleep for around two and a half to three hours every night. I paint, I write, I watch television. I don’t like switching channels, even if it’s only airing commercials. I get upset if someone comes and changes it. If cricket is going on then I switch it off as I don't understand it much. But that too after many hours. Even if a South channel is on, it keeps playing. Recently, I find web shows interesting.

Which show have you watched recently?
I watched Game Of Thrones up to the fourth season. Phir break lag gaya because of work. Now I’ll watch the whole season. I just finished watching the series Vikings. It’s outstanding. I’ve watched Taboo, Arrow, Peaky Blinders... Now I want to watch Money Heist.


There’s talk about you producing a web show…
Yes, I might. It’s in the pipeline. There are friends with whom we’ve been unable to do films. So we can do such shows with them. I’m venturing into television not to make money but for more and more directors, producers and actors to get involved. I’m told since we’re just producers; the channel would be taking a call on everything. I might have to get into that bit as well (Smiles).

Any plans of venturing as an actor on the OTT platform?
I’ve been offered stuff. But I’m not sure. Handling three mediums, films, television and the web, would be too much to handle. I want to do two films a year. So I may go back to the way I used to work earlier – doing two shifts.one thing you never take for granted?  don’t take my work for granted. Actually, I don’t take anything for granted.

Katrina said she admires your quality of being fearless…
I’m not fearless. There are some things I care about and some things I don’t care about. That’s not being fearless.

Is there any dream left to be achieved?
I don’t get much time to dream kyunki main zyada sota nahi. 
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Shah Rukh Khan has a lot of buzz around him all the time because of his gigantic stardom. The film star’s life has been under the media glare for years now and his family is well accustomed to it too. Be it his wife Gauri Khan or his children Aryan, Suhana and AbRam, they all our celebrities too. Recently, Aryan did a voiceover for the film The Lion King along with his father and that caught a lot of attention. And now, there is news about Aryan being approached for a mega-budget South film. According to a leading daily, the starkid has been approached by director Gunasekhar for his next film titled Hiranyakashipu that also stars Rana Daggubati and Prabhas.


The film is set to be one of the biggest projects of the South film industry after Baahubali franchise. The film also has Tamannaah and Anushka Shetty playing crucial parts. There hasn’t been any official confirmation as of now, but with reports floating around we wonder will Aryan will make his debut down South before his big Bollywood project. 


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Salman Khan is currently busy shooting the last schedule of the third instalment of the Dabangg franchise. The film is set to release on December 20, this year. Salman has added his own flavour to this character of Chulbul Pandey in the films. However, according to his brother Arbaaz Khan’s revelations, Salman Khan wasn’t the first choice for the film. Director Abhinav Kashyap, who directed the first part was initially looking at casting Irrfan Khan or Randeep Hooda.

Actor and producer Arbaaz Khan shared this info in an interview recently where he shared that when Abhinav narrated the script to him, Arbaaz asked him why he wasn’t offering him the role of the Robin Hood cop. But more than Chulbul, Abhinav saw him as Makkhi, which was an extension of Arbaaz’s role in Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na. Abhinav was looking to cast Randeep Hooda or Irrfan Khan as the lead but neither of them had been finalised. So, Arbaaz offered to produce the film and asked what if he got Salman on board as Pandey ji. Abhinav was excited about the idea and things quickly fell in place.



Arbaaz also said that Mahesh Manjrekar's daughter Saiee Manjrekar, who is making her Bollywood debut with the film is perfect for the character. He said that Salman has known Saiee for a while and was sure she fits the bill perfectly as an innocent young girl. And after seeing her perform, they knew she’s exactly what they wanted for Dabangg 3.

Speaking about the shoot Arbaaz said that they are only 60 per cent through. Shooting will wrap up by September end leaving the team with three months for post-production. The film marks the second collaboration between Prabhudheva and Salman Khan after Wanted and also stars Sonakshi Sinha and Kichcha Sudeepa in key roles.


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Even before the release of her debut film, Dharma Productions Student of The Year 2, Tara Sutaria bagged her second film opposite Sidharth Malhotra, Marjaavaan. Now she is busy with her next film, Sajid Nadiadwala's RX100, which is going to launch Suniel Shetty's son Ahan Shetty into the world of films. Tara is doing fairly well for a newcomer. But the actress doesn't think like that. In conversation with a leading daily, when the 23-year-old Tara Sutaria was asked about the feeling of being arrived, the actress said, "No, my God! Not at all. I'm just beginning, there is so much to learn, so much to do. There is no feeling of 'I have arrived' at all. I'm far from arrived. Also, I don't think I will ever have this feeling. I have been raised in a way where it was all about working hard. I have been working since I was six years old. Especially in our lines of Work, you can never truly feel you have arrived." 


Tara is considered as one of the most stunning fresh faces of B-town and talking about being a movie star during the same interview, the actress revealed, "It's been different. It all happened so quickly and been a bit of a blur. With the promotions and then the release... the feedback has been great. I'm lucky to have done the film and excited for what's coming next too." We wish this young gun all the best for her upcoming projects.

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Post romancing Shahid Kapoor in the hit film Kabir Singh, now, Kiara Advani is all set to begin shooting for Indoo Ki Jawani. Directed by Bengali filmmaker Abir Sengupta the film story revolves around a feisty girl from Ghaziabad who gets into hilarious scrapes, swiping right and left on a dating app. The makers of the film were on a look out for the perfect guy to be cast opposite Kiara in the film and have finally zeroed down on someone. It's none other than Aditya Seal, who was recently seen in Dharma Productions' Student of The Year 2. 


Kiara will romance Aditya on the big screen in Indoo Ki Jawani. Aditya confirmed the news to a leading daily saying, "Yes, I'm part of this comedy of errors. I have to master a separate lingo for the film.why? That will be revealed in the film." 
 
Talking about his character, Aditya said, "He is very real and people will connect with him immediately." The young actor revealed that once he went on Tinder out of curiosity. Talking about his dating app experience, he said, "All that swiping left, swiping right and matching with a person freaked me out and I deleted the app in three days. I have chated on Facebook messenger but Tinder and Hinge is too much for me. I felt like bait of fresh meat." 
 
Indoo Ki Jawani is produced by Nikkhil Advani, Niranjan Iyenger and Ryan Stephen. The film is expected to go on floors in September. 

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Sonakshi Sinha's Khaandani Shafakhaana was earlier scheduled to release on July 26 but later the makers of the film decided to postpone the release date by one week and the film is now hitting the theatres on August 2. It's the same date when Sidharth Malhotra and Parineeti Chopra starrer Jabariya Jodi is also releasing. The two films will be locking horns with each other on August 2. Both films are directed by debutant directors. Prashant Singh has directed Jabariya Jodi and Shilpi Dasgupta has helmed Khaandani Shafakhaana. Sonakshi Sinha was recently questioned about this clash and she said, "We don't have any free dates where a film can get a solo release. So, we have to come along with each other. We hope that every film finds their audience. We are very confident about our film. We are very proud of our product. And hope that as many people come and watch it. So, no issues there at all." 

 
Sonakshi Sinha's Khaandani Shafakhaana is based in Punjab, where she will be seen as a bubbly Punjabi girl who loves her family and can go to any extent to see them happy. The film deals with the issue of sex still being a taboo in India and how people are hesitant to talk about issues related to it. Sidharth and Parineeti 's Jabariya Jodi, on the other hand, is based on groom-kidnappings. We can't wait to find out which film will come out victorious during this box-office clash. Who are you placing are bets on?

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Bollywood, cricket and politics are the three things that are closely followed by millions of people in India. There are many takers for every little update that happens in these three worlds and we are here to just satisfy that want in you. Several B-town actors are currently either shooting for big projects, gearing up for the release of a film or are prepping for taxing roles in their upcoming projects. 

 

From Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh, Rajkummar Rao to Kareena Kapoor Khan, Janhvi Kapoor and Ranbir Kapoor, stars have several films lined up in the coming future and we thought about keeping you updated with the projects they have signed and are working on. So scroll through this list of films that your favourite stars can’t wait for you all to watch and the directors who'll be helming those projects.

 

Actresses:

 

Deepika Padukone

 Chhapaak - Meghna Gulzar

 ’83 - Kabir Khan

 Luv Ranjan’s untitled film - Luv Ranjan

 

Priyanka Chopra 

The Sky Is Pink - Shonali Bose

Kareena Kapoor Khan 

Angrezi Medium - Homi Adajania

Good News - Raj Mehta

Takht - Karan Johar

Laal Singh Chaddha - Advait Chandan

Kangana Ranaut 

 Judgementall Hai Kya - Prakash Kovelamundi

 Dhaakad - Razy Ghai

 Panga - Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari

Vidya Balan

Mission Mangal - Jagan Shakti

Neerkonda Paarvai - H. Vinoth

Alia Bhatt

Sadak 2 - Mahesh Bhatt

Brahmastra - Ayan Mukherji

Takht - Karan Johar

Inshallah - Sanjay Leela Bhansali 

Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari’s untitled film - Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari

RRR - S.S. Rajamouli

 

Sara Ali Khan 

Coolie No. 1 - David Dhawan

 #AajKal - Imtiaz Ali

 

Janhvi Kapoor 

 Kargil Girl - Sharan Sharma

 RoohiAfza - Hardik Mehta

 Takht - Karan Johar

 Dostana 2 - Collin D. Cunha

 

Katrina Kaif 

Sooryavanshi - Rohit Shetty

Shraddha Kapoor

Street Dancer – Remo D’ Souza

Chhichhore – Nitesh Tiwari

Saaho – Sujeeth

 

Sonakshi Sinha

Mission Mangal – Jagan Shakti

Dabangg 3 – Prabhudeva

Khandaani Shafakhana – Shilpi Dasgupta

Bhuj: The Pride of India – Abhishek Dudhaiya

 

Actors:

 

Salman Khan

Dabangg 3 - Prabhudeva

Inshallah - Sanjay Leela Bhansali

Kick 2 - Sajid Nadiawala

Sher Khan - Sohail Khan

Aamir Khan

Laal Singh Chaddha - Advait Chandan

 

Akshay Kumar

Mission Mangal - Jagan Shakti

Sooryavanshi - Rohit Shetty

Laxmmi Bomb - Raghava Lawrence

Good News - Raj Mehta

Housefull 4 - Sajid Khan

 

Ranveer Singh

’83 - Kabir Khan

Takht - Karan Johar

Jayeshbhai Jordaar - Divyang Thakkar

 

Varun Dhawan

Street Dancer - Remo D'Souza

Coolie No 1 - David Dhawan

Rannbhoomi - Shashank Khaitan

 

Rajkummar Rao

Judgementall Hai Kya - Prakash Kovelamundi

RoohiAfza - Hardik Mehta

Turram Khan - Hansal Mehta

Made In China - Mikhil Musale

Anurag Basu’s untitled film - Anurag Basu

 

Ayushmann Khurrana

Dream Girl - Raaj Shaandilyaa

Bala - Amar Kaushik
Gulabo Sitabo - Shoojit Sircar
Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan - Hitesh Kewalya

 

Ranbir Kapoor

Brahmastra - Ayan Mukherji 

Shamshera - Karan Malhotra

Luv Ranjan’s untitled film - Luv Ranjan

 

Kartik Aaryan

#AajKal - Imtiaz Ali

Pati Patni Aur Woh - Mudassar Aziz

Dostana 2 - Collin D. Cunha

Anees Bazmee’s untitled film - Anees Bazmee

 

Tiger Shroff

War - Siddharth Anand

Baaghi 3 - Ahmed Khan

Rambo - Siddharth Anand

Amitabh Bachchan

Brahmastra – Karan Johar

Jhund – Nagraj Manjule

Chehre – Rumi Jaffery

Gulabo Sitabo – Shoojit Sircar

 

Vicky Kaushal

Sardar Udham Singh – Shoojit Sircar

Bhoot Part One: The Haunted Ship – Bhanu Pratap Singh

Takht – Karan Johar

 

John Abraham

Batla House – Nikhil Advani

Pagalpanti – Anees Bazmee

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Be it making stunning appearances at different events or just enjoying her regular outing in the city, Malaika Arora slays at anything and everything she does. She manages to get our attention with her looks from every spotting. 

Post returning from the Maldives, Malaika is back to her everyday routine of hitting the gym. The stunner was snapped entering her gym this afternoon flaunting yet another cool look.  Malaika donned a slogan white t-shirt which she paired with tiny grey shorts. She tied her hair in a low bun and completed her look with a pair of sunnies. Quite hot!


Scroll through her full gallery below.

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Tiger Shroff has always been a huge fan of Hrithik Roshan. He also looks at Hrithik as an inspiration. And now we know that the feeling is mutual. Just like Tiger, Hrithik also feels that Tiger is a powerhouse of talent. 

Hrithik and Tiger will soon be seen together in Siddharth Anand’s War. During a recent interview, Hrithik praised Tiger saying that Tiger is a powerhouse of talent and anything that he’d say about the actor will be less. He shared that he had a blast shooting for this film with Tiger and his words won't do justice to the kind of talent he possesses. 



Reportedly, Hrithik and Tiger shot for a high-octane action sequence at the highest peak in Portuguese. Given the fact that War is a hardcore action film, the makers surely must’ve have made some never-seen-before action sequences with Tiger and Hrithik together.

Presently, Hrithik Roshan is riding high on the success of Super 30 which has zoomed past the 100 crore mark on day 10. While Hrithik has admitted that super 30 was one of the most challenging roles for him, the success of the film brought out the same emotions that he experienced post the success of his debut film, Kaho Na Pyaar Hai.


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