New Delhi, (BollywoodNewsWorld.com) Bollywood might have faced a low with close to Rs.700 crore (Rs.7 billion) losses this year, but it definitely had its high with hits like “Wanted”, “Dev D” and “Kaminey”. BollywoodNewsWorld.com picks 10 top Bollywood movies that
Kathmandu, (BollywoodNewsWorld.com) Actress Manisha Koirala, who left her home and the Nepali film industry two decades ago to carve out a niche in Bollywood, is now poised to make a comeback in Nepali films with “Rajniti”. The 39-year-old actor, who
New Delhi, Yash Raj Film’s “Rocket Singh – Salesman Of The Year”, slated for Dec 11 release in India, has been selected to be screened at the 6th edition of the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF). The film, starring Ranbir
New Delhi, The Indian entertainment and media industry is estimated to grow 11 percent annually to touch Rs.93,200 crore (Rs.932 billion/$18.6 billion) by 2013, a report released Suday said. The current size of the industry is estimated at Rs.60,000 crore
Mumbai, (BollywoodNewsWorld.com) The entire Bachchan clan was there as well as top Bollywood heroes and industrialist Anil Ambani. And why not, it was after all the premiere of the most awaited film, “Paa”, produced by the Bachchan’s AB Corp and
Paul Schrader, who has scripted cult films like ‘Taxi Driver’ and ‘Raging Bull’, talks about his decision to work on a Bollywood like film.
Here’s a look at some unique ways of fighting global warming Bollywood style.
Panaji, There is a common thread running through classics like Ridley Scott’s “Gladiator”, Stephen Spielberg’s “Munich” and Wolfgang Petersen’s “Troy”. All three films were shot in Malta, which is marketing itself as a cheap and diverse European film shooting destination
Mumbai, Aamir Khan and Katrina Kaif have launched “Cine Blitz Gold Love and Longing in the Hindi Cinema”, a coffee table book that pays tribute to the Hindi film industry. Both actors are excited about their look on the cover,
New Delhi, Bollywood may not be kind to married actresses, but they sure have a special place in the ad world. Their marital status helps these heroines sell a host of goods, especially household products like soaps, biscuits and washing