Jackpot is an upcoming Bollywood movie featuring Naseeruddin Shah, Sachiin Joshi, Sunny Leone among others. It’s directed by Kaizad Gustad. Jackpot will release on 13th December 2013. Synopsis: Jackpot, a fast paced thriller con full jhol film starring Naseeruddin Shah,
BollywoodNewsWorld.com, Salman Khan may star with actors Naseeruddin Shah and Tabu in the Hindi remake of the Telugu hit ‘Stalin’ titled ‘Radhe’. Sources have revealed that the two actors are in talks to feature in this film, which will be
Sometimes strict, sometimes fun and sometimes a disciplinarian- a bevy of Bollywood actors including Amitabh Bachchan, Naseeruddin Shah and Shah Rukh Khan immortalised various avatars of teachers on big screen. On the occasion of Teacher’s Day Sep 5, IANS lists
Speaking on NDTV’s Your Call, the actor says he’s content with his work but adds that money and not good films is priority in Bollywood. Naseeruddin Shah says working with Vidya Balan in The Dirty Picture was fun.
Vidya Balan’s no-holds-barred performance in “The Dirty Picture” has received an overwhelming response and has managed to earn net Rs.20.32 crore at the domestic box office since its release Friday. “The response is fantabulous. We are doing well in A,
Vidya Balan, Naseeruddin Shah, Emraan Hashmi, Tusshar Kapoor
Vidya Balan, Emraan Hashmi, Naseeruddin Shah, Tusshar Kapoor, Bappi Lahiri performing live on the music launch of their upcoming film “The Dirty Picture”.
The Dirty Picture is the upcoming movie Based on the biopic of the southern siren Silk Smitha, this movie has film stars like Vidya Balan, Emraan Hashmi, Naseeruddin Shah, Tusshar Kapoor. This film is directed by Milan Luthria, produced by
Imagine a make-up girl who became an extra and then the most wanted heroine of the early 80s. Chronicling the meteoric rise and steep fall of the erstwhile screen sensation, The Dirty Picture is set against the colorful and entertaining
It’s quality over quantity for Naseeruddin Shah, a versatile actor who has spent 35 years breathing life into innumerable, well-etched out characters on the big screen. The National Award winner admits he is getting better roles now than ever, but