‘Rajneeti’ has released and is finding a high profile arrival for itself in theaters. An event of sorts, the film is also special because it has hit the theatres a good five years after Prakash Jha’s last film ‘Apaharan’. From
Rajneeti director Prakash Jha calls it a modern day Mahabharata based on Indian politics. But the Congress party has reportedly raised several objections to what it saw as depictions of Sonia Gandhi.
Till about a year back, if someone would have stated that a Prakash Jha film would possibly revive an ailing Bollywood, he would have been scoffed at. However, given the current situation when the film promises a solid content coupled
Rajneeti, the Prakash Jha movie, has run into many controversies so far. In its early phase, Nana Patekar walked out of the project and stopped shooting for the film. Then it had faced allegations by a script writer Yogendra Konkar,
Mumbai, (BollywoodNewsWorld.com) “Raajneeti” has finally got a UA certificate but not without some vital scenes, including Arjun Rampal and Katrina Kaif’s “aesthetically shot love making scene” that director Prakash Jha says was “absolutely essential”, being edited out. “It was a
New Delhi, After being dogged by a slew of controversies, Prakash Jha’s upcoming political drama “Raajneeti” has now landed in censorship trouble. The censor board is still undecided whether to give it a U or U/A certificate. Jha has also
Katrina Kaif, Ranbir Kapoor, director Prakash Jha, Arjun Rampal and Manoj Bajpayee, at a press meet for Bollywood film “Rajneeti” in JW Marriott, Mumbai.
New Delhi, If interacting with stars Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif was a dream for you, realise it now. You can interact with them about their forthcoming movie “Raajneeti” through a voice blogging service. The service is being introduced by
Mumbai, “Raajneeti” will be screened at the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) awards, starting June 3 in Colombo and director Prakash Jha is panicky because he has to record a patriotic song before his political thriller goes on its global
Gurgaon, Filmmaker Prakash Jha, who has a penchant for realistic cinema, says his upcoming dark political drama “Raajneeti” on which he has been working since the past four years, is his most complete film ever. “Rajneeti’ has been a long