After working in movies like “Love Aaj Kal” and “Aarakshan”, actress Deepika Padukone has once again teamed with Saif Ali Khan in “Cocktail”. She feels the 41-year-old is one actor who fits romantic roles perfectly even after so many years
Britain-based Indian filmmaker Gurinder Chadha sports a new look and is ready to wear the director’s hat again. She’ll soon begin filming a movie on partition, to be shot in Delhi and Jodhpur, and is keen to rope in Bollywood
Director duo Abbas-Mustan’s multi-starrer thriller “Race 2″ will be released Jan 25 next year. The makers promise more grandeur and thrill in the movie, a sequel to the 2008 movie “Race”. “We felt it was just the right date to
Saif Ali Khan’s home production “Agent Vinod” has earned Rs.10 crore on the first day, and is the actor’s biggest solo opening so far. Made at a budget of Rs.50 crore, the film has been shot in Morocco, Russia and
Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan and actress Kareena Kapoor promoting their next film Agent Vinod in Kurla at Mumbai.
Actor-producer Saif Ali Khan isn’t perturbed over Pakistan banning “Agent Vinod”, saying that very little revenue would be lost by the restriction imposed on his home production, which is releasing Friday. “We have lost some revenue, just around Rs.1 crore.
Actor Saif Ali Khan and his onscreen and off-screen lady Kareena Kapoor made their first public appearance together to promote their soon-to-release film, Agent Vinod.
After playing a simple Dalit man in “Aarakshan”, actor Saif Ali Khan returns as a spy in the thriller “Agent Vinod”, which is releasing Friday. The film, made at a budget of approximately Rs.60 crore, has been shot in Russia
They may be a couple in real life, but on screen Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor are about to clash over item numbers in the film “Agent Vinod”. Who does it better? Many are asking if Kareena’s mujra song,
From a game to a graphic book to a 12-city tour, Saif Ali Khan is using every possible marketing tool to promote his newest production “Agent Vinod”. The actor-producer says marketing is expensive but vital to a film’s success. “We