Amrita Rao donning a bold avatar in the Bollywood movie Short Kut had astounded many. However the actress, who is best recognized for portraying the image of a traditional Indian girl on the silver screen, claims that she is not
'Short Kut' not funny enough. The makers of "Short Kut" don't even know how to spell 'cut' let alone cut the film into a shape that can be considered entertaining, let alone enticing.
New Delhi, Delhi High Court Thursday allowed Bollywood actor and producer Anil Kapoor to release his film “Short Kut” after he agreed to pay Rs.3,500,000 (Rs.35 lakh) to another producer who claimed to have copyright over the title of the
Mumbai, She has been hogging the limelight for her dare to bare act in “Short Kut: The Con Is On” that releases Friday. But Amrita Rao says she believes in hardwork and not taking shortcuts to achieve success in life.
Mumbai, If the original cast of “Short Kut – The Con Is On” would have remained intact, audiences would have seen Anil Kapoor playing the role that Akshaye Khanna now essays. Also, Arshad was a late entry into the project
New Delhi, July 1 (IANS) The Hindi film industry is infamous for lifting Hollywood movies, but it has often been inspired by cinema content from southern India as well. With forthcoming movies like “Kambakkht Ishq”, “Short Kut – The Con