Race 3 is one of the most awaited movies of 2018 as Salman Khan will be back action once again.
The earlier films in the franchise, which had Saif Ali Khan in the lead, were blockbusters.
With Salman Khan headlining the third installment, the makers have promised the film to be high on action and romance.
After wrapping up the first schedule in Mumbai a few days ago, the Race 3 cast including Salman Khan, Bobby Deol and Daisy Shah among others has headed to Bangkok.
The cast will be reportedly shooting a song during their Bangkok schedule.
After the blockbuster hit Kick, Salman Khan and Jacqueline Fernandez will be reuniting on screen for the first time with Race 3. Apart from Salman Khan, the film also stars Anil Kapoor, and Saqib Saleem.
Nain Phisal Gaye, the magical song from the movie Welcome To New York is here and it makes us all experience love like never before! 😉
This romantic song, featuring Salman Khan & Sonakshi Sinha, has been composed by Sajid Wajid & voiced by Payal Dev. The lyricist of the song is Kausar Munir.
Welcome To New York’ is a heartfelt, rib-tickling comedy that tells the story of two unlikely youngsters living in India in search of a better life for themselves. An unexpected trip to New York City sets them off on a comedic adventure that changes their lives forever.
Producers: Vashu Bhagnani, Deepshika Deshmukh, Jacky Bhagnani, Andre Timmins, Viraf Sarkari and Sabbas Joseph Music Label: Pooja Music
After bringing on Rs. 10.26 crore on Friday, Pad Man had a task in hand to jump well on Saturday. This is what happened as the film saw good rise in momentum, what with Rs. 13.68 crore more coming in. This has now given the film a solid platform to score a weekend of around Rs. 40 crore since Rs. 23.94 crore have already been collected.
The film was always headed this way once the reports starting coming out by Friday evening. While critics have given a unanimous thumbs up to the film, audience reaction was positive too and hence it was pretty much on the cards that word of mouth would keep the film going. An even bigger jump would have further helped the case but nonetheless the trajectory is right for the film currently and that is setting it up well for the weekend.
Unveiling the most awaited official trailer of Welcome To New York starring Sonakshi Sinha, Diljit Dosanjh, Karan Johar, Boman Irani & Lara Dutta.
The film is directed by Chakri Toleti Welcome To New York’ is a heartfelt, rib-tickling comedy that tells the story of two unlikely youngsters living in India in search of a better life for themselves.
An unexpected trip to New York City sets them off on a comedic adventure that changes their lives forever.
Producers: Vashu Bhagnani, Deepshika Deshmukh, Jacky Bhagnani, Andre Timmins, Viraf Sarkari and Sabbas Joseph
This Valentine’s, Gulshan Kumar Presents a T-Series and Luv Films production “Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety” a Luv Ranjan film written by Rahul Mody and Luv Ranjan Produced by Bhushan Kumar Krishan Kumar Luv Ranjan Ankur Garg. Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety declares an open war between Bromance and Romance.
The film’s trailer is a funny glimpse of the dilemma a man goes through when presented with a choice between his best friend and girlfriend.
Star Cast – Kartik Aaryan, Nushrat Bharucha & Sunny Singh
Director- Luv Ranjan Story – Luv Ranjan
Written By – Rahul Mody & Luv Ranjan
Produced By – Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar, Luv Ranjan, Ankur Garg
Director of Photography – Sudhir K. Chaudhary
Film Editor – Akiv Ali
Background Score – Hitesh Sonik
Director of Choreography – Bosco Caesar
Costume – Niharika Jolly
Casting Director – Vicky Sidana Creative
Director – Anshul Sharma & Rahul Mody
Songs – Rochak Kohli, Yo Yo Honey Singh, Amaal Mallik, Zack Knight & Saurabh – Vaibhav
Lyrics – Kumaar, Yo Yo Honey Singh & Swapnil Tiwari Sound – Sohel Sanwari
Line Producer (Delhi) – Ravi Sarin
Production Design – Sukant Panigrahy & Dipankar Dasgupta
Art Director – Tarpan Shrivastava
President – Marketing, Media & Publishing (T-Series) – Vinod Bhanushali
Senior Vice President Films (T-Series) – Shiv Chanana
President – Digital & Legal (T-Series) – Neeraj Kalyan
Aiyaary (English: Ultimate Trickery) is a 2018 Indian Hindi-language action thriller film, written and directed by Neeraj Pandey. Produced by Shital Bhatia, Dhaval Gada & Motion Picture Capital and distributed by Reliance Entertainment, Plan C Studios, Friday Filmworks & Pen India Limited. The film features Sidharth Malhotra, Manoj Bajpayee, Rakul Preet Singh, Pooja Chopra, Adil Hussain, Kumud Mishra, Naseeruddin Shah and Anupam Kher in lead roles.
The film was announced in April 2017. It was shot in Delhi, London, Kashmir, Cairo and more. Aiyaary is directed by Neeraj Pandey.
Akshay Kumar for long has been championing social and nationalist causes in his films with TOILET: EK PREM KATHA, AIRLIFT, JOLLY LLB 2, HOLIDAY, BABY, NAAM SHABANA, among others. It would be safe to say that the actor has carved his niche with integrating pertinent issues in commercial cinema space, leading to few of his detractors limiting him to that particular category. Akshay, who also is one of the most bankable stars in the business currently, returns to the big screen with R Balki’s PAD MAN based on the issues, relating to menstruation, faced by underprivileged women in rural India. The film is produced by Twinkle Khanna’s Mrs Funnybones Movies and has Sonam Kapoor and Radhika Apte in lead roles along with Kumar.
So yes, with all this hoopla around PAD MAN, it is only logical to expect a lot from the film. Does it meet our collective expectations? Read on to find that out. We have you covered.
The film revolves around life of Lakshmikant Chauhan (Akshay Kumar) based out of a village in Madhya Pradesh and his inspiring journey of spreading awareness about menstruation and smashing taboos associated with it in the conservative society. Now, first of all let us all agree that it was indeed brave of Akshay to touch upon this subject, given his massy appeal. There is a probability that aam junta might shy away from watching the film because of its unconventional content. But the makers have made sure that there is enough publicity going around which will make people shun their ignorance and embrace this cause wholeheartedly. So, a newly married Lakshmi is a welder but extremely curious about female menstruation and is disturbed by the lack of sanitation or awareness around it. It all starts when he finds out that his wife Gayatri (Radhika Apte) uses dirty cotton cloth for the lack of sanitary pads during her periods. He then fashions a cotton pad and persuades his wife to use the same. Despite repeated attempts, he fails to make a sustainable napkin. His relentless pursuit to make the perfect sanitary napkin leads his entire family to disown him until he manages to convince the society that menstrual hygiene is a burning topic which needs to be addressed.
Akshay Kumar is at his natural best in the garb of a village bumpkin Lakshmi. The supporting cast of Radhika Apte, Mrunmayee Gokhale and Jyoti Subhash are brilliant, complementing his performance. The first half is filled with a lot of bittersweet moments between Akshay and Radhika but one scene that stood out for us was just before the interval. Lakshmi, in an attempt to make a full proof napkin, attaches an animal blood pouch to his waist making the blood drip steadily into his handmade pad. Thinking that his job is done, he happily strides away only to realise to his dismay that the pad is leaking. The mere sight of Akshay taking a plunge into the nearby river with soiled pants is moving, impactful and breaks stereotypes in every way possible. It is indeed brave for a mainstream Hindi film hero to attempt something like this. The dialogues written by Swanand Kirkire and R. Balki are funny, emotional, bringing out a very earthy side of the lead hero. Though we felt that Lakshmi’s UN speech could have been shorter.
In the second half, director R. Balki slips a little bit as the film gets too technical showing Lakshmi building a pad manufacturing machine from scratch. The editing treatment given to these bits by Chandan Arora could have been tighter. Also, Sonam Kapoor’s entry is a little too convenient and the way she begins her association with the PAD MAN Akshay is a tad bit filmy. Sonam tries to deliver an honest performance as a confidante and marketing guru to Akshay’s character but there is little focus on her in the movie. She however tries to make the best of what she has, engaging us for most part. Despite saying this, a love angle created by the makers between her and Akshay seemed forced and unnecessary.
The screenplay (R. Balki) is quite engaging and entertaining. It sure drops at a few places but eventually manages to pick and keep you glued to the story.
Since this film, which is inspired by the life of Tamil Nadu’s social entrepreneur Arunachalam Muruganantham, is adapted to suit North Indian sensibilities for greater viewership, PAD MAN is shot across scenic locales of Maheshwar, Indore and Mahu in Madhya Pradesh. PC Sreeram has done an excellent job with the cinematography. The camera work is beautiful and expansive capturing the simplicity of the lifestyle of the people living there. One finds a massy connect in the way characters are treated as far as their costumes, dialogues and overall appeal is considered.