Showing posts from March, 2014

O Teri! Politicos storm cinema house!!

While the nation gears up to choose its next Prime Minister through the Lok Sabha elections that are just around the corner, producer Atul Agnihotri has held up a mirror against the citizens of India in general and politicians in particular in the form of his film O Teri featuring Pulkit Samrat, Bilal Amrohi, Sarah Jane Dias, Anupam Kher, Mandira Bedi and Salman Khan in the title track. Naturally, the promos of the film which blatantly pointed at a massive scam that was exposed a few years ago caught the attention of political parties and raised their curiosity towards the film. After flooding Agnihotri with phone calls demanding to know details about the film, some went a step ahead and landed at the cinemas to catch the first show on Friday to ensure that the film didn't damage their chances in the polls. Exhibitor Akshaye Rathi said, “When a leader of the youth wing of a national political party landed up at one of our cinemas with a dozen of his supporters and demanded to w…

Jaacky Bhagnani and KD Pathak to solve a baffling case in Sony TV’s Adaalat

Sony Entertainment Television’s courtroom drama Adaalat has a new guest this weekend. In tonight’s episode, KD Pathak will be seen sharing space with the talented actor Jackky Bhagnani for the promotion of his upcoming movie Youngistaan. This special episode will revolve around a murder taking place where a woman named Saku Bai is accused for the murder of Shikha. All the evidence go against Sakhu Bai.  MLA Abhimanyu (Jackky Bhagnani) takes up the case and comes to KD to find out on the further investigation.KD finds out that the people around think that Saku bai does black magic and we see black magic paraphernalia present in Shikha’s house and Saku Bai killed her husband as an offering to God. A man named Mangat claims he is Saku Bai’s boyfriend whereas Saku Bai denies knowing him. The confusion adds on when the cops catch her at Mangat’s house with Shikha’s jewellery. What is this confusion about? Does she really practice black magic? How will KD solve the case now? To …


FoxStar Studios' Cuckoo has opened strong in its opening weekend making it the highest grossing opening for a Tamil film without a big star cast in the last 5 years.   Co-produced with The Next Big Film, Cuckoo is the  fourth hit for Fox Star in the Tamil market.  Previous hits include Raja Rani, Vathikuchi and Engaeyum Eppothum (US grosses waiting for Dmitry).  Cuckoo is a heartwarming love story between a blind couple.  Director Raju Murugan said, “I am grateful to the fraternity and the audiences for such a warm reception to the film. I could have never imagined this love and affection and such a huge success at the box office, for a film that was being directed by a debutant and did not boast of any big star power. I am thankful to Fox Star Studios and Next Big Films for showing faith in me and in my two powerhouse performers- Dinesh and Malavika, for coming up one of with the most memorable performances of 2014!” Cuckoo is also Fox Star Studios first film pos…

Sony PIX Movie Highlights (30th March to 5th April 2014)