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Gully Boy trailer proves that rap is the new rock ‘n roll

Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt star in leading roles

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What movie will Aamir Khan star in after Thugs of Hindostan?

Thugs of Hindostan will release on November 7

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‘The Nun’ delivers best opening in ‘Conjuring’ series with heavenly $53.5 million

The first four movies in Warner Bros.’ “Conjuring” franchise — “The Conjuring,” “Annabelle,” “The Conjuring 2,” and “Annabelle: Creation” — have generated over $1.1 billion globally

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Karwaan – a light-hearted journey of self-discovery

Usually, films revolving around deaths are dull, slow and boring with a limited audience that likes to cry their heart out for no valid reason. Akarsh Khurana’s Karwaan is nothing like that because here, an accidental death brings three different kinds of people together who might not have met each other in normal circumstances. And…

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Kristen Stewart to star in new, female-directed ‘Charlie’s Angels’

“Charlie’s Angels” are returning to the big screen next year for a third outing, this time with a female director and a multi-racial trio of women led by Kristen Stewart.

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Jackpot pushes the industry back by decades

Gone are the days when toilet humor, spontaneous one-liners and lost-and-found theme used to appease the audience; with the passage of time they have grown up while our filmmakers have chosen to stay inside their cocoon which sadly is stuck in the 1980s. Jackpot is one such film which would have been a hit had…

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Smaller in size, bigger in impact

They may be small but Ant-Man and The Wasp are as big a threat to bad guys as any other Marvel superheroes. In the sequel to Ant-Man, they share the title, the action sequences and the credits when it comes to bringing back the original Wasp who went missing in the Quantum realm 30 years…

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Jacks of all trades: sports stars who starred in movies

Many sports personalities have shown that their talents are not restricted to their respective sports by starring in movies. Many known athletes have gone on to make films and display their acting skills. SAMAA Digital lists several famous sports stars who have gone on to become actors. Brett Lee The Australian fast bowler played the…

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Race 3 – When Salman Khan decides to play Sikandar

                          There are two kinds of Salman Khan – one that plays a character in a movie and the other that is a character in one. For the worst part of his career, Sallu played characters and his films flopped but once he…

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‘Incredibles 2’ makes heroic N. America box office debut

“Incredibles 2,” the long-awaited return of a quirky animated superhero family from Disney-Pixar, reigned supreme at the North American box office, raking in a record $180 million in its debut, industry estimates showed Sunday. It was the highest ever opening for an animated film in the US and Canada, easily besting the $135 million debut…

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For the love of Star Wars

    By Omair Alavi Han Solo is to Star Wars what Clint Eastwood’s Man With No Name was to Spaghetti Westerns – no matter how hard you try, you can’t disassociate one from the other. In Solo – A Star Wars Story, we get to know about the backstory of Han Solo who goes…

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Sunny Leone plays warrior in war drama

Bollywood item girl Sunny Leone is going to play the role of a warrior in her debut Telugu movie “Veermahadevi”. In a poster released by the film producer, Sunny Leone is riding a horse and hundreds of warriors appear ready to start a war in her background. The makers of the period war drama had…

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‘Thackeray’ star apologizes to former girlfriends

The versatile Indian actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui has apologized to his former girlfriends for portraying them in his memoir. Siddiqui’s book An Ordinary Life: A Memoir was released in India last year. In an interview with Scroll.in, Nawazuddin Siddiqui said it was “a bad experience in his life” and he made a huge mistake. “I have…

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Anupam Kher to play Indian PM in biopic

MUMBAI: Anupam Kher is to play former Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh in the upcoming biopic, The Accidental Prime Minister. The first look of his character made the rounds on the internet. In the 1990s, Pakistani filmmaker Jameel Dehlvi planned to make a film on Benazir Bhutto. Shabana Azmi was to play the role and…

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Filmstar Muhammad Ali being remembered today

LAHORE: The 12th death anniversary of famous film star Muhammad Ali is being observed on Monday (March 19). He was born in Rampur, India on April 19, 1930 and died on March 19, 2006 in Lahore. He was known as Shahenshah-e-Jazbaat, means The Emperor of Emotions. He had starred in over 250 movies played heroes…

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Movies in competition at Berlin film festival

BERLIN: The Berlinale, Europe’s first major film festival of the year, will award its Golden and Silver Bear top prizes Saturday at a gala ceremony in the German capital. Nineteen pictures are vying for awards at the 68th edition from a jury led by German director Tom Tykwer (“Run Lola Run”, Netflix series “Babylon Berlin”)….

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Did movies inspire Indian woman who posed as man to marry for dowry?

NEWS DESK: Did these Indian movies inspire Sweety Sen, who allegedly dressed up as a man, and deceived two women into marrying her just so she could usurp their dowry? Watch here:

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‘Fifty Shades Freed’ Tops Box Office With $38.8 Million, ‘Peter Rabbit’ Hops to $25 Million

LOS ANGELES: Universal’s opening of “Fifty Shades Freed” is dominating North American moviegoing this weekend with a solid $38.8 million at 3,678 locations as cinemas await the arrival of “Black Panther.” Sony’s launch of family comedy “Peter Rabbit” wound up with a better-than-expected $25 million at 3,725 sites. Clint Eastwood’s thriller “The 15:17 to Paris”…

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Pancholi charged over Jiah Khan’s death

MUMBAI: A sessions court in Mumbai has framed charges against Bollywood actor Sooraj Pancholi for allegedly abetting actress Jiah Khan’s 2013 suicide. Judge framed charges against the 27-year-old actor under section 306 (abetment of suicide) of the Indian Penal Code, to which he pleaded not guilty. “Sooraj pleaded innocence and the examination of witnesses will…

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‘Maze Runner’ outruns ‘Jumanji’ to lead North American box offices

LOS ANGELES: Fox’s young-adult film “Maze Runner: The Death Cure” dashed past “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” as it opened this weekend in North American theaters, taking in an estimated $23.5 million after a strong showing overseas, website Exhibitor Relations reported. The dystopian sci-fi film, the third and last in the “Maze Runner” series, follows…

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