Finally, the long wait for Golmaal Again’s trailer is over as the makers have released the film’s trailer and we can’t stop laughing. Director Rohit Shetty is releasing the film on Diwali and the trailer has given a hope that the film will brighten the festival.
The trailer gives us a glimpse of the amazing chemistry between the stars and we’re absolutely loving it. Starring Ajay Devgn, Tabu, Parineeti Chopra, Kunal Kemmu, Arshad Warsi, Shreyas Talpade and Tusshar Kapoor, the film is a horror-comedy.
The trailer stands true to the film’s tagline–“Iss Diwali Logic Nahi Sirf Magic.” Here is the trailer of the film. The film is all set to release on October 20.
Golmaal Again is yet another fun filled ride about two gangs who are unable to stand each other since their childhood and how they repulse each other even after they grow up. It is yet another hilarious adventure with its fair share of thrills that are sure to surprise the audience and fill their hearts with laughter and joy. It is a film that will surely make everyone laugh, cry and realize the importance of how beautiful life is.
Newton, a black comedy on the foibles of democracy, has been chosen to represent India in the Best Foreign Language category at the 90th Academy Awards next year, the Film Federation of India announced on Friday.
The movie, which released commercially across the country on Friday, is Amit Masurkar's second directorial venture and features Rajkummar Rao, Pankaj Tripathi, Raghubir Yadav, Anjali Patil and Sanjay Mishra.
The announcement came as a double celebration for the film's team, director Masurkar said.
“ We are really happy. The fact that the film is releasing today doubles the happiness. We hope that people will now really head to the cinema halls to watch the film,” he said.
For Rao, who has been enjoying a great run in the movies this year, the news was the proverbial "cherry on the cake".
“ It is a really honest film and we are already getting an overwhelming response. We will put all our energies to take the film forward,” said the actor.
The 90th Academy Awards will be held on March 4, 2018, in Los Angeles.
Reportedly, the three newly released major Hindi films Bhoomi, Haseena Parkar and Newton have got stumped by regional films. In main its Telugu film Jai Lava Kusa doing the damage which has opened huge in its home market of South but even in Mumbai it is scoring over Haseena Parkar and Bhoomi. The all India opening day of Jai Lava Kusa could be among the top ten of all time at a national level but that will only be known on Saturday. In the North, Punjabi film Nikka Zaildar has taken a good opening and is easily beating the Hindi films in Punjab and parts of Delhi. There is also Kingsman - The Golden Circle in the mix which is top film in some parts of the country and on an all India basis this has a better occupancy than the Hindi films.
If we compare the Hindi films then Bhoomi is leading in most parts of the country followed by Haseena Parkar and then Newton. In Mumbai , Haseena Parkar has taken a better opening than Bhoomi but in most other parts Bhoomi is ahead. Surprisingly a film like Newton has opened better than Haseena Parkar in some Delhi multiplexes which is not a plus for Newton but shows how bad the collections of Haseena Parkar are in North India, reported Boxofficeindia.com.
Actor Kate Winslet is all set to star in a biopic of Lee Miller, the renowned American photographer and correspondent who was a leading figure in chronicling World War II for Vogue magazine.
The 41-year-old actor will play the model-artiste, who brought the world's attention to the atrocities committed in the Nazi concentration camps through her photographs.
The film will narrate the life story of Miller, as told by her son, Antony Penrose, in the only authorised biography, The Lives of Lee Miller.
It will be fully funded by eOne and produced by Troy Lum and Andrew Mason of Hopscotch Features alongside Winslet.
“ I am delighted to work with Kate Winslet, eOne and Hopscotch to share the life story of my mother, Lee Miller. Their integrity and respect for the truth has earned them the absolute trust of myself and my family and we have allowed access to all aspects of our lives and history through interviews, our personal papers and material held in The Lee Miller Archives and The Roland Penrose Archive, the latter being part of The Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh,” Penrose said.
Winslet has earlier worked in another film set against the backdrop of WWII, Reader (2008) for which she received the Oscar for Best Actress.
With this biopic, she will join a growing league of British female actors who are set to play noted war correspondents.
With inputs from PTI