Entertainment: Golmaal Again with Tabu and Ajay 

Film star Tabu, who will be seen next in ‘Golmaal Again’, blamed Ajay Devgan for being single in her life

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Bollywood actress Tabu is all set to return to comedy with Rohit Shetty’s Golmaal Again. The 45-year-old actress spilled the beans about her single status and the unique relationship that she shares with Ajay Devgan.

Tabu blamed actor Ajay Devgan for being single in an interview with the Mumbai Mirror. Speaking about her Golmaal Again co-star Ajay, she said, “Yes, Ajay and I have known each other for 25 years. He was my cousin Sameer Arya’s neighbour and close buddy. When I was young, Sameer and Ajay would spy on me, follow me around and threaten to beat up any boys who are caught talking to me. They were the big bullies and if I am single today, it is because of Ajay. I hope he repents and regrets what he did.”

Further adding, she said, “I told him the other day to please find me a boy to marry, but jokes aside, our relationship has grown because we have worked so much with each other. The atmosphere on set when he’s around is stress-free. We share a unique relationship and an unconditional affection.”

Talking about her upcoming comedy Golmaal Again, Tabu said, “I’ve wanted to do a light-hearted film for a long time, more so because my mother was fed up of me doing rona-dhona roles”.

Tabu will be seen romancing Ajay Devgan in the film produced by Ajay Devgn FFilms.

Imtiaz captures love of Bruno & Juliet

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The poster of Imtiaz Ali’s short film Bruno & Juliet

Bollywood filmmaker Imtiaz Ali has come up with a short film which is based on the conventional love story of two dogs. Ali has collaborated with Royal Stag Barrel Select Large Short films for the film, Bruno and Juliet.

An unusual friendship and an unspoken love between two dogs, Bruno and Juliet, has been depicted in the film. Large Short Films also shared the short film on Twitter.

Speaking about the film Ali said, “Bruno and Juliet is a conventional love story, the film explores the basic need of two lovers to unite, this is the only film where the lovers are Dogs.”

Adding to this, director of the film, Khawar Jamsheed said, “Bruno and Juliet is very special to me. It is about an unlikely friendship between two unlikely protagonists. I used to observe dogs in my neighborhood closely and found their friendship very fascinating. So, I picked up my camera and started following the dogs filming them for 22 days.”

The film was released on the YouTube channel, Large Short Films on Thursday.

Partition: 1947 trailer releases

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A glimpse of the film’s poster shared by Huma Qureshi

Bollywood actress Huma Qureshi and British filmmaker Gurinder Chaddha have joined hands for their upcoming film Viceroys House which will release under the title Partition: 1947 in India. The trailer of the film was launched on Thursday. Filmmaker Gurinder Chaddha shared the trailer on Twitter.

Glimpses of Lord Mountbatten’s swearing in, his conversations with Jawaharlal Nehru, Gandhi and Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the romance between two Indians who work with the British and the tensions over partition can be seen in the trailer.

The film which has already been released in Britain, also stars Downton Abbey star Hugh Bonneville, Gillian Anderson and the late Om Puri.

Speaking about working with Om Puri on the trailer launch, Huma said, “I think my best scenes in the film are with Om Puri. He played my father in the film and I would like to thank Gurinder for giving me such a lovely on-screen father. From the first meeting, he was such a wonderful person to be with.”

The film is slated to release on August 18, 2017.

Ittefaq It Happened One Night posters out

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The first look of the film Ittefaq-It Happened One

The first look of Sonakshi Sinha-Sidharth Malhotra starrer Ittefaq-It Happened One Night has been released on Friday. The film is the remake of Yash Chopra’s 1969 murder mystery Ittefaq. Since Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan had already picked up the remake rights of Ittefaq, the film was renamed to its current title.

Abhay chopra, the director of the film, shared the film’s posters on Twitter.

Bollywood actor Akshaye Khanna will be playing a key role in the film. The film is scheduled to release on November 3.

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Published: 30 Jun 2017, 7:02 PM