Popular Marathi actress Priya Bapat is all set to make her International debut with Aditya Kripalani's directorial venture Father Like . Well, the project is indeed a special one for the Timepass 2 actress, as she will be seen playing the role of a lesbian girl opposite Soni fame Geetika Vidya. Priya, who is playing Sarah in the film, will be shown in a long-distance relationship through the lockdown with Geetika's character Serena in Singapore. Recently, in an interview with Mumbai Mirror, Priya Bapat shared her first impression about Father Like and feels excited to be a part of it. Priya is not from a Hindi background, hence it is quite challenging for her, but she is indeed enjoying the process. "For a first, I was given a deeper insight of the movie, with different stages and how my character evolves. And there are very few like Aditya, who invest so much emotionally in the movie and the cast, during the entire process," the Time Please actress … [Read more...] about Priya Bapat To Play A Lesbian Girl Opposite Geetika Vidya In Her International Debut Film Father Like
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Sridevi grew up before our very own eyes! From debuting as a four-year-old actress in Tamil films to making a smashing comeback after a 15-year hiatus from acting, Sridevi's cinematic journey has been a long and illustrious one. Here's looking at the actress and her ever-changing filmi avatars over the years. Sridevi started her acting career with the Sivaji Ganesan starrer Kandan Karunai in 1967. She went on to act in several other Tamil films including Nam Nadu and Bharatha Niwas . Her last film as a child actor was Avalukku Nihar Avale in 1974. The Bollywood debutante Sridevi made her adult debut in Hindi films with the 1975 hit Julie . She played Irene, the younger sister of protagonist Julie, played by Laxmi. Sadma With her third Hindi film Sadma , Sridevi showcased her acting skills and received her first Filmfare nomination for the Best Actress award. She played Neha Malhotra, a young woman who loses her … [Read more...] about The Changing Faces Of Sridevi
Kangana Ranaut’s performance in ‘Queen’, won her the National Award for Best Actress in 2014. Celebrating seven years of the iconic film, Kangana opened up about how she thought that hte film would never release. “After almost a decade long struggle I was told I am too good an actor to be a Bollywood leading lady, curly hair and vulnerable voice made it worse, I signed Queen thinking this will never release, signed it for money with that money I went to film school in New York.” Speaking about her journey in US and how she nearly became a filmmaker there, Kangana added, “In New York I studied screenwriting, directed a small film in California at the age of 24 which gave me a breakthrough in Hollywood , after seeing my work a big agency hired me as a director, I buried all my acting ambitions, did not have the courage to return to India. Bought a small house in the outskirts of LA in Calabasas, just when I left everything, Queen released, changed my life and Indian … [Read more...] about Kangana Ranaut reveals she was hired as a director in Hollywood but ‘Queen’ changed her life!
'There will never be another like her,' notes Subhash K Jha. IMAGE: Sridevi in Sadma . Three years have gone by since we lost Sridevi, but not a day passes when we are not reminded of her. That snatch of a song from Sadma ... The cute quirky clipping from Judaai ... That melodramatic confrontation scene with the late Smita Patil in the long-forgotten Nazrana , which Raveena's dad Ravi Tandon directed... I know of no other actor in the world who could rise so much above the script. How did she do it? The great Kamal Haasan once told me it was the art of mimicry: "She is a fantastic observer. Whenever she worked with me, she would observe and absorb and then use the quirks and punctuation from my performance to create her own grammar." IMAGE: Sridevi and Jeetendra in Himmatwala . Nobody knows what Sridevi's secret formula for her onscreen performances were. But whatever it was, it was magic. She could take the silliest of scenes in the … [Read more...] about Reliving Sridevi’s MAGIC
When Armaan Malik finished recording ‘Butta Bomma’, he did not feel the electricity coursing through his veins or stars exploding in his gut. It was normal; like any other song recording, he says. He had no idea that the track, composed by S Thaman for the Allu Arjun starrer Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo , would be viewed over half a billion times on YouTube within a year of its release. ‘Viral’ is perhaps among the most liberally used words on the Internet. But should there be a benchmark? When Anirudh Ravichander and Dhanush’s ‘Why This Kolaveri Di?’ crossed over three million views on YouTube within a week of its release, it was a big moment in Tamil pop-culture. But that was 2011. Now, crossing a million views is common. However, you can’t find the right ingredients to make a song that will get 500 million views on YouTube like how ‘Butta Bomma’ did. On occasions, one gets a hunch if their creation will be popular. Dhanush predicted, based on the use of ‘Tanglish’ words and the … [Read more...] about Singer Armaan Malik tries to explain why ‘Butta Bomma’ went viral