Varun Dhawan, Anushka Sharma Share A Great Camaraderie

New Delhi:The latest picture from the sets of upcoming film of Bollywood actors VarunDhawan and Anushka Sharma, Sui Dhaaga, is proof enough that they share a great camaraderie. Shared by photographer ManavMangalani on Instagram, the photo shows Varun and Anushka eating corn on a rainy day. They are shooting for the film somewhere near Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh.

Both actors have trained hard for their roles. The production house, Yash Raj Films, has in the past revealed pictures of both Varun and Anushka honing the skills required for the roles -- tailoring and stitching.

Sui Dhaaga is the story of a self-reliant tailor called Mauji, played by Varun, and an embroiderer named Mamta, played by Anushka. The film was rumoured to be based in part on the Prime Minister’s Make in India campaign, which championed local industries.


Makers Of Dhadak Release Behind-The-Scenes Video Showcasing Janhvi Kapoor And Ishaan Khatter Goofing Around

New Delhi: Dhadak marks the Bollywood debut of late Sridevi’s daughter Janhvi and Shahid Kapoor’s brother Ishaan. Weeks after receiving mixed responses for the trailer of the film, makers of Dhadak released a behind-the-scenes video showcasing the lead stars - Janhvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter - goofing around on the sets of the film.

In the new video of Dhadak featuring Ishaan Khatter and Janhvi Kapoor, the two speak about what they liked and disliked about each other. The fact that Janhvi touches everything constantly annoys Ishaan so much that he calls her ‘ungli’ (fingers). And Janhvi is no less. She doesn’t want to compliment Ishaan so when asked about his performance, she says it was okay.


Actor Bobby Deol Blames Himself For His Failure On The Big Screen

New Delhi: Actor Bobby Deol blames himself for his disappearance from the big screen. Deol made a comeback in Bollywood after four long years with Race 3 in which he will be sharing screen with Salman Khan.

Bobby had tasted success with the likes of Gupt: The Hidden Truth, Soldier and Ajnabee in the 1990s. But faced duds like Shakalaka Boom Boom among many others. He was last seen in Yamla Pagla Deewana 2 in 2013, alongside his father and veteran actor Dharmendra and sibling Sunny Deol.

“I only blame myself for disappearing in between. I had kind of given up. I felt demotivated, disheartened but looking around at my family I realised I cannot let them down.


‘Sanju’ Based On Life Of Sanjay Dutt ,The Most Awaited Film Of The Year

New Delhi: It is unquestionable to say that Ranbir Kapoor starrer 'Sanju' is one of the most awaited films of the year. The biopic has been in the news since its announcement. The songs and the trailer of the film have already created a lot of excitement among the audience.

The biopic chronicles the ups and downs of Sanjay Dutt's life. Ranbir Kapoor has already received a lot of appreciation for his uncanny resemblance in the biopic. Now to increase the excitement among the fans the makers have shared an interesting teaser from the film.

The teaser features Ranbir Kapoor as Munna Bhai – one of the most popular characters that Sanjay has played in his career. The clip showcases Ranbir Kapoor recreating an iconic scene from the hit film 'Munna Bhai M.B.B.S'. The teaser will surely leave you surprised and eager for the film.


Ranbir Kapoor Gets Busy Aggressively Promoting Biopic Of The Year -- ‘Sanju’

New Delhi:RanbirKapoor who is currently gearing up for his big release of one of the most anticipated biopics of this year ‘Sanju’ has been aggressively promoting the movie. The film is based on the dramatic life of Sanjay Dutt who has been involved in several controversies which shook the entire nation. Being one of those rare Bollywood celebrities who even served time in prison, Sanjay Dutt’s life will finally be shown on the big screen by RajkumarHirani with RnabirKapoor playing his role.

While interacting with a media portal, Ranbir spoke about his journey in Bollywood. His first film ‘Saawariya’ might not have done well at the box office, but his performance received immense accolades from the audience and the critics. Speaking about the film’s director Sanjay LeelBhansali, Ranbir revealed that he doesn’t do anything less than 45 takes, even if it was turning the head.