In conversation with Firstpost, fashion designer-turned-actor Masaba Gupta talks about taking her real life to celluloid, while mother Neena Gupta opens up about never getting her due in films, and finally being in a 'better space' after Badhaai Ho
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Season 2 of Four More Shots Please! expects the audience to throw judgement out of the window for them to enjoy a ride that is fun, sensitive, and unapologetic.
A Few Good Men, directed by Nadir Khan and starring Rajit Kapur, Ira Dubey and Neil Bhoopalam, will be staged at the fifth edition of Aadyam. Khan says that Aaron Sorkin's screenplay is relevant in the Indian context because of the themes it embodies — honour, formality, and blindly following orders
Kalki Koechlin, Gulshan Devaiah, Neil Bhoopalam, Jim Sarbh on starring in Eros Now original series Smoke
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Lust Stories movie review: Netflix anthology is another step forward in Bollywood's sexual awakening
Bollywood's sexual awakening (not to be confused with sexualisation and/or male gaze) has been a long time coming. In that regard, Lust Stories is a step in the right direction.
Director Akshat Verma says working with an ensemble cast in Kaalakaandi was 'fun' rather than difficult
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Neil Bhoopalam, the actor who shot to fame with his character Aditya Singhania in the television series 24 and was earlier seen in the film NH 10 opposite Anushka Sharma, was part of the play It’s About Time at the festival.
Actress Anushka Sharma says she didn't expect anything from her offbeat debut production film "NH10" in terms of numbers, but what has made her joyous is watching the audience clap towards the end of the movie.
Yet for all of NH10’s accomplishments, there are a few questionable lapses in logic, like when the couple uses a map chart instead of Google Maps on their expensive iPhones, and still lose their way.
In an industry that likes its heroines to be dolls, on and off screen, Sharma has put her name, reputation and bank account behind NH10, a film that few would have the gumption to touch.
Anushka Sharma may have a lot at stake with NH10, her debut production releasing today but the actress seemed confident about the film at the screening last night. Click here to view the photo.
Directed by Navdeep Singh, NH10 is about a couple's roadtrip that gets transformed into a nightmare. It also features Neil Bhoopalam and Darshan Kumar.
Anushka Sharma and Neil Bhoopalam were at the first launch of the upcoming movie NH 10.
NH10 trailer shows a badass Anushka Sharma fighting violence against women in India.
The first motion poster of the film was launched by the actress on the social media site, Twitter, and it shows a car travelling fast on a highway (which probably is called NH10 in the film) at night. It stops at the edge of the road which increasingly turns bloody.
Actress Anushka Sharma says she knew her debut movie production 'NH10' will be certified for an adult audience.
Ungli is a wasted opportunity, because it had all the tools for a fun comedy thriller. But the tools were not used properly.
If the trailer of Ungli is anything to go by, the film is about a group of vigilante men (Emraan Hashmi, Randeep Hooda, Neil Bhoopalam and Angad Bedi) and woman (Kangana Ranaut) who deals with corruption in India in their unique style.