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Feb 07, 2018
Pari: In new teaser from the horror film, Anushka Sharma is chained, battered and very scaryThe 53-second-long teaser of Anushka Sharma-starrer Pari is a combination of The Conjuring, Insidious movies and The Exorcist —all blended into one.
Dec 06, 2017
Samantaral movie review: Parambrata Chatterjee steals the show in poignant dramaDespite all its technical defects, Partho Chakraborty’s Samantaral is an important film with an important message and everyone should watch it.
Jul 10, 2017
Pari poster: Possessed Anushka Sharma looks terrifying; release date of film announcedAnushka Sharma dons the producer's hat for the third time in Pari, after NH10 and Phillauri. Unlike Phillauri, it seems that her character in this film will not be friendly or positive.
Jun 13, 2017
Pari first look: Anushka Sharma looks a far cry from Phillauri's friendly ghost, in film's posterJust below the title 'Pari', we see Anushka Sharma — freckled, wan, and with a haunted look in her blue eyes — staring back at the viewer
May 01, 2017
Anushka Sharma to star opposite Kahaani-fame Parambrata Chatterjee in her third production PariAfter starring opposite Punjabi star Diljit Dosanjh, Anushka Sharma will star opposite Bengali star Parambarta Chatterjee in her next home production Pari.
Apr 14, 2016
How Manoj Bajpayee perfected his constable act in 'Traffic', with minimal dialogueActor Manoj Bajpayee says his role as a traffic constable in his film, Traffic has very few dialogues — almost all of which have been shown in the trailer!
Mar 21, 2014
Gang Of Ghosts review: No ghost-bumps for this oneGhosts were never supposed to be funny...until Ivan Reitman made Ghostbusters in 1984. Satish Kaushik's funny-ghost story is most certainly not Ghostbuster re-'bhoot'-ed.
Mar 13, 2012
The wimp beneath her wings: Vidya Balan, Kahaani and the Bengali babuEveryone talks about how atmospheric Kolkata looks in Kahaani. But the unsung hero is actually the shenshitive Bengali man. He is the reason the film could be set nowhere else. He is the secret to Vidya Balan's success.