Farhan Akhtar's latest, Lucknow Central, is a mix of jailhouse rock and prison break
What started from The Legend of Bhagat Singh and 23rd March 1931: Shaheed releasing on the same day in 2002, continues with Qaidi Band and Lucknow Central.
In the recent past, almost all the films made under the banner of Yash Raj Films have tanked at the box-office — Befikre, Meri Pyaari Bindu and Qaidi Band.
A Gentleman minted Rs 4.04 crore in India on day 1; Vijay Devarakonda's Arjun Reddy grossed $270,000 in the US, even surpassing Ajith's Vivegam.
Qaidi Band has an interesting premise, soul-stirring yet forgettable music and a promising newcomer (Anya Singh, not Aadar Jain).
Aadar Jain says acting has been his dream career and he would not have chosen any other option had he not bagged Qaidi Band.
Qaidi Band is Habib Faisal’s fourth venture as a director. In an exclusive interview, Faisal speaks about the extensive research behind the film, and working with YRF.
In an exclusive interview, Aadar Jain talks about the nepotism debate, his family name and his introduction to Raj Kapoor's cinema, and how he landed the lead role in YRF's Qaidi Band.
Anya Singh, who will make her debut in Qaidi Band opposite Aadar Jain, was spotted by YRF casting director Shanoo Sharma at a coffee shop.
Aadar Jain and Anya Singh's upcoming Qaidi Band's new song, 'I am India' is out and it is filled with the spirit of patriotism. The film releases on 25 August.
Farhan Akhtar's character in Lucknow Central forms a band with his fellow inmates. Similarities to Habib Faisal's upcoming film Qaidi Band?
The trailer of Yash Raj Film's latest venture, Qaidi Band, starring newbies Aadar Jain and Anya Singh, is out. It is packed with youth, spirit and rebellion.