During their first therapy session in his expansive, sun-dappled consulting room, Jehangir Khan (Shah Rukh Khan) tells Kaira (Alia Bhatt) the story of a man, his Chinese companions, a snow leopard and Mount Everest. There’s humour in the story, but also a message for young Kaira that resonates within her. The next morning, she attempts to recount the story to her friends but stumbles and stammers out a tale that has none of the original quality or charm.
In “Tum Bin 2”, Neha Sharma plays Taran, a London-based woman whose world comes crashing down around her when her boyfriend Amar slips into a coma after a skiing accident in the Swiss Alps. Shekhar (Aditya Seal) enters her life, wins over Neha’s family with his charm and eventually finds a place in Neha’s grieving heart.
GORKHA, Nov 11: ‘Tarkariwali’ Kusum Shrestha has rejected the offer to play in the Nepali movie Lamphu. Shrestha who became famous on the Internet after her picture went viral online has said that she decided not to do any movie right now as suggested by her well wishers on the social media.
KATHMANDU, Nov 4: A private viewing of the first animated Nepali movie “The Legend of Shankhadahar” was held amongst Nepali Diaspora audience in Greenford Town Hall, London on the occasion of Nepal Sambat 1137.
KATHMANDU, Nov 4: Nepal’s new Internet sensation Kusum Shrestha aka the ‘Tarkariwali’ has been offered a role in a movie. Popular Multimedia has offered Kusum, a simple village girl from Gorkha district, a role in its upcoming movie ‘Lamphu’.
In one of the most prescient lines in Karan Johar’s “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil”, a character tells another: “Only the insecure hide behind big words.” This might as well have been a comment on the film, with all the verbosity that is encompassed in 157 minutes of this romantic drama.
A big-ticket Bollywood film embroiled in controversy for featuring a Pakistani actor will open in Indian cinemas as scheduled next week after India's biggest movie industry body reached an agreement on Saturday with right-wing Hindu groups opposing the film’s release.
KATHMANDU, Oct 17: “Only a porn movie can be organic.” This was what Nepali cine artiste and popular film producer Nikhil Uprety said at a program organized to announce his fifth film ‘Rudra’ recently.
There's a sense of foreboding in the opening titles of Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury's "Pink", as the camera follows two sets of people in their cars late at night. In one, a young man lies in the backseat, moaning in pain as blood runs down the side of his face, while his friends drive him to the hospital. In another, three young women travel in a cab, biting their fingers and looking at each other nervously.
MUMBAI, Sept 10: In Nitya Mehra’s “Baar Baar Dekho”, a young man on the cusp of a new life gets a glimpse into his future, giving him an otherwise impossible chance to go back and forth in time to fix the mistakes that we all seem to make in our relationships.