The beauty of films is not only in the plot or the characters but also in its visual storytelling i.e. the cinematography, shadows, colors, etc. For many of us occasional movie buffs, the cinematography and colors are there to add to the overall progression of the film, but for film-devotees, the visuals can be reason enough for them to truly fall in love with a film.
Actor Mallika Sherawat says she lost out on a number of projects as male actors could not stomach her opinionated nature and replaced her with their girlfriends. The actor, who got a breakthrough with "Murder" almost 15 years ago, said when she looks back at all those people, they look like fools.
With an aim to make content driven films, actor-turned-producer Jackky Bhagnani has signed three directors - Nitin Kakkar of "Filmistaan" fame, "Tumbbad" director Rahi Anil Barve and Vijay Lalwani, who had directed "Karthik Calling Karthik".
Director Todd Philips confirmed that the Joker origin movie, starring Joaquin Phoenix, will be "rated R". The filmmaker, who shared a still of Phoenix applying to make up on Instagram on Sunday, was responding to a fan query about the rating of the film.
Ashutosh Gowariker's magnum opus 'Panipat' has been stealing the limelight ever since its conception. Apart from its historical subject, the film also has a stellar star cast and the latest addition to it is veteran actor Zeenat Aman.
Much to the delight of audiences, Bollywood's favorite father-son duo Shah Rukh Khan and Aryan Khan will lend their voices for the Hind version of Disney's 'The Lion King'.While Shah Rukh will lend his voice to the king of the Jungle, Lion Mufasa, Aryan will dub for Mufasa's son Simba.
Rohit Shetty's decision to prepone the release of his film 'Sooryavanshi' to avoid a clash with Salman Khan's 'Inshallah' has sent Twitterverse into a tizzy, with cinegoers expressing their angst on the micro-blogging site.
After creating massive success at the box office with Raazi and Uri: The Surgical Strike, Vicky Kaushal is all set to play the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb in Karan Johar’s upcoming ambitious period film, ‘Takht’.
Noted playwright, actor and director Girish Karnad, a progressive voice that championed the freedom of expression, died at his residence here Monday, official sources said. He was 81. Karnad was ailing for some time now, they said.A multifaceted personality, Karnad has acted in several plays and movies that have received critical acclamation.
With barely a few days left for 'Game Over' to hit the theatres, Taapsee Pannu yet again gave an insight as to why she chose the film. In a funny take, the 'Pink' actor flaunts the make-up on her hands making them look bruised and swollen, along with plastered legs.
Hollywood star Hugh Jackman has revealed that he was almost fired from playing Wolverine in "X-Men" films. The 50-year-old Australian actor, who played Wolverine for 16 years, said he nearly lost the role during filming on the first movie.
It’s a sensitive age that we seem to be living in. I was following the flare up between various representatives of the Nepali film industry and the aspiring comedian Pranesh Gautam, resulting from the latter’s less than flattering review of the film Bir Bikram 2.
Action movie superstar Sylvester Stallone told cinemagoers in Cannes on Friday that he never expected to make it in the film industry due to an accident at birth that caused him to slur his words - now one of his more celebrated trademarks.
One of my earliest memories is of watching black and white Bollywood movies. I can barely remember them but I recall these movies as having isolated shots, dialogues that echoed (quite literally) and tragic storylines.
Actor Jack Davenport will star opposite Lucy Liu in CBS All Access series "Why Women Kill".
The darkly comedic drama hails from "Desperate Housewives" creator Marc Cherry, Imagine Television Studios and CBS TV Studios, reported Deadline.
Captain Fantastic’ is a Matt Ross’s directorial movie that casts Viggo Mortensen as a father. A father, who is devoted in raising his six kids at the place isolated from the society, giving them intellectual education and training them to be physically fit and sporty.
The Golden Globes for movies and television, chosen by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, will be presented at a gala dinner in Beverly Hills on Sunday, hosted by actors Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg.
The wine was flowing and the atmosphere relaxed Friday at the American Film Institute Awards, which brought out some of Hollywood’s brightest stars of the moment, from Emily Blunt to Michael B. Jordan, for a celebratory luncheon in Los Angeles.
2018 was a great year for movies. Some movies hit the theatres and instantly connected to the audience. Others hardly shot to fame at the box office. However, the year was barely a successful year for the ‘Three Khans of Bollywood’ (Shahrukh Khan, Salman Khan and Aamir Khan). They featured in different movies which failed to entertain the Bollywood fans.
NEW DELHI, June 18: At last count, Telugu biographical drama Mahanati had touched the $2.5 million (Rs 17 crore) mark in the US. The Keerthy Suresh-starrer, based on the life of legendary actor Savitri, has joined the long list of Telugu films currently storming the most important overseas market for Indian cinema, historically dominated by Bollywood.
KATHMANDU, Sept 10: Awards motivate most of the artists in the world as they are the reorganization of one’s hard work and talent. Moreover, awards make artists feel that their dedication is being noticed in the society.
Ujwal Ghimire is an eminent figure in Nepali film Industry. Having dedicated his time as a director over two decades, he has brought to life a dozen of successful movies namely ‘Ward No 6’, ‘Gothalo’, ‘Chhodi Gaye Paap Lagla’, ‘Kismat’ and ‘Andaj’, among others.
As many as 10 Nepali movies are all set to be showcased at a program slated to be held in Pune, India from Friday. The program called ‘In the lap of the Himalayas: A festival of films from Nepal’ will held at the premises of National Film Archive of India in Pune’s Prabhat Road.
For an audience, theaters and the movie industry might seem like highly competitive fields. But for actors, it is their job to make their audience believe, be it from a stage or through a screen. While the Nepali movie industry has been here for long, theater culture only recently set its foot. My City’s Ashma Aryal caught up with two Nepali actors, who’ve acted in movies and theaters alike, to talk about their journey in the entertainment industry.
Akash Adhikari has worn many hats during his career in the Nepali entertainment industry for more than 20 years. He has worked as an actor, lyricist, director, producer, and these days, a social figure who speaks passionately about issues pertaining city lives. His directorial debut was film ‘Ranabhoomi’ in 1998, while his other movies include ‘Panchhi’, ‘Daag’, ‘Ko Aafno Ko Birano’, ‘Ukali Orali’, ‘Krodh’, ‘Kathmandu’ and ‘Kohinoor’. He is accredited to have digitized the movie industry by starting the country’s first ever digital studio. Akash shares about his experience in the Nepali film industry and more with My City‘s Shuvechchha Ghimire