From 'Lungi Dance' to 'Sharaabi', Shah Rukh Khan likes to end his films with a bang which are often peppy tracks or club numbers and Dilwale won't be an exception. The film which has been in news ever since its announcement will have the track 'Tukur Tukur' that will be a part of the end credits. 'Tukur Tukur' which is all set to release soon will feature all the four leading actors of the film, namely, Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon dancing to its tunes, choreographed by Ganesh Hegde. The dancer who was thrilled to work with Shah Rukh Khan again was all praises for the other co-actors too and was happy that the song was completed despite the lack of time for rehearsals. Apparently Ganesh Hegde had to shoot the song after the promotions of the film had already kick ...
Average Ratings:3/5 Reviews Counted:6 Positive:3 Neutral: 3 Negative : 0 From All the Top Professional Critics reviews on the web . Ratings:3/5 Review By:Rajeev Masand Site:CNN IBN Angry Indian Goddesses contains every cliché you’d expect to see in a film that’s been billed as ‘India’s first female buddy movie’. From women getting facials together, to playing Truth or Dare…from talking frankly about sex and ogling the dishy neighbor, to polishing off a box of cupcakes…the film ticks all the boxes. Yet it seldom feels contrived, thanks to the natural performances of its ensemble, and director Pan Nalin’s non-intrusive, observational style of filming. Still I’m going with three out of five for Angry Indian Goddesses. Using humor and pathos, it raises pertinent questions. You’
The Shah Rukh and Salman fan clubs were at loggerheads again on Tuesday battling bitterly on Twitter after Shah Rukh and his Dilwale team donated Rs. 1 crore to the Chennai relief fund. Salman's fans dubbed it a publicity stunt for Dilwale. Shah Rukh's fans retaliated by scoffing at Salman's 'Being Human' charity... And so it continued ... Until last week when Shah Rukh and Salman met for the shooting of a television reality show. This is when they decided that there would be zero tolerance from both superstars over malice towards the rival star. Says a source close to the development, "Both Shah Rukh and Salman feel very strongly about their respective fan clubs going at each other's throats. They've now taken a vow to disown all fans who abuse rival actors. They don't find such ...
Average Ratings:1.75/5 Reviews Counted:9 Positive:2 Neutral: 0 Negative : 7 From All the Top Professional Critics reviews on the web . Rajeev Masand didn't review this movie Ratings:3/5 Review By:Meena Iyer Site:TOI In an attempt not to make these films seem like pure steam fests, the makers usually thrown in a revenge drama angle. So true to the fabric of this franchise, here too there's a suspense drama around some ugly sibling rivalry woven in. However, while the film is good-looking, the plot is convoluted. There's bizarre justification for the poison-ivy women and avaricious despots. But then again, these sequels are about erotica being served piping hot Bollywood style. Visit Site for more Ratings:1/5 Review By:Prasanna Zore Site:Rediff Vishal Pandya's Hate St
Adding teeth to its growing internet and social media presence, the ISIS terrorist group has reportedly launched an app that features news and videos showing executions and battlefield victories and propagates its agenda, the media reported. Discovered by the hacking collective Ghost security group, the app called “Amaq News” is designed to “streamline access” to the terrorist group’s “propaganda”. According to a Fortune report, the Android-based app is essentially a news portal run by the Amaq News Agency – a group believed to be tied to IS. When users start the app, it displays a scrolling news feed and icons to play videos. It also has options for users to have the feed automatically check for new posts. “It can even be automatically updated whenever the app’s deve
Apple has once again, slashed the price for its bestseller iPhone 5S in India. The device which had received a price cut a few months ago, has now been reportedly brought down to almost half in the past three months. According to a report by The Times of India, iPhone 5s prices now starts at Rs 24,999, down from Rs 44,500 in September. This makes Indian price of iPhone 5s one of the lowest globally, despite the depreciating rupee and higher import taxes making India among markets where Apple products cost the most. It is believed that Apple’s price cut of iPhone 5s is part of its strategy to build a stronger portfolio in the mid-segment smartphone market. The report points out that retailers claim that the iPhone 5s accounts for almost 50 percent of total iPhone sales in India. La
Where are we headed? In a state where we are hurling accusations one after the other, deliberately misunderstanding the other party, stereotyping entire communities for the wrong doings of a handful, there are some issues we need to set right. We have all seen, the ‘intolerance war’ going on over innumerable websites on the net, with everyone trying to downplay everyone else. Let us look at a typical scene, so we can understand the absurdity of the situation better: An event occurs, something that should not have happened, that is abominable and avoidable. In reaction, uproar breaks out, starting as a statement of facts, followed by a display of discontent. This much is needed, indeed healthy, in a society, as it raises awareness, and displays the public reaction. All too soon, re
Fulfilling his election promise, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar announced that his Government would ban alcohol from April 1, 2016. “My government is committed to fulfilling promises made to women during the election campaign. There was a surge of complaints from women about male members of the family resorting to drinking and creating nuisance, which also affected the education of their children. Though the excise department can earn Rs 4,000 cr per year (from liquor sale), we have to think in terms of public interest and take this decision,” said Nitish, speaking at a function of the excise and prohibition department reported by indianexpress The CM said the poor were the worst affected. “I hope such families are able to save money and spend it on the education and nutrition of their childr
Traffic jams and Bengaluru has become synonymous. Bangaloreans and its administration is taking on the challenge of traffic Head on by their participatory approach. Traffic jams are most likely caused by road blockages and unmanned traffic signals. Now people can send info on a particular location where traffic jams occur through whats-app to 7259100100 and measures would be taken immediately. The problem of traffic in Bengaluru is one of the worsts and the problem has grown so big that as per Bangalore Mirror reports , engineering consulting firm Quest Global, which employs 3,000 employees at its two outposts in Bengaluru, has decided to give the city the go-by, preferring Thiruvananthapuram instead for its next big round of recruitment which will see 1,000 employees added over a year
In the fight between river and sea on who gets to keep the trash that Chennaiites generate, it may seem that the sea is winning. Actually, for every tonne of garbage that gets thrown back to land, there is probably 10 that gets lost in sea. The white of the styrofoam is a visible reminder of how no amount of tinkering can help correct the course of our pathologically consumerist society. CSR-funded beach clean ups and car-free sundays have more to do with feeling good and protecting the health of corporations than they do with protecting the earth’s life-sustaining infrastructure. People who promote such tokenist gestures — as being a step in the right direction — are deluded and defeated environmentalists. Such actions rob us of time and are counter-environmentalist. At no ti