'Ramprasad Ki Tehrvi' is an upcoming family drama featuring Naseeruddin Shah, Konkona Sen Sharma, Vinay Pathak, Supriya Pathak, and Vineet Kumar in the lead roles.
The movie recently got screened at MAMI International Film Festival and received a positive response from the audience. Actress Seema Pahwa marked her directorial debut with this movie. She is the one who played the mother role of Kriti Sanon in 'Bareilly Ki Barfi' film. Talking about the film at the event, Seema Pahwa said that life is cheeky and has its way even during the darkest phases. She said that the film is all about comedy in tragedy and tragedy in comedy.
Jio Studios and Drishyam Films bankrolled this project with Sagar as the music director. The story revolves around Ramprasad's entire family, which gathers under one roof for 13 days after his death.
Tiger Shroff has made a name for himself in the Hindi film industry with some of the most extreme action-packed films. Just in the recent past, Tiger Shroff appeared in War which made over 300 crores at the box office. However, this is still a certain kind of action film that Tiger Shroff says he would like to do.
In a recent interview, Tiger Shroff revealed that he is a big fan of Marvel's Spider-Man. Shroff said that he would do anything to play Spider-Man in a future film. Currently, British actor Tom Holland portrays the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man in all MCU films. He said, "I would do anything to do a Spiderman film. Ever since I was a kid, I was enticed by the whole superhero genre. I have tried to imbibe their attributes and qualities."
Tiger Shroff also said that he thinks his War co-star Hrithik Roshan would be the perfect Captain America. Tiger said: "I think Hrithik Roshan would be perfect to play Captain America because this superhero is the perfect superhero and Hrithik is a perfect hero as well. I feel Ranveer Singh would pull off Thor because Thor is so electric, and he is the god of thunder as well."
In the same interview, Tiger also said that he is not a party person and easily gets awkward. He added saying, "I'm very awkward at social gatherings. I usually tend to stay away, I'm not much of a party guy nor am I a late kind of person. I go to bed at 10 while these clubs open around 10:30," he said on Zee Cafe show, "Starry Nights Gen Y".
Following the death of Sushant Singh Rajput on June 14 many fans have taken up to themselves to fight nepotism on the internet. This has resulted in internet trolls attacking and bullying other celebrities from the Hindi film industry. In the latest row of comments, many netizens called actor Vivek Oberoi the result of nepotism. One user took to Twitter and wrote, "Vivek Oberoi is a nepotism born."
Even before Vivek Oberoi could react to such allegations filmmaker Sanjay Gupta came to his rescue. Replying to the user's comments Gupta wrote, "What absolute nonsense. Do you have any idea what all he did to bag Ramu's COMPANY? His Dad had no role to play in it. And his performance... definitely one of the best debuts of all time."
The film in question is Vivek's debut act in Ram Gopal Varma's 2002 gangster drama Company. Vivek's role in the film is still the favorite film that stars Vivek Oberoi. The actor also received the audience and critics acclaim for his debut performance. Soon after Gupta defended Vivek Oberoi, the actor also took to Twitter to thank him. Vivek wrote, "Thank you Gups for standing up for the truth. Many of us chose the harder path and believed in sheer talent and merit. It feels unfair when people make uninformed comments like this, one such comment can brush away years of struggle and perseverance."
Recently Vivek Oberoi took to Twitter to mourn the loss of the iconic dance choreographer Saroj Khan. Vivek Oberoi has also announced that he will be taking up the role of a producer in the upcoming future.
What absolute nonsense. Do you have any idea what all he did to bag Ramu’s COMPANY? His Dad had no role to play in it. And his performance... definitely one of the best debuts of all time. @vivekoberoihttps://t.co/LjY956WV7u
Thank you Gups for standing up for the truth. Many of us chose the harder path and believed in sheer talent and merit. It feels unfair when people make uninformed comments like this, one such comment can brush away years of struggle and perseverance. https://t.co/DxCZrd5oJi
Rarely do star heroes get a chance of working in offbeat films. Bollywood star Ranveer Singh got such a chance for the first time with the film Lootera. This Vikramaditya Motwane directorial project is a film that always remains a special one in Ranveer's career. Today, the film celebrates seven years of its release. On this occasion, we bring you a recap into it.
Lootera is heavily inspired by the short story The Last Leaf, written by O. Henry. The film featured Sonakshi Sinha as the female lead. It is a romantic tale set in the early 1950s. How the love story between an archeologist and an elite-class woman takes several turns forms the major crux of the movie. The film is like a poem. It just sways into our minds with ease. Ranveer and Sonakshi enthralled us with their scintillating performances. Their chemistry also got wide applause from the viewers. It is quite sad that both of them never got a chance to team up once again.
The music of Lootera got composed by Amit Trivedi. All the songs were huge hits. Especially, tracks like Sawaar Loon and Zinda remain in the playlists of the music lovers. Upon its release, Lootera gained a positive response from both critics as well as the audiences. It remained a successful venture at the box office. It got nominated for several Filmfare Awards and won one for Best Singer Female.