Come August and it’s a gala time at the movies in Bollywood. August 2014 has some of the greatest releases to look forward this year in the Hindi film industry, including some surprising entries.
The Australian model, Robyn Lawley has taken up the pains of protesting against the coalmine project off the Queensland coast. She has stood up against the Government approval of mining on the coast.
What’s common between the Khans and the Bachchans is that they all love sports. Time and again, we have seen them support various sports at the national and international level.
The sacred bungalow where India’s first super star lived two years ago has now been sold to a rich businessman, Shashi Shetty. Rajesh Khanna’s mansion at the Carter Road has been like a temple for many upcoming actors who considered him nothing less than God.
The Malayali star couple, Dileep and Manju Warrier tied the knot way back in 1998 when the happily married couple were excited and happy about the upcoming journey.
High class stunts with some hot sizzling looks, the Hritik Roshan and Katrina Kaif starrer, “Bang Bang’s” official teaser is out. It is deemed to be released on Gandhi Jayanti.
Aam Aadmi Party leader Kumar Vishwas finally has some reason to be in the limelight after his embarrassing defeat to Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi in the last LS polls.
The young enthusiastic blood of the Indian Army completed a cycling expedition of around 700 km along the Indo-China border, across the Himalayan range. A team of 10 members belonging to the Indian Army went all through one of the most difficult path along the Teesta River.
Salman Khan’s upcoming Eid release, “Kick” may not be hitting the theatres as per schedule. The movie is getting a constant threat from buddy Ritesh Deshmukh’s “Lal Bhaari,” Salman Khan himself has made a guest appearance in this film.
It seems like saving the world has become too mainstream for the superhero who has been ruling the comics since his arrival. The Krypton man looks like intending to lead his followers to serious threats on their computers.