In a recent interview, Shah Rukh Khan was asked what film he’s gonna be seen in next and he candidly announced that there’s nothing “stunning, scintill…
And it’s not because he is trying to protect these men.
After watching Kalank, Kulture Didi was heard screaming, “Humse barbaad aur koi nahin,” repeatedly.
For a film that is reportedly trying to destigmatise mental health problems, don't these posters of Mental Hai Kya defeat the purpose?
Shot entirely in black and white, The Eight Column Affair was directed by Sriram Raghavan during his FTII days and edited by Raju Hirani.
Kalank is a Karan Johar film minus his fearless conviction. It's also a Sanjay Leela Bhansali film without his unabashed heartache and music.
There are only a few left to love...and to hate.
Appearing on actor Salman Khan's brother's chat show (Arbaaz Khan), Sonam Kapoor, Anil Kapoor's daughter, tried to 'explain' nepotism... again