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10 Romantic Pictures of Ranveer Singh & Deepika Padukone to Check




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Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone have been dating since the past few years, and their marriage has been the most anticipated one. Finally, when their marriage date was decided on 14th and 15th November, all eyes of their fans have been there. The media spotted them every inch and every meeting of the duo has been reported with every fine detail making them the coolest and romantic couple in the media. The actors remained different with Ranveer Singh with full of energy and Deepika Padukone on the other side has remained calm and composed. So, when they are getting married soon, it would be interesting to catch their picture. How about catching up the 10 Romantic Pictures of Ranveer Singh & Deepika Padukone to Check as under:

1). Ranveer Singh & Deepika Padukone in a cool hug

2). Ranveer Singh & Deepika Padukone – Hand-up

3). Ranveer Singh & Deepika Padukone – a cool couple

4). Ranveer Singh & Deepika Padukone – hand in hand

5). Ranveer Singh & Deepika Padukone another cool hug

6). Ranveer Singh & Deepika Padukone a casual look

7). Ranveer Singh & Deepika Padukone the most awaited kissing moment

8). Ranveer Singh & Deepika Padukone – lifting high

9). Ranveer Singh & Deepika Padukone – another casual look

10). Ranveer Singh & Deepika Padukone – hugging together

Wrapping up

As they marry this weekend in Italy, they would be reported the most in the media. While you wait for the same, it would be interesting to catch the above ten pictures of the two – Ranveer Singh & Deepika Padukone. Both the familes have their own reception parties to throw. The first one is on 21st November, while the other one is in Mumbai on 28th November 2018.


Exclusive Interview With Lupt Director Prabhuraj





Director Prabhuraj Interview

First of all congratulations for Lupt, we have been hearing a lot about you, and your work, so we notice you are starting to gain a lot of attention, how does it feel?

Thank you and yes; it has been a very special fulfilling journey for Lupt. The film was appreciated by audience and for me that was most satisfying. It was a dream come true and really feels good to finally be recognized for what you do. All filmmakers work very hard at their craft, so it’s always nice to see others take notice of your own hard work.


Tell us a little bit about yourself. What’s your background and education?

I was born in Bhadrawati, Karnataka state. My school and college days, however, were spent in Pune, doing my master’s degree in commerce. I would frequently visit FTII (Film and Television Institute of India) and NFAI (National Film Archive of India) and remember having spent time at Libraries reading and studying filmmaking. I also got the opportunity to act in Diploma films at FTII.  I started as a theatre actor and did plays for almost 10 years and my film career started about 18 years ago when I began working with Ram Gopal Varma for the film Jungle and later became Executive Producer and synergized his film making style and vision.


You have a lot of experience in the field of cinema.  What is your favorite aspect of the creative process?

That’s got to be directing, creating something interesting and engaging for the audience no matter what the genre is. I love to write stories and allow the audience to temporarily believe in your story world as if it were real.

I’m someone who wants to push boundaries, someone with imagination, drive and ambition to create characters that have yet to be seen. I don’t follow set rules. I either like the way something has been shot, or the way a story unfolds, or I don’t. Everything is possible; you just have to figure a way of doing it.

You came from an acting background, has your experience in theatre contributed to your success in film?

I have done theatre for 10 years – I have done every acting exercise under the sun, but I guess one thing I take from my acting experience is compassion. Theater and film have separate approaches to reaching the viewer’s imagination. From the performance standpoint, however, I was able to try a lot of things as a stage actor in front of several different types of audiences. When directing actors now, I allow for improvisation. I don’t know how I would have directed the film without that experience – I think it was crucial to getting those characters alive on the screen.


What was the single biggest challenge of making your first film?

For any filmmaker, I think the biggest task is to find the right team. Be it the production, crew or cast. Once you have a team that is passionate about the film, half the work is done. In fact, I believe that cinema is an art form that relies on collective work.


Best advice you have received so far from the film fraternity?

Best advice would be to stay humble, surround yourself with technicians who have more experience than you do. Always try and maintain level-headed thinking. Value time and use it wisely, as it is the most precious commodity.


What has been your personal key to success?

The film industry can be intimidating. A lot of people aspire to work in the film industry. Yet only a small percentage of them ever make a sustainable career out of it. To get a successful break into the film industry takes much more time and commitment. All depends on your own vision, creativity and passion. I love visual story telling and I have a passion to reach people with interesting stories and entertain audience. I like to get involved in each and every aspect of filmmaking.


What do you enjoy the most in your career as filmmaker?

I’ve always been completely intrigued by the concept of making films, not to mention how enjoyable process it is entertaining people. Make them laugh, scare or cry, there’s just something magical about it. I get to meet and work with people who have this tremendous amount of creativity and energy. Most of all, there is absolutely nothing like seeing an idea born in your head and becoming something you can share with the world. And they last forever.


Now that you’ve tackled your first feature film Lupt, what are you working on next?

Well, I just completed a script, which is a thriller. Im in talks with few producers who are keen to come on board. Also, I really would like to do a Web series. I’m working on something along those lines. I also think the second time you come around, you need to surprise people. Im very excited about this thriller subject and the way it’s shaped up. I just hope to be shooting early next year. I enjoy the movie making process and want to keep directing movies forever.


Are you active on social media? What’s the best way to follow you?

I’m active on social media. On Insta you can find me @prabhurajofficial, on Facebook Prabhuraj and on Twitter  @Iamprabhuraj


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Catch Dilbar’s Arabic version- The Hot belly dance will make you speechless



Dilbar in Arabic

After entertaining the audience with the mesmerising music of AR Rahman the song, Dilbar is back in its Arabic version. In fact, if you look at the song, you would realise that it has been the most awaited ones in the media. Nora Fatehi herself was the one who shared the new look and the Arabic version over the Instagram. As you check her, she is seen ina sky blue choli having a yellow colour lengha. With her belly dance, she is all set stealing the show and winning hearts. The song comes along with an interesting blend of Arabian and Moroccan vibes keeping also the Bollywood taste alive in it.

The Arabic version of the Dilbar song has been brought out by the music giant – T Series, and Nora Fatehi has given her voice, while it was jotted down by Khalifa Mennani and Achraf Aarab. The choreography was carried out by Caeser Gonsalves. The belly dance has once again won millions of hearts with this new version. This year the gorgeous lady Nora Fatehi did two special numbers. One for the film Stree having Rajkummar Rao and Shraddha Kapoor, while the other is for John Abraham starrer movie called Satyamev Jayate.

The song has been originally photographed on Sushmita Sen and Sanjay Kapoor from the film Sirf Tum way back in the late nineties. In the new versions be in the said movie of John Abraham, and now in the Arabic avatar, the film has managed to impress the audience in a big way. The video has earned more than 2 lakhs view within 23 minutes, while it has been stormed with loads of comments with people simply liking it a lot. If you are yet to catch the new version in Arabic its time to have a look and enjoy the song. And yes do not forget to let us know how did you find the same. Stay tuned to know more about it and others only with us.

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2.0 Movie Review : It is a visual treat that you can enjoy the fullest in 3D despite having a predictable story




Madras HC blocks 12000 sites before 2.0 release


2.0 Movie Review :

Movie – 2.0
Director – S. Shankar
Star cast Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar, Amy Jackson, and Sudhanshu Pandey
Producer – A. Subaskaran and Raju Mahalingam
Production House – Lyca Productions, Dharma Productions, and AA Films
Writer – S. Shankar, and B. Jeyamohan
Runtime – 147 minutes
Rating – 3.5
The movie has a very simple and straightforward story. We have the same Scientist played by Rajinikanth aka Dr. Waseegaran has developed a new robot called Nila played by Amy Jackson and she is stunning and gorgeous. Dr. Waseegaran is keen on having Chitti back but thanks to the back-door politics it becomes a daunting task. Chitti returns to fight Pakashi Raja played by Akshay Kumar. You find loads of mess just to entertain the audience. So, what really goes inside the film can be easily caught in the nearby cinema.

The story of the film keeps you intrigued and entertained. Though one may find the film drags a big but thanks to the interesting core story, things become a visual treat for the audience. Yet in many ways the plot of the film remains predictable and very much predictable. The first half gives a feeling of a generic horror film but it come along with an interesting visual effects and catching the same in 3D would be be treat to your eyes. The massive clash between Chitti and the giant bird is interesting to catch and yes do not miss the cool dialogues and cool song picturisation also makes a huge difference.
Now, talking about the performances, we know action speaks louder than words and same is the case with Rajinikanth. For him age is just a number which is why even at the age of 67 he is incredible in his performance. It seems that the actor has given his everything to play the characters he has in the film particularly of Chitti Reloaded. The fans of Akshay Kumar too has to celebrate. Despite having limited screen space he seemed impressive over the silver screen with his incredible performance.
He was quick with his quirky antics in the film and nailed with his emotional connect with his role. Amy Jackson playing the robot is also a treat to our eyes. Adil Hussain in supporting role too was okay as he did not get too much time to prove his presence.The other elements like VFX effects, direction and editing along with technical stuff seemed okay. The music by A R Rahman was simply incredible.

2.0 Movie The Last Word 

With all said and done, the film 2.0 is a completely entertainment package, which come along with pleasing VFX effects and many more things that can entertain you the fullest. While catching the film, make sure you watch in 3D to enjoy the fullest.

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