Showing posts with label Prabhu Dheva. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Prabhu Dheva. Show all posts

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

ABCD 2 Trailer Out : Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor’s Dance Moves Will Bowl You Over!

The trailer of Remo D’Souza’s ABCD sequel is finally out!
Right from the day a sequel to Any Body Can Dance (ABCD) was announced, everyone was excited to see the fresh jodi of Varun Dhawan and Shraddha Kapoor in the dance film. Also speculations were rife that ABCD 2 is a romcom and not just a dance film.


The trailer of Remo D’Souza’s film is finally out and we are mighty impressed with Varun’s dance steps. “We dance to express and not impress” is what the Badlapur actor is seen saying and going by his intensity, he seems to have done justice to that thought. Watch the trailer and you will know what we are saying.  Also Shraddha looks convincing as a dancer. She hasn’t looked this hotter before. Apart from these two, we also get a glimpse of Prabhu Dheva shaking a leg and Lauren Gottlieb’s sexy avatar. It is clear from the trailer that film is true to its theme.The super awesome and almost impossible dance steps are sure to win you over. Sachin-Jigar’s music built up will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Produced by UTV Disney, this dance film will hit theatres on June 19, 2015. Watch the trailer of ABCD 2 below and post your thoughts in the comments section below!

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

First Look Revealed of "Action Jackson" — Ajay Devgn Grooves With Prabhu Dheva

Action man Ajay Devgn will be matching steps with dancing sensation PrabhuDheva, and grooving to the tunes of Himesh Reshammiya, in his forthcoming film Action Jackson, that’s been directed by PrabhuDheva himself.

Apart from Ajay Devgn, Action Jackson also stars Sonakshi Sinha, Yami Gautam and Kunal Roy Kapoor.  

The movie’s technical crew includes Ravi Verman (Action), Vishnu Deva (Choreographer), Vijay Kumar Arora (DOP) and R K Nagu (Art).

Action Jackson is set to release on June 06, 2014 and is Produced by Gordhan Tanwani under his banner Baba Arts Limited Production and distributed by Eros International.

Here’s a sneak peek at the first look of Action Jackson featuring Ajay Devgn in dancing avatar.

Saturday, December 07, 2013

R…Rajkumar movie review: Shahid Kapoor’s Dhanshoo Action Failed To Save Movie

R…Rajkumar movie review: Shahid Kapoor’s Dhanshoo Action Failed To Save Movie
Shahid Kapoor tries to be Salman Khan and Shahrukh Khan at the same time and falls miles behind. You take a bowl and fill it with parts of Wanted, Chennai Express and numerous Telugu movies – what you get is mundane, no-brainer potboiler of a movie called R…Rajkumar

Rating: 2.5 out of 5

If your dabbawala gave you the same curry every day of the week, how would you feel? Definitely after a few days, you would get annoyed at the mundane monotonousness in your life. This is exactly the case with most Bollywood filmmakers nowadays. Why don’t they understand that if you serve the same old whiskey in a new bottle it does not become new.

This week’s offering R…Rajkumar is nothing different. In fact, it could be any of the many films that you have already seen. The boy-meets-girl-fights-with-villain of Chennai Express and the boy-joins-villain-and-becomes-the-informer of Wanted are still fresh in our minds. Then why combine the two and offer another one? Also, the wind farms of Andhra Pradesh have been shown a zillion times in Telugu movies, so why pick that same location for a Bollywood film?

To be honest, the biggest put off in the movie is the lack of a surprise element. The only time you are surprised is when Mukul Dev comes up and discloses his friendship with Shahid. Another big stumble is the comedy. The director has tried every trick in his book to tickle funny bones, but falls flat on his face. The unpersuasive, often clumsy and confused comedy scenes make your viewing even more difficult. The comedy sequences have old jokes and various other pathetic attempts that do not tickle you even a little bit.

Illogical action sequences and stunts that defy all rules of physics at times that make you wonder if the walls of your house are actually made of bricks and stones or not. In a hurry to make movies which earn more than Rs 100 crore, Prabhu Dheva has lost his touch. He has come out with the second no-brainer of the year after Ramaiya Vastavaiya. Like his past movies, this one too is laden with pinches of southern spices. The story is based in a small village where two drugs mafias, Sonu Sood and Ashish Vidyarthi are fighting with each other to be the sole kingpin of an opium business. Rajkumar (Shahid Kapoor), who works for Sonu Sood and falls in love with Ashish Vidyarthi’s niece, has so much strength that he can single-handedly beat the pulp out of 100 goons at a time.

Although a good thing about the movie is that Shahid is back to acting. The actor displays the same intensity as he did in Kaminey and the same boyish charm he did in Jab We Met. Sonu Sood is good as he tried bettering his Dabangg act but did not have much scope. Still he did well enough to make other writer-directors think of him the very instance they write the character of a villain. Sonakshi Sinha’s character could have been portrayed by any background dancer in any of the songs and Shahid is actually not wrong when he says  tera weight dekha hai. You really feel that yes, he is adjusting. It’s time she starts experimenting with new roles as she has been constantly doing the same role over and over again. And a tip, Sona, please join a gym.

The music of the film is good and might be on the charts for sometime but there are way too many songs. Why don’t the directors understand that if they want to put in five songs each of five minute they might as well make a separate music video and spare the viewer of an extra half hour. And who the heck has an item number on their wedding day?

If you are a die-hard fan of south movies or a bigger fan of their no-brainer potboiler Hindi remakes, then do go for this movie and have a gala time. For the rest, wait for the DVD or better still watch it, free of cost, when it comes on TV.

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Manyata Dutt Signs Prabhu Dheva To Direct Sanjay Dutt Production's A Film!

While Sanjay Dutt's imprisonment has left many in shock, his production house seems to be having its hands full. Wife Manyata has been quite busy handling her husband's work after he was sentenced to Yerawada Jail recently.

Manyata Dutt has signed Prabhu Dheva to direct a film for Sanjay Dutt Productions. The film will star Sanjay Dutt and go on floors soon after Sanjay is released. The decision to sign Prabhu was taken jointly by Manyata and Sanju when Manyata visited her husband in Yerwada jail on July 3.

The couple decided that it was time that they sign the director who would wield the megaphone for the actor's comeback vehicle. They had short-listed a few names but eventually zeroed in on Prabhu, given his track record, which include blockbusters like Rowdy Rathore and Wanted.

Ever since his sentence was announced, Sanjay and Manyata were worried about the future of their production house, which was launched amid much fanfare a few years back, considering Manyata does not have the required experience to single-handedly run the show. Sanjay was also worried about his career-- how he would return to the big screen after such a long hiatus. So much so, that the couple had even approached Sanjay's close friends, Salman Khan and Ajay Devgn, asking for advice.

Whether Prabhu coming on board of Sanjay's company is a result of Prabhu's rapport with Ajay and Salman is not known, but after returning from Pune, Manyata met Prabhu, who gladly accepted the offer.

While Manyata will start working on the modalities of the project, Prabhu Dheva will be busy with his Ajay Devgn starrer, which goes on floors early next year. As of now, Prabhu has completed the post production of Ramaiya Vastavaiya and is busy with the post production of Shahid Kapoor starrer Rambo Rajkumar.

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