New Movie Film Release Promo Review

Karishma Kapoor - Dangerous Ishq (2012) High Resolution Posters - Wallpapers

Check out the new set of hi-ref posters and wallpapers for Dangerous Ishq (2012) - Vikram Bhatt's 25th feature film that marks the return of the hot Bollywood actress Karishma Kapoor to Indian film industry!

Rajat Kapoor, Ranvir Shorey & Neil Bhoopalam Comic Act for Fatso (2012) Hindi Movie at The Comedy Store

Mumbai, April 27, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio) The stars of the Bollywood Hindi movie FATSO - Rajat Kapoor, Ranvir Shorey & Neil Bhoopalam presented a fantastic comic act. The act was live streamed on Dailymotion. The comic event was held at The Comedy Store, Mumbai. Ranvir Shorey was seen as the FATSO clown who performed a silent act. Rajat Kapoor & Neil Bhoopalam did a super job by narrating to the masses.

Ananth Mahadevan's "Staying Alive" Released on DVD

Mumbai, April 27, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio) Staying Alive – A film by Ananth Mahadevan, is a film based on true story. The film has not only amazed the film critics but also evoked emotions in doctors! It is a journey that teaches us to appreciate and enjoy the feeling of staying alive.

Shemaroo Entertainment releases Staying Alive on DVDs. It is a true story of a journalist Aditya played by Anant Mahadevan whose third heart attach sends him to the intensive cardiac care at a hospital.  On the neighboring bed is an underworld kingpin, Shaukat Ali played by Saurabh Shukla whose love of kebabs had led him to his first heart attack. This black comedy is all about being grateful at the joy of just “Staying Alive”.

Tarsem Singh's Mirror Mirror (2012) - Julia Roberts as Evil Queen, Lily Collins as Snow White (WBRi DVD Blu-Ray Review)

Mirror Mirror (2012) Movie PosterKolkata, India, April 26, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio / Penning Creations) When growing up we have all been fascinated by fairy tales that have been made eternal with the movies directed by Disney. Fairy tales always seem to capture the minds of our childhood leading us to believe in certain aspects of the story but disenchantment catches up stealthily when confronting the reality of our adult lives. But still at many times sneaking into the life of fantasy and magic serves as a breather from the incessant mundane activities of our daily life. ‘Mirror Mirror’, the much anticipated and highly awaited film of the year has finally released on 20th April, directed by the Indian origin director Tarsem Singh. Cast in the movie are Julia Roberts (as the rapacious insecure evil queen whose narcissism led to her own downfall) and Lily Collins, (who plays the role of Snow White), who have infused life in their characters with all the grandeur of the settings, magnificent gowns, designer dresses and crystal clear canvas like images. But this Snow White-inspired flick has come with some distortions and diversions of the main original story to give the audiences different and fresh perspectives.

Interview: Tejash Natali - the Don of "9 Eleven" award-winning Indian-American Bollywood Hindi thriller movie

Tejash NataliWashington, DC, April 26, 2012 (Washington Bangla Radio) Gurjeet Singh chats with actor Tejash Natali about his career in films and his roles in Bollywood thriller 9 ELEVEN and the upcoming film LOLCI.

Tejash Natali was helping out his friends - film-maker Manan Singh Katohora and producer Narain Kumar Mathur - with casting for their award-winning Indo-American Bollywood style Hindi thriller film "9 Eleven", when the idea of casting Tejash himself as an underground Don named Samir Bhai in Mumbai was floated. Once Tejash listened to the description of the character and the part he plays in the script, he decided to give it a shot, drawing confidence from his early experience in growing up in the seat of Bollywood and watching stalwarts like Amitabh Bachchan, Amrish Puri and Paresh Rawal.

The film 9 Eleven has nothing to do with the terrorist attacks of 9/11. It is actually about 11 people being abducted and put into a room. The intriguing thriller, the caption of which is "Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid", captivates its viewers while the abductees try to figure out the reason for their predicament as one of them is killed every nine minutes! Each character is from a distinctly different background - the script is remarkable in the way it weaves the story. Viewers have reported a distinct sense of one's Karma catching up, irrespective of how long ago the deeds may have been done, when watching the film.

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