Category: Special Article

A New Wave Of Entertainment Hits The Internet

By Deepti D.

Just the other day I switched on the TV and saw ‘Mera Naam Joker’ playing and it suddenly struck how my parents used to tell me about this unique movie which had 2 intervals which was something very different for those days… imagine going and buying popcorns twice, just because ‘picture abhi baaki thi’. And then came ‘Jodha Akbar’ in the recent times which was also a 4-hour long movie but thankfully no 2 intervals, so yes people sat and sat. But it led me to think that in this day and age of fast moving life and social media, do people actually have time to sit for such long movies and still not get bored…

It seemed that some whiz kid in the entertainment industry actually read my intelligent and curious mind which led to the popularity of a new kind of movies… it was the invention of cinema which was short, crisp, to the point and interesting, keeping the audience’s attention intact. Yes, we are talking about the WEB SERIES/ SHORT MOVIES which have gained immense popularity on You Tube and one does not need to book tickets and go to a theatre to watch them, you can simply log on from anywhere on Planet Earth and just enjoy these ‘different’ movies lasting not more than 20 to 30 minutes. The best part about these ‘movies’ are that the directors and actors are experimenting with fresh ideas and bold concepts and hence the outcome is very refreshing and unique


1-MAAYA

Vikram Bhatt always tries to experiment whether it is in his films or this new erotic Web Series called ‘MAAYA’. This word always has some mystery to it and so does this series which deals on the bold issue of sexuality. Starring TV actress Shama Sikander, Maaya deals around a housewife whose sexual desires are repressed. Too bold, well wait and watch it where the leading lady pleads a stranger to tie and spank her while fulfilling her ‘needs’. Sounds like the desi version of ’50 Shades of Grey’, we thought so but Mr Bhatt instead it’s not 50 but ‘100 volatile shades of Grey ‘. The cherry on the top is Shama who is oozing sexiness and is not at all wary in doing bold and raw sex scenes. Am sure the traction of ‘Maaya’ is soon going to increase after this ‘very sexy’ description.


 2- PEANUT BUTTER

‘Are you unmarried, alone in the city and pregnant??’ Haww, how could you do this, you are a disgrace to the society…what will people say….

Haven’t we heard it umpteen number of times, so, that is why this 20-minute movie called ‘Peanut Butter’ has been made to change your perspective on abortion and single parenting. Starring Gauhar Khan who plays a single working woman who accidently gets pregnant and who encounters a stranger who finally changes her views on single parenthood. So, who is the stranger… voila it’s her own subconscious child after 18 years. The film is a coming of age movie and revolutionizes the concept that you don’t need a man to raise a kid… if you are willing, successful and strong, you as a woman can do it alone too. And why ‘Peanut Butter’ because the mum and her would be adult ‘child’ loves it immensely!!


 3-THE WHITE SHIRT

Do all love stories have a happy ending? Ironically no, and mostly all of them suffer from some flaw or the other. The White Shirt is one such 20-minute movie which explores the high and lows in a relationship. With Kunal Kapoor and Kritika Kamra in lead roles, this movie is all about moving on and leaving the past behind when relationships don’t work due to the main issue of infidelity and cheating. The main ‘protagonist’ is the white shirt and how is that… well… we won’t disclose it go and watch it on You Tube…

 4-TRIPLING

How does doing a ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’ sounds? Yes, I know it sounds perfectly fun, but instead of friends, take it with your siblings and you would thank me later for the experience. TVF’s Tripling is one such web series which forays into this domain where siblings all having their own set of issues and problems undertake a road trip to take a break from everything and in turn end up discovering themselves and their own blood. Yes, ismein emotion hain, drama hain, humour and realism bhi hain and one can relate to the characters shown. So, all you brother and sisters, let’s take a road trip what say?


 5-TWISTED

So, all set to experience an adult web series… yes, we are talking about another thriller adult series by Vikram Bhatt which has a captivating tag line… ‘Warning! Do not trust them! Nia Sharma, the 3rd Sexiest Asian lady is playing the main lead and shares a sizzling chemistry with newcomer Namit Khanna. The plot of twisted is based on murder where a man and a woman are having an affair and the man’s wife is found dead. The man says that his girlfriend is the one who killed his wife and the woman is confident that the husband himself killed his wife. Intriguing indeed and with few racy sexy scenes, this one is a seller.

 Gone are those days when Indian Cinema and TV industry thrived on the same old formula of poor boy-rich girl romance or for that matter the saas-bahu sagas. Now with these short movies and web series gaining popularity… it won’t be long when the entire story would be said in just 140 words… sounds interesting, doesn’t it…any takers!!!

Period Films Are Here To Stay


By Monica Arora
It’s been almost two years and we are still wondering as to why did Katappa kill Bahubali?

 We all have grown up reading larger than life stories of kings and queens, princes and princesses, gods and goddesses and so, on through fairy tales, Amar ChitraKatha comics or purely through word of mouth stories being passed around for generations from our great grandparents to our generation. Why just in India, a good fairy tale or a historical tale set in the golden days gone past evokes an eager audience everywhere in the world as the child in us still seeks a fascinating story of victory of good over evil or about a monarch or queen who hascaught our imagination through their riches, wealth, kingdom and lavish lifestyles. Think Cleopatra or Elizabeth or Braveheart in Hollywood or Mughal-e-Azam, Bahubali, Jodhaa Akbar, Bajirao Mastani or even the recent dud Mohen-jo-daro closer home in Bollywood.

 With the Bahubali II trailer having just being released, audience excitement mounts and the anticipation to discover as to why Katappa killed Bahubali is on full brim. The 2015 release, marketed under Karan Johar’sgrand Dharma banner was made at a budget of Rs 120 crore (1.2 billion), and went on to become the highest grossing Indian film within India, besides earning the title of third highest grossing Indian film globally. Actually, it was the first and only South Indian film directed by S. S. Rajamouli to gross over Rs 650 crore (6.5 billion) worldwide. So much is the frenzy around the sequel that a three-part book, entitled ‘Bahubali: The Untold Story’ has already been released for those curious to read the story in its entirety. Fans have gone on to compare it to the Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter movies and just cannot wait to see part two!

 Of course Bollywood is known for its period dramas right from the K Asif directed Mughal-e-Azam starring Dilip Kumar, Madhubala and Prithviraj Kapoor. Conceievd in 1944, the film took more than 15 years in making and was eventually released only in 1960. Narrating the doomed love story of Mughal Prince Saleem (Dilip Kumar), who falls in love with a courtesan (Madhubala), only to be strongly opposed by Saleem’sfather Emperor Akbar, the lavishly mounted sets in those days, particularly the Sheesh Mahal created for the Pyarkiya to darna kya song, literally drew thunderous applause from audience whenever it was played on screen. 


Recent years have seen a revival of period based movies in Bollywood after a lull. Ashutosh Gawarikar directed Jodhaa Akbar in 2008 was amongst the fairly successful period dramas that depicted the love story and marital life of King Akbar and his Rajput queen Jodhaa. The main protagonists were played by the Adonis-like HritikRoshan and the queen by the stunning Aishwarya Rai Bachchan whose chemistry left cinegoers enthralled, not to forget the grand sets, stupendous war scenes, and aw-inspiring expensive jewels and costumes and plenty of arms and armour that were especially crafted to lend authenticity to the film. Deemed as a moderate hit, the movie had its cult following amongst those who loved its Sufi music and story.


And then came Bajirao Mastaani, Sanjay LeelaBhansali’s magnum opus in 2015 which became one of the highest grossers of all times, with collections touching some Rs 350 crores. What started as a dream project after his Hum Dil de Chuke Sanam became a huge hit in 1999, his original lead pair of Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai fell through owing to personal reasons and the film got stalled. Until 2014, when Bhansali cast Ranveer Singh as Bajirao, the luminous beauty Deepika Padukone as his Mastaani and Priyanka Chopra as Kashiba, Bajirao’s first wife. Ranveer’s killer physique and Deepika’s grace, costumes and mesmerizing beauty, besides her near-perfect portrayal of Mastani made the movie rake up a frenzy. Truly, the period drama had been revived and on a scale that had been unimaginable a few decades ago.

 The same year also saw Bahubali leaving audiences spellbound, not just in India, but all over the world. A good story enacted by actors and actresses with perfectly toned and well-maintained physiques and with so much thought, planning and detailing going into every aspect of filming has made this genre much sought-after.

With Bahubali 2 around the corner and ‘Padmavati’ in the making one thing is almost certain that period films are here to stay.

Dear Censor Board Bollywood Is Really Getting ‘Lady Oriented’


By Monica Arora

On the eve of yet another Woman’s Day celebrated with alarming alacrity on 8 March every year, it was amusing to see social media trolling and tabloids trashing Hollywood star Emma Watson for wearing a see-through top and exposing her breasts. The Sun carried a story titled ‘Beauty & the Breasts,’ while website, Pret-a-Reporter, stated: “Is Actress and Feminist Emma Watson a Hypocrite for Going Topless in Vanity Fair?”
Befittingly, Emma retorted with the very well-worded statement to Reuters in which she opined: “It just always reveals to me how many misconceptions and what a misunderstanding there is about what feminism is. Feminism is about giving women choice. Feminism is not a stick with which to beat other women with. It’s about freedom, it’s about liberation, it’s about equality. I really don’t know what my tits have to do with it. It’s very confusing.”

 Truly, it is indeed confusing as to what feminism is all about going by how society, particularly the Indian patriarchal society judges women and the male gaze is always looking down upon the female anatomy and sartorial choices.

 But what is heartening to note is the fact that currently, women or actresses in Bollywood are thriving and perhaps getting the best choice of roles that they could have ever envisaged. Right from the Vidya Balan’s portrayal of south Indian siren Silk Smitha in the bold and beautiful The Dirty Picture to a feisty woman protagonist in Kahaani 1 and 2; from Aalia Bhatt’s sexually abused little girl act as Veera in Imtiaz Ali’s much-acclaimed Highway to a state-level hockey player who gets embroiled amidst drug peddlers in Abhishek Chaubey’s heart-wrenching Udta Punjab; from Sonam Kapoor’s south Delhi miss hoity toity act in Aisha to the brave airhostess who saved so many lives whilst sacrificing her own in Ram Madhvani’s Neerja; Deepika Padukone as the quintessential Bengali professional and doting daughter in Shoojit Sarkar’s Piku to her powerful Mastaani portrayal in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Bajirao Mastaani; and from a woman jilted by her fiancé on the eve of her wedding portrayed oh-so-effectively by the effervescent Kangana Ranaut in Vikas Bahl’s Queen to the female stuntwoman in Vishal Bhardwaj’s Rangoon, current Bollywood actresses are literally spoilt for choice when it comes to playing meaningful and powerful characters.

 Not too long ago, all a Hindi film heroine was required to do was two or three romantic numbers and five scenes to support the “hero” in the film but refreshingly, all that has changed. In fact, even when Madhuri and Sridevi ruled the roost in the 1990s, films like Beta, Tezaab and Ram Lakhan of the former, and Chandni, Chaalbaaz and Lamhe stood out as shining examples of how women centric subjects and powerful heroines were adding much value to the male-dominated industry. But these were few and far in between until very recently, when the above listed women actors started not just getting accolades and recognition for their roles, but movies even got a good opening by virtue of their leading lady. Case in point being Tanu Weds Manu 2 and Ram Leela.

And the best part was that more and more women centric films were doing very good business be it Kahaani 1 and 2, The Angry Indian Goddesses winning much critical acclaim, Dear Zindagi, or Sridevi’s comeback vehicle, the Gauri Shinde directed superhit, English Vinglish or even Aishwarya Rai’s impactful lawyer’s portrayal in Jazbaa or the Omung Kumar directed Sarbjit in which she plays the wronged man’s sister, women oriented subjects have found a breath of fresh air in the contemporary scenario.

 When Rani Mukherji left her husband portrayed by Abhishek Bachchan for lack of passion in a lackluster marriage in Karan Johar’s multi-starrer Kabhi Alvida na Kehna, the film drew gasps and groans from traditional Indian audiences back in 2006 as no one was willing to accept that she made love to the man she was attracted to, played by Shah Rukh Khan. The film generated a lot of mixed reactions and debate but cut to 2017, audience tastes have matured and they are all-embracing and all-encompassing to women’s issues such as attempt to rape in Pink; female infanticide in Matrubhoomi; extra marital affairs as in Tabu’s Astitva; child abuse as in Aalia’s Highway; casting couch in Kareena Kapoor’s Heroine; and above all the dignity of a wronged woman in Queen, English Vinglish and Gulabi Gang, all prove that women roles in Bollywood are undergoing a heartwarming transition and people are accepting flawed, real and very down to earth women in movie parts.

As the Greek philosopher Marcus Aurelius stated: “Dwell on the beauty of life. Watch the stars, and see yourself running with them.” That is my ode to womanhood on this Woman’s Day! More power to the women stars…Shine and sparkle and bedazzle with your sheen…

Standing Up When National Anthem Is Being Played In A Movie Is Not Obligatory: SC

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New Delhi (PTI) The Supreme Court on Tuesday clarified that people are not obliged to stand up when National Anthem is played as part of a film or documentary, reports ANI. This comes months after the SC had ordered that National Anthem must be played in all the cinema halls across the country.

Also, ordering for the playing of National Anthem before the film starts accompanied by the showing of National Flag on screen. Earlier, SC stated that everyone present in the cinema halls must rise at the time of National Anthem playing and show respect towards it. The full version should be played and not the edited part of the anthem. Also, that the National Anthem cannot be played in between the film for any commercial benefit, SC had directed reportedly.

A bench of Justices Dipak Misra and R Banumathi made this clear after one of the petitioners said that the apex court should clarify if people are expected to stand when the National Anthem is played in a film, newsreel or documentary.

“It is clarified that when the National Anthem is played as part of the storyline of a film, newsreel or a documentary the audience need not stand,” the bench said. The bench, which said the issue raised by petitioners needs to be debated, has fixed the matter for further hearing on April 18.

The apex court had on November 30 last year ordered cinema halls across the nation to mandatorily play the National Anthem before screening of a movie and the audience must stand and show respect.

This order had come on the PIL filed by one Shyam Narayan Chouksey seeking directions that National Anthem should be played in cinema halls across the country before a film begins and proper norms and protocol be fixed regarding its playing and singing at official functions and programmes where those holding constitutional office are present.

The apex court, while passing a slew of directions, had also observed that “time has come when citizens must realise they live in a nation and are duty-bound to show respect to National Anthem which is a symbol of constitutional patriotism and inherent national quality.”

It had said that “love and respect for the motherland is reflected when one shows respect to the National Anthem as well as to the National Flag”.

The court had barred printing of the anthem or part of it on any object and displaying it in such a manner at places which may be “disgraceful to its status and tantamount to disrespect”. It had also barred playing or displaying an “abridged version” of the anthem.

Various other petitioners have also approached the apex court, which has tagged them with and the bench has tagged with the main petition. Earlier, while promoting film ‘Pink’ megastar Amitabh Bachchan and Shoojit Sircar too had backed the demand to make the playing of National Anthem compulsory in halls.

India Needs More Under Water Films: Rana Daggubati

maxresdefaultMumbai:(PTI) Rana Daggubati hopes that “The Ghazi Attack”, said to be the first ever Indian film to be based on underwater war, will pave way to more such movies in the future.

According to Rana, “The Ghazi Attack”, which is India’s first underwater war-at-sea film, will push other filmmakers to explore this genre.

“When ‘Baahubali’ happened, there was never a war film made in decades. Then we had two films that came, in one film ‘Rudramadevi’ I did a cameo, and other was ‘Gautamiputra Satakarni’. It’s important that somebody breaks that ice and it’s important to break it correctly,” Rana told PTI.

The actor worked very hard to put everything aesthetically correct in “The Ghazi Attack”.

“With this film we knew it’s the first underwater war film we were making. We had to make it aesthetically correct as we did not had a reference point,” he said.

Not many are aware about the underwater tale of courage and patriotism of the men aboard Indian Submarine S-21 who destroyed the Pakistani submarine PNS Ghazi when it ventured into Indian waters to destroy the INS Vikrant.

“We consulted so many Navy people before we started shooting. It’s the film that glorifies the Navy, giving them the due credit. It’s a big incident that has happened in 1971 before the war,” the Telugu star said.

“It’s the first Naval submarine-based film in this country, the West has made so many films like that. We have the fourth largest Navy in the world and we don’t have a film on the Navy which is quite surprising. We were happy to make one,” he said.

Another challenge for the “Dum Maro Dum” actor was to get the VFX and CG (computer graphics) correct in the film so that the underwater action sequences look real.

“As nobody had done submarine water texturing before in India, it took time for us to work on it. Finally we have got a decent product (referring to film). Many people who have seen the film are happy and they did not expect this kind of visual effects,” he said.

The film is up for release on February 17 and the makers launched the trailer on January 11. The “Baahubali” actor took time to release the first look of “The Gazi Attack” as he wanted everything to be in place.

“We were sure we did not want the look of the film to come out till the time we were confident and ready. We finished the film in mid-March (last year), by the time I saw the copy it was January. So it took a long time to get everything correctly,” he said.

Also featuring Taapsee Pannu, Kay Kay Menon and Atul Kulkarni in the lead, the film has been made simultaneously in Hindi and Telugu and will be dubbed in Tamil.

 

Movies To Make Big At The Box Office in 2017

By Deepti D.

Well, ‘Ok Jaanu’ with the so called ‘great’ version of Humma song has already been released and also flopped and so has the unconventional story and the title ‘Haramkhor’. So yes 2017 started on a bad note. But there are several movies lined up for this year which could make big at the box office. With ‘Raees’ and ‘Kaabil’ already out in theatres, a keen contest is going on between both the movies to rake in more moolah. Let’s see what all we have in store for 2017 and whether this year would fare better than 2016…

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How can we not start 2017 with King Khan’s mega release…? Raees is one of the most awaited films of this year. Donning a typical Muslim look with ‘surma’ eyes , taaviz in the neck  and a stubble, SRK plays the role of a cruel and clever bootlegger who criticizes the prohibition of alcohol, prostitution and illegal drugs in Gujarat of the 1980’s. Also, starring Nawazzudin as the tough cop and the Pakistani beauty Mahira Khan, Raees has a gripping storyline which deserves the audience’s attention.

KAABIL

Sharing the same release date as Raees, Kaabil can be termed as Hrithik Roshan’s ‘comeback’ after the disastrous Mohen-jo-daro. Both the lead actors, Hrithik and Yami play visually impaired people and share amazing chemistry. The film is centred around Hrithik’s character who vows to avenge his wife’s rape and murder. Apart from the enthralling storyline, it’s the clash with Raees that is intriguing the audience and who would reign the box office.. so 26th January is the acid test D-Day !

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JOLLY LLB 2

A sequel to the previous movie with the same name, this is the first Akshay Kumar starrer of 2017. This courtroom comedy drama movie releasing in February stars Akshay Kumar as a clumsy lawyer who is representing the most crucial and critical case of his career. The earlier movie has Arshad Warsi who did a fabulous job, let’s see how the master of various emotions Mr Kumar pulls this off.

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RANGOON

Kareena Kapoor is the common factor in Rangoon, no she is not starring in the movie, but the film stars her ex Shahid Kapoor and current hubby Saif Ali in the main roles. The movie slated for a February release is gripping love triangle against the backdrop of the 2nd World war. The girl in question is Kangana Ranaut who is looking as vintage as possible. Let’s see how the trio would fair at the box office… they all need a hit desperately.

BADRINATH KI DULHANIA

The cute pair of Alia Bhat and Varun Dhawan pair in the March release is back. They star in thisromantic comedy which is the next instalment of their previous movie ‘Humpty Sharma ki Dulhania’ which was an instant hit because of its music and storyline. Let’s see what Mr Badrinath has to show us with regard to his dulhania this time

BEGUM JAAN

Vidya Balan is back after a hiatus in this historical drama film, an adaptation of a 2015 Bengali film where the story involves 11 prostitutes who refuse to let of their brothel and each other during the India Pakistan Partition era. With a unique story line, this movie should be a must watch for all people who want re live that era.

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Amitabh Bachchan is back and how! His first release of 2017 is a sequel to the Sarkar series, an Indian political action crime thriller directed by Ram Gopal Varma and slated for a March release. Bosting of a pool of stars like Jackie Shroff, Manoj Bajpayee and Yami Gautam, this is a much awaited movie. Hope it lives up to its predecessors at the box office too.

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JAGGA JASOOS

Come April and we would see the release of the ex-couple Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif’s Jagga Jasoos. This movie which is a musical adventure romantic comedy is about 2 teenage detectives in search of the male lead’s missing father. Although the shooting for the movie started way back in 2013, still after many delays, this movie is seeing the light of the day… hopefully it should light up the box office too.

BAAHUBALI 2

After the super success of Baahubali 1 comes its much-required sequel and is stated to release in April 2017. With its breath-taking visuals and stunts, this movie has to be seen for that one question boggling every audience’s mind ever since the 1st part released… why did Kattappa kill Baahubali?

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Once again Chetan Bhagat’s novel is being made into a movie and this romantic comedy has Arjun Kapoor playing a Bihari boy and Shraddha Kapoor as the modern city girl in the leads. Let’s wait and watch whether this May release would be as successful as the original novel. Only time shall tell.

RAABTA

Coming up this June is alleged love birds Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon’s romantic movie Raabta. Starring a series of other actors, Raabta is a story on human complex relationships and love triangles. Hopefully the off-screen chemistry of the lead pair would be the highlight on screen too.

TUBE LIGHT

The blockbuster duo of Salman Khan and Kabir Khan are back after the super success of ‘Bajrangi Bhaisaab’ in 2015. Now after 2 years they are again ready to create magic on box office with ‘Tubelight’, a historical war drama set during the Indo- Sino War of 1962. The audience is already excited to watch the movie as Sallu Bhai would be romancing the Chinese actor Zhu Zhu for the first time in a Bollywood movie. Are we seeing another super duper hit?

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PADMAVATI

And Sanjay Leela Bhansali is back with another historical drama Padmavati. Starring his favourites again, the love birds Ranveer Singh playing a negative role as Alauddin Khilji and Deepika as Queen Padmavati along with Shahid Kapur as Raja Rawal Ratan Singh, this magnum opus love triangle is slated for a Nov 2017 release.

The year 2017 is certainly going to be an interesting year with some fantastic movies with some awesome performances lined up. Let’s all gear up to see which movie and actors fight for the awards at the end. Till then Happy watching!

 

 

Hrithik Banking Heavily On Mohenjodaro

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By Deepti D.

It’s a known thing that one of the best looking men on planet Earth have been the Greek Gods. They oozed hotness with their tall stature, broad shoulders, chiseled features and deep eyes. Well nowadays its difficult to find such men in daily life.. and if there are any .. they are either taken or well… leave it. So we poor souls look towards Hollywood or Bollywood to soak our eyes… Now Hollywood is too far far away, so the next option is Bollywood and Voila… did we find our desi Greek God… Yes we did …none other than our very own 6ft tall, chiseled featured, green eyes… HRITHIK ROSHAN !!

Hrithik has a very powerful lineage..he was born to family of cinema personalities. His father, actor and director Rakesh Roshan, is the son of music director Roshan. His uncle Rajesh Roshan is a famous music director. So it was but obvious that acting and singing is in his blood.

Having overcome a stammering problem in his childhood, he went on to work as child artist in many films, before debuting in the blockbuster “Kaho na Pyaar hain”(2000) which changed his life forever. With girls falling for him everywhere, he saw stardom in such a short time and it made us think that hope he is not a one movie wonder like Kumar Gaurav. But he proved himself and did good serious cinema like “Fiza” and “Mission Kashmir” where his acting was praised apart from his looks.

His next lot of movies were hits and some were flops.. and then came his dad’s “Koi Mil Gaya”.. a sci fi film and the chemistry between Hrithik and “Jadoo” was something new to everyone. With this started the series of his “K” films directed by Papa Roshan. “Krrish” and “Krrish 2 “ gave us our own Indian superhero and he got a different set of fans… The Kids…!! But thinking of it .. by working within his home productions only, was he making himself exclusive to other makers?

“Jodha Akbar” made us go back in time and we felt that Akbar would have looked like this only, but then he did a ‘bromance’ movie “Zindagi na Milegi Dobara” and made us come to reality that he is the man of this era !! His last release was in 2014 and now after 2 years we are eagerly awaiting his period drama love story “Mohen jo daro” …where we are awaiting to watch the much tanned Hrithik.

But life has not been so easy for Hrithik since his childhood. His struggle to overcome stammering at a young age was a turning point. Later his marriage to childhood sweetheart Suzanne and then getting divorced after 14 years of marriage has made Hrithik a strong person. His brain injury and subsequent surgery has made him realize the importance of life. In all these difficult times, he has maintained a positive outlook towards life.

Right now Roshan Jr is embroiled in a legal battle with Kangana Ranaut which can aptly be called the “Battle of the exes”. The two, who were apparently dating in the past, slapped a legal notice against each other for tarnishing their respective images in the public. And we know that he would come out of this difficult situation too with optimism. In the meantime he is spending quality time with his sons and pampering them with father’s love.

But all this has actually taken a toll on his career. In an industry where if an actress is not seen for like a year, the next movie she does is called her “comeback” , Well Hrithik has not been on the silver screen for like 2 years.. his last screen presence was in 2014. And with young actors propping away every now and then and giving brilliant performances can we say that “Mohen Jo Daro” is his comeback movie??. His fight is not only to give a push to his career but also give competition to the young stars and also make his critics silent who say that Hrithik is a thing of the past….So would this movie give that high to his already sagging career or will our desi Greek God would be buried away in our memories forever. One thing is for sure we cannot lose such an incredible actor for sure…and we hope that this movie breaks all records and brings back Hrithik to the top again…. Only time can tell !!