Archive for August, 2011

Rajat Kapoor’s Fatso has been ready for quite sometime and now the first trailer of the film is out. It’s produced by PNC and stars Ranvir Shorey, Purab Kohli and Gul Panag.

Check it out.

For more details about the film, click here.

Tip : DaMovieManiac


It’s raining trailers and how! After Agneepath and The Dirty Picture, the trailer of Imtiaz Ali’s Rockstar is finally out. The film stars Ranbir Kapoor and Nargis Fakhri. And the most interesting bit – A R Rahman’s music. And we will also get to see Shammi Kapoor one last time on the big screen. Bring it on!

So it looks like Imtiaz is recycling his old formula once again – cool and confused lovers will travel a distance (physically and emotionally) and discover true love. Socha Na Tha, Jab We Met, Love Aaj Kal, all follow the same formula. Lovers just take one more step ahead – about to marry(SNT), almost married (JWM), just married (LAK) and then they discover their true love. This one seems to be following the same route. New track – Rockstar bit and the music scene. Let’s see how it plays out.

And if sadda haq, aithye rakh is the sound of the film, gimme more!

Tip – DaMovieManiac

What’s the point of being a filmmaker if you don’t have fanboys, right?

So here’s a fanboy video made by the “usual suspects” which is inspired by Anurag Kashyap’s latest film That Girl In Yellow Boots. It’s easy to guess who the suspects  (read carefully) are but since it came from an anonymous mail id, we will let them be.

Click on the play button and check it out.

After OUATIM, producer Ekta Kapoor, director Milan Luthria and writer Rajat Arorra have  again come together for their next film The Dirty Pciture. The film stars Naseeruddin Shah, Vidya Balan, Emraan Hashmi and Tusshar. DoP is Bobby Singh and it has music by Vishal-Shekhar.

Looks like Vidya Balan is going full throttle with this one and without any kind of inhibitions. Plus Bappi Lahiri’s vocals and zimbly zouth kitsch all over, the trailer is exactly what one would expect from this film. It’s one film which must have been “hit” even at the idea level, all they needed was a good actress. Bring it on!

Also one good thing they have done is that they didn’t compromise on the trailer and kept Tusshar only for few seconds. Sadly we have to tolerate him in the film.

The first look of (new) Agneepath is finally out. Produced by Karan Johar and directed by debutant Karan Malhotra, it stars Hrithik Roshan, Sanjay Dutta, Rishi Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra. Credits include Adapted Screenplay – Ila Datta & Karan Malhotra, Music – Ajay-Atul, Dialogues – Piyush Mishra and Lyrics – Amitabh Bhattacharya.

Interestingly it’s not an exact remake but more of an adaptation. Looks like high intensity drama on big scale and full of colours. And unlike any other KJo Productions. Well, that’s a good start. The only thing not working in the trailer is the logo of Dharma Productions and that weird background music with it. Dear KJo, now get rid of it. Enough of emotional attachment.

Rockstar Poster – Real or fake?

Posted: August 24, 2011 by moifightclub in bollywood, film, first look, Poster
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Imtiaz Ali’s Rockstar starring Ranbir Kapoor is ready for release. The film’s theatrical trailer will come out with Salman Khan’s Bodygaurd. And the film’s first poster is just out. Some nice sketch work but a tacky font.

But is it real or fake? We are not sure yet but this one is currently online.

This post is part of our small endeavour to spupport indie films and give them some visbility. We haven’t seen the film, have no clue about the makers, just a random mail and here it is. Do check out the trailer.

Shuttlecock Boys is a self-financed independent Hindi feature film produced by Pennywise Films and directed by Hemant Gaba. After travelling through some film festivals (Jaipur, Surat & Shimla) in India, it will have its International Premiere in USA at Chicago South Asian Film Festival followed by a screening in the competitive category of International Film Festival Ahmedabad in October.

The film tells the story of 4 boys Gaurav, Manav, Loveleen & Pankaj who embark on an eventful journey of “doing something on their own”, a decision that they take while playing badminton one night in their neighbourhood streets. This journey becomes the litmus test of their determination, courage, luck & spirit of the friendship.

The story originated from the director’s upbringing years in lower middle class, out of his personal experiences of being stuck in 9 to 6 monotonous jobs & his willingness to charter into unknown territory of doing something on his own that the middle class parents always dread.  With a small sum of 35 lakhs mostly from his savings & small loans from friends and family, the film was shot handheld mostly with non-actors on more than 18 locations over a span of 22 days in Delhi & suburbs.

Chcek out the trailer

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