Tue. Jul 23rd, 2024


Expresso Bollywood News Highlights of the week Transcript

Let us begin with our top story: Actor-producer Alia Bhatt on Sunday, June 16th announced she had turned author with The Adventures of Ed-a-Mamma: Ed Finds A Home, a children’s picture book. The actor, who has a 19-month-old daughter Raha with Brahmastra co-star-husband Ranbir Kapoor, shared the update on her Instagram page. She wrote, “A new adventure begins. ‘Ed Finds a Home’ is just the beginning of a new series of books from the universe of Ed-a-mamma. My childhood was full of storytelling and storytellers and one day I had a dream to bring out that child in me and put it into books for children”.

 

Moving on, Actor Varun Dhawan, who recently became a father with wife Natasha Dalal, shared a special glimpse of his daughter on Father’s Day. Celebrating his first Father’s Day on Sunday, June 16th Varun took to his Instagram account to post a touching picture. The picture showed his daughter holding tightly onto his finger, with her face partially hidden. The post also included another picture of Varun holding his pet dog Joey’s paw. In the caption, He wrote, “Happy Father’s Day. My father taught me that the best way to celebrate this day is by going out there and working for your family so I’ll be doing just that. Couldn’t be happier to be a girl dad.”

 

Actor Ratna Pathak Shah is known for her mincing words and speaking out against industry and societal issues. Recently, she expressed her opinion on high-octane action spectacles like RRR and Animal and the general spike in the number of aggressive action films. During a chat with The Lallantop, Ratna said, “Frankly, I have not seen RRR and Animal. I tried watching RRR but I didn’t watch the entire film. However, I didn’t feel the need to watch Animal. Sex and violence are portrayed in a strange way in South Indian films. It is an interesting contradiction a very civilised, controlled society is shown at one level in their films and then there is this violence that is especially incredible.”

 

Ace Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap addressed the issue of exorbitant fees demanded by stars, and their high entourage costs and stressed the need for others in the industry to learn from superstars like Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, and Aamir Khan. During his chat with Bollywood Bubble. He said, “Biggest example is Gangs of Wasseypur. My fees were zero because I didn’t want to replace actors with big stars. But the most cost-conscious persons in our industry are the three big bad stars we have – Shah Rukh, Salman, and Aamir. They do not charge fees for their films. They take back their films. Hence, none of their films are costly.”
Filmmaker Nitesh Tiwari’s Ramayana has been generating buzz, and not all of it is positive. Veteran actor Sunil Lahri, who portrayed Lakshman in the 1987 show Ramayan, has shared his views on the much-anticipated Ranbir Kapoor-starrer. Lahri finds the idea of Ranbir playing Ram “unacceptable to the audience,” although he admits, from the poster, that he liked his look. In an interview, veteran actor Sunil said, “No doubt Ranbir is a great actor with a big legacy. I’m sure he will do justice, but it’s the perception of people you can’t change. Especially after doing something like Animal recently, it will be difficult for people to see him as Lord Ram.”

 

Meanwhile, Hrithik Roshan, with his debut in Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai, not only stole hearts with his acting but also with his dance skills. Farah Khan, who was a dance director in the film, recalled an unforgettable moment with Hrithik becoming a dance icon. In an interview with Radio Nasha Official, Farah said, “We were getting bored, so I told my assistant, Pappu, to choreograph the most difficult steps and ask Hrithik to perform them. My assistant, Pappu, showed him the steps, and we waited for Hrithik to react — thinking he would say, ‘I can’t do this’ and then we would all laugh. Hrithik looked at Pappu and did the whole thing effortlessly. It was like a joke on us!”

 

Suniel Shetty has been a part of some of the most iconic films in the Hindi film industry, including Priyadarshan’s Hera Pheri and JP Dutta’s Border. Talking on Bharti TV, he said, “The first two shows of Hera Pheri were flat. Zero. It was a disaster. However, when we were shooting it, we were laughing like crazy. Me, Paresh, and Akshay were confident it was a blockbuster. The film later picked up after 6 pm. The same case was with Border. Sometimes, the films you believe in the most, get a delayed reaction. They used to call Border a documentary, and now it’s one of the biggest hits of Indian cinema.”

 

Lastly: Deepika Padukone, who will next be seen in Kalki 2898 AD, attended the grand event of the film in Mumbai on Wednesday, June 19th along with the other cast members of the film. This was Deepika’s first public appearance, flaunting her baby bump. During the event, actor Rana Dagubatti, who was hosting segments welcomed Deepika on stage. Deepika then shared a light moment talking about her co-star Prabhas and how he would feed the whole crew on set. She said, “I am like this because of all the food that he has fed me. Every day, at one point, it was like the food was not only coming from his home, it was like a full catering service.”





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