Category archives for: Bollywood

Dev Patel’s ‘The Wedding Guest’ in this years’ Sydney Film Fest

The 66th Sydney Film Festival has announced a sneak peek of 25 new films to be featured in this year’s 5-16 June event.The announcement is in advance of the full program launch on Wednesday 8 May. This year’s festival is screening director Michael Winterbottom’s Indian film ‘The Wedding Guest’ starring actor Dev Patel along side Indian […]

Padmashree Ustad Rashid Khan’s Sydney Concert: An Ensemble of Virtuosos

By Aradhana Bhatt It was an impasse, a predicament:  Which one of the stunning six to applaud more, as they rose to take their final bow when Ustad Rashid Khan’s ‘Aaoge jab tum Sajana..’ concluded his concert on the evening of Sunday April 8 at Sir John Clancy Auditorium. Ustad Rashid Khan opened the evening […]

Ash, even in wax, will do

By Neena Badhwar Twentieth century produced many inspirational leaders, revolutionaries, fighters of human rights, many great people who devoted their life in serving the humanity to bring down the suffering of the down trodden, the destitute of our society. There are a few who come directly to the mind – Florence Nightingale who walked with […]

Shahrukh Khan and Priyanka Chopra in Sydney

On Thursday 4th April, the doors will officially open at the exciting new, Lights, Camera, Bollywood experience at Madame Tussauds Sydney. The new zone invites guests to step backstage and join Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Shah Rukh Khan on a movie production set where you take the starring role in your favourite iconic Bollywood film scenes such as Dilwale Dulhania […]

Madame Tussauds Sydney is hosting an exciting afternoon of pop-up Bollywood dance classes

Location: Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150 Date: Wednesday 3rd April 2019 Time: 12 – 2pm Cost: Free Age: All ages welcome! Madame Tussauds Sydney is hosting an exciting afternoon of pop-up Bollywood dance classes in Centenary Square, Parramatta on Wednesday 3rd April. It’s all in celebration of the new Lights, Camera, Bollywood experience that launches in Madame Tussauds Sydney on 4th April at the Darling […]

Kesari – Real story, Unreal depiction

Akshay Kumar as I have said before is turning into the next Mr.Bharat! The guy chooses yet again to display his nationalist urge, albeit the fact that he is a Canadian citizen! Anurag Singh’s Kesari is inspired by the true story of the battle of Saragarhi, 1897, where a band of 21 soldiers of the British Indian Army’s […]

Badla – Lekin Amitabh nahin badla!

By Devaki Parthasarathy If you loved Kahaani… you will love Badla even more! Director Sujoy Ghosh presents yet another whodunit, with style and pizazz. Murder mysteries have been done so very many times since Waqt and from so very many angles, that finding that one piece that doesn’t quite fit till the end is almost […]

Madhuri Dixit in Kalank

Kalank – Release date April 19, 2019 Alia Bhatt is all set to amaze one and all with her brilliant performance once again with her upcoming film, ‘Kalank’. The actress will be sharing the screen space with none other than ‘Madhuri Dixit Nene in the film. Speaking about being in awe of the ‘Dhak Dhak […]

Qissebazi by Danish Husain, in Sydney that is…

By Neena Badhwar Danish Husain has been to Sydney twice. Nautanki Theatre Company (NTC) presented him, second time, when he performed to a hall full, a select audience at Macquarie University theatre on March 9. And a day earlier he did a master class on the 8th to a little over thirty people, media students, […]

Sydney remembers Sridevi

By Neena Badhwar Sridevi came into Bollywood with a bang. She was young, very pretty, tall with a perfect figure. Every feature on her face was attractive, especially her eyes. She set the screens alive with her candid acting and became a heartthrob of fans worldwide. Girls emulated her with her ‘Mere hathon mein nau […]

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