Posts Tagged ‘Raajneeti’

Arjun Rampal: Shahrukh Khan’s Hard Work and Dedication is Quite an Inspiration

Arjun Rampal, the macho man of Bollywood is well known for his great work in movies like Om Shanti Om, Raajneeti and We Are Family.

This is one actor who has been appreciated for his negative roles as much as for his positive ones. However, now the actor is all set to appear in one of the most expensive Hindi movies ever made titled Ra.One, which is being made under Shahrukh Khan’s home production.

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Arjun Rampal who plays the bad guy in the movie had to sweat it out for an entire four to five months of rigorous training to get into the right look of the character he plays in the movie.

Ra.One, which is a science- fiction, has Shahrukh enacting the role of G.One in it and his hard work and dedication has been quite an inspiration for Arjun Rampal too. So much so that Arjun went on to publicly state that Shahrukh’s passion was contagious.

The hard work and dedication that he has gone in to make this movie is truly something which is worth appreciating.

Ra.One is full of action and thrill and reports are that the fight sequences between Arjun Rampal and SRK is something extremely fiery and dangerous and no stone has been left unturned to depict the enormity of the fights.

Arjun Rampal and Shahrukh Khan were great to watch in Om Shanti Om and with this movie getting bigger and better, the chemistry between the two honchos is something everyone is waiting to see.

A fresh poster of the movie is out with Shahrukh sporting the G.One look with blue eyes et al, this movie is certainly one of the most awaited this year.

–Sampurn Wire

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Posted by Editor on 4 January, 2011

Rahul Dholakia’s next with Ravi Chopra

After Lamhaa and the almost-completed social satire Society Rahul Dholakia is all set to direct a film for Ravi Chopra, again based on a ‘burning’ issue.

But this time the issue that Dhalokia who made films on the Gujarat communal riots (Parzania) and Kashmir, is not political. It’s about the loopholes in the legal system.

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Posted by Editor on 7 August, 2010

‘Raajneeti’ Success Yet to Sink in – Arjun Rampal

Arjun Rampal hasn’t been happier. Whether it was ‘Rock On’, ‘Om Shanti Om’ or ‘Housefull’, he did see good appreciation coming his way. In fact he also fetched a National award for himself after ‘Rock On’. However, the acclaim that he has received ever since the release of ‘Raajneeti’ has been, in his own words, unprecedented. No wonder, he truly believes that the month gone by has been akin to a dream, which he doesn’t want to break.

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Posted by Editor on 2 July, 2010

Ranbir Helps Prakash Jha, Nana Patekar to Patch Up

You’ve seen Ranbir Kapoor give sterling performances in film after film. But Ranbir, the Peace-maker is a new role he adopted to bring Prakash Jha and Nana Patekar together after their very public fall-out.

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Posted by Editor on 2 July, 2010

Katrina Kaif arranges Special Screening of Raajneeti for Salman Khan’s Family

For those who think that Katrina has severed all relations with Salman Khan and his family, there is news. Recently she arranged a show of her latest hit ‘Raajneeti’ for Salman’s dad, the renowned script writer Salim Khan and the entire family…minus Salman, who maintains his clean slate vis-à-vis Katrina’s work.

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He has not seen a single film of hers.

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Posted by Editor on 29 June, 2010

Angelina Jolie to Play Draupadi!

Indian filmmaker Prakash Jha has a dream project Draupadi, in which he wants to cast Hollywood star Angelina Jolie in the lead role.

After the success of Raajneeti, which was inspired by the great Indian epic Mahabharata, Jha is ready for another movie, which will also be based on the same epic.

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Posted by Editor on 23 June, 2010

An Actor Should Never Live in Isolation – Arjun Rampal

Arjun Rampal is letting his feet down and relaxing at his spacious penthouse in the 21st floor in the suburbs when I meet him for this interview post success of Raajneeti which has garnered for him a lot of accolades for his sterling performance, as an astute politician. As his maid servant serves us hot steaming cup of coffee, Arjun tells me that right now that entire he is doing is to absorb the reactions of people who have seen his film.

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“Who says that good films do not work at the box office? Rajneeti has definitely proved that a film which has a running time of 2.45 minutes and a story which is rooted to the earth and without songs can work universally. The brilliant performance of the entire cast is being spoken about. I feel that it is a huge step for the whole film industry”, quips Arjun.

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Posted by Editor on 19 June, 2010

Arjun Rampal is basking Away to Glory after Raajneeti’s Success

arjun rampalOn Raajneeti success - Raajneeti is not only a big film but also one of the most expensive films. My character also had lots to do. It was very essential for the film to run, and when a film like this does well not only in India but overseas as well, when the audience appreciate such kind of characters and films then it makes you feel that yes writers should write such films, something which is good , which is going to make the industry grow and take a step forward. I feel satisfied, happy and feel a kind of connection with the audience- that for me is the biggest high. The film lived up to all the expectations.

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Posted by Lipika Varma on 15 June, 2010

Sarah Thompson’s Bollywood Aspirations!

Bollywood has always attracted foreign actors because of its versatility. Starting from the era of Raj Kapoor, who brought the Russian actress Kseniya Ryabinkina for his movie Mera Naam Joker, to Rakesh Roshan, who has brought Mexican actress Barbara Mori for his latest flick Kites, Indian filmmakers have also offered good roles to the foreign talents.

Sarah Thompsons

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Posted by Editor on 14 June, 2010