There's no such thing as too much Harry Potter- a firm belief of the fantasy fandom. The first trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, the sequel to 2016's Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, a spin-off of the Harry Potter series, hit the web on Tuesday. The trailer opens with familiar shot of Hogwarts Castle. It has almost been seven years since we saw the school, as Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 released in 2011. And now we are treated to Jude Law, as Albus Dumbledore. The reason for this introduction is, his association with New Scamander, the magi zoologist from the first film. Dumbledore needs Newt's help to track down his powerful friend, Gellert Grindelwald, who has escaped prison. We only get to see a fleeting shot of Grindelwald, b...
NEW DELHI:The trailer of Varun Dhawan's new movie October raises a lot of questions and leaves them unanswered. The trailer tracks the story of Dan, a student of hotel management, who is currently employed as a trainee in a five-star hotel. Varun plays the role of Dan, while his fellow batch-mate Shiuli is played by Banita Sandhu. The trailer begins with Dan expressing his surprise over Shiuli's fondness for him. Then, the trailer goes into flashback which is a collage of the day-to-day encounters between Shiuli and Dan as they carry on with their daily chores at the hotel. After a sudden turn of events, Shiuli's friends find her admitted in the ICU when Dan learns that she had inquired about him. This makes Dan curious about Shiuli's feelings for him and he grows affectionate towards
Chennai: Kaala or black is the colour of the proletariat, so says the teaser of Rajinikanth's latest movie Kaala. In Kabali, Rajinikanth was a steely Malaysian people's leader trying to piece together his family torn-apart by ethnic strike, but in Kaala the 67-year-old is a true-blue working class man taking on hegemonistic forces looking to rule over the lowly labour classes. They are white, he is black. The teaser is a reference to black and white. In the opening of the teaser, the antagonist, Nana Patekar, dressed in white, asks: "What sort of a name is Kaala?" Sample, Rajinikanth's answer: "Uzhaippin vannam Karuppe (The colour of the working class is black)." There is an Amdebkar touch as well in the teaser. "Katravai Patravai," Says Rajinikanth which means Educate, Agitate and ...
Looking back on 2017, one moment lights up Kangana Ranaut, the memory of it breaking her face into a divine smile. Collecting snowflakes in her palms outside her eco-friendly villa nestled in an organic farm in Manali on a cold December evening. For the 30-year-old star, it was another personal milestone—her farm has been nearly two years in the making. Turns out, the year was just as significant for her personally as it was for her fiery public persona, which has been a tabloid and front page staple. In September, she started work on what she acknowledges as the most challenging film of her life, Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi, in which she plays Rani Lakshmibai. It’s a historical figure Ranaut looked up to during her growing years. Determined to do justice to the role, the actor per
Director Pa Ranjith has joined hands with superstar Rajinikanth for the second consecutive time, after the success of Kabali. Kaala, produced by Rajinikanth's son-in-law and actor Dhanush, will be released worldwide on April 27. Dhanush took to Twitter to share that the much-awaited teaser of his dream project Kaala will be released on March 1. He wrote, "The news you have all been waiting for. #kaala TEASER FROM MARCH 1ST. Get ready to be in awe of our one and only Superstar's charisma and style." Dhanush also promised a treat for Rajinikanth fans. Roughly translated, his words mean, "You haven't seen Kaarikalan's rowdy avatar, haven't you? You will see it soon." Earlier, it was rumoured that the teaser would be unveiled on March 10. Now, the makers have pushed its release for reason
In the teaser of his upcoming release Blackmail, Irrfan Khan introduced himself as a “perfect middle-class married man”. But then we wondered how his perfect life turned topsy-turvy and made him run bare-chested on the streets. The mystery has been solved. The makers of Blackmail have released the trailer of the movie and from it, we know Irrfan has learnt about his wife’s infidelity and this is what has brought him on the streets. In Blackmail, Irrfan has once again taken up the role of a common man, Dev. In the two and a half minutes long trailer, Irrfan aka Dev narrates the story of his wife cheating on him. While the friend, who is listening to Irrfan, wonders if the husband will kill the lover or wife, Irrfan comes up with the third option. Unlike any other partners, Irrfan doesn’t
Tiger Shroff’s rebel tale Baaghi has got a sequel in Baaghi 2. This time the actor fights for Disha Patani who plays his love interest in the movie. In the trailer of the second installment of the action franchise, we see Tiger flaunting his expertise in martial arts. His well choreographed moves and his chiselled body leaves you amazed. Disha, on the other hand, has once again donned the avatar of a simpleton and looks very similar to how she looked in her Bollywood debut, MS Dhoni: The Untold Story. Other than the lead actors, short glimpses of the supporting cast of the movie including Randeep Hooda, Manoj Bajpayee, Prateik Babbar and Deepak Dobriyal have left us intrigued. As the two and a half minutes trailer opens, Tiger aka Ronnie narrates his love story to Neha played by Disha.
Ajay Devgn’s upcoming film 'Raid ' already has everyone excited post the release of its intriguing trailer. Now, a new song from the movie has come out which Ajay Devgnshared on social media. Titled as 'Nit Khair Manga', this Sufi love song is sung by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, recreated by Tanishk Bagchi and penned by Manoj Muntashir. While the track itself is catchy and soothing, the chemistry Ajay Devgn and Ileana D’Cruz share on screen take things to a whole new level. It also shows all the scenic locations of Lucknow where the movie is set in. Overall, 'Nit Khair Manga' looks like a promising song that can find its way into people’s hearts. Based on one of the most high-profile and well-crafted Income Tax raids of the country, 'Raid' explores the struggle an upright Income Tax Offic
NEW DELHI: Pari is back. If you just thought Anushka Sharma was done, you were wrong. Yet again, she scared the heck out of us with a new teaser... ummm no, a 'screamer' of her forthcoming film. The video opens on Anushka, who is squatted on the railing of a balcony and suddenly, she turns back... Red eyes and a spooky voice follow. "I'm waiting," wrote the actress while sharing Pari- screamer 4 on social media. Anushka Sharma is scaring the bejesus out of us with the screamers and trailer of Pari. (Reminder - Pari isn't for the faint-hearted and it 'isn't a 'fairy tale'). Watch Pari - screamer 4 here. https://youtu.be/JiwHhtqKgtU Have you watched the trailer yet? https://youtu.be/PQKu78NnyvU Here's something 'more haunting than your Monday blues.' Going by the videos so far, it