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Ranveer Singh – Sajid Nadiadwala shake a leg on Housefull 4 song Shaitan Ka Saala – watch video!

At the wrap-up party of the film ’83 held in Mumbai and the lead actor Ranveer Singh and producer Sajid Nadiadwala have seen shaking a leg on the recently released song of Housefull 4 titled ‘Shaitan Ka Saala’.

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Ranveer Singh and Sajid Nadiadwala

At the wrap-up party of the film ’83 held in Mumbai and the lead actor Ranveer Singh and producer Sajid Nadiadwala have seen shaking a leg on the recently released song of Housefull 4 titled ‘Shaitan Ka Saala’. The quirky song from Housefull 4, ‘Shaitaan Ka Saala’ featuring Akshay Kumar released recently within no time the song’s fever is all over the Bollywood.

The signature step has taken over the internet as we saw Ayushmann Khurrana grooving on the same song and now the powerhouse of energy Ranveer Singh has also seen dancing on the tunes of ‘Bala’. The quirky video is making around on the internet as Ranveer Singh dance along with his ’83 producer Sajid Nadiadwala who’s producing Housefull 4 as well.

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The song launch of ‘Shaitan Ka Saala’ happened in Hyderabad on a grand scale and before that, we got to see the Bollywood swinging on the tune of the new song. The comedy of errors stars Akshay Kumar, Riteish Deshmukh, Bobby Deol, Kriti Sanon, Pooja Hegde and Kriti Kharbanda in double roles as the story revolves around reincarnation.

Housefull 4 is presented and produced by Sajid Nadiadwala’s Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment and co-produced by Fox Star Studios, directed by Farhad Samji the film is slated to release on Diwali 2019.

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Global pop group ‘Now United’ teams up with India’s pop sensation Naezy and Shalmali

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Mumbai, 02 December 2019 – India’s next big new-age pop culture experts, Big Bang Music, recently joined hands with global pop music group ‘Now United’ by Simon Fuller, for an exciting collaboration which brings together Big Bang’s leading artists – the Pop Diva Shalmali and the hip hop sensation Naezy to feature in their latest music video titled ‘Legends’.

This diverse and first ever global pop group, Now United, created by American Idol’s Simon Fuller, reaches out to the world through the expression of dance and music; engrossing the music junkies who want to learn, sing and live the song. While the freshly launched pop company Big Bang Music aims to disrupt, involve and create a voice for independent music in our country. This new age brand/company with their not so conventional choices is set to break the clutter and woo the audiences with their interesting mix of music.

As a part of their first ever YouTube Music world tour, ‘Now United’ had a fantastic time travelling across places like Paris, London, Dubai, Tokyo, Rio De Janeiro, Los Angeles and Mumbai. On their visit to Mumbai, the members of ‘Now United’ jammed with Big Bang Music’s artists. Shalmali and Naezy were the only Indian singers to feature in their larger-than-life video. A perfect amalgamation of several cultures, ‘Legends’ fully captures the true and real celebration of music and dance! The music video was screening at New York City’s Times Square and at L.A. Live in Los Angeles, arousing interest among thousands of viewers.

Commenting on this new association, Gaurav Wadhwa, Co-founder/ CEO, Big Bang Music said, “Now United has built an incredible foundation globally through Simon’s vision. I have partnered with XIX Entertainment and Now United in the past and are glad to take this existing relationship ahead with new collaborations. Now United and Big Bang’s approach is very similar as it allows artists to not confine themselves to any boundaries and reach larger audiences and markets. Also, this allows a great way for the artists to exchange learning and understand each other’s culture and collaborate.”

Catch the new video – ‘Legends’ from Big Bang Music and Now United here –

 

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I want to make Tom Cruise Dance: Farah Khan

The filmmaker-choregrapher held a masterclass at IFFI this year

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Choreographer- Filmmaker Farah Khan was at her wittiest best at an in-conversation session at the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) Goa. When she was told that she wears various hats, Farah answered,  “Primarily I am a mother to my three children. I have directed only 4 movies in 12 years. So that is something I have done the least.”

Asked about the challenges when it comes to choreographing a song, she opined, “It is easy to choreograph when a director has a clear vision about how the song has to look. Mani Ratnam has great clarity he pushes the technicians to give their best. Even Kundan Shah, Mansoor Khan…they all are great.”

On being accused of making masala films, Farah said, “Please don’t leave your brain or any part of your body behind. A general perception is that a film that has entertainment that has no value. Unfortunately, we all are prejudiced.”

“I love all sorts of films…I love them (Art films) for their serenity. I admire movies that let you be. The only thing a film shouldn’t do is to bore you. I don’t expect a film to educate you… at least in a preachy manner… because I went to school. I loved the film Munna Bhai that has entertainment along with a good message.”

Farah didn’t agree that films have an impact on society. She feels, “Gandhigiri would have been a big thing or India Pakistan treaty would have happened after Main Hoon Na if that was the case.”

When asked about being addressed as a female director, Farah said, “It’s not a gender-specific job. Don’t slot me. A lot of women directors accept and revel in that but I reject that.”

When asked about why there are very few women-centric films, Farah said, “Because there is a business module. A big-ticket film with a big hero tends to earn more. Audiences don’t go to watch films with women in the lead. They want to go and watch a big hero film over a female-centric film.”

On being blamed for making masala films, she clarified, “No director should be told what to make or not make. In all my movies I make sure that the woman has a job, they are not only there because they want to get married. You won’t see any obscenity or vulgar scenes in my films.”

Looking back at item songs in films, Farah said, “In the 90s and early 2000 we did a lot of songs. When we look back, we wonder if that really happened. Now as you grow and learn, you realize you shouldn’t do these kinds of songs where you objectify women. Now you are careful… sometimes people also get touchy about frivolous things but a lot has changed too.”

Talking about the song Deewangi from Om Shanti Om, Farah was asked if she managed to get all the actors she wanted. She laughed, “Aamir drove me crazy for ten days but he couldn’t make it because he was editing Taare Zameen Par… After 4 years he told me he didn’t want to do the song.”

Talking about the iconic Chaiyaa Chaiyaa song, Farah said, “We couldn’t get the permission to shoot at the station, so we managed to shoot it on top of a train and without rehearsals, we did it in 4 days…no one fell,” she joked and added, “We approached Shilpa to Raveena… a lot of other actors but no one did it. Malaika did the song and became a star after that.”

Talking about how there are fewer song and dance numbers nowadays, she explained, “Lot of songs today are non-lip sync. Soon you might not have songs to dance on.”

Talking about remixes, she said, “I am fed up of remixes. I don’t know why they are making them. It’s a call the music company has taken, because it is nostalgic. A retro song catches fast.”

She also spoke about her web show called Back Benchers. “It is a quiz show…sometimes we dumb it down when we know which celebrity is coming,” she said with a wink.

When asked about what she wishes to do in says the next 5 years, Farah promptly replied, “I definitely want to make Tom Cruise dance!

 

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Ananya Panday is the new icon for the younger generation and this video shows just how much she is loved!

The actress has garnered an immense fan base and her So Positive DSR initiative is impressing the youth

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Teen sensation Ananya Panday has become the talk of the town, with her back to back films and her ‘So Positive DSR initiative’. The actress was promoting her upcoming film ‘Pati Patni Aur Woh’ in Mumbai recently and coincidentally there was a birthday party going on at the same venue. 

When the young girls from the party heard about Ananya Panday being there they went crazy and rushed to meet her.

In the video, one can see that how the young girls are all super excited to meet Ananya and the actress is also seen having a good time enjoying with the girls in one of the most adorable videos ever.

Owing to her great body of work and her impeccable fashion sense has not only led the actress to garner an immense fan base across quarters but many young girls also look up to Ananya as an icon and this video is a testimony to the same.

Ananya Panday is on a roll. Ever since the actress has marked her debut there has been no looking back. Holding the ‘So Positive’ Baton strongly and speaking up on ‘Social media bullying’ by creating awareness the actress has created a safe space for the victims to share their stories. Her initiative has not received an applaud by her fans but many B-town celebs have also lauded the actress for her brave initiative.

The actress has received a lot of appreciation for the trailer of her upcoming film Pati, Patni Aur Woh which is all set to release on the 6th of December 2019. She will also be seen alongside Ishaan Khatter in Khaali Peeli.

 

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