Aag was a film that became famous for being so flop that it was later touted as Ramu ki Aag after its filmmaker. Now the Bollywood director Ram Gopal Verma says that his Aag has become benchmark for the flop films. He jokingly says that now flop film Raavan should be titled as Raavan ki
Mani Ratnam’s Raavan has not clicked well with the viewers in the northern parts of the country but the movie has done well in the South. The distributors and exhibitors now hope that they can recover some losses from the Southern business. The latest reports say that the Hindi version of the film now has
Mani Ratnam’s Raavan has not done well in the northern part of the country while it is a huge hit in the South. But Amitabh Bachchan is not happy with the way Abhishek Bachchan’s character was handled on the editing table. He is upset with the editing of the character. Amitabh wrote on his twitter
Amir Khan was supposed to attend the London premiere of “Raavan” which took place in the British Film Institute in London’s Southbank. But that didn’t happen due to unavoidable circumstances. Had that happened, London would have been blessed with a site that even fans in India crave after. A site, starring 3 of the biggest
Mani Ratnam’s much talked abut and awaited film Raavan is to be released this Friday in domestic and overseas circles. While the Tamil version will be released on 220 screens in South India, its premier in London has already gained popularity. The film is awaited so eagerly due to Mani Ratnam and abhishek Bachchan’s title
Dev falls in love with Ragini, a spunky classical dancer who is as unconventional as him. They get married and he takes up his new post in Lal Maati, a small town in northern India,
A town where the word of law is not the police but Beera, a tribal who has, over the years, shifted
Mani Ratnam’s much-awaited Raavan — starring Abhishek Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai and South-Indian superstar Vikram — is a landmark adaptation of the ancient epic ‘Ramayana’, moulded to suit the contemporary tastes.
Raavan is the story of police inspector Dev (played by Vikram) and his classical dancer wife Ragini (Aishwarya) who relocate to Lal Maati, a remote town
Though speculation about Govinda’s role in the Mani Ratnam’s about to be released movie Raavan is not clear yet, but speculations are that his character is modeled after Ramayana’s Hanuman.
The star actor is playing a forest officer and he helps Vikram, playing the character of Dev, in searching for his wife Ragani, a character