He recently came to Pune for a press conference promoting his upcoming film, Babumoshai Bandookbaaz, wherein he plays a role of a rustic contract killer. And, the best part of this chat was that he did not hold back and spoke straight from his heart. Read for yourself!
His beaming face and excitement made perfect sense when he told me that The Punekar was the first to do a one-on-one interview with him!
Luring the film industry for eons, Pune has managed to star in quite a few films! Well, we don’t blame the filmmakers as our city has a peerless appeal. So, soaking in the starry glory, here’s listing some of the famous ones!
Effervescent and vivacious, actress Taapsee Pannu could really make you feel at ease during an interview. With successful films in her cache, she gears up for the release of her prequel to Baby, Naam Shabana releasing in the last week of March. The Punekar catches up with her in Pune.
I attained instant celebrity status in my nukkad after interviewing the Ice Maiden, although I do so dislike it when stars show attitude! Aishwarya Rai Bachchan gives me the entire gamut – right from endless phone calls to dealing with a termagant of a hairdresser, to some relentless trudging in the baking heat, before she condescends to sitting for the promised interview.
The city of Pune holds a special place in the history of India. It has produced some of the greatest icons who have shaped our lives and changed the narrative for the good. From the freedom fighter, Bal Gangadhar Tilak to great musician Bhimshen Joshi, these Punekers have been able to inject a fresh perspective […]
Seven goddesses, one awesome film!
Cinema is an art which uses visual medium to narrate a story and also gives us a glimpse of reality. Introduced in the end of the 19th Century, cinema is world’s most recent form of art. Not only is it recent, but it also is an amalgamation of complexity, collaboration and one of the costliest […]
HiFi in Bollywood takes the reader from the streets of Berkeley to the film studios of Mumbai, from red light areas to police stations and from reality to dreams and back to reality again…
To know the whole scenario and thought process behind the making of the film DON, we now have a interesting book titled, ‘The Making of Don’ written by Krishna Gopalan, a renowned journalist & film buff. We tell you more with a review of the book…