Aakrosh News

Filmmakers cannot be made through 'shortcut' courses: Govind Nihalani

National Award-winning director and cinematographer Govind Nihalani has lashed out at "shortcut" courses.

Indian cinema is not realistic: Irrfan Khan

Irrfan Khan feels that Bollywood films are not bold enough to raise Dalit issues.


Reinventing myself by making animation film: Govind Nihalani

Filmmaker Gohind Nihalani is coming up with his first animation film.

Flight of Fantasy

Be it the realistic depiction of a victim in the faulty judicial system in Aakrosh,or highlighting the travails of a Hindu family during the P artition in Tamas (1988) or the burning Naxal issue in Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa,filmmaker Govind Nihalani's cinema contributed hugely to the parallel films movement in Hindi cinema.

Ajay Devgn gets a beefy makeover for 'Singham'

He is beefing to play a tough cop in Rohit Shetty's film,so he looks believeble when he bashes up 20 people.

Tees Maar Khan in censor trouble; gets U/A certificate

Further it is learnt that the word 'Sheila' was asked to be removed from the song 'Sheila Ki Jawani'.


Action Packed

Recently,Ajay Devgn and Akshaye Khanna visited the Screen office to talk about their latest action-thriller Aakrosh,honour killings,their chemistry with each other and everything filmi.


Director Priyadarshan is in top form with the meat at his disposal and the most effective performances come from all the negative characters,led by Paresh Rawal.

Aakrosh is not a solution for honour killing: Ajay

Devgb clarifies that Aakrosh isn't 'issue based',but rather a thriller film based on honour killings.

Doing different roles keeps Ajay Devgn moving

With three hits in a row,life is looking up for Ajay Devgn,who was recently blessed with a baby boy.