‘Helicopter Eela’ releasing on 12 October, 2018 at Major Ekamai, Rama 3 & Pattaya

She’s here, there and everywhere! What happens when an over-protective but cool mother joins his son’s college to spend more time with him! Watch out for the cool mother-son duo and a twist in the tale as her plans backfire and she suffers a backlash from Vivan for invading his privacy. Will Helicopter Eela manage to salvage her relationship with Vivan and find her calling again? Find out as Helicopter Eela releases in theaters on 12 October, 2018.

Starring : Kajol, Riddhi Sen, Neha Dhupia and Tota Roy Choudhury

Directed by : Pradeep Sarkar

Produced by : Ajay Devgn, Dhaval Jayantilal Gada, Aksshay Jayantilal Gada

Co-produced by : Kumar Mangat Pathak, Vikrant Sharma, Reshmaa Kadakla, Kaushal Kantilal Gada, Neeraj Gala


Golmaal Again: Ajay Devgn – Rohit Shetty’s funny team is back to tickle your funny bone – Watch trailer

The trailer which is 3 minutes and 7 seconds long is good enough to tickle our funny bone.

Mumbai: Ajay Devgn aka Gopal is back with his mad team! The trailer of the fourth instalment of Rohit Shetty’s ‘Golmaal’ series  – Golmaal Again – has been unveiled and its dayum funny.

The trailer which is 3 minutes and 7 seconds long is good enough to tickle our funny bone.

‘Golmaal Again’ has a dash of ‘horror’ element and the entire team seems to have done a great job to put the comical act together.

Check out the trailer here:

The film also stars Parineeti Chopra, Arshad Warsi, Tusshar Kapoor, Shreyas Talpade, Kunal Kemmu and Tabu besides Prakash Raj, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Johnny lever, Mukesh Tiwari, Sanjay Mishra, Murli Sharma, Vrajesh Hirjee, Ashwini Kalsekar, Vijay Patkar, Uday Tikekar, Sachin Khedekar.
Ajay and Tusshar have been constants throughout the series while Tabu and Parineeti are the latest entrants.
This family entertainer is slated to release on October 20 to make Diwali festivities even more dhamakedaar!

After single screens, Ajay Devgn’s Shivaay wins HEARTS of multiplex-goers as well

Contrary to all the reports, Ajay Devgn’s Shivaay has performed well at both the single screen theatres and the multiplexes…


Ajay Devgn, Erika Kaar and Sayyeshaa‘s Shivaay was one of the most anticipated films of the year and once it released people were floored by the breath taking visuals and stunning action sequences. However, being an action film, the trade and people expected the movie to be a HIT in the single screens. Trade analysts like Taran Adarsh even mentioned in their tweets how Shivaay was performing well at the single screens, however nobody mentioned how well it was performing at the multiplexes. If you were wondering about this too, then let me tell you that Shivaay has performed equally well at the multiplexes too. Yes, Ajay Devgn’s movie has performed better at the single screen theatres, but the multiplexes haven’t been far behind. In fact, during the second weekend, Shivaay has fared better at the multiplexes.

As a source close to the movie revealed to us, “Contrary to all the reports, Ajay Devgn’s Shivaay has performed well at both the single screen theatres and the multiplexes. While the movie had done very well at the single screens throughout the first week, it was the multiplexes that raked in more money for Shivaay during the second weekend.” So looks like after single screen theatres, Ajay Devgn’s Shivaay has won the hearts of multiplex goers as well.


When we called up our trade expert – Akshaye Rathi (exhibitor and distributor) to know about the single screen-multiplex share in Shivaay‘s collections, “I don’t think that Shivaay has performed better at the multiplex than the single screens, but in fact, there has been a fair balance between the two. And between, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and Shivaay, the latter has performed better at the single screens. Whether it is Shivaay or any other action film, the performance of the movie at single screens for such mass entertainers is always better. However, there has been a fantastic balance between the two (single screen and multiplex collections).” This means that Shivaay has done well at both the cinema centres and has won the hearts of people at both the single screens and the multiplexes.


Anyway, what do you guys have to say Ajay Devgn’s Shivaay? Tell us about your thoughts in the comments section below! Also check out what other people had to say about the movie in the video right here:

Ajay Devgn’s ‘Shivaay’ audience review: Here’s what Twitterati have to say


Bollywood’s latest release ‘Shivaay’ will be facing the litmus test at Box Office today. The movie marks the directorial comeback of Ajay Devgn and it promises to be an action-packed ride.


‘Shivaay’ also stars Sayyeshaa Saigal, Erika Kaar, Vir Das and Girish Karnad.

‘Shivaay’ is Ajay’s second directorial after ‘U Me Aur Hum’. The film has been shot in the Balkan mountains of Bulgaria as well in Hyderabad and Uttarakhand in India.

It is reportedly the biggest international release of an Ajay Devgn film as it will be running in more than 80 countries.

‘Shivaay’ is hitting the silver screens today but, apparently, some people have seen the flick already. So, here we bring you some early audience reactions:


The action scenes of Singham Returns are an adventure by themselves


Filmmaker Rohit Shetty has action in his DNA. His father was yesteryear fight composer and famous baddie MB Shetty.

And as far as Rohit is concerned, he doesn’t remember ever wanting to do anything except following in his father’s footsteps. “I’m exaggerating, but I think I wanted to be an action director from the time I was born. I became a film director accidentally. And this, I owe to my parents,” he says.

About the challenges of shooting the action sequences in Singham Returns, he adds, “The film is entirely based in Mumbai, and shooting action in the city is a huge challenge. Filming an action scene on a grand scale is an adventure by itself. At any given point of time, there are two or three shoots happening here. Stopping traffic, stopping the local trains and focusing on their time gap — one has to fine-tune everything. Not to forget that the city is always on red alert. So, one has to deal with a lot of authority. I’m fortunate that the protagonist of my film, Bajirao Singham, is a law-abiding police officer and so, the police did have a soft spot for us. I’m grateful to the Mumbai Police, who helped us with permissions. Had they not allowed us, we could never have dreamt of shooting in places like the Gateway of India. Post the terror attacks of 26/11, no film has been allowed to shoot there. Kids of this generation may never have seen Mumbai on screen the way we have captured the city in our film. Whether it is the railway tracks of Reay Road, Ballard Pier, or the Mahim Dargah, we have done breathtaking action around all these iconic landmarks.”

Rohit continues, “It would be cliched for me to say that our action scenes are different. But I must still add that there are at least three sequences that I haven’t done before.” He adds, “There are hand fights and car chases in every film of mine. But the audience will get to see something new in the action scene shot at Reay Road, barely 10 feet away from the tracks. Can you imagine, we had Ajay running, fighters flying, cars being blown up! And the real challenge was that there were live electric cables, because the local trains were also passing by. A thousand people were present on the set when this sequence was being canned, so you can imagine the level of coordination and discipline we needed.” Rohit is also proud of the action done on the Bandra-Worli Sea Link, some of which was live — the rest was done using computer graphics (CG).

Of course, the Mission: Impossible 3-style shot of Tom Cruise, replicated by Ajay Devgn, is a live action sequence. “There is no CG on this one,” the filmmaker clarifies. He explains, “There was a thin mat, which the unit kept and they had to actually pull Ajay from alongside the jeep. However, the vehicle moved and Ajay got cramped in the real shot.” Singham Returns, produced by Ajay Devgn Ffilms and Rohit Shetty Productions, and presented by Reliance Entertainment, releases August 15.





Singham series is like superhero films: Ajay Devgn

Ajay Devgn, who is back as a tough cop with “Singham Returns”, has said that his character Bajirao Singham is nothing less than a superhero.

“He is like a real superhero. Our culture is such that we don’t need a lot of back up to become superheros. The character is already larger than life,” Devgn told PTI in an interview during a visit to the city.

He was asked to compare his character Singham, who fights against evil forces in his own fiery style, with other superhero films like ‘Superman’ and ‘Spiderman’. “Singham is more real than them. Now in the sequel the challenge is bigger,” the 45-year-old actor said adding that in the sequel to the 2011 blockbuster they have kept everything new except the lead character. “It has got more drama, action, romance and humour. The stunts are also bigger and better,” the actor said.

Interestingly, Devgn, who describes himself as a spontaneous actor, went to act in the sequel without any preparation. “I didn’t research at all because I was following the characteristics of one man and how would he react under a given situation. When that situation changes, everything else changes. But his style of working is the same,” he said.


He said he personally believed in the working style of Singham. “People have the same anger against corruption which was there in 2011 when ‘Singham’ came,” Devgn said.However, ‘Singham Returns’ isn’t a message-oriented film. “It is a completely commercial film and not a message oriented one. There is a message if you can read it but it is a complete entertainer where there is a supercop tackling a super problem,” he said.

Besides a string of hit commercial releases, he has also made his mark in critically-acclaimed films like Rituparno Ghosh’s ‘Raincoat’ and Mahesh Bhatt directed ‘Zakhm’. “I love to do films like ‘Raincoat’. I have not heard a great script like that since then. I am not enjoying the scripts I am listening to. I am open to doing every kind of cinema but it should fascinate me just like ‘Zakhm’ did,” he said.

Singham fans will not be disappointed with this interesting development!


Ajay Devgn can now be officially called Action Jackson! And before you let you thoughts run haywire, let us tell you that AJ (as he’s fondly called in his close circles) has not changed his name. Ajay’s next film with Prabhudeva now finally has the perfect title to go with Action Devgn. Apparently the actor has borrowed the first two initials of his name AJ, and came up with the title Action Jackson. We hear this action hero’s Blackberry shows his name as AJ, isn’t that like starting the promotions a little too early?

We also hear that this Action Jackson will not have one or two ladies to romance, but three of them – Sonakshi Sinha, Yaami Gautam and a sexy chic who is being kept strictly under the wraps. Well, AJ and Mr Deva, don’t be surprised if we at BollywoodLife will be the first ones to bust this top secret!

Source: http://www.bollywoodlife.com/news-gossip/has-ajay-devgn-changed-his-name/

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