Is it possible to make a ‘Dabangg’-style potboiler with brains? That’s what acclaimed director Tigmanshu Dhulia (‘Saheb Biwi aur Gangster’, ‘Paan Singh Tomar’) attempts with this gun, gals and gore-porn. Whether or not ‘Tiggy’ has succeeded will depend on your cinematic sensibilities. Opening with the customary ‘no animals were harmed …Read More »
Bollywood’s been marginally slow with the uptake in exploring the multifarious different ways of expanding a film’s revenue generating stream; merchandizing and comic books are a relatively new thing in the business. However, after the tremendous success of a new comics franchise arising out of Hrithik Roshan’s ‘KRRISH 3’, ‘Bullett …Read More »
Bullet Raja is arguably one of the most eagerly anticipated films of the year, not least owing to the credentials of the film’s director Tigmanshu Dhulia and a cracking performance by Saif Ali Khan, the son of a Nawab who looks sensational as gangster Raja Mishra.
Whilst the cutting room floor is littered with shell casings and the toe ends of various weapons, this is a Bollywood gangster flick so there’s invariably going to be some time travelling and plenty of grooving.
One of the songs that’s already captured the imagination of the public is ‘Tamanche Pe Disco’ featuring Britain’s own, hugely talented RDB.
Choreographed by the legendary Ganesh Acharya the video for the song features Saif and co-star Jimmy Shergill – who plays Raja’s understudy in the film – introduced to some 70’s style “Boogeying” by the beautiful and voluptuous Sonakshi Sinha.
Here’s a look at the making of the video for this sure-fire hit.Read More »