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Aakrosh: A Copy Of Mississippi Burning

Although the South Indian filmmaker Priyadarshan boasts of being the best filmmaker, he has been going through remakes constantly all throughout his career. Most of his Hindi films have been a remake of Malayalam comedy capers or inspiration from Hollywood movies. Be his Garam Masala, which was a remake of ‘Boeing Boeing’ or Malamaal Weekly adapted from Richard Holmes’ Waking Ned, it has been blatant replicas.

Akshay Kumar Wants To Release Action Replayy During Diwali

Vipul Shah was planning to release his latest venture Action Replayy during Eid or post Diwali but the superstar of the film Akshay Kumar wants a Diwali release. Akshay called up Shah to ask him to opt for a Diwali release although a big franchise film Golmaal 3 is already scheduled to release at the same time.

Akshay Kumar Speaks About Coming Close To Death!

Aren’t you working too much these days?

I don’t think so. Recently when we shot in London for Housefull it was like family holiday. It was like a picnic. Houesfull is an emotional comedy. When Sajid Khan told me we were done with 90 percent of the film in Europe I couldn’t believe it. Our families were there. Once I was back in Mumbai my schedules got stressful. That’s why I like shooting abroad. I came back to Mumbai last month to shoot two songs for Blue.

Off-screen I am contrast to what I am on-screen -Rajpal Yadav

Rajpal Yadav has more than 87 films in his kitty and indeed he has fulfilled each and every role with full dedication and commitment, for the outcome is infront of everyone. You pick any film of Rajpal, either the character of terrorist he played in “Jungle” or role of household worker in films “Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya” or “Waqt”. His comic flicks like “Maalmaal weekly”, “Partner”, “BhulBhulaiya”, “Mujse Shaadi Karogi”, “Hungama”, “Garam Masala”, “Maine Pyaar Kyun Kiya” and many more has withhold his position firm as a comedian in the industry. These days he is busy basking in the glory of his just released films “Toss” and “Yeh Mera India”.

Eros pays Akshay-John to strip on pole

Rohit Dhawan, the son of filmmaker-editor David Dhawan has finally got third time lucky

Rohit was earlier supposed to make his directorial debut with a film titled Come on Pappu. This film was to star Akshay Kumar, Sonam Kapoor, Ranbir Kapoor and a chimpanzee but its producers Percept Picture Company supposedly backed out due to lack of funds. Then it seems Rohit completely dropped the idea of making this film. He then worked on his own script and prepared his own set up for this film starring Akshay Kumar and John Abraham in the lead. Apparently, he took this project to Studio 18 but they refused to go ahead with it because of Akshay Kumar’s high price demand and John Abraham’s mega fee hike post back to back successes of Dostana and New York.