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Check out the new Dhoom

Posted by remlinux on November 6, 2006

Check out the new Dhoom

Summer may have left us, but this year’s hottest action spectacular is coming up in November.
Here are some stills from Dhoom:2.


John Abraham was the bad guy last time around, but the sequel sees Hrithik Roshan step in.
With Aishwarya Rai as his partner in crime!


Hrithik plays international supercriminal, Mr A.
The mysterious character is well known for pulling off impossible heists, across the world. That, and he’s a complete ladykiller.


And Abhishek Bachchan reprises his role as no-nonsense cop, Jai Dixit.
Jai’s ready to fight crime, not just criminals. But the elusive Mr A seems like his greatest challenge yet…


Don’t call her ‘babe’. Bipasha Basu plays the stunning Shonali Bose, a ravishing seductress who just happens to be a top cop. A sharpshooter, she believes in shooting down any criminal in her sights. Nothing personal.


Aishwarya Rai is Sunehri, the girl who lives in the moment. Seizing life by the horns, she throws caution to the winds. But nothing’s going to be the same after Mr A walks into her world.


What can be said about Ali? Uday Chopra reprises his role as the incorrigible lout with an eye for candy — all the time. So he’s a cop now, and Jai constantly shouts him down, but Ali is, well, Ali.


The story is set in the world’s oldest desert, the Namib. There is a solitary railway line, with a royal family on a journey. But then, there’s a flash as the robber strikes, and the ancient Royal Crown is stolen!


Jai and his loyal buddies are all out to nab the thieves, in a high-stakes chase that spans the world from Namibia to Goa, Rajasthan to Brazil. It’s no holds barred in this thrilling game of cat-and-mouse.


It promises to be the megabudget adventure of the year. Catch Dhoom:2 as it hits theatres November 24.

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MSN INDIA – Hrithik n Priyanka adding star quotient at IFFI

Posted by remlinux on November 6, 2006

MSN INDIA – Hrithik n Priyanka adding star quotient at IFFI

Hrithik n Priyanka adding star quotient at IFFI
Friday, November 03, 2006 Source: HindustanTimes.com. Image Source: Indiafm.com

Hrithik Roshan and Priyanka Chopra will add the Bollywood glamour and raise the star quotient at the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa later this month.

The ‘Krrish’ couple will be the star performers at the inaugural ceremony on November 23. The festival’s opening event this year has been thematised as ‘Diversity of Indian cinema’ with an increased focus on bringing regional film participation to the fore.

With that in mind, artists from across the country have been enlisted. They include Prabhudeva, Sivamani, Sachin and Mansi Salve, Riteish Deshmukh, Ishaa Koppikar, Manoj Tiwari (Bhojpuri), Bappi Lahiri, Bipasha Basu who will perfbrm the Beedi song from Omkara, Javed Akhtar who will recite poetry. Harbhajan Mann and Daler Mehndi will be present from the Punjabi film industry.

Shashi Kapoor will be the chief guest at the inaugural ceremony and Aparna Sen wn be the guest of honour on December 3, the closing day.

Among the other special guests expected is Sir Richard Attenborough, whose film Gandhi is part of a special segment of films on Mahatma Gandhi, and marks the centenary of the Satyagraha movement.

Tributes shall be paid to SD Burman, Prithviraj Kapoor, Hrishikesh Mukherjee and Satyajit Ray while the retrospective programmes include films of Javier Bardem, G Aravindan, Rolf De Heer.

Apart from the beach screenings, several music concerts have also been scheduled including a tribute to RD Burman called Salaam Boss, a Konkani musical concert, a performance by Sonu Nigam and pop band Boney M’s show at the Kala Academy

There’s clearly plenty to look forward to at IFFI 2006.

Source: MSN INDIA – Hrithik n Priyanka adding star quotient at IFFI

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