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Remake of Amitabh Bachchan’s popular track Saara Zamaana has two versions in Kaabil

Remake of Amitabh Bachchan’s popular track Saara Zamaana has two versions in Kaabil
Joining the current trend of remake of old classics, the makers of Kaabil announced that they would be reviving the popular song from the Amitabh Bachchan, Neetu Kapoor starrer 1981 film Yaarana, ‘Saara Zamaana Haseeno Ka Deewana’. While we have already received the glamorous version of Urvashi Rautela grooving to the number, we hear thatRead More

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Kaabil to feature reworked version of Saara Zamaana from Amitabh Bachchan’s Yaarana

Director Sanjay Gupta’s Kaabil, which features impressive performances by Hrithik Roshan and Yami Gautam, has another cool piece of entertainment to offer. A special song featuring Urvashi Rautela was recently shot for the film. After chartbusters like Ishq Samundar, Maahi Ve, Saki Saki and Babli Badmaash, Sanjay has filmed a reworked version of Saara Zamaana from Amitabh Bachchan’s Yaarana (1981).

The director shared, “Our version is in a female voice and is picturised in the most imaginative way. Those who recall Mr. Bachchan’s outfit in the song will remember that it had light bulbs all over it. And even today when you watch it, it has that jaw-dropping effect. We’re attempting something close. While shooting, we had booked all the lights available to create a similar impact. A huge dome was erected and Urvashi sizzled like never before.“

Producer of the film, Rakesh Roshan, on his part,
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Check out: Urvashi Rautela sizzles in the ‘Saara Zamana’ remix in Kaabil

Check out: Urvashi Rautela sizzles in the ‘Saara Zamana’ remix in Kaabil
Readers may recall that Bollywood Hungama had reported about the stunning Urvashi Rautela grooving to the remix of yesteryear’s hit track ‘Saara Zamana’ in Kaabil. This time round, we bring you some more details about the much talked about song, that was originally picturised on the legendary Amitabh Bachchan in the film Yaarana, and wasRead More

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Special Feature: Amitabh Bachchan’s Greatest Moments on Screen!

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To celebrate the 71st birthday of Bollywood royalty Mr. Amitabh Bachchan; BollySpice has put together a special feature which looks at the actor’s greatest moments. When we think of Amitabh Bachchan, there are many classic films, songs and scenes that come to mind but we also wanted to shine the light on some of the other favourites that we have. Read on to check out what made it onto our list!

Entrance Scene: Mard – Every Amitabh movie had heroic entry scenes, with audiences often having to wait for up to half an hour of the film until Amitabh entered. Always innovative and awe inspiring – Coolie, Hum, Toofan, Agneepath…but for our favourite pick we’ll have to go for Mard. Our hero awakes from his siesta to see an old and helpless lady being dragged to her death, caught up alongside a car, which is being erratically driven by the rich,
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Priyanka's 'Babli Badmaash' look inspired by Big B in 'Yaarana'

Priyanka's 'Babli Badmaash' look inspired by Big B in 'Yaarana'
Mumbai, March 19: Director Sanjay Gupta says Priyanka Chopra's look in "Babli Badmaash" was inspired by Amitabh Bachchan's "Yaarana" song, especially the jumpsuit that he wore in the track.

Priyanka Monday lauched the first look of the song that is part of the Gupta-directed "Shootout At Wadala".

"The song is not inspired from anybody but the outfit that Priyanka wore in the song with lights is. I have seen 'Yaarana' when I was in school and I was inspired by Amitji's jumpsuit. So I wanted to do that and was waiting for the special occasion so we did it," Gupta told reporters.

The film also features John Abraham,.
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Priyanka’s Babli Badmaash is Here!

As we told you and have teased you with earlier this week Priyanka Chopra will be seen dancing to a special number in the forthcoming Sanjay Gupta-directed Shootout At Wadala.

What is cool is that ‘Babli Badmaash’ is an retro-style track that is an ode to the energetic 80s. It has been composed by Anu Malik, rendered by Sunidhi Chauhan, written by Kumaar and choreographed by Ahmed Khan.

As we showed your earlier in the picutres and teaser Priyanka is looking super fine in her costume for the song. Priyanka’s look in the track is designed by Manish Malhotra. It is a tribute to Amitabh Bachchan’s famous bulb outfit from ‘Yaarana’ (1981), with a modern twist. It’s made of leather and rubber (reminiscent of Zeenat Aman’s erstwhile slinky gowns) with Led lights fitted to it, accentuating Priyanka’s sexy curves.

Says Ekta Kapoor, “Priyanka’s first
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Priyanka rocks in the item song 'Babli Badmaash'

Priyanka rocks in the item song 'Babli Badmaash'
This time around piggy chops is all set to light up literally. She has done lot of things but this is something new for her too. Priyanka is doing an item number in the film ‘Shootout At Wadala’. In this movie she is going to wear a dress fitted with Led or Light Emitting Diodes that are going to light up while she is doing her dance moves. This sequence rings a bell, reminds us of the memorable performance that legendary Amitabh Bachchan put up in the movie ‘Yaarana’ (in the year 1981). In those days he wore a black outfit covered with bulbs to create a stunning look. Renowned dress designer Manish Malhotra is creating the dress ...
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How Amitabh Bachchan united generations of British Asians

The Bollywood actor's early films are fondly remembered because, in their day, they offered a triumphant alternative version of what it meant to be Asian

I was probably 12 years old the first time I saw an Amitabh Bachchan film. It was the early 80s and video players were relatively rare. My family did not own one so my father would, like many Asians at the time, hire a machine, which he would pick up on a Friday evening and return on Sunday. The cost of the video hire was, I recall, £5, and my dad and I would also select three or four films to watch on the Friday and Saturday evening. Invariably, these films would star Amitabh Bachchan.

Bollywood movies – especially those released in the 70s and 80s – are today often viewed as gaudy kitsch, but the pleasure I derived from titles such as Coolie, Naseeb and Sholay was entirely unironic.
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Abhishek lends his voice for Big B's Bbuddah

Ab Corp and Viacom 18 Motion Pictures' much awaited action flick, Bbuddah...Hoga Terra Baap has been the talk of the town for a while now. While the audiences are already excited seeing the dhamakedaar promos of Mr. Bachchan, we have more news for our Big B fans! B-town is going gaga over the medley in the film sung by Amitabh Bachchan himself. The medley is a song called 'Go Meera Go' that has verses from a bunch of his most popular songs from movies like Don, Yaarana
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30 years after, Shiamak recreates the magic of Saara Zamana and Amitabh Bachchan

At the recent awards ceremony big b will be missed by me and my dance company but it was nostalgia all the way at the sets of Bbuddah Hoga Terra Baap  as Shiamak Davar brought back the Yaarana days with Amitabh Bachchan. A team that worked together in Bunty  aur Babli, Director Shaad Ali, Amitabh Bachchan and Shiamak Davar take from each others. energy and this gives space for creative independence. The Shiamak Davar Dance Company is always awed by BigB and his dedication and respect for his work. They share a famous rapport with son, Abhishek Bachchan who was also a part of the shoot. With mutual admiration for each other, working together has always been unforgettable. Shiamak insists that it is the seasoned actors in Bollywood who still value their talent the most and respect their art tirelessly till today.Matching the lights on his jacket with the rhythm of his dance,
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Toonpur director clears the air on controversies surrounding the film

With Toonpur Ka Superrhero and Tees Maar Khan slated to release this Friday, fans can only ponder over which film would rip the box-office open this week. So would Ajay's swagger attract spectators again with him having another winning streak, or will Katrina shine in all her glory and sway the audiences with her youthfulness? Besides releasing on the same day, the films have something else in common, they both have garnered their fair share of controversies, the latest being the animation hybrid Toonpur Ka Superrhero. The first controversy to hit Tks was that the makers on Ra. One claimed that apparently both the films have the same plot, Kireet Khurana director of the film said, "It's possible that they might have a similar story, I don't know what Shah Rukh's script is about but our script is not inspired by anyone, it's an original script." The second argument
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Toonpur director clears the air on controversies surrounding the film

With Toonpur Ka Superrhero and Tees Maar Khan slated to release this Friday, fans can only ponder over which film would rip the box-office open this week. So would Ajay's swagger attract spectators again with him having another winning streak, or will Katrina shine in all her glory and sway the audiences with her youthfulness? Besides releasing on the same day, the films have something else in common, they both have garnered their fair share of controversies, the latest being the animation hybrid Toonpur Ka Superrhero. The first controversy to hit Tks was that the makers on Ra. One claimed that apparently both the films have the same plot, Kireet Khurana director of the film said, "It's possible that they might have a similar story, I don't know what Shah Rukh's script is about but our script is not inspired by anyone, it's an original script." The second argument
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Shahid's tongue-twisters

Those who.ve seen the Amitabh Bachchan-Amjad Khan film Yaarana will recall that Big B goes through an entire sequence saying .kaccha papad pakka papad' much to the chagrin of his co-star Neetu Singh.Now, Shahid Kapoor will be seen mouthing the same line in his next film Chance Pe Dance where he plays a struggler wanting to make it big in Bollywood.It.s a well known acting technique where actors mouth tongue twisters to get their pronunciation right. It.s believed that Shahid religiously does these exercises every morning.It.s surprising though, to learn that he still needs to do these recitation each day, considering that in his last film there were more than enough tongue twisters thanks to the .Sa ko Fa. bit of Kaminey.Here.s more power to the perfectionist Fahid!
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Garma-garam khabar

Download Blue wallpapers Amitabh Bachchan's performance in Paa is being talked-about already. The Sr. Bachchan has delivered an astounding performance that?s at par with international performances, it's said. Akshay Kumar's negative role in Blue is bound to be talked-about. The last time Akki enacted a negative role [Ajnabee], he walked away with the awards. Will there be an encore? The promos of London Dreams are fast catching up. Meanwhile, the grapevine is abuzz with the speculation that it's a mix of Rock On!! and Yaarana. "As long as they're comparing it to good films, it doesn't bother me," Vipul laughs. Looking at the heavy flow of movies in the coming weeks, a number of film-makers are planning to shift their films to January. Yash Raj's Pyaar Impossible and Kumar Taurani's Prince - It's Showtime have been shifted to January. Both were slated for release in December initially.
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Garma-garam khabar

Amitabh Bachchan's performance in Paa is being talked-about already. The Sr. Bachchan has delivered an astounding performance that?s at par with international performances, it's said. Akshay Kumar's negative role in Blue is bound to be talked-about. The last time Akki enacted a negative role [Ajnabee], he walked away with the awards. Will there be an encore? The promos of London Dreams are fast catching up. Meanwhile, the grapevine is abuzz with the speculation that it's a mix of Rock On!! and Yaarana. "As long as they're comparing it to good films, it doesn't bother me," Vipul laughs. Looking at the heavy flow of movies in the coming weeks, a number of film-makers are planning to shift their films to January. Yash Raj's Pyaar Impossible and Kumar Taurani's Prince - It's Showtime have been shifted to January. Both were slated for release in December initially. Everyone's awaiting
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