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  • Patiala House

    Nikhil Advani’s Kal Ho Naa Ho struck the right chord with the audience when it released in 2003.
  • Dil Toh Bachha Hai Ji

    After an array of hard-hitting social dramas like Page 3, Corporate and Fashion, Madhur Bhandarkar switches genres and returns with a comedy, Dil Toh Bachha Hai Ji (DTBHJ) starring popular names like
  • Yamla Pagla Deewana

    Take one look at the poster and the stage is set for a perfect two hour plus of entertainment – from the film’s title to the cast (barring leading lady Kulraj Randhawa and director Samir Karnik).
  • Love Story 2010

    Top 5 love songs of 2010
  • The Dance Anthems of 2010

    As December comes to a close, we take a look at some of the biggest songs that burnt the dance floors this year.
  • No Problem

    Actor Anil Kapoor has produced an eclectic bunch of films. A few engaging ones like My Wife’s Murder and Gandhi My Father and a couple of vacuous films like Short Kut and Aisha.
  • Tees Maar Khan

    The queen of the marquee is back! After two resounding musical successes, Main Hoon Na and Om Shanti Om (OSO), Farah Khan returns with her latest offering, Tees Maar Khan.
  • Band Baaja Baaraat

    YRF continues to infuse new blood into the industry by launching two newcomers in their upcoming flick Band Baaja Baarat – leading man Ranveer Singh and debutant director Maneesh Sharma.
  • Khelein Hum Jee Jaan Sey

    Ashutosh Gowariker and A R Rahman have regaled us with breathtaking music in Lagaan, Swades and Jodhaa Akbar.
  • Guzaarish

    Sanjay Leela Bhansali uses the pitterpatter of rain, a radio, an accordion and KK’s outstanding vocals and blends them to create a soul-stirring amalgamation – the title track of Guzaarish.
  • Knock Out

    The promos of director Mani Sharma’s latest Knock Out make it appear like the film could be similar to the American psychological thriller Phone Booth.
  • Jhootha Hi Sahi

    Abbas Tyrewala struck gold at the box office with his debut film Jaane Tu…Ya Jaane Na (JTYJN) and A R Rahman’s youthful music played a significant part in its success.

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