Three Khans Meet At SRK's House, Ranveer Singh To Star In Zoya's Gangster Flick, Avengers End Game Gets Thumbs Up From Critics. Read our article for more details.
THE THREE KHANS MEET AT SRK'S RESIDENCE
The three biggest names in Bollywood. The three rulers. The three KHANS. The three Khans-Shah Rukh, Aamir and Salman have held the throne of Bollywood for over two decades. They are the ultimate superstars of Bollywood. Reportedly, the three biggies met at SRK's residence, Mannat. The meeting was held in the most discreet manner away from the prying eyes of media and paparazzi. The three held a quiet meeting that started in the evening and went on till 8 in the night. As far as their career is considered, all three of them are going through a rough patch. None of them tasted success recently. While Salman Khan's last year Eid biggie, Race 3, was not only a box office disaster but also the source of trending memes all over the internet, SRK stumbled on Christmas in the role of a dwarf man and what looked like a brilliantly done VFX job ended up as a dud called Zero. Aamir's Thugs of Hindostan too, despite having the largest opening day collection by any Bollywood film, on Diwali last year,failed to set the box office warm. Not to mention their previous movies,which too were disappointing. The actors supposedly discussed about their sinking careers. Rumours are they are planning on something big. It is possible that they three were planning to star in a movie together. Fans have always wanted to see in a movie together after the tiff between Shah Rukh and Salman got resolved.. They also make cameos and guest appearances in each other's films often. To say the least it would not only be a treat to the fans but could possible bring back success to the three of them.
RANVEER SINGH TO BE A GANGSTER IN ZOYA AKHTAR'S NEXT
Zoya Akhtar has confirmed Ranveer Singh as her leading man in her next movie. Zoya, who chooses her themes and inspiration from real life subjects is keen to explore the crime and mystery genre, according to sources. While her first two films were about chasing one's dreams and a dysfunctional family with characters from mainly the upper strata of the society,her third and latest venture, Gully Boy depicted an underdog's journey to success. Gully Boy,which introduced the audience to the real hip-hop made in India, received accolades from critics and audiences alike. Two of her three films had Ranveer Singh as the pivotal character. Hence she choose him as his leading man yet again. This time,Singh will be playing a gangster. The film is supposed to be a two hero film based on two popular Hollywood gangster flicks- The Departed and The Gangs of New York, directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Leonardo DiCaprio. The script has not yet been finalised.
AVENGERS ENDGAME WINS HEARTS
The much anticipated, Avengers: End Game, the last movie in the Avengers franchise,released today. With millions of fans worldwide the film opened to housefull theatres all over the country. Directed by Anthony Russo and Joseph Russo, the film stars, Robert Downing Jr, Chris Evans,Chris Hemsworth,Zoe Saldana, Scarlett Johansson among others is a befitting finale indeed. The previous installment of the franchise- Infinity War-last year was left off in a cliffhanger with Thanos capturing all six of the infinity stones and turning half of the world into ashes by the click of his fingers. Many of our favorite heroes vanished and a lot of theories came up in this one year as how to bring back the dead. The remaining of the Avengers are seen to have a bout of guilt and self pity overcome them. But then the realise that they have to be focused and united to defeat the beast that is Thanos. The films engaging storyline has many references from the past 21 films in the franchise. It effortlessly depicts the flawed superheroes many of us grew up watching. And to end it all it has a heartbreaking climax. The film never disappoints and lives upto the expectation. Even through the storyline might seem predictable the movie doesn't fail to surprise. Marvel-ous treat indeed!