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Filmfare April 8, 2017

For over 6 decades Filmfare has been the official handbook on bollywood for their die-hard fans. With its exclusive interviews, classy photoshoots, insider stories, bollywood fashion coverage, movie reviews and special features; Filmfare captures Bollywood's biggest stars & divas at their colourful, candid, beautiful, quirky and even spoilt best

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2 min.
letter from the editor sasha nice feeling!

Shahid Kapoor, the boy wonder who once blew us all away with his dance moves, is now a father. That he still dances like a dream is secondary. Reading his interview, one can gauge that providing a normal family environment means a big deal to him right now. Having witnessed the separation of his parents early and being single for quite some time, it’s all new for him and he’s reveling in the uniqueness. He’s holding a new dream with fragile hands, pinching himself at the same time, hoping that it’s real. He says he now looks forward to going home. That he doesn’t immediately want to go out somewhere and party all night after work. There’s a certain theraav in his life and more power to him for that. He’s…

8 min.
rumours & more

Salman-Katrina to go around the world Good friends Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif will end up touring almost the entire globe by the time they finish shooting for Ali Abbas Zafar’s Tiger Zinda Hai. The film is scheduled to be shot over 26 countries. The crew has already recced 20 international locations so far for the lavishly mounted film. Their fans sure will be excited to see the ex-lovers get back on screen once again. SRK’S LONG WAIT So the 4 National Yash Chopra Memorial Awards were held recently in memory of the director. It was graced by stars like Rekha, Shatrughan Sinha and Shah Rukh Khan. The late Yash Chopra’s wife Pam Chopra too was present at the event. Shah Rukh Khan however had to wait for two hours before he could…

1 min.
chasing dreams

Warina X-FACTOR: EXOTIC Born as a refugee to a migrant couple – an Iranian father and an Afghan mother, Warina has been on the road, travelling from country to country. In 2011, her family came to Delhi. As a sales girl in a boutique of a fashion designer, the quirky gal fondly remembers cleaning up the windows in her ‘bright coloured outfits and make-up’ attracting rickshawalas in the bargain. What pulled her towards showbiz in 2014 is her innate love for Hindi films and stars. “Afghans love Hindi cinema. A week full of Ekta Kapoor shows and a weekend Bolly-watch was a must,” reveals Warina who’s now working on her first project. She lists power women Kangana Ranaut and Vidya Balan as her favourite actors. Well, given her gritty story, the choices…

2 min.
the winning team

It was a grand affair as winners Alia Bhatt, Shahid Kapoor and Diljit Dosanjh got together to launch the special Filmfare issue, which featured the winners of the 62 Jio Filmfare Awards 2017 at the Reliance Store, Juhu in Mumbai on February 8, 2017. Interestingly, the trio was honoured for their stellar acts in Udta Punjab. While Alia won the Best Actor in A Leading Role (Female), Shahid was honoured with the Critics’ Award For Best Actor (Male). Diljit, a popular star in Punjabi cinema, bagged the Best Debut (Male) trophy. Editor Jitesh Pillaai helmed the conference and indulged in a tete-a-tete with Alia, Shahid and Diljit, who also featured on the cover of the issue. Alia, Shahid and Diljit along with Jitesh Pillaai unveiled the cover and answered media queries with…

1 min.
atithii iin london

Release Date: May, 2017 Banner: Kiaan Entertainment and Panorama Studios Producers: Kumar Mangat Pathak,Abhishek Pathak Music: Raghav Sachar Director: Ashwni Dhir Cast: Kartik Aaryan, Paresh Rawal, Kriti Kharbanda, Tanvi Azmi The Plot London-based Aryan (Kartik Aaryan) and Anaya (Kriti Kharbanda) enter into a marriage of convenience, as Aryan wants a UK citizenship and Anaya some easy money. The deal is that Aryan and Anaya live together for six months and then go their separate ways once their purpose is served. The arrangement is interrupted when Aryan’s relatives, Ganga chacha (Paresh Rawal) and Guddi chachi (Tanvi Azmi) from Punjab arrive. Aryan and Anaya fall in love eventually in a bid to fool the old couple. But Chachaji and Chachiji take over their lives compelling the young pair to plot their send off. What follows is a revelation……

1 min.
sexy ’70s

1. If there’s one thing the ’70s men loved, it was fun prints. And Varun gives it a cool spin with this quirky shirt. Special shoutout for those suede shoes. 2. Taking the decade’s love for print and plaid forward, Varun went all out and harnessed the ’70s with the rich brown suit. 3. Anything but skinny… seemed to be the rule that time. Varun ditches bellbottoms in lieu of roomy, slouchy jeans that get the millennial approval. 4. Showing some more love to prints, Varun gave a nod to the Cuban collar, which became synonymous with the ’70s. Trust us, there’s nothing better for the warm weather. 5. Varun ditches the platform loafers for uber-chic slip-ons that show us why the style remains a classic even today.…