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Salman Khan To Mesmerize Fans With Dabang–The Tour in 2017


Dabang –The Tour –The Big Bang event by Bollywood Superstars -organized by The Chocolate Room- will be the biggest Entertainment live property from India. With names like Salman Khan, Sonakshi Sinha, Bipasha Basu, Prabhu Deva, Daisy Shah, Badshah, Manish Paul in the list, the event is slated to be the true celebration of Superstar Salman Khan as the Sultan of the Box office in Bollywood – The True King of Box-office.

Dabang –The Tour will have musicians, brilliant dancers, breathtaking set designs and opulent costumes to keep the audiences hooked. It is slated to be electrifying and an immensely original format spectacle with a global appeal. Fans are going crazy as they are going to see their loved superstar performing right front of their eyes live. Tickets are selling fast with six months prior to the actual event.

Mr. Yaju Vaghela, the owner of Chocolate Room Australia and the organizer from Australia was confident that Salman Khan will mesmerize the audience in Australia and New Zealand.

We wish the Dabang Khan all the best for this endeavor!!

Priyanka Dutta

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Bollywood Stars Katrina Kaif and Sidharth Malhotra in Kolkata for Upcoming Hindi Film Baar Baar Dekho


Bollywood actors Sidharth Malhotra and Katrina Kaif have been going all over the country to promote their upcoming Bollywood film Baar Baar Dekho. The duo along with the director Nitya Mehra was in the city for the promotion of this film.


“The plot of the film Baar Baar Dekho is about a romance spanning thirty years. Initially titled Kal Kisne Dekha, the film stars Sidharth as a mathematics professor, Jai Varma and Katrina play the role of his lady love Diya Varma. The film is an out and out love story and this will appeal to all” said the director Nitya Mehra.


The director who had been working as an assistant director for the past many years was excited to be directing Baar Baar Dekho. She said “This is my first film and I am very excited about the film. I have been working as an assistant director for the past so many years. So when I got the chance to call the shots, it was such a wow moment. All the actors and crew have been equally passionate about the project and that has helped a lot”.


The chemistry between Katrina and Sidharth has been making much news. “It was a good chemistry simply because I was comfortable with him in real life too. When you are acting with another actor, you need to have some rapport or else it falls apart. Trust is very important in every sphere of your life and that has been the case here too” said Katrina Kaif.

The film has been shot in stunning film locations like Glasgow, Scotland and Krabi, Thailand.


Sarika, Ram Kapoor, Sayani Gupta, Rohan Joshi and others will be seen in important roles in the soon to release film. The music of the film has been composed by Amaal Mallik, Arko, Badshah, Bilal Saeed and Jasleen Royal.

Katrina Kaif and Sidharth Malhotra later had their share of riding the Kolkata tram. With such great promotional activity, Baar Baar Dekho will surely be on your must watch list when it releases on the 9th of September!!

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New Kolkata Bengali Film Troyee Review, Premiere Pics; Star Power cannot Save a Bad Film

Premiere of New Bengali Film Troyee

It is a brand new year and it brings with it new hopes and expectations in the minds of the people. After more flops than hits in the year 2014, I hope that 2015 will bring in more cheers for the Bengali film industry. With such positive expectations I went for my first film review assignment of 2015. The film assigned is Raaj Mukherjee’s Troyee. Whether the film rose to my expectations or sank, is what we shall see in due course.

Anjali and Rajiv is a married couple who face financial crisis in their lives. The only source of income is what Anjali earns through her music tuitions. To increase their income, they let a portion of their house on rent to a local pub singer Sanjay Chatterjee. Anjali develops a relation with Sanjay. She becomes so involved with Sanjay that she asks for divorce from her husband Rajiv. Rajiv disagrees and she plans to run away with Sanjay. However on the night when they decide to run away, Sanjay forces her to sell the house. Anjali rejects the proposal and comes back to her house. Sanjay starts blackmailing her. She must sell the house or he will tell her husband about their relation. What happens next? Does Anjali succumb to Sanjay’s blackmail? The film answers all these questions.

Director Raaj Mukherjee’s Troyee is based on one of the most commonly used clichés in films. An unhappy married couple; where either the husband or the wife becomes unfaithful who in turn gets blackmailed. This has been shown in films like Unfaithful, Murder, Humraaz and so on. Given the fact that the story is so common, how to add novelty to the story should have been one of the dominant thoughts in the minds of the director. But he stayed clear of novelty and resorted to age old techniques which the audience has seen time and again in several movies. There is nothing new or novel either in treatment or in narrative technique in Troyee.

There is a lack of continuity in many scenes. For example, in one scene Anjali is hit on the head and the left side of her head is cut. The very next scene shows her with a band-aid on the right side. These glaring mistakes stand out. The director should have paid heed to these issues as audiences in this era look at every scene very minutely. Moreover the lady who is in financial crisis will not go for random shopping sprees and sport designer dresses and stilettos in the house. This goes against basic common sense. Was the director trying to bank on Rituparna Sengupta’s star power to draw the audience? And was that the reason for dressing her up in such dresses (which normally people wear for parties)? The director alone has the answer to these questions.

Music by Debjit, Chand Sadhwani is average and none of the songs will be remembered by the audience once they leave the hall. Despite the presence of singers like Sidhu, Annwesha, Irene and Supratik, the songs fail to strike a chord.

Director of Photography Magi Natesh must be credited for capturing the beauty of Vizag in its splendor. Be it the rain soaked city or the seaside all have been shown beautifully which can be considered a blessing for the audience tolerating this film.

The dialogues are also equally cheesy. Sample these dialogues and you will understand why I used the term- “No pyaar, only deewar” or “You can take the girl out of Bengal, but you cannot take Bengal out of the girl”.

Acting by the cast is nothing much to comment about. Rituparna Sengupta (who plays Anjali) should now think twice before selecting a role. She should focus more on quality rather than quantity. An actress of her caliber is merely wasted in these films and I feel sorry about this fact. Loud expressions and bad makeup also add to everything that looks shabby. Badsha who played the role of Rajiv and Priyangshu in the role of Sanjay are just tolerable.

After watching Troyee, I am highly apprehensive of what this year will hold forth in its kitty with regards to Bengali films. Keeping my fingers crossed though for some positive and thought provoking Bengali films!!!

Sholoana Bangaliana Rating- 1.5/5


Priyanka Dutta takes a keen interest in lifestyle and entertainment related news. She also enjoys interviewing celebrities and other renowned personalities. Priyanka holds a post graduate degree in English and Mass Communication. Journalism is her passion and she has reported for many a reputed international web portals.

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