A tweet from Arjun Rampal seems to be the answer to people suggesting that Hrithik Roshan's ex-wife Sussanne Khan was tying the knot with him. Hrithik ex-wife Sussanne Khan is gearing up for a second marriage is something that several websites had reported on Monday (September 15). The reports suggested that Sussanne was tying the knot with a close friend of Hrithik. And while most sites chose not to name this 'close friend', there were ample hints that Arjun Rampal might be the person Sussanne is getting married to. Ever since reports of trouble in Hrithik and Sussanne's marriage had begun making headlines, the grapevine had been abuzz with rumours citing Arjun Rampal as the reason behind the Roshans splitting. However, all three had taken turns to deny the rumours. Hrithik and Sussanne had filed for divorce on April 30, 2014, and were granted the same in November last year.
The film is based on the true story of garment worker Reshma Begum’s rescue. She had miraculously survived under the rubble of the Rana Plaza building for 17 days after its collapse on Apr 24, 2013. On Sunday, a four-member appeals bench, led by Chief Justice Surendra Kumar Sinha, cleared the movie for screening after resolving plea by producer Shamima Akhter. On Aug 24, a High Court bench had banned the film’s screening and broadcast following a plea by the Bangladesh National Garment Workers League chief Sirajul Islam. It had also stayed the censor board’s clearance of the movie.
Two young boys (real-life twins Lukas and Elias Schwarz) live alone in the country with their mother (Susanne Wuest​), who works as a TV presenter. Life is outwardly idyllic, but when the mother returns from hospital, something has changed: no longer the loving parent her sons are used to, she's grown short-tempered, even cruel. With her face masked in bandages, she's literally unrecognisable, to the point where the boys start to wonder if an impostor might have taken her place. It's a premise that might give anyone chills, but its potential is only partly realised in this polished, nasty horror film, written and directed by newcomers Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala,​ respectively the wife and nephew of the sardonic Austrian provocateur Ulrich Seidl​. Like so much Austrian art cinema, the film has the cold, distant manner of a theoretical demonstration, the camera looking on at escalating violence with a certain impassive glee. This theoretical quality is both a strength and a weakness: the Schwarz brothers resemble a couple of cherubs off a Christmas card, and Franz and Fiala seem more concerned with parodying the cliché image of the "perfect" family than with creating characters whose suffering is real enough to make us care
Actor Ajay Devgn, whose latest release “Drishyam” managed to mint an opening weekend collection of Rs.30.03 crore, says it is a “rare film that gets you collections and also respect as an actor”. “Very satisfied with the response that Drishyam is getting, one of the rare films that gets you collections as well as respect as an actor,” Ajay tweeted.  Nishikant Kamat’s “Drishyam” is an emotional thriller revolves around a local cable operator Vijay Salgaonkar (Ajay), whose life revolves around cinema and his family; wife Nandini (Shriya) and daughters Anju and Anu. T abu is playing the role of IG Meera Deshmukh in the film. The film also stars Tabu and Shriya Saran. Produced by Viacom18 and Kumar Mangat, the film released on Friday. 
Hakuna matata? Not for Walter Palmer, the Minnesota dentist who controversially killed Cecil the Lion in Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwe government is now calling for Palmer's extradition, and the Obama administration is trying to get in touch with him. So That Happened has joined the rallying cry of justice for Cecil, posting a satire of "The Lion King" that features Mufasa as Cecil using some explicit language as he orders his son, Simba, to avenge his death. "Board an airplane, fly to Minnesota and rip that dentist's fucking throat out," he tells the young lion in a vision. Being, you know, civilized, we'd prefer to see justice served according to the rule of law, but we understand how animals might be inclined to follow the law of the jungle. Circle of life!
Universal Pictures has set a June 22, 2018, release date for Jurassic World Sequel, which hopefully will have a catchier title and a director soon. But it does have Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard returning as the leads and Jurassic World helmer Colin Trevorrow writing the script. He isn’t returning as director because it’s expected he’ll instead go off and do one of the Star Wars films. Frank Marshall andSteven Spielberg are also in the braintrust. It’s not surprising Universal would move aggressively on another sequel based on the novel by the late Michael Crichton, or that it would do it faster than the 14 years it took to make the fourth Jurassic movie. That delay had much to do with the tensions between Universal brass and Spielberg after his DreamWorks got close to making a distribution deal with the studio that owns the lot where he has been headquartered his entire career. Spielberg stayed in those Amblin offices, but the feelings were frosty when Spielberg’s DreamWorks made a distribution alliance at the last minute with Disney, leaving Universal at the altar.
The movie on Indo-Pakistan relations has been termed the actor's "best" by B-Town. Even as several fans of Salman – whose name is lovingly suffixed by 'Bhai' – flocked to theatres for the 'first day, first show' mania, B-Town celebrities, who had already seen the entertainer at a preview, gave it a thumbs up. "Bajrangi Bhaijaan" – which is the 49-year-old's first release since he was sentenced to five years in jail in the infamous 2002 hit-and-run case in May – is receiving “terrific” response, and the footfalls are only likely to grow in the opening weekend. “Salman's films have always been superhit. The first show at our cinemas started at around 12pm to 12:30pm and all our theatres were pre-booked 100 percent. All the shows are going houseful and same is expected over the weekend. The film should come out as a blockbuster pan-India, Piyush Raizada, director, Delite Cinemas, told IANS. Having released with approximately 4,500 prints across India, it seems that the "Dabangg" Khan has once again managed to spin his magic on the pious occasion of Eid, which falls on Saturday. Deepak Sharma, COO, PVR Cinemas told IANS: "It has attracted more than 80 percent occupancy, and 20 to 25 percent seats were pre-booked. Starting from the first show at around 10 a.m., the response has been huge in every state. "We have not received the total collection yet, but the film is doing really well. Also, the advance booking is great for the whole weekend. It looks that the film will complete Rs 100 crore in first weekend itself." Kabir Khan-directed "Bajrangi Bhaijaan", which also stars Kareena Kapoor Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui, narrates the story of a Hindu man on a mission to take a young Pakistani girl, who is dumb and mute, back to her country. It chronicles his adventures and experiences faced during his road trip. Since its first look was released, the craze of “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” was palpable. The buzz was fuelled by stars like Aamir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan, who publicised the film on Twitter. These apart, many other B-Town celebs including Anupam Kher, Anil Kapoor, Randeep Hooda, Jacqueline Fernandez and Sonakshi Sinha too praised the movie and called it a “must watch”. According to trade analyst Komal Nahta, “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” witnessed “packed shows” at various theatres in cities like Jaipur, Indore, Jabalpur, Gwalior and Ahmedabad. “Waiting for Eid ka chand? But Eid has already arrived at the b.o. BajrangiBhaijaan takes a fantabulous opening all over. Unprecedented rush. It's BajrangiBhaijaan mania everywhere. Crowds going berserk. Scene outside Raj Mandir and Cinepolis cinemas in Jaipur is crazy,” Nahta posted on Twitter. Another trade guru Taran Adarsh tweeted: “And BajrangiBhaijaan ROARS from morning shows onwards. Packed houses/House Full boards greet the new Salman starrer. Trade jubilant.” As predicted by most trade pundits, the film is likely to break the dry spell that the Hindi film industry has witnessed in 2015 so far. Trade experts believe it would be no surprise if the film even crosses the Rs 300 crore mark.

An FIR was today registered against actress Sunny Leone, Google CEO and a Bollywood magazine in Ajmer city for allegedly spreading obscenity, police said today. Arinjay Jain had subscribed to a Bollywood magazine through S K R Sharma.

The entertainment journal contained obscene photographs of Leone, SHO Ajmer Kotawali police station Jitendra Gangwani said.

Jain said he followed a website link given in the magazine and found more obscene contents and pictures of the actress on internet, following which he registered the FIR with police.

A case has been registered under section 292 (sale ofobscene book) of IPC, relevant sections of the Indecent. Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act and the IT act, Gangwani said.

Additional Police Commissioner Fatehsinh Patil told reporters that two people arrived on a motorbike and fired at least three shots at Shrikant alias Raju Shinde from close quarters, stunning the people around. A seriously injured Shinde, 45, was rushed to the Nanavati Hospital in Vile Parle where he is undergoing treatment. "There may be a possibility of personal rivalry as he was shot from a close range... We are investigating from all angles and shall probe if he had got any threats in the past," Patil said. Shortly after the shootout at 2pm, near the Gate No 2 of Film City which is situated inside the Aarey Milk Colony, police erected road blocks all the way upto the Western Express Highway and at all the exit points from Mumbai. Among other things, Shinde also served as a security contractor, runs a cable television network, construction, supplying timber to film sets and into assorted social activities. However, the motive behind the attack or its perpetrators are still not clear and being investigated, Patil added. Bachchan, 72, tweeted: "Okay!! Shooting at Film City...and a gang war shootout 20 feet from where we are... !! 1 dead... cops all over." The Filmcity is an integrated film studio complex with multiple locations that serve as the venue of many Bollywood film and TV show shootings.
The HJS lodged a first information report (FIR) with Sunil Shivarkar, head of Ramnagar police station in Dombivali in Thane, said HJS spokesman Uday Dhuri on Friday. "The FIR was registered by our local representative Anjali Palan and others. Besides, we have already registered over a dozen similar complaints in various districts of Maharashtra and in Goa in the past one week but police have not taken any action so far," Dhuri told IANS. Accusing Sunny Leone - who now works in Bollywood movies - of promoting vulgarity through nude and provocative pictures posted on her website, he said this was corrupting the Indian youth, spoiling the young and insulting the dignity of Indian women. Although there is a disclaimer on the website, its useless since even children were able to view the website content, he said. "Last week when we lodged a complaint in Navi Mumbai, Police Commissioner KL Prasad said she is promoting her own pictures. He advised us to concentrate on other issues like toilets for women," Dhuri said. Pointing out how Leone was influencing the masses, Dhuri cited recent news reports to say that she exceeds even the popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on global search engines like Google. "This is a dangerous trend," Dhuri said. The HJS has demanded a ban on her website and said Sunny Leone should be deported from India and barred entering the country.
The frenzy around Salman's conviction and subsequent bail appeared more in the fans on Friday than amongst the Bollywood fraternity -- at least on social networking platform Twitter. On Wednesday, popular names like Subhash Ghai, Riteish Deshmukh, Bipasha Basu, Dia Mirza, Varun Dhawan, Sonakshi Sinha, Kunal Kohli, Arjun Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Wajid Khan and Farah Khan Ali said they "stand" by Salman, who according to most of them, is the "nicest human being in this business". Many even said he didn't "deserve" the conviction. But after jewellery designer Farah Khan Ali, singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya and actor Ajaz Khan came under attack for distasteful remarks for the victims of the hit-and-run case, most top actors and filmmakers chose to keep their opinion at bay on Twitter on Friday. Hours after the Bombay High Court granted Salman regular bail, only a few celebrities tweeted about the case. Amongst them were Sajid Khan, Dolly Ahluwalia, Ameesha Patel, Daisy Shah and Satish Kaushik and Mika."@BeingSalmanKhan Bollywood, fans and his critics will all have to agree to this..Salman Rules Fridays...I'm very happy for the Khan family," tweeted Sajid. Singer Mika Singh, shared: "My best wishes to big brother @BeingSalmanKhan and I'm 200% sure God will help the man who always helps others. Keep praying." To many critics, this unceasing support of the Bollywood fraternity seemed skewed and unjust as most names ignored the plight of the victims when Salman's Land Cruiser killed a man sleeping on the footpath and injured four others. And those who mentioned the victims ended up making controversial statements. Abhijeet, for example, tweeted that roads are meant for cars and dogs and not for people to sleep on. Farah Khan Ali said: "The govt should be responsible for housing ppl. If no 1was sleeping on d road in any other country Salman wuld not have driven over anybody... It's like penalising a train driver because someone decided to cross the tracks and got killed in the bargain. #salmankhancase." Ajaz wrote: "To **** with INDIAN law our Government is responsible for this. Garibo ko ghar do they sleep so close to the road." He later deleted the post. Abhijeet and Farah on Friday apologised for their unintentional remarks. On the whole, the Bollywood fraternity and Salman's fans continue to support the actor, who has been regaling film buffs for over 25 years.

"This is a bittersweet instalment in the franchise," said Phil Contrino, vice president and chief analyst at BoxOffice.com. "[Walker's] passing made this movie more intriguing for people who hadn't seen some of the instalments. It raised awareness and its success is a tribute to him."

Universal Pictures spared no expense in bringing the latest chapter in the fast cars and gravity-defying-stunts series to the big screen, shelling out $190 million on the production.

That establishes a new high-water mark for the month of April, blowing past the $95 million debut of "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," and stands as the highest-grossing kick-off for any film in the "Fast and Furious" franchise.

It also ranks ninth among the top ten openings in history. Much as "The Dark Knight" turned into a memorial for Heath Ledger, audiences flocked to see star Paul Walker in one of his final roles.

The actor died in a 2013 car crash at the age of 40 and his work on the film was completed using digital technology and a series of stand-ins.

It unspooled in 4,003 North American theatres, earning $14 million on 365 Imax screens and $11.5 million from premium large format screens. Going into the weekend, most analysts estimated that the film would open in the $115 million range. Foreign numbers were steroidal.

Internationally, the film rolled out across 10,500 screens in 63 territories, earning $240.4 million. "This is the next member of the billion dollar club and that's a rarefied place to be," said Contrino. "This thing is on fire."

With an A CinemaScore and strong reviews, "Furious 7" could be one of the few modern blockbusters that hangs on for more than a few weeks.

The month of April is lean on blockbuster fare and "Furious 7" won't get serious competition until "The Avengers: Age of Ultron" debuts on May 1.

The opening weekend crowd was impressively diverse, a testament to a series that has drawn strength from its multi-cultural cast.

The audience was 51% male, 44% under age 25, 37% Hispanic, 25% Caucasian, 24% African-American and 10% Asian. "We're expanding our audience based on the diversity of interest from different ethnic groups all buying into saga of Dom Toretto and his family," said Nick Carpou, Universal's president of domestic distribution, referencing the character played by Vin Diesel.

Last weekend's box office champion, DreamWorks Animation's "Home," showed impressive stamina, falling less than 50%. The animated tale picked up $27.4 million in its sophomore frame, pushing its domestic total to $95.6 million.

In third place, R-rated comedy "Get Hard" earned $12.9 million. The Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart team-up fell 62% from its opening number, bringing its stateside haul to $57 million. "Cinderella" snagged a fourth place finish, picking up $10.3 million stateside to push its domestic bounty to $167.3 million.

Globally, the Disney release is closing in on $400 million. "The Divergent Series: Insurgent" rounded out the weekend top five, nabbing $10 million and driving the film to $103.4 million domestically. Among art house releases, Noah Baumbach's "While We're Young" expanded from four to 34 theaters, picking up $492,976.

The A24 release has earned $791,450 in two weeks. Radius-TWC's "It Follows" also continued to expand, moving from 1,218 to 1,655, though its gross dipped 35% to $2.5 million. The critically adored horror film has made $8.5 million since debuting on March 13.

The Weinstein Company was particularly bullish on the reception for "Woman in Gold," a drama about the fight to recover art stolen by the Nazis.

The film picked up $2 million from 258 locations and will expand to between 800 and 1,000 venues this coming weekend. "The film is definitely poised for a long, long run," said Erik Lomis, the studio's distribution chief. "That's a really solid start." Thanks to "Furious 7," the overall box office reached $218 million, the first time that ticket sales have crossed $200 million over the Easter weekend.

In other words, "Furious 7" just dropped the mic.

"These huge results jump start momentum for the blockbuster, summer season, suggesting that 2015 is shaping up to be everything (and maybe even more) that the industry has been hoping for," said Greg Foster, CEO of Imax Entertainment.