Bhoomi (Image & Trailer) (updated)

thanks to Sanjana…

thanks to Chennai Anna..

thanks to Master..


22 Responses to “Bhoomi (Image & Trailer) (updated)”

  1. “Satyam:is he the lead here?”

    Ofcourse he is and this is his comeback movie! It is a story about father and daughter(played by Aditi Rao).


  2. Trailer reminds too much of Pitah.


  3. unfortunately movies surrounding rape as subject generally fail except for a very few exceptions…..recently, Kaabil and Mom bombed at the BO. Now this will go the same way…..


  4. After Matr and Mom another revenge drama with similar theme. Only difference is that here it is the father who avenges.


  5. Sanjay Dutt is beyond hits and flops. He is an iconic personality and not dependent on these mortal things.
    I wish this film is a success so that Dutt biopic will get a boost.


  6. Ranbir, who co-produced “Jagga Jasoos”, however, stood by his team.

    Asked to comment on his father’s comment, Ranbir said here: “Well, my father is an emotional man and whatever he said was coming from there, and I do not necessarily agree with what my father said. But from the beginning, I and Basu dada (Anurag Basu) were aware of what we are doing.

    “Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t, but I do not look at it as a failure. I look at it as a learning.”

    Producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra commenting on “Jagga Jasoos”, said: “I spent three hours to watch the film on a big screen and let me put it on record that some of the moments in the film are excellent. It is not a flop film. You know no one is flop-proof, we all are striving to do our best. Sometimes it falls in place, sometimes it doesn’t but as long as we are striving, it is okay”


    • he he….now he is in a good company of Sallu and SRK….as far as flops are concerned…..JJ is a better film than TL and JHMS….so the sanity has returned 🙂


  7. Thursday, August 10, 2017 | 6:08:05 PM IST (+05:30 GMT)
    0 Comments | By IANS

    Madhur Brij, the younger sister of Madhubala, says that all the actresses of today are very beautiful but she wants Bollywood diva Kareena Kapoor Khan to play the late actress if the biopic is made on her as the “Jab We Met” heroine has the same naughtiness that the former used to have.

    “There was a time when I wanted Madhuri Dixit to play the role of Madhubala in her biopic but now it has to be Kareena Kapoor Khan as she has the same naughtiness that Madhubala used to have and she is a beautiful actress too,” said Madhur on the sidelines of the unveiling of the wax figure of the late actress by Madame Tussauds, Delhi, on Thursday.

    So, was the legendary actress equally naughty at home too?

    “Madhubala was very simple at home. She was elder but never bossy and she used to encourage all of us to come in films,” said Madhur, draped elegantly in a white sari with her head covered by a scarf.

    Born in 1933, Madhubala — often regarded as the most iconic female celebrity of Hindi cinema — worked in films between 1942 and 1962.

    Some of her widely acclaimed films include “Mahal” (1949), “Amar” (1954), “Mr. & Mrs. ’55” (1955), “Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi” (1958), “Mughal E Azam” (1960) and “Barsaat Ki Raat” (1960).

    Madhubala died on February 23, 1969 after a prolonged illness.

    Talking about what is the one thing actresses of today should learn from the late actress, Madhur said it has to be strength and patience.

    “The one thing that film actresses of today can learn from Madhubala is to see how bravely a girl fought who knew that she had just two years left to live, she never gave up her hopes and expectations. She always used to think that she will be fine soon, will get her life back and will continue to work,” she told IANS.

    “The actresses of today are very successful but they should learn strength, patience from her,” she added.

    Madhur said she was overjoyed at seeing the love and respect Madhubala gets even after her death.

    “Very few films of her did good business at box office while the rest of her films didn’t do well but I am surprised to see that she was called the Venus of Indian screen,” she said and added, “I feel happy looking at this figure but I am upset also from inside as I want to ask God that why he gave her such a short life. This will be my question to God all my life. A girl who was affectionate, nice, beautiful and a good soul has gone so early.”

    “Had she been alive, she would have worked in much more bigger films than ‘Mughal E Azam’.”

    Madhubala’s wax figure has been inspired by her legendary character “Anarkali” from the film “Mughal-e-Azam”. The figure has been created beautifully by the artists of Madame Tussauds.

    There were many artists who worked for over six months to create the figure of the actress with fabrics and accessories sourced from India and put up beautifully by artists abroad.


  8. Bob cristo Says:

    Trailer is looking good so is Sanju baba.

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  9. Very true Bob cristo !

    I am not sure how the movie will turn out or not even excited with the trailer as such but man that is tremendous screen presence. The guy is a bona fide superstar and wish he had an even run at the box-office….He is one of the lucky few to be born with this innate quality and ability to be present fully in each new moment. Even if the story here is repetitive and lousy he seems fully present sitting inside what the character is experiencing.

    Most of our stars today lack that X factor that special something to make them convincing and it is more to do with screen presence. Here he is living truthfully under the given imaginary circumstances of the movie….. somewhat like a superhero……should have been the one taking over the mantle from Bachchan…. now of course it’s a bit too late.

    Really looking forward to the next Munna Bhai series with Hirani or if he does some other big ticket movie with an A-lister…..

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    • It is not about boxoffice but brushing the acting skills of Sanjay Dutt and this project seems to do that well enough. Once he gets in the form and process, Munnabhai 3 will be a cakewalk.


    • I have heard this a lot about Sanju and I don’t really buy it. There have been roles where he has been just awesome. But frankly speaking it’s only when things are in his domain. He is like a Chris Gayle. If pitch suits him, he is in the zone, he will kill anything in sight. But there will be lots of days in between where people will just keep waiting for that day to come. IMO not good enough to the be compared with Bachchan at all. He never had the intellectual capacity to be a superstar. Awesome personality and natural talent. On his day he is the best. But his understanding of acting and art is very limited compared to Amitabh, Aamir and likes. He is far behind SRK as well in that department. So IMO he has always been a great potential with intellectual and even artistic limitations.


      • Though one can argue if Salman can do it then why not Sanju. IMO there are no. of reasons. Salman managed his career far better (though he too kept messing up a lot in between but was lucky that apart from Aamir and SRK rest were not good enough). Secondly, he just din’t had a Dabang moment and a consistent run to follow it up. Sanju could easily have been the Salman, There isn’t much difference between the 2. Infact I think Sanju is far more talented. But sometimes things have to work for you. If you give a Munnabhai, your next big hit shouldn’t be another Munnabhai. Thirdly Sanju could never completely resurrect the image loss due to his personal issues. Finally, I do see lot of guys saying Sanjay Dutt has towering personality, looks awesome etc. but it’s extremely limited. I hardly know anyone who just went to a movie because Sanjay Dutt stars in it and that includes some of the guys who are in awe with his persona. You have to earn some respect an as artist.


        • The main thing will always be the personal stuff and breaks in jail. If not for them he was primed to be a top star around Khal Nayak & Saajan time – 2 very different films and performances. But I’m not sure he has career management in his brain.

          There is some mystique around him – Munnabhai came post a peak age, there was not a huge chance for him to do much more than that series to be relevant. He’s an unfortunate case of – we never know simply!


  10. Sanju is a naturally charismatic and towering persona for celluloid…i feel that TEPK wud have been a better deal with him in his Munnabhai-kind of Avatar…..anyways, Bhoomi’s subject is done-to-death and rape is not a favorite subject with Indian audiences (Mom, Matr, Kaabil….list of flops is too long)…..lets hope he chooses films wisely….Munnabhai 3 will rock for sure


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