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by Editorial Desk August 9 2023, 12:00 am Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins, 47 secs

This week we pick up the latest on Rajkummar Rao, Emraan Hashmi and Sonakshi Sinha, Dia Mirza, Yami Gautam, Zareen Khan, reports the #Newsdesk

Rajkummar Rao's All-New 90s Avatar in "Guns and Gulaabs" is the Talk of the Town: The versatile actor, continues to impress audiences with his exceptional ability to fully embody the characters he portrays. In "Guns and Gulaabs," his latest comedy thriller, Rajkummar shines in a new avatar, effortlessly embracing the antics of his character.

The much-awaited trailer of this series has dropped, and a riot of laughter and excitement has taken the internet by storm! Directed by Raj and DK, this upcoming comedy thriller has fans eagerly counting down the days to its release, and for a good reason - it stars none other than the incredibly talented Rajkummar Rao, along with the suave Dulquer Salmaan, Adarsh Gourav, and Gulshan Devaiah.

Set in the 90's era, the series promises a roller-coaster ride of thrilling action and humour. But what has everyone talking is Rajkummar Rao's all-new avatar! With thick hair, a swaggering jacket, and a comic flair that's simply irresistible, he has effortlessly embraced his character's antics. The trailer is a sneak peek into the actor's unparalleled ability to morph into any role and capture hearts with his sheer brilliance.

From critically acclaimed performances to box office successes, Rajkummar Rao consistently breathes life into every character he portrays. With multiple exciting projects up his sleeve, this powerhouse of talent is all set to captivate audiences and leave them yearning for more.

Emraan Hashmi Opens up on His Affinity for Darker Roles: Bollywood has seen its fair share of heroes over the years. From the dashing romantic leads to the action-packed protagonists, the industry has witnessed various trends. However, one actor who stands out by defying conventions and embracing darker roles is Emraan Hashmi.

With his recent foray into the South Indian film industry, playing the antagonist in "OG" alongside co-star Pawan Kalyan, and his role as the antagonist in "Tiger 3," Hashmi is carving a unique niche for himself in Bollywood and beyond.

"Delving into the realm of darker characters and the noir genre is like embarking on a journey to explore the uncharted territories of the human psyche", Emraan Hashmi reveals, shedding light on his distinctive approach to storytelling that has carved a niche for him in the ever-evolving landscape of Indian cinema.

Hashmi's transition from romantic roles to darker characters was gradual yet impactful. With films like "Gangster," "Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai," and "The Dirty Picture," he showcased his acting prowess in complex and morally ambiguous roles. These performances not only proved his versatility but also challenged the traditional notion of a Bollywood hero. Audiences began to appreciate Hashmi's ability to add depth and layers to characters that were far from the conventional hero archetype.

With his recent debut in the South Indian film industry as an antagonist in “OG”, Hashmi continues to challenge conventions, leaving an indelible mark on the cinematic landscape in India.

Zareen in Veer and Sonakshi in Dabangg - The Films That Started It All for Leading Actresses: The world of cinema has witnessed the rise of numerous talented actresses, each making their mark in the industry with unforgettable performances. Here we delve into the debut films of Zareen Khan, Dia Mirza, Sonakshi Sinha, and Yami Gautam, exploring the significance of these films in their respective careers.

Sonakshi Sinha

The year 2010 witnessed the emergence of Sonakshi Sinha through the blockbuster film "Dabangg". Her performance was praised for its authenticity and charm. "Dabangg" became a massive hit, catapulting Sonakshi to stardom and solidifying her position as a leading actress in Bollywood.

Zareen Khan

Before capturing hearts with the hit song "Character Dheela," Zareen Khan stepped into the limelight with her debut film "Veer." Released in 2010, this historical action drama starring Salman Khan, marked Zareen Khan's grand entrance into Bollywood.

Dia Mirza

"Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein" is a film that has etched itself into the memories of romantic movie enthusiasts. Released in 2001, this love story introduced Dia Mirza. Dia Mirza's performance left an indelible impression, eventually leading her to become a respected figure in the industry.

Yami Gautam

In 2012, Yami Gautam marked her debut with the ground-breaking film "Vicky Donor." This unconventional comedy-drama, directed by Shoojit Sircar, explored the sensitive topic of sperm donation. Yami's performance was both endearing and relatable, earning her praise for her emotive depth.  

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