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Seeing this bikini photo of Amyra Dastur, you will not be able to close your eyes

Bollywood actress Amyra Dastur's stunning performance in Mikhil Musale's recently released film 'Made In China' alongside the likes of Rajkummar Rao and Mouni Roy.

Now Amyra Dastur has headed to Goa to take a break from her busy work schedule. Today Amyra Dastur has posted a picture on his Instagram in a bikini. She looks so hot in a black bikini.?

Also read:?Made In China Movie Review: Critics Review, Rating, Cast and Crew

And she wrote the caption"Yeah so I?m gonna have 2 burgers with large fries on the side, vanilla ice cream with hot chocolate fudge, one cookie and picking up a small 10inch pizza for the room for later. That?s it for me. What do you guys wanna order? ??

Mr. X actress Amyra Dastur is seen flaunting her curves by donning the two-piece bikini. The actress seductive pose on the beach
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'Bala' makers face legal trouble again

Jaipur District Court on Monday summoned Maddock Films Private Limited, producers of the upcoming Ayushmann Khurrana-starrer "Bala", to be present in court on November 6 for hearing in a plagiarism case.

The case is based on an appeal by local resident Naman Goyal, who alleged that the story and concept of "Bala" had been lifted from his short film, "The Beginning To Get Bald".

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Gd Bansal, who represents the complainant in court, said that apart from accusing Maddock Films of copying several scenes and content from his short film, Goyal had also accused that a portion of the "Bala" trailer had lifted high points from "The Beginning To Get Bald".

The appeal was submitted on November 2 by Goyal against the producers as well as director and writer of the film on charges of copyright violation, acting on which summons were sent to Maddock Films.
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Anurag Kashyap is proud of 'Saand Ki Aankh'

Anurag Kashyap, who is the creative producer of the film "Saand Ki Aankh", says he is proud of the film's cast and crew including director Tushar Hiranandani, for putting up an inspirational story on women's empowerment on big screen.

"Saand Ki Aankh" was the closing film at the Jio Mami 21st Mumbai Film Festival 2019 and, watching the standing ovation the audiences gave to the film, Kashyap said: "Tushar reached out to me and said I want to make this film only with you, and I was completely moved by the script. I am very proud of the film."

The audience watched the film with the leading ladies Taapsee Pannu and Bhumi Pednekar and the director in the theatre.

Tushar said: "It was a feeling I cannot explain in enough words. I am proud of the film and thankful for the response we are getting from the industry and the film fraternity.
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Bollywood Box Office Report Of The Week: 24 Oct 2019

This Friday?s premier releases include Fox Star Studios and Sajid Nadiadwala?s Housefull 4 featuring Akshay, Bobby, Riteish, Kriti and Rana, Reliance Entertainments? Tapsee-Bhumi venture Saand Ki Aankh and the Dinesh Vijen produced Rajkummar- Mouni starrer Made In China.

Needless to add that the Diwali week will see Housefull 4 dominating the two other mentioned films comprehensively, but given the reportedly good scripts of Saand Ki Aankh and Made In China, post the festive blast, the two may manage to get some of their target audience.?

All the new of the releases of last week ?#Yaram, Ghost, Kirket, Junction Varanasi, P Se Pyaar F Se Faraar, etc. ...and Saif Ali Khan?s Laal Kaptan failed miserably. Comparatively, the best performance came from the last mentioned, which netted around 2 crore during the opening weekend.?

Checking out Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Farhan Akhtar and Zaira Wasim venture, The Sky Is Pink, the film
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Rajkummar Rao: Prefer to focus only on acting in coming years

Rajkummar Rao's new film "Made In China" opens in the Diwali weekend, and the actor says he prefer remaining an actor in the coming years, and has no plans to take up filmmaking or politics, unlike what many of his colleagues have been doing.

"I will prefer being an actor in the coming years because it's my first love. I feel blessed that I became an actor and I have fulfilled my dream, so I am very happy and am not thinking of anything else," Rajkummar said, while interacting with the media at a special screening of "Made In China" on Wednesday in Mumbai.

The film opens on October 25 with two other films -- "Housefull 4" and "Saand Ki Aankh". Talking about the clash, Rajkummar said: "Diwali is a big weekend. I think we are very large country and people like to watch films, especially on Diwali. We all
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Mouni Roy: I am a very proud TV actor

She rose to fame with her stint on "Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi" and became a household name courtesy the supernatural show "Naagin". Mouni Roy, who has lately been trying her luck in Bollywood, credits her stardom to the small screen and declares she is a very proud TV actor.

Mouni ventured into the world of acting playing Krishna Tulsi in "Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi" in 2007. She was later seen in shows like "Devon Ke Dev...Mahadev", "Naagin", "Junoon - Aisi Nafrat Toh Kaisa Ishq"

Also Read:?Mouni Roy's sizzling backless photos will make your day

Does she credit her shooting career to the small screen?

"Credit? I am a very proud TV actor. TV has made me who I am today. It has given me everything. I am forever indebted to Ekta (Kapoor). I am who I am because of Balaji and because of Ekta Kapoor.
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Boman Irani to share success story on a chat show

Actor Boman Irani, who has carved his niche in Bollywood over the years with unforgettable roles in numerous films including the "Munna Bhai" series, "Main Hoon Na", "No Entry" and "3 Idiots", will open up about his success story in a chat show.

He had recently shot for the project with Dr. Vivek Bindra, a motivational speaker and the Founder and CEO of Bada Business, in Delhi.

"An honour and a privilege to have collaborated with Dr. Vivek Bindra for his show. His raw energy fuels everything around," said Boman.

According to sources, Bindra is doing another entertainment talk show which will entail the solutions of a problem an artiste faces.

Bindra said: "I am thankful to Boman Irani for his kind words and am looking forward to many more associations with him and other achievers."

Boman will next be seen in the film "Made In China", which is a
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Made In China: Rajkummar Rao and Mouni Roy's new romantic track "Valam"

The first thing that hits you when you listen to Made In China?s Valam is that This track is singer Arijit Singh?s ?hit of the year?.

In 2014, it was Muskurane Ki Wajah (Citylights), the year after that the Hamari Adhuri Kahani title track, followed by the Ae Dil Hai Mushkil title track in 2016. 2017 had Hawayein (Jab Harry Met Sejal) and 2018 had Pal (Jalebi).

Also read:?Rajkummar Rao took cue from real life for 'Made In China'?

Bollywood?s King of Romantic Hits will undoubtedly continue his reign with Valam, the fourth single from the Rajkummar Rao-Mouni Roy starrer, Made In China.

Featuring folksy music by Sachin-Jigar and Gujarati-Hindi lyrics by Sachin Sanghvi and Priya Saraiya, the romantic number is an experience that gets better with each listen.

Running strong on emotion, it connects with every lover who has fallen hopelessly in love.

Directed by Mikhil Musale
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Meet the 'secret superstar' of Bollywood 2019 Diwali

Bollywood?s 2019 Diwali release - Saand Ki Aankh and Made In China has neither a ?Khan? or ?Kumar? or ?Kapoor? Or ?Devgn? but the presence of this ?superstar? will keep the ?diya? ?Roshan?.

Diwali is the biggest festival in India. Time when people have money and are willing to spend. Bollywood majors always eye for festivals/holiday releases to cash on the capacity of the audience to pay. Be it Eid, Christmas, Independence Day, Republic day etc. Stars like Salman Khan and Akshay Kumar have their festival/holiday preference.

Salman is the favorite on Eid, Akshay Kumar with his current tag as the face of patriotism on silver screen, enjoys the patronage on Independence Day and/or Republic Day. Previously Aamir preferred Christmas and Shah Rukh Khan preferred Diwali. Yes Of course, Ajay Devgn is still the undisputed King when it comes to Diwali release. Ajay Devgn holds an unbeatable
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Made in China: Mouni Roy and Rajkummar Rao goes retro

Mouni Roy and Rajkummar Rao are surely making the right noise with their latest movie Made in China. A movie that is filled with humour, comedy and a journey of a foreigner (Rajkummar Rao) who lands in a country like China for better job opportunities is all that you need to see.

Meanwhile, the duo had a fantabulous time dancing to the tunes of an old song. Donned in a red suit and coat, Rajkummar Rao along with Mouni Roy who shimmered in a jet black full gown is all dancing to the tunes of ?O Laal Duppatta Wali? from the 1993 Govinda film ?Aankhen?.

The song which feautured Govinda, Chunky Panday and Rageshree in the main roles was a hit in the 90?s. Since Rajkummar was dressed in a red suit, he turns the Laal Duppatta Wali, while Mouni Rao turns the ?Kaale Joote Wali? as she is all donned in black.
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Why Rajkummar Rao sports unibrow in 'Made In China'

Actor Rajkummar Rao says he decided to sport unibrow in "Made In China" because of director Mikhil Musale.

Rajkummar, who essays the role of the lead protagonist Raghu Mehta, gained eight kgs and to get the round belly for the role, and decided to include unibrow to the whole appearance. Musale has a unibrow and that's where Rajkummar's inspiration came from.

Also Read:?Rajkummar Rao is an inspiration: 'Made in China' co-actor

"When I saw Mikhil for the first time, his unibrow was one of his features that were most striking. Without being out there and in your face, it does create a pretty strong mental impression of someone," Rajkummar said.

"I am always looking to experiment with my looks for each character I play on the screen and after we decided to embark upon this film journey together, I'd made up my mind to pull inspiration from Mikhil and sport a distinct unibrow.
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Rajkummar Rao: Immersed myself in work to cope with parents' loss

Actor Rajkummar Rao says he immersed himself in work after the demise of his parents because that was the only way he could cope with the loss.

Rajkummar lost his father Satyapal Yadav in September this year. The actor's mother passed away while he shooting for the 2017 film, "Newton".

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"Me being an actor gave them the most amount of happiness. I know they would've told me that work is important and 'go and finish your work'," Rajkummar said.

"Work was the only way I could keep myself out of it. I am glad I could show 'Made In China' trailer to my dad when he was in the hospital," he added.

Talking about his father, Rajkummar said: "My father taught me honesty. He was the most honest government official I have ever seen. He was at a post where
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'Naari naari' song gets modern spin for 'Made In China'

Actors Rajkummar Rao and Mouni Roy are excited about the new rendition of the 1990s Arabic classic "Naari naari" in their forthcoming film "Made In China".

With music by composer-duo Sachin-Jigar, "Naari naari" features Rajkummar and Mouni grooving to the beats, with Boman Irani making a special appearance. Vishal Dadlani, Jonita Gandhi and Sachin-Jigar have lent their voices to the new rendition.

Also Read:?Rajkummar Rao is an inspiration: 'Made in China' co-actor

"When Dinoo (Dinesh Vijan) and Mikhil (Musale) told me about recreating 'Naari naari' as a dance song for our film, I was excited because it used to be one of my go to tracks back in school," Rajkummar said.

"Raghu (my character) would've never been able to pursue the road to success if it wasn't for the support of his naari -- Rukmini..after all, behind every successful man is his naari (woman)," he added.

Talking about the song,
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Rajkummar Rao is an inspiration: 'Made in China' co-actor

Actor Amit Bimrot, who shares screen space with Rajkummar Rao in the upcoming film "Made In China", says the latter is a true inspiration.

"Rajkumar has immense respect for his craft, set and everything around him while working. His work ethics and sincerity are marvelous. We came from the same film school, and at this amazing stage of his career he still follows all those work ethics, makes you work damn hard. He is a True Inspiration," Amit said.

Amit made his film debut with Ajay Devgn's "Raid", and now he recently got featured in Netflix's "Bard of Blood".

He also shared his experience working with actor Emraan Hashmi in the web show.

"I never thought of Working with Emraan on such a script because we grew listening to his songs on loop. Watching him do such action is amazing, he gives everyone their own comfort space which
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'Made In China' new song 'Sanedo' will witness Mouni Roy wooing Rajkummar Rao

After the crackling trailer and the foot-tapping song 'Odhani' , the makers of 'Made In China' are all set the present an out and out entertainer dipped in Gujarati culture, laced with laughter and madness. Now taking this a notch higher, producer Dinesh Vijan, in association with Jio Studios, is all set to bring you yet another addition to your Garba playlist - ?a peppy and upbeat number 'Sanedo' that is out today

The song, composed by Sachin - Jigar, is sung by the king of high energy songs - Mika Singh along with Nikhita Gandhi, Benny Dayal and Sachin- Jigar themselves. Sanedo is a recreation of an iconic Gujarati song, which is famous as a fast-paced dandiya number.

Like in 'Odhani', where Raj and Mouni are seen setting the dance floor on fire, in 'Sanedo', Mouni will be seen wooing Raj, who plays her husband- Raghu. Mouni will
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Rajkummar helped me become better version of myself: Mouni

Actress Mouni Roy says she learned a lot while working with Rajkummar Rao in "Made in China", and helped her become a better version of herself.

"I have learned everything from Raj on this film and for my role. He helped me endlessly during our rehearsals, not only for the scenes that we had together, but also where I was on my own," Mouni said.

Also Read:?Rajkummar Rao is flying high as "Odhani" song is out

"He helped me make all of my scenes with him and otherwise much better. His inputs have been very valuable and helped me to become a better version of myself," she added.

Directed by Mikhil Musale, the film is a middle class man's journey from being a failed businessman to a becoming a successful entrepreneur. Lending him her support is his loving and dutiful wife, Rukmini, essayed by Mouni.

Produced by Maddock Films in association with Jio Studios,
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Mouni Roy spreads a social message

After ruling the TV industry for over a decade, Mouni Roy made a Bollywood debut opposite Akshay Kumar in sports drama ?Gold?.

Blessed with amazing dancing skills and good looks, Mouni loves to share her sensational pictures on social media. Her pictures and videos often break the internet.

Also Read:?Mouni Roy loving the magical touch of 'Made In China'

Mouni Roy recently shared a video in which she spreads a social message about educating our boys and girls.?She believes that we can make society better, bring the changes we need to see.

She captioned her video, ?I firmly believe that we can make society better, bring the changes we need to see with educating our boys and girls. What @khanacademy does is give free education to everyone. It?s a world school where one doesn?t need to pay hefty fees to enroll themselves. you actually
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Rajkummar Rao is flying high as "Odhani" song is out

Actor Rajkummar Rao is flying high as "Odhani", the first song of his upcoming film "Made In China", is out now.

Rajkummar tweeted on Tuesday: "Here's our first song #Odhani udi udi jaye!"

Also Read:?Song Lyrics Odhani of Made In China

Featuring music by Sachin-Jigar and lyrics by Niren Bhatt and Jigar Saraiya, the celebratory song has been sung by Darshan Raval and Neha Kakkar.

The song from the upcoming comedy film, also starring Mouni Roy, was released via Sony Music India.

The video, with some elements of China, features the lead pair dancing to the tunes of this Gujarati song.

Directed by Mikhil Musale and produced by Dinesh Vijan of Maddock Films, the story of the film revolves around an unconventional entrepreneurial journey of a 35-year old Gujarati middle-class man.
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Mouni Roy loving the magical touch of 'Made In China'

Actress Mouni Roy is happy with the positive response to the trailer of "Made In China", and says the film has got a magical touch.

"'Made In China' trailer has got the magic touch, literally! 20 million+ views in 24 hours," Mouni said.

Also Read:?Mouni Roy slams Mumbai Metro

"Made in China" tells the story of the Gujarati entrepreneur Raghu Mehta (Rajkummar Rao) and his 'jugaadu' business journey. The film is being juxtaposed with the tag "India ka Jugaad". It is slated to release around Diwali this year. The trailer released on September 18.

From Ranveer Singh, Arjun Kapoor, Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor, Kriti Sanon, Varun Sharma, Vidya Balan to Kriti Kharbanda, stars took to Twitter to appreciate the trailer.

Dinesh Vijan presents "Made In China" in association with Jio Studios. A Maddock Films production, the film also stars Boman Irani, Paresh Rawal and Gajraj Rao. It is written and directed by Mikhil Musale,
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Rajkummar Rao gets emotional about his parents

Actor Rajkummar Rao got really emotional talking about his deceased parents at the trailer launch of his upcoming film "Made in China" on Wednesday in Mumbai. He said that his parents were really proud of him after he became an actor and it gave them joy.

Rajkummar's father, Satyapal Yadav, passed away on September 5, at the age of 60. Talking about his parents emotional Rajkummar said: "It's an irreparable loss for me. A few years ago, I lost my mother, and that time I was shooting for 'Newton' and I went back to shoot the next day."

Also Read:?Made in China trailer: Meet the Jugaad of the Year

The actor said he had shown the trailer of "Made In China" to his father in his last moments. "I am so glad that the trailer was ready just in time, when my father was in the hospital. I told (producer) Dinesh Vijan
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