The two-time Oscar nominee, also known for his work on TV series Sherlock and films The Imitation Game and The Power of the Dog , said he is aware about the popularity Doctor Strange films enjoy in India and hopes to deliver another entertainer with the much-awaited sequel.
Mukesh Khanna became a household name after portraying the character of Bheesma Pitamaha (Debabrata) in BR Chopra’s epic, Mahabharat, and later his popularity rose to new heights with Shaktimaan in the 90s. The only Indian superhero TV serial was one of the much-hyped TV shows and most liked among kids.
Ranveer Singh, Sidharth Malhotra, or Tiger Shroff- netizens are discussing who will play Shaktimaan after Sony Pictures announce the trilogy of Shaktimaan for the big screen.
Shaktimaan at first hit the small screens on September 13 1997 and ran successfully for 7 years. It was indeed a heartbreaking moment for the 90 kids who watched their superhero on Doordarshan when the serial was taken off air.
Mumbai: Veteran actor Mukesh Khanna has issued a statement clarifying his remarks on the #MeToo movement, which led to outrage on social media, saying that his comments were presented in a “wrong manner”. According to a video clip from an interview given to a news channel, Khanna claimed that #MeToo happened because women tried “walking […]
Actor Mukesh Khanna, best known for shows Shaktimaan and Mahabharat, has come under the fire after his controversial remark on the #MeToo movement. His statement that the problem began when women started thinking they are at par with men and the duty of women is to take care of the household has sparked outrage on […]
The Kapil Sharma Show last weekend invited the actors from B.R. Chopra’s Mahabharata. Actors like Nitish Bharadwaj (Krishna), Gajendra Chauhan (Yudhishthir), Puneet Issar (Duryudhan), Gufi Paintal (Shakuni), Arjun (Arjun) came on the show and shared their interesting tales. All these actors played prominent roles in the serial. One more actor who also played a prominent […]
Mumbai: Actor Mukesh Khanna, who wowed the Indian audience with the tele-series Shaktimaan in the nineties, is in talks to turn the popular show into a three-film franchise. “It is a dream come true for me. ‘Shaktimaan’ was, is and will always be the first Indian superhero, and I also call him the ‘super teacher’. […]
Mumbai: Veteran actor Mukesh Khanna may have opened up a Pandoras Box with his recent comments on Bollywood against the backdrop of the Sushant Singh Rajput death case. In a couple of TV debates, Khanna — of the “Shaktiman” — has claimed that there have been many ‘murders in Bollywood’ which were allegedly ‘declared as […]