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  1. Kareena Kapoor and Vijay Varma will share the screen in Netflix's 'The Devotion of Suspect X's adaptation
  2. Imagine Salman Khan or ‘bhai’ as he is lovingly called, playing a negative role in a movie. Well, it would have been quite interesting had this project, which got shelved years ago, come to life. Turns out when E.Nivas released his movie Shool starring Manoj Bajpayee, it caught the eye of Salman who truly wanted to work with the director who was known for his artistic cinema. Salman Khan was super impressed with E Nivas’ work after watching ‘Shool’, and reached out to him. After several meetings with him, producer Ram Gopal Varma and his brother Sohail Khan, the finalised a project titled Goli which was supposed to show him in a negative avatar and was based on the life of a real life gangster. The director even decided to heighten the protagonist’s EQ and wrote the character in a way that it was supposed to flaunt a locket made out of a bullet. © Instagram Salman Khan along with brother Sohail Khan, E Nivas and Ram Gopal Verma held multiple meetings to discuss the massive project. After everything got finalised, the director reportedly dropped the project. Turns out that RGV, who was the producer, was keen on directing Salman and even offered him a script. However, Bhai’s interests lied with the original movie written by E.Nivas, and chose to work with the Shool director instead. The director apparently decided to quit the project in order to not upset his mentor RGV and eventually, the film never really started. The actor-director duo almost came together yet again for another shelved project titled Ateet, which was later made as Tumko Na Bhool Payenge, which starred Salman Khan, Sushmita Sen and Dia Mirza in the lead roles. View the full article
  3. 'All genuine and intelligent fans of@iamsrk should thank the great NCB,' says Ram Gopal Varma
  4. Ram Gopal Varma truly is an enigma. It may be hard to believe now, but at one point in time, he was one of the most sought after directors, and not by your random actors, by people who really knew their stuff. © BCCL There was a point in time when he was churning out movies that were both critically acclaimed, as well as commercially hits. © Varma Creations Today though, he is known more for the flops he gave and the controversies he was embroiled in, more than his hits, which, for sure will go down as classics on Indian Cinema. Here are a few such movies that prove RGV was once a true cinematic genius. 1. Shiva © Varma Creations This was one of Ram Gopal Varma’s initial films, back when no major producer was willing to bet on him. He signed up Nagarjuna Akkineni, as the lead in the film, and managed to get the film on the floors. The film was a raging success and established RGV as a bankable director. It also paved the way for Nagarjuna to try to make his mark in the Hindi film industry. 2. Satya Without a doubt, this is that one movie that RGV will always be remembered for. Had it not been for him, we probably wouldn’t have Manoj Bajpayee working in mainstream cinema. Satya is one of those movies that you just have to watch to really understand its impact on Indian cinema. It definitely is an all-time classic in Indian Cinema’s history. Bhoot Hear us out on this one. India doesn’t exactly know how to make a decent horror film. For 2004, it was way ahead of its time. The film was genuinely scary, thanks to how convincing and endearing Urmila Matondkar was in the film. Apart from being a critical hit, Bhoot was also a massive commercial success. Rakt Charitra Rakt Charitra is again one of those biographical movies that become larger than the subject or the inspiration of these films. It is gritty, gory, and has all the hallmarks of a gangster film that is made by Ram Gopal Varma. Rangeela Yup, one of Bollywood’s all-time greatest hits, Rangeela, was directed by him, in case you weren’t aware. The film remains to be one of Aamir Khan’s career-defining movies and that’s saying something, given his filmography. Rangeela was one of the most commercially successful films of not just 1995, but for that decade. Again, one of those films of RGV that will go down as an Indian Classic. Sarkar And of course, there is this gem of a piece. If you enjoy a proper dramatic, political crime thriller, this is a film that you simply can’t ignore. If you’re one of those who think that films should be just entertainment, and brainless, this one is certainly not for you. For everyone else though, Sarkar & Sarkar Raj are cinematic masterpieces. View the full article
  5. Ram Gopal Varma said ?If Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao have no problem with divorcing each other, why should anyone else have it in the whole world?"
  6. The late star Irrfan Khan left us with some remarkable movies that will live on for ages to come. The mega-talented actor gave some power-packed performances in movies like Angrezi Medium, Piku, The Lunchbox and Life of Pi, among others © Instagram/Babil Khan Recently, an old video of Manoj Bajpayee started doing rounds on the internet where he mentioned he was auditioning for a role in the movie Daud. In this video, the actor mentioned that Vineet Kumar and Irrfan Khan were being considered for the role as well. However, Ram Gopal Varma has now come forward to clarify that Irrfan wasn't a part of the race. © Twitter/Ram Gopal Varma The filmmaker took to his Twitter handle and unveiled that Irrfan never registered or auditioned for the movie. He wrote "Just to set the record straight I was meeting quite a few actors at that time and Manoj caught my eye because of Bandit Queen. I never registered Irrfan and I consciously remembered seeing him only much later when he came to the set of some other shoot.’ In an interview with YouTube channel Lallantop, back in 2018, Manoj said in the video "We were being considered for Paresh Rawal's right-hand role in the movie Daud. Kannan Iyer, who made Ek Thi Daayan, was assisting Shekhar Kapur in Bandit Queen. He was writing Daud movie for Ram Gopal Varma. Kannan told me 'Irrfan and Vineet have been asked to come, I am calling you as well, come. Ram Gopal Varma is giving the right-hand man role. He further added "But if he is impressed with you, he could give you a bigger role in his next movie.' I asked how much money will I make, he said, ₹35,000 for that role." He also said that he noticed Irrfan Khan and Vineet Kumar talking to Ram Gopal Varma, after which it was Manoj's turn. But eventually, it was him who bagged the role. The movie also had Urmila Matondkar and Sanjay Dutt, for the lead roles. © Instagram/Babil Khan © Instagram/Babil Khan Irrfan Khan passed away last year on 29th April, after fighting cancer for two years. On his first anniversary, Babil took to Instagram to share a personal note and a picture of Irrfan. As for Manoj Bajpayee, he recently gave a stellar performance in the web-series, The Family Man. He also has Dial 100 lined up next in his kitty. View the full article
  7. Vijay Varma has been a part of the Bollywood industry for quite some time now, but his name witnessed a dramatic spike among the people after his stint in the 2019 hit movie Gully Boy as Moeen Bhai. © Excel Entertainment His deep portrayal of such a complex character struck with the audience and since then he hasn't failed to surprise us with his acting skills and his flamboyant personality. Another thing that doesn't go unnoticed about him is his fashion game. He has been seen in some stellar outfits, right from his cowboy outfit to his volt sneakers that garnered all the attention. © Viral Bhayani Varma was seen yet again seen in a fairly contemporary outfit. His sneakers completed the look with total finesse and can be considered as one of the best creations in the sneaker world. Here's why we say that. © Viral Bhayani The easiest way to make an outfit stand out would be to couple it with a pair of sneakers. For the unversed, Varma too is a low-key sneakerhead, who wouldn't compromise on his style. He can be seen wearing Nike Air Jordan 1 in University Blue. © Nike These shoes have a new makeover and come with a black lacing system and collars with jet black contrast. Furthermore, it has a Nike Air motif on the tongue tag. The silhouette is long and the heel adds extra height. Overall, these shoes, with their classic colour-blocked silhouette, stand out. © Nike One would think that this pair would be costly, given the distinct shade it's available in. Turns out, one would need to shell out only $170 that is Rs 12,464 to own this pair. © Viral Bhayani Talking about his outfit, Varma has, in fact, has gone for colour-block with his clothes as well. We really like the pastel-hued jacket by Nike. He wore a quirky T-shirt in white beneath it. To finish off this look, he coupled the same with white pants. Clearly, Varma has broken the sartorial rules here and this ensemble with platform heeled sneakers, is a brave style move, in our opinion. View the full article
  8. Despite doing some stellar roles in various movies and proving his mettle in Bollywood, Vijay Varma hit the right chord with the audience after his immaculate performance in Gully Boy as Moeen Bhai. Besides being an outstanding actor, Vijay has had a pretty decent run on the fashion front as well. It won't be wrong to call him a bonafide style icon, as he is at his best whenever he makes an appearance. © Viral Bhayani © Viral Bhayani He has served several style offerings to date, out of which our favourite one was the time he stepped out in a cowboy outfit. Even though the look was a tad bit confusing, he still managed to win our hearts with his look. © Viral Bhayani He was yet again spotted while he was on his way to work, in another ensemble that he pulled off with ease. Besides that, Varma also served us with another intriguing element. Case in point - his sneakers. Take a look. © Nike Vijay is seen wearing Nike Air Jordan 1 Retro OG 'Volt Gold' Sneakers on his feet. These shoes come in bright colourway and just as the name suggests, the silhouette has hits of a volt. The design includes exposed foam tongue with transparent, reversed tag and sports a deconstructed feel. © Nike These sneakers have modern-aesthetics and it looks like Varma is a fan of neon, bright hues. This pair is not very expensive either, despite being so dope. It costs Rs 12,423, which is quite impressive. © Viral Bhayani We would also like to highlight the outfit details. Vijay's ensemble has a street-style vibe to it. The oversized colour-block jacket by Made By Cuin along with carrot fit pants by Line Outline, is a way to go straight on top of the fashion charts, if you ask us. He made quite an unusual style move with this look. All in all, it's a great ensemble and those are definitely a dope pair of sneakers. View the full article
  9. Ram Gopal Varma has once again managed to make headlines for all the wrong reasons. Recently, in an interview with TOI, Ram Gopal Varma said that he likes the bodies of women and not their brains. He also said that he gets intimidated by women who have an opinion of their own and when it comes to women, he only sees his distinct sexuality. © BCCL He said, "The brain does not have a gender. A woman can have it, a man can have it. The sexual aspect is very particular and specific. A woman has an extra thing which is her sensuality and which I admire.” When he was asked if he still believes that he likes women for their bodies and not their brains, he spoke how he mentioned this line in his book and still thinks this line makes sense to him. "I mentioned that in my book 'Guns & Thighs' also that I like women for their bodies and not their brains," said Ram Gopal Varma. © BCCL He was also asked if he wants to get married and he said that he has never been into a relationship and will never be. "I am not into relationships and too busy to have any kind of emotional entanglement. I like life for the pleasures it offers," concluded Ram Gopal Varma. What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below! View the full article
  10. Ram Gopal Varma’s movies were once celebrated by both the cinephiles and the critics alike. Remember, Manoj Bajpayee starrer Satya? However, times have changed drastically ever since. It has been more than a decade since he delivered a hit. It was in 2008 when his movie Phoonk was declared to be profitable. He has lately been making films such as Climax, Naked, and Enter The Girl Dragon. More than his movies, he has been in the news for his controversial statements on Twitter. During a roundtable chat with film critic Rajeev Masand, many popular faces from the industry were discussing one of RGV’s best works, 1998’s Satya. It was surely one of the cult movies that introduced us to Manoj Bajpayee. At the roundtable, all the actors agreed on how Manoj’s non-dramatic death in Satya changed their perception of how a hero was supposed to die in a movie. © Google(Labeled For Reuse) Nawazuddin Siddiqui said, “The first time I was shocked by a death scene, it was Manoj Bajpayee in Satya. Because before that, the hero would deliver a long soliloquy as he died. It felt like such a hassle to die on screen. Please die quickly man, I have been watching the movie for so long. In Satya, the shot gets fired, and ‘wham!’ he goes to the floor. Now onto the next scene. The next scene started playing but my mind was stuck on the previous one. Because for the first time in the history of Hindi movies, I saw a death sequence like this one which kept me thinking about it.” Responding to him, Rajkummar Rao said, “And it was so sudden, the way Ramu sir executed it. No drama. No talking. Wham!” It was then Pankaj Tripathi who took a dig at RGV and said that after a certain point in time, all he did was drama. This comment grabbed everyone’s attention and made them crack up. “Baad mein Ramu Ji bahut drama karne lage (Ramu Ji started doing a lot of drama after that),” he said. View this post on InstagramThis was indeed a funny but a subtle way of taking a dig. Even Saif Ali Khan agreed with Pankaj’s statement and said, “I was wondering who was going to say that. Pankaj Ji is fab. But that was a badass film. Lovely movie.” We wonder how RGV would react to this criticism by Pankaj Tripathi. View the full article
  11. Vijay Varma aka Moeen from Gully Boy had no idea if he will make it or not in Bollywood, as he had no resources or means to help him kickstart his career in a cruel industry, where almost 100 newcomers come every day to try their luck. Until 13 months ago, not many people had heard of Vijay Varma, even though he had done several projects like Chittagong, Pink and Monsoon Shootout. It was Gully Boy that gave him a platform when people finally started noticing his work. View this post on Instagram#1yearofgullyboy also.. #happyvalentinesday ðA post shared by (@itsvijayvarma) You might have seen him even more recently in Baaghi 3. Well, it was no easy task for him to reach here as he had to struggle for a good 8 years to finally get noticed, and in the process, he even had to disconnect from his family and run away from home to make his dreams come true. View this post on InstagramAkhtar Lahori ðª #baaghi3 ð¸ @ruchitrajguruA post shared by (@itsvijayvarma) When Vijay started out, he didnât have high hopes or even any ambition, as he didnât have basic knowledge about how the industry truly works. MensXP got the opportunity to get in touch with Vijay and find out more about his inspiring journey and also talk about how difficult it was for him to make a mark for himself in Bollywood. I called him up and congratulated him on the success of both Gully Boy and Baaghi 3 and proceeded to ask him about how it all began for him. View this post on Instagram@sancha_sancha @devs213 @coachmarinaaa @versatile_makeoversartist @nm_design_studioA post shared by (@itsvijayvarma) âIt started in Hyderabad when I was studying there. I am born and bought up there and I have always wanted to pursue acting. It's just that I didn't have any resources or means to get into this field and to fill in the void, I tried several other jobs. But, I wasn't happy and I never wanted to join my father in the family business. I always wanted to be an actor and I actually never had the balls to accept it earlier to myself even, forget about confronting others,â he said. âEventually, I had to face the truth and I joined theatre school. I ran away from home and borrowed money from my friends. And that was the time, the real training started. Earlier, it was just about running from home and trying to pursue what I have been wanting but I never had high ambitions. I soon realized that I belong here. I was not one of the best students in the film school as I had no idea about films per se because I grew up in a household where people didn't watch many movies,â Vijay added. View this post on InstagramMajor posing for my new friend. Posing kaise karna hai yahaan seekhein. Art by random photographer on Juhu beach.A post shared by (@itsvijayvarma) With Vijay, the bigger issue was that he wasnât much informed about the industry until he started studying at the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) and for that, he had to run away from his home, as he mentioned earlier. It was FTII that opened the doors for him into the world of Bollywood and he finally got his first short movie and also faced his very first rejection. âI was really not informed about cinema but the discovery started when I was in FTII. So, Shor (the short movie) happened when Raj and DK had come to the institution and they somehow liked me for the role and with this, I got my first short movie. It was a pitch film that they wanted to show it to the producers for making a feature film. Well, I was kicked out of the feature film and it was my confrontation with rejection,â said the actor. © IMDB It was after this rejection, that the actor did stage for two years and wanted someone to notice him and his craft. âThen, I started to do whatever came my way. It was difficult to find work and I did stage for two years. I didn't want to go to auditions every day, get rejected and end up feeling miserable about myself. So, I rather chose the stage, hoping someday I will be noticed by important people but that also didn't happen (laughs). After that, some roles started to come my way and that's how I became a part of Chittagong and then, Monsoon Shootout. I started to audition and then Gully Boy came my way,â said the actor. Before any of this happened, it was a long journey that he had to take on his own, as even his parents didnât support him. Earlier, in an interview he had given during the promotions of Gully Boy, he had revealed that he had actual physical confrontations with his father, who did not approve of his career. Vijay firmly agreed with me when I brought up that generally, most Indian parents are of the belief that if their sons or daughters join a creative field, especially acting, âtoh paise kaise kamaenge?' or 'ghar kaise chalegaâ? © Excel Entertainment âYeah, I completely agree with you. My parents, when they used to read newspapers, used to find names like Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan as they were the newsmakers. Your parents will never correlate those names with your children because they are too big. They didn't know that actors can survive without becoming a Shah Rukh Khan and I also realized that I can't give them that education,â he said. For Vijay, it was harder as he had to completely detach himself from his family because he had no idea if he would be able to make it or even start his career in this field for that matter. âIt was a difficult space and extremely problematic. There were times I used to avoid going even being physically ill, because I had no answer to their questions and I didn't want to see rejections in their eyes. I didn't even know if I would be able to make it. It was pretty dark and only work could fill the void. It went on about for about 7 to 8 years and I had to detach myself from my family. I can't be looking all miserable and you had to keep your sh*t together because you can't be using a bad day as an excuse. I actually learnt it and this kind of education wasn't given in film schools. The whole idea is to keep your mind sane when things are going awry,â said Vijay. View this post on InstagramMajor posing for my new friend. Posing kaise karna hai yahaan seekhein. Art by random photographer on Juhu beach.A post shared by (@itsvijayvarma) I then proceeded to ask him, very bluntly, as to how did he survive in an expensive city like Mumbai after completely cutting himself off from his family. On this, he said very frankly, âWell, for the first two or three years, my father gave me like a monthly thing, but I stopped taking it as I didn't want to be in a comfortable spot. After I stopped taking money, I actually realized what poverty is and then, I started to work and things came my way, Back then, even going to the theatre for watching a movie was a treat but I am glad that things are settled now.â View this post on InstagramHappy #worldtheatreday This is where it all started and this is where I found myself. Forever indebted to the stage. And to all my teachers. Will add details about the plays and anecdotes when I get time. Hyderabad-Pune-MumbaiA post shared by (@itsvijayvarma) Now that Vijay has finally made it, I was curious to know if his father is happy now to see him flourishing or is he still struggling to accept his son's decisions. âI am sure he is happy. There came a point that I stopped bothering myself about what he used to say about my career as their opinions had a direct impact on me. My dignity lies in my work and I am honest with my craft. I also know that when they see my work, they can see the efforts that I put in, even if it's a minor role. Apart from my father, I talk about my work with everyone in my family. My father made peace when he saw my picture with Amitabh Bachchan and then, he never bothered me as, somewhere, he knew that I am earning. It's a father's thing and at times, fathers can't put together their insecurities in front of their children,â Vijay asserted. After discussing his struggles, I panned our conversation towards about how actors are still given the tags of the lead actor or supporting actor. On this, he said, âThese tags have been existing from the time movies started. I don't see them going away in the ideal world. I don't mind the tag of a supporting actor. You know whenever someone acts well, directors say that 'yeh toh actor hai' and vice versa. It actually shows the mindset of such people. I am fine with these tags and I am at a place where I can choose what to do. In the future, you might see me playing a negative or a comic role, so keep the tags open in that case. I will keep surprising you.â View this post on InstagramBoys from the Naka. Voice of the streets. #GullyBoy #bts with Swag-Dev @ranveersingh ð¥ðA post shared by (@itsvijayvarma) Before wrapping up our conversation, I asked Vijay if he is happy with what he has achieved and what does he expect from his future in this industry. âI never had high ambitions. I just wanted to act in a movie and post that, things kept happening. I am happy that I came in touch with Zoya Akhtar and people know me now. Personally, I feel I have achieved milestones. From walking the red carpet at the Cannes to playing Ankit in Pink to Gully Boy, I believe everything just came to me at the right time. Having said that, it was Gully Boy that changed the trajectory and I loved my part,â Varma said. To end the interview on a lighter note, I wondered aloud that almost all the characters that he has played so far give âbhaiâ vibes and I wanted to know if he ever wants to play a romantic hero. âI would love to play a romantic hero but I don't get offered such roles very often. The ones that were offered didn't work out and sometimes, those characters weren't layered. I feel like the roles related to romantic heroes, for me, should more than just being a chocolate guy,â the actor said and signed off. Well, I really hope that Vijay keeps entertaining his fans and yes, in the future, also surprise them with a wide array of characters. View the full article
  12. The thing that made 'Gully Boy' such a huge success is that it's a character-driven piece of cinema, where every character got its fair share of screen time, as well as importance in the storyline. Of course, all the actors gave their heart and soul to make it a success, and it happens very rarely in Bollywood. Out of those characters, MC Sher of course was able to win hearts as soon as he made his entry, but there is one more character that people remember and love, because of the sheer intensity and realism involved in its execution. The character of 'Moeen Bhai' was played by Vijay Varma with such honesty and grit, that it will be remembered by Bollywood for a very long time. Now, Vijay Varma's effortless screen presence has already made its mark, but did you know the man is just as effortless as a fashionista? Don't believe us? Here are 10 pictures that establish our claim. 1. Look at him teach us the true meaning of how to be cool in this pleated jumpsuit. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Varma (@itsvijayvarma) on Feb 14, 2019 at 6:21am PST 2. Those pants. We rest our case. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Varma (@itsvijayvarma) on Jan 24, 2019 at 1:49pm PST 3. Suited up for the ramp Gods. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Varma (@itsvijayvarma) on Feb 26, 2017 at 9:33pm PST 4. As a showstopper. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Varma (@itsvijayvarma) on Feb 2, 2017 at 1:06pm PST 5. 'Edgy' got a whole new meaning. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Varma (@itsvijayvarma) on Dec 10, 2016 at 1:53am PST 6. This shade of brown and those shoes - who'd have thought? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Varma (@itsvijayvarma) on Sep 16, 2016 at 3:48am PDT 7. The only word that comes to our mind is: 'Posh'. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Varma (@itsvijayvarma) on Apr 20, 2018 at 10:43pm PDT 8. Part of a set but look how aesthetic View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Varma (@itsvijayvarma) on Jul 20, 2017 at 8:28am PDT 9. Using a tie as a band? Why not? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Vijay Varma (@itsvijayvarma) on Dec 15, 2016 at 11:34am PST All we can say is, Moeen Bhai FTW.
  13. Noted Director Ram Gopal Varma has given us some absolute gems of films like 'Satya', 'Rangeela', 'Company' to name a few. But lately, he has been off his game and often pops up in the news for all the wrong reasons, including his bizarre comments on Twitter. And now the director is all ready to make his online debut with his upcoming movie 'God, *** and Truth'. Well, the name sounds quite interesting but what has created a buzz is the fact that adult actress Mia Malkova is starring in the film. The web film will trace the philosophical route of her life and time. People are quite excited about it already and the trailer of the film has received a great response from the viewers. Indian film maker Ram Gopal Varma shot a video with me in Europe titled GOD , *** and TRUTH I will be the 2nd adult star after @SunnyLeone to be shot by an Indian feature film maker @Rgvzoomin pic.twitter.com/0lfaipKhAA — Mia Malkova (@MiaMalkova) January 11, 2018 While RGV is leaving no stone unturned to promote his film, he also shared a study proving that Mia is more popular than Prime Minister Narendra Modi and businessman Mukesh Ambani. Please search for me and rate me â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸â­ï¸ on @freeones A post shared by Mia Malkova (@mia_malkova) on Jun 13, 2017 at 4:44pm PDT Taking to Instagram, the filmmaker shared a screenshot and captioned the image as, “The real Truth behind God, *** and Truth as per statics released by Google.. #MiaMalkova is more popular than our PM Narendra Modi and India's richest man Mukesh Ambani ..Hail #GodSexTruth” The real Truth behind God, *** and Truth as per statics released by Google.. #MiaMalkova is more popular than our P M Narendra Modi and India's richest man Mukesh Ambani ..Hail #GodSexTruth A post shared by RGV (@rgvzoomin) on Jan 23, 2018 at 12:33am PST And he did not stop at just that. He also shared a picture on Twitter asking Deepika Padukone and Sanjay Leela Bhansali to watch out, as his film hits online on January 26th. © Insatgram He wrote on Twitter, “Between @MiaMalkova and @deepikapadukone may the best woman win #GodSexTruth.” My film God,*** and Truth is releasing on jan 26th at 9 Am along with Padmaavat on https://t.co/D9DCM2YPUh ...Between @MiaMalkova and @deepikapadukone may the best woman winð #GodSexTruth pic.twitter.com/SFPcpepBN6 — Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) January 22, 2018 For those who haven't seen the trailer yet, check it out here: Let us know if you agree with RGV.
  14. You know you are in for some interesting scoop, the moment you hear the name Ram Gopal Varma. If anyone tells you that he does not know who RGV is, look at him closely because that's what a liar looks like. There is no way on earth that anyone can forget or not know RGV; the man is famous for his nasty tweets more than the movies he makes. But, let's keep that discussion for some other day and focus of his directorial skills. © Twitter Ram Gopal Varma is one fine director who is known for pushing the boundaries when it comes to making good movies. After giving us movies like 'Sarkar', 'Rangeela', 'Veerappan', 'Satya' and 'Nishabd'; RGV is back in action with his upcoming project and the cast will definitely leave you spellbound. Varma has worked with none other than Mia Malkova, the popular adult film star, who has helped many boys evolve into men. © Instagram Honestly, we were surprised to an extent that we thought this can't be true, but it is and Mia has confirmed this news herself, by sharing the movie's poster on Twitter. Interestingly, the title of the movie is 'God, *** and Truth' and this poster is totally NSFW. Indian film maker Ram Gopal Varma shot a video with me in Europe titled GOD , *** and TRUTH I will be the 2nd adult star after @SunnyLeone to be shot by an Indian feature film maker @Rgvzoomin pic.twitter.com/0lfaipKhAA — Mia Malkova (@MiaMalkova) 11 January 2018 The movie has been shot in Europe. Taking to Twitter, Mia wrote “Indian film maker Ram Gopal Varma shot a video with me in Europe titled 'GOD, *** and TRUTH'.” She further wrote, “I will be the 2nd adult star after @SunnyLeone to be shot by an Indian feature film maker.” Well, here Mia is kind of wrong because Varma has not worked on any film with Sunny and the man tweeted the same himself. He wrote, “Hey Mia it was such an elevating and thought provoking experience to film #GodSexTruth. I never shot with @SunnyLeone but will never forget the experience of shooting 'GOD, *** and TRUTH'.” Hey Mia it was such an elevating and thought provoking experience to film #GodSexTruth ..I never shot with @SunnyLeone but will never forget the experience of shooting GOD, *** and Truth https://t.co/rz5iwxHarI — Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) 11 January 2018 In fact, Varma also praised Mia and said she is the painting, while he is just the frame maker. @MiaMalkova I Thank you for the person you are and I admire and respect you for the way you project your thinking ..You are the painting and I am just a frame maker #GodSexTruth https://t.co/ykVvtOnUwP — Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) 11 January 2018 Well, the poster looks highly intriguing and Mia looks beautiful as hell. While, we can't wait for the movie to release already, watch out for this space as the trailer is going to launch on January 16, 2018 at 9 AM.
  15. If you thought Ram Gopal Varma is lost in oblivion, you are wrong. The talented man who has given us hits like ‘Sarkar’ and ‘Satya’ in the past had lately been in the news only for making crass statements. But the man is back with his next venture and it’s a Rs 340-crore drama movie based on the concept of World War III. Nuclear to be shot in America,China,Russia,Yemen nd india with American,Chinese,Russian nd Indian actors #RGVNUCLEAR pic.twitter.com/0wiU8MuIeQ — Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) November 7, 2016 The ‘World War’ movie is titled ‘Nuclear’ and is his first international project. My 1st international film to be made at a cost of 340 cr is NUCLEAR..For details https://t.co/x5K9CqSFMN #RGVNUCLEAR pic.twitter.com/5WgQB3tGen — Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) November 7, 2016 Let’s wait and watch where the fate of this movie takes Varma. Whether ‘Nuclear’ explodes or turns out to be a dud, only time will tell.
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