Between frames: Heroine

Madhur Bhandarkar, known for his controversial social dramas and famous for movies such as Chandni Bar, Page 3 and Fashion, now brings another woman-centric provocative film called Herione.

Kareena Kapoor is playing the lead character in this film which is about the glamour of Bollywood and an actress's journey towards stardom.

The trailer shocks and stuns many with is its bold scenes and fiery dialogues. Although the promo has its clichéd moments like any other 'masala movie' from Bollywood, one has to admit, Kareena really does look like a superstar who just might surprise the audience yet again with her acting skills and award-winning performances.

Heroine, which is the most awaited films of the year, will be released on September 21, 2012.–Eefa Khalid

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Anirudh
Jul 28, 2012 02:45pm
What if Pakistanis were enslaved by American cinema? That would be the greater of the two 'evils', don't you think?
paxtani
Jul 28, 2012 02:41pm
Dawn ko koi Pakistani artist nahi mila highlight karnay ko.... ?
Eefa K
Jul 29, 2012 11:49am
i think you guys should be more checking dawn.com, which would tell you our recent updates on videos and news updates on our own Pakistani artists as well. Between frames is a Trailer of the week and at the moment we don't have any of the Pakistani films coming out with trailers available except a few like "the dusk" and 2 others and we have already done feature length piece on them. Between frames is a switch between movies and tv shows new trailer releases. There are many Pakistani films in the pipeline and which is a great thing, every month we try to do a video on them. As soon as they release trailer , we will keep them in this slot as well. Do keep an eye on other happenings, thanks so much for visiting Best
Zigar allahbadi
Jul 28, 2012 04:09am
nice indeed .. Pakistanis are enslaved by indian cinema ...
Rick
Jul 29, 2012 05:51am
I have always really liked Dawn but just because Pakistani media is obsessed with all-things Bollywood doesn't mean Dawn has to follow suit, does it? Because, lets face it, Dawn has always been a leader and not a follower. There are hundreds of tabloids, channels, websites, as well as "newspapers" out there that seem devoted to Bollywood so why would I want to visit Dawn's website for the trailer of a random flick? Please try to have more original content that is more becoming of a well-esteemed institution like Dawn!!