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The five-minute-long kiss plays over the entire closing credits and is the longest one so far for any film.
Commenting on the prolonged kiss, Steve said, “It was fun. The hardest part was not laughing, frankly. To go for it for five minutes — it was a long time.”
Tina confesses that it was indeed her idea. She said, “I want to state for my husband’s sake that it was comic not erotic. I did pitch — ‘Wouldn’t it be funny if the kiss was as long as the credit sequence?’ It was fun because we’re both so polite and not only are we both married, but we know each other’s spouses. It was the world’s longest closed-mouth kiss. It was like a tongueless turtle mouth.”
Date Night is an action comedy about a suburban couple slogging through their daily lives and marriage.
To reignite the marital spark, they visit a trendy Manhattan bistro, where a case of mistaken identity hurtles them through the city at breakneck speed, into non-stop adventure. The film releases worldwide on April 9.

Aamir is a lucky dude?
In the forthcoming film The Great Indian Butterfly, Aamir Bashir continues his relationship with his ex-girlfriend, with whom he had a live-in-relationship, and finds it perfectly normal, though this could affect his present married life.
Though Sandhya Mridul, in the film, raves and rants about the incompleteness in their relationship and the pressures of career and stress in their lives, Aamir believes that past relationships are an intrinsic part of one’s life.
These and other inherent contradictions, set the stage for the couple to set out in search of The Great Indian Butterfly.
Sandhya believes that urban stress takes a toll including on the sex lives of the couples, because men being men, prioritise work in their lives and invariably take it to bed with them. The Great Indian Butterfly  is a road trip from Bombay to Goa, of an urban couple, in search of the elusive and mystical The Great Indian Butterfly. If they find it, they will get happiness, love, peace and luck.
The film is very relatable to urban couples who face conflicts in their career and relationship, a film which corporate India will relate to completely.
It is the first Bollywood film shot as a road trip from Bombay to Goa, in real locations, in an open car with all its adventures and misadventures, as part of the journey.

Bengali cinema tops list
Over 1.9 million Indians voted for the country’s 20 best films ever made on a poll recently.
Surprisingly, the top three were all classics from Bengali cinema. Ritwik Ghatak’s Meghe Dhaka Tara was number one, followed by Satyajit Ray’s Charulata and Pather Panchali.
An eclectic mix of genres and generations, the list featured a variety of movies, but Ramesh Sippy’s Sholay (1975) was the only out-and-out masala movie to be a part of it.
Other films included Bimal Roy’s Do Bigha Zameen (1953), Guru Dutt’s Pyaasa  (1957), Mrinal Sen’s  Bhuvan Dhome (1969), Mehboob Khan’s Mother India (1957) and K Asif’s epic extravaganza Mughal E Azam (1960). Only one film from the 1980s made it to the list — Kundan Shah’s laugh riot, Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron (1983).

Questioning the system
Director Vicky S Kumar has completed his film Lashkar — War Against Terror. With the star cast of Aryaman Ramsay, Anuj Sawhney along with Gulshan Grover, Arif Zakaria, Shabbir Ali, Mukesh Rishi and Vishwajeet Pradhan, the film introduces newcomer Saloni.
Lashkar — War Against Terror deals with the current topic of terrorism, how the government agencies and their information centres work, the play of human emotions like jealousy, greed, hunger for power etc, and the psyche of a terrorist. Everything has been explored in a new perspective, according to the makers. “The climax of Lashkar — The War Against Terror will not only shock the audience but also force them to question the very foundation of our system,” says Virendra Ahuja, who is the producer of the film, which has music by Bappi Lehri. Lashkar — The War Against Terror is scheduled for release in May 2010.

Professional stance
Bollywood’s bad guy Rahul Dev plays a pivotal role in Vikram Bhatt’s latest horror flick Shaapit. It so happened that while shooting for the movie, his wife was fighting against cancer in a hospital. Despite of going through a tragic personal life, Rahul dedicatedly worked for the movie. Since he played a crucial role in the movie, he was required constantly for the shooting. Rahul worked the entire day and spent the whole night holding his wife’s hand.
Unfortunately, a few days later his wife passed away. But being a through professional, Rahul was back to shoot and completed the movie with full dedication.
Well, we must say Rahul, who is known for his unconventional rugged looks and chiselled features, has a brave heart too!
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