Washington, Mar.7 (ANI): Justin Bieber made over a million dollar profit after selling his Calabasas home to Khloe Kardashian. The 'Baby' star bought the house in 2012 for just over 6 million dollars and according to the real estate sources Khloe bought the singer's home for 7.2 million dollars, TMZ reported. More »Justin Bieber makes $1m profit after selling Calabasas home to Khloe Kardashian
Washington, March 7 (ANI): Aaron Carter has revealed that he's desperate to get back with his former girlfriend Hilary Duff, who recently announced her separation from hubby Mike Comrie. More »Aaron Carter desperate to get back with newly single Hilary Duff
Washington, March 7 (ANI): Martha Stewart has imparted some words of wisdom for those looking to have a better sex life. More »'Domestic diva' Martha Stewart doles out sex advice
Washington, Mar.7 (ANI): Jennifer Lawrence recently joked about shutting down the internet by flashing her breast after Ellen DeGeneres's Oscar selfie crashed Twitter. More »J-Law jokes about flashing boob to shut down the internet
Washington, March 7 (ANI): Cameron Diaz has opened up about the sex scenes in her upcoming film 'Sex Tape' opposite Jason Segal, saying that she was very comfortable filming the explicit scenes with her co-star. Diaz and Segal play a married couple who, in an attempt to spice up their sex lives, start experimenting with all the sex positions from the book 'The Joy of Sex'. More »Cameron Diaz was comfortable filming sex scenes with 'Sex Tape' co-star Jason Segal
Washington, March 7 (ANI): Idris Elba is in final negotiations to voice star as man-eating tiger Shere Khan in Disney's upcoming film 'Jungle Book'. More »Idris Elba set to voice 'Shere Khan' in Disney's 'Jungle Book'
Mumbai, Mar 7 (IANS) Filmmaker Imtiaz Ali, who was a special guest at the trailer launch of Subhash Ghai's "Kaanchi", confesses that his films, especially the recent release "Highway", are influenced by those of the industry's showman. More »Subhash Ghai influences my films: Imtiaz Ali
Mumbai March 7 (IANS) Imtiaz Ali, one of the successful filmmakers of Bollywood, says Subhash Ghai made a huge contribution to his growth in the field of filmmaking. More »Imtiaz Ali credits Subhash Ghai for his growth
By Stuart Grudgings KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia has banned a comic book starring the Japanese superhero Ultraman because it could disturb "public order", sparking a torrent of online ridicule from those who saw it as the latest sign of excessive censorship in the Muslim-majority country. The book, "Ultraman The Ultra Power", was banned from February 18 with a penalty of up to three years' imprisonment for anyone who imported or published the comic, state news agency Bernama reported the home ministry as saying. Home ministry officials did not respond to a request for comment on the ban and on reports that it had been implemented because it contains a reference comparing Ultraman to "Allah", the Malay and Arabic word for God. The Star newspaper reported that the offending line in the comic read: "Ultraman is seen and respected as Allah or an elder of all Ultra warriors." The word Allah has been at the centre of an intense controversy in Malaysia in recent months, following a court ruling last October that banned a Catholic newspaper from using the term. More »Comic superhero Ultraman slain by Malaysian censors
Washington, March 7 (ANI): Renee Zellweger is reportedly in talks to join the cast of courtroom drama 'The Whole Truth' opposite Daniel Craig. More »Renee Zellweger may star opposite Daniel Craig in 'The Whole Truth'
Los Angeles, March 7 (ANI): Egypt's Sunni Muslim institution Al Azhar has issued a fatwa against the Darren Aronofsky-produced 'Noah.' More »Egypt's Sunni Muslim institution issues fatwa over Russell Crowe's 'Noah'
London, March 7 (ANI): Lily Allen has confessed that she thinks feminism isn't a word that should exist in the year 2014. The 28-year-old singer told Shortlist Magazine that that she hates that word because it shouldn't even be a thing anymore, as everybody is equal, the Independent reported. The 'Dream a Little Dream' hitmaker said that she wonders why there is even a conversation about feminism and what the man version of feminism is, and that such a word doesn't even exist. More »Feminism shouldn't be a thing anymore, says Lily Allen
Washington, March 5 (ANI): Johnny Depp and Christopher Nolan will be seen together for the first time in the upcoming sci-fi thriller 'Transcendence'. More »Johnny Depp, Christopher Nolan team up for 'Transcendence'
Thiruvananthapuram, March 7 (IANS) Amid reports that ace comedian and character artist Jagadish would likely be fielded by the Congress for the Lok Sabha polls, the actor has said none has approached him so far. "My association with the Congress party began almost four decades ago when I was a student and whenever I contested, it was only under the Congress banner and I always won. So, if the party wishes that I contest, I will not say no," said Jagadish to IANS. During the 2011 Kerala assembly polls, Jagadish was the most sought after campaigner of the Congress-led United Democratic Front candidates and he managed to reach out to maximum people. More »Have always been a loyal Congressman: Actor Jagadish
Mumbai, March 7 (IANS) Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who recently wrapped up shooting for his new film "Bhoothnath Returns", has lent a helping hand to the underprivileged. Early Thursday morning, he visited Raigad (a district in Maharashtra) to collect funds for former Disney UTV managing director Ronnie Screwvala's foundation Swades, which works towards empowering rural inhabitants. "Having finished very late last night (Wednesday) at Lonavala and the 'Party with the Bhoothnath', getting to bed almost at 5 a.m. to be up again at 6 a.m. to leave for Raigad (district in Maharashtra), by helicopter an hour away, to visit at my insistence, the work that the Swades Foundation does for the rural inhabitants," Amitabh posted on srbachchan.tumblr.com Thursday. The foundation is jointly run by Ronnie and his wife Zarine Screwvala. More »Big B collects funds for Screwvala's foundation
New Delhi, March 7 (IANS) You may not always have the company of your parents, friends or partner, but who's stopping you from travelling the world? There has been a 22 percent rise in bookings by women's groups and single travellers in India from October 2013 to February 2014 as compared to last year, data compiled by the Indian arm of global guided-holiday company Trafalgar indicates. More »Women and wanderlust: Spending me-time away from families (March 8 International Women's Day)
Mumbai, March 7 (IANS) Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor, who plays Sonam Kapoor's father in debutant director Nupur Asthana's "Bewakoofiyaan" says he isn't likely to be seen in any "stereotypical" fatherly roles as he finds them "too unexciting". And if the loverboy of yesteryears didn't get the father's blessings, he had to elope with the girl. More »I can't do the stereotypical father's roles: Rishi Kapoor
New Delhi, March 7 (IANS) Singer-actress Monica Dogra, who has featured in a saucy and aesthetically shot cover for a men's magazine, believes featuring thus is akin to an honour. "I think magazine covers are an honour of sorts... How important they are or not, I'm not too sure of. I do know, that it is an honor to be considered cover 'worthy' so to speak," Monica told IANS. She features on the cover of the March issue of men's magazine FHM wearing a black jacket and her bare essentials to match the overall look, which is bold and powerful. More »Magazine covers an honour of sorts: Monica Dogra
Mumbai, March 7 (IANS) Not so long ago Vidyut Jamwal stepped in to play a role earmarked for Irrfan Khan in "Bullett Raja". Now director Tigmanshu Dhulia will cast them together in the same film. But Irrfan and Vidyut wouldn't be seen together in the same frame as they will be cast as the younger and older versions of the same character. Manoj Bajpayee and Irrfan Khan have been cast as the older avatars of the buddies, whereas Amit Sadh and Vidyut Jamwal would play the younger versions of the same characters," Dhulia said. More »Vidyut Jamwal to play Irrfan Khan's junior version
Mumbai, March 7 (IANS) Actress Juhi Chawla is glad that her film "Gulaab Gang" has overcome its legal hassles and has finally hit theatres Friday. The Delhi High Court Thursday cleared the release of the Hindi movie, reportedly based on the life of activist Sampat Pal, who formed the Gulabi Gang, a group of pink sari clad women vigilantes in Uttar Pradesh. The film's release was suspended by the court but the filmmakers filed an appeal in the Delhi High Court Thursday and the film was cleared for commercial release. More »Glad that trouble over for 'Gulaab Gang': Juhi Chawla
Mumbai, March 7 (IANS) Actress Kangana Ranaut believes she has given her best shot ever to her forthcoming movie "Queen". More »I've never done such good work as in 'Queen': Kangana
Chennai, March 7 (IANS) Bollywood badshah Shah Rukh Khan will grace the audio launch of superstar Rajinikanth's Tamil period-drama "Kochadaiiyaan" here Sunday. More »SRK to attend 'Kochadaiiyaan' audio launch
Patna, March 7 (IANS) Filmmaker Prakash Jha will contest the Lok Sabha election from Bettiah parliamentary constituency in Bihar on a Janata Dal-United ticket, state JD-U president Vashisht Narain Singh said Friday. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar announced Jha's candidature for the polls Thursday during his Sankalp Yatra in East Champaran district, Singh said. The party has decided to field Jha, a native of a village near Bettiah, keeping in view the caste equation on the ground. Jha contested and lost the 2009 Lok Sabha election, but is hopeful of wooing voters of all sections, particularly Muslims, this time. More »JD-U to field filmmaker Prakash Jha in LS polls
Washington, March 7 (ANI): Martin Sheen has been cast in business magnate Howard Hughes biopic, which will be helmed by filmmaker Warren Beatty. More »Martin Sheen to star in Warren Beatty-helmed Howard Hughes biopic