By Shilpa Jamkhandikar MUMBAI (Reuters) - It's a good time to be Vidya Balan. Indian cinema turned 100 this year and the versatile actress has emerged as the face of Bollywood, earning a spot in an elite nine-member Cannes festival jury headed by filmmaker Steven Spielberg. The 35-year-old actress has picked her way through a minefield of movie roles in recent years, zooming in on strong and diverse female leads that have straddled box-office success and critical acclaim. ... More »Risk-taker Vidya Balan boosts Bollywood's girl power
Wellington, June 14 (ANI): Steven Spielberg predicts that movie-goers will have to pay a premium to see big budget films like Iron Man. More »Steven Spielberg says big budget flicks will cost viewers more
Vidya Balan, who was a part of the jury at the recently held Cannes Film Festival along with Hollywood heavyweights like Steven Spielberg and Nicole Kidman to name a few, states that she's brought back some wonderful memories from there. More »Vidya Balan: 'Cannes experience was very special and memorable'
Vikram Bhatt, who is all set to begin work on his upcoming film Creature, feels that the movie will be like Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park. More »Vikram Bhatt Compares 'Creature' With 'Jurassic Park'
London, May 27 (ANI): Lesbian romance 'Blue Is the Warmest Color: The Life of Adele' has won the top honour of the Cannes Film Festival, the Palme d'Or. More »Lesbian love story 'Blue is the Warmest Color' wins top prize at Cannes