After completing the last schedule of her upcoming film, ABCD 2, Shraddha Kapoor will be taking some time off to visit Malaysia. Shraddha has always been very fond of deep sea diving and is a certified diver. Life underwater has always interested the young actress and so she planned to take this trip. Professional training and special permissions from the concerned authorities are required to venture in the sea which Shraddha has acquired. More »Shraddha Kapoor Wants To Try Deep Sea Diving
Varun Dhawan who was seen in a dark and edgy avatar in Badlapur says that the controversial sex with Huma Qureshi took a toll on him. Quite unlike his chocolate boy persona, Varun was seen forcing himself on Huma who played a prostitute in the film. Varun added that it wasn't easy for him to shoot for the scene and it disturbed him as he had never acted in a brutal manner before. More »The Sex Scene In 'Badlapur' Took A Toll On Varun Dhawan
Think of Anil Kapoor and the first image that comes to mind is that of a lovable tapori. At a recent event, Anil said, ''Many people don't take me seriously, including my family members, but I am actually a sharp businessman. More »Anil Kapoor: 'I am a sharp businessman though people think I am na?ve'
Indo-Canadian hottie Sunny Leone, who has a major fan following, had a pleasant surprise recently when her fans landed up at 5 am outside her vanity van and the elated Leone took to Twitter to gush about it.Taking to Twitter, Sunny wrote, 'I had some die hard fans standing outside my vanity at 5 in the morning for a picture! Love you all! Xoxo.' Needless to say, Sunny obliged her fans by posing with them, much to their delight.Sunny, who made her Bollywood debut with Jism 2, will be next seen in Kuch Kuch Locha Hai and Ek Paheli Leela. More »Sunny Leone's Fans Land Up At 5 AM To Meet Her!
Margarita With A Straw starring Kalki Koechlin and directed by Shonali Bose has done the rounds of the international film festivals.The film has received rave reviews from people who have seen it across the globe. When Aamir Khan saw the film, he absolutely loved it. Says Shonali, "On watching Margarita With a Straw Aamir's first response to me was - India must see this - what can I do! It reminded me of Cameron Bailey's, (Artistic Director - Toronto) statement - ''this film will transform the way people see the world. More »Aamir Khan To Launch The Trailer Of 'Margarita With A Straw'
We had already reported that Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan claims to be addicted to social media platforms and the veteran star proved it once again with his recent tweet. More »Having A Slow And Inconsistent Internet Connection Is Most Painful For Amitabh Bachchan
The diktat of the Censor board seems to be never ending. Recently there were news being carried that the members of the CBFC board asked the makers of Dum Laga Ke Haisha to remove the word 'Lesbian' from their film. Their film which was awarded a U/A certificate had to delete the 'Lesbian' word which was a part of a dialogue in the film. Inspite of the censor cut, the movie starring debutante Bhumi Pednekar and Ayushmann Khurrana has become a hit at the box office and their performances have been loved by everyone as well. More »CBFC Asked Makers To Remove The Word Lesbian From Dum Laga Ke Haisha
Madonna will begin an international tour to promote her new album "Rebel Heart" with a concert at the American Airlines Arena in Miami in August, her promoters, Live Nation, said on Monday. The Aug. 29 show will kick-start the North American leg of the tour that will include appearances in New York, Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, Vancouver and San Juan, Puerto Rico. Concerts in Australia and Asia will be announced at a later date, according to Madonna's website. During a taping of "The Jonathan Ross" show that will air on March 14 on Britain's ITV network, Madonna said the fall was not a publicity stunt. More »Pop icon Madonna announces dates for 'Rebel Heart' tour
A new portrait of Britain's long-reigning Queen Elizabeth which will appear on the nation's coins was unveiled on Monday, and is set to reach her people's purses and pockets later this year. The portrait is the fifth of the 88-year-old queen, who will overtake Queen Victoria as Britain's longest-reigning monarch in September, to appear on coins since she came to the throne in 1952, and the first since 1998. The new portrayal, which shows Elizabeth wearing the Royal Diamond Diadem crown worn for her coronation, was created by 33-year-old Royal Mint engraver Jody Clark, whose design was selected from a number of anonymous submissions. The last Royal Mint Engraver to be commissioned to undertake a royal portrait was George William de Saulles, who engraved the portrait of Edward VII which first appeared on coins in 1902. More »New coin portrait of Britain's Queen Elizabeth unveiled
Kolkata, March 2 (IANS) In a major respite to its makers, a controversial film based on the Park Street rape case, has been cleared for release on March 6, almost a year after it was blocked by the regional censor board. Christened "Park Street", with the tag "Don't Cross The Line", the 110-minute Bengali film directed by Partha Mukherjee and produced by Debjani Roy will be released in 12 cinemas, including multiplexes, across the city. It was "banned" from being screened by the regional office of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) on grounds that Kolkata's Raj-era Park Street was shown in 'poor light' in the context of the rape. "The regional office of CBFC had banned the movie after we approached them in February last year. More »Film on Park Street rape set to release on March 6
By Ayla Jean Yackley ISTANBUL (Reuters) - It's not every artist who could see a woman's hat in a red farmyard faucet, but works on view in Istanbul show the 20th century Catalan painter and sculptor Joan Miro in a playful mood in later life. "The show concentrates on the late period of his career that we can define with one word: freedom," said Rosa Maria Mallet, Miro expert and director of Barcelona's Joan Miro Foundation. BLUE MOON, RED SUN Oil paintings of a blue moon, which Miro gave his grandson Joan Punyet Miro in 1978 when he was 10 years old, and a fiery red sun, a gift to Punyet's brother, are on view at the Sabanci. More »Miro at play with women, birds and stars in Istanbul show
Producer director Prakash Mehras son, Amit Mehra, died today morning after suffering a cardiac attack. More »Priyanka Chopra, Vindu Dara Singh mourn producer-director Prakash Mehra's son Amit Mehra's death
Gulshan Devaiah who is busy promoting his upcoming film HUNTERRR has taken time out from his busy schedule to do a guest appearance for Vivek Agnihotri's JUNOONIYAT More »After HATE STORY, Gulshan Devaiah and Vivek Agnihotri team up for JUNOONIYAT
Balaji Motion Pictures has acquired the rights to the best-selling romantic thriller The Devotion of Suspect X More »Will 'Queen' Kangana prove lucky for 'Nawab' Saif Ali Khan?
Bong babe Bipasha Basu knew how to grab the eyeballs since a very young age. The dusky beauty shared her modelling photo More »You won't believe how Bipasha looked when she was 15!
The project that has been in news for some time now is the movie titled LOVE AFFAIR by More »Ali Fazal steps into Arjun Rampal's LOVE AFFAIR!
* Use lavender at night: If you are having trouble sleeping and feel restless at night, put some drops of lavender essential oil on your pillow. The fragrance of lavender will help you relax. More »Tips for healthy mind, body, heart for women on the go
Mumbai, March 2 (IANS) Actress Rachana Parulkar, who portrays the role of maharani Ajabde Punwar in historical drama show "Bharat Ka Veer Putra Maharana Pratap", says doing consummation scenes on-screen is "tough and challenging." In the upcoming episodes of the Sony Entertainment Television show, viewers will see Pratap and his lady love Ajabde take their marriage to the next level. "Consummation sequence is definitely tough to enact. Rachana has previously appeared in TV shows like "Saat Phere - Saloni Ka Safar" and "Ek Mutthi Aasmaan".-*- Ronit Roy's revengeful Holi Actor Ronit Roy, who portrays Niel in popular TV show "Itna Karo Na Mujhe Pyar", took a colourful revenge from his co-stars after they were teasing him while shooting for the Holi sequence. As the festival of colours is just around the corner, actors Avinash Mukherjee, Rhea Sharma and Mehul Vyas were seen teasing Ronit in between shots by throwing water on him using pichkaris. More »Consummation scene tough to enact: Rachana Parulkar
London, Mar 2 (ANI): Azealia Banks has revealed that she is working on her anger as she desires to become the next America's first female presidents. The 'ATM Jam' rapper said interview with Channel 4 News that she was working really hard on her temper as she it has made her to involve in multiple public spats with fellow celebrities including Iggy Azalea and Perez Hilton, the Mirror reported. The 23-year-old American rapper added that she had been called for a new black political party to be created, which she might join hands with, as according to her black people have always been painted to be like animals and being crazy, and this is what they have created for themselves in the face of all of the adversity, and should be changed. Banks has previously been involved in the scandal where she wrote about the use of homophobic slurs as well as her racially charged tweets, but now wishes to enter in the run of America's next president. More »'Short -tempered' Azealia Banks considers running for White House
London, Mar 2 (ANI): Cara Delevingne and St Vincent has fueled their romantic rumors after the duo was spotted kissing each other at Brit Awards. More »Cara Delevingne spotted kissing rumored gal-pal St Vincent
London, Mar 2 (ANI): Lily Allen has been rumored of joining the 'Fifty Shades of Grey' gang as she was spotted with the erotic film director Sam Taylor-Johnson in a 90-minute long meeting. The 'Hard Out Here' singer, who had a meeting at the Chateau Marmont with the 47-year-old director, was speculated either to sing the soundtrack or make a cameo role in the next series of the E.L James adaptation, the Mirror reported. A source informed that they were definitely making some plans, as they are friends, and move in the same circles in London, and obviously because Allen was the perfect choice for next 'Fifty Shades' as she was cool and young, and would bring a new edge to it. More »Lily Allen may be roped in for '50 Shades' sequel
Washington, Mar. 02 (ANI): Michelle Rodriguez has apologized for commenting that minority actors should "stop stealing all the white people's superheroes." More »Michelle Rodriguez apologizes for her comments about minority actors
By Kate Holton LONDON (Reuters) - Rebekah Brooks, the former Rupert Murdoch protegee cleared last year of running an illegal campaign to hack into phones for tabloid scoops, is in talks to return to the media conglomerate, a source said on Monday. A person familiar with the situation said Brooks, who rose in 14 years from the most junior newsroom position to edit the country's biggest selling newspaper, was likely to return to a role focusing on new digital and social media avenues. Under the proposal, she was likely to be based in Britain and would work with Storyful, a 2013 News Corp acquisition that discovers, verifies and acquires news and footage on social media networks. If agreed, the role will mark the first time the 46-year-old has returned to News Corp since she quit in July 2011 amid a firestorm sparked by revelations that staff at the News of the World tabloid had hacked into the phones of thousands of people to break news. More »Rebekah Brooks in talks to return to News Corp - source
By Alexandra Harney SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Could "Under the Dome", Chinese journalist Chai Jing's new documentary about pollution, become China's "Silent Spring", the 1962 book that spurred the development of the U.S. environmental movement? Since it was released online on Saturday, the film has been viewed more than 150 million times and has sparked a national debate on environmental problems. "Under the Dome", which explains air pollution in personal, straight-forward terms, was well-timed: this week China's National People's Congress, the country's parliament, holds its annual meeting. ... More »New film on China's pollution sparks debate, seen as milestone
New Delhi, Mar. 02 (ANI): 'Fast and Furious 7' is all set for a multi-lingual; English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu, nation-wide release in India on April 02, 2015. More »`Fast and Furious 7` set for multi-lingual nation-wide release in India on April 02