Ranveer Singh, who has experimented with his looks in most of his films, will be next seen in Zoya Akhtar's Dil Dhadakne Do and buzz has it that the actor will be seen sporting a casual and simple look in the film. Also starring Priyanka Chopra, Farhan Akhtar, Anushka Sharma, Boman Irani, Anil Kapoor and Shifaali Shah, Dil Dhadakne Do is about a dysfunctional Punjabi family spending some quality time together on a cruise. More »Ranveer Singh To Sport A 'Boy Next Door' Look In 'Dil Dhadakne Do'
Kalki Koechlin is on cloud nine these days. Her film Margarita With A Straw has received rave reviews at international festivals and will soon be available for Indian audiences to watch. While her professional career is going great guns, her personal life has been rocky. More »Marriage May Not Be On The Cards Anymore For Kalki Koechlin
Hrithik Roshan who is in the City Of Joy, Kolkata is busy prepping for the opening ceremony of the IPL season 8 which begins today. The Jodha Akbar took a moment out of his rehearsals and posted snapshots of him practicing his dance moves. He wrote , ''Dancing whr I danced15 yrs ago. N cn c myself dance 15 yrs frm now.Never stop growing never stop learning. #ipl '' More »Hrithik Roshan Reveals Photos Of His IPL 8 Rehearsals
Shahid Kapoor has undergone a look change for the shoot of his upcoming film Udta Punjab and we hear that he has been experimenting with his look and has undergone more than 15- 16 looks. However, Shahid will be performing at the IPL opening tonight and a little birdie tells us that he might very well unveil his look from Udta Punjab during his performance. The movie deals with the drug menace in Punjab and Shahid who plays the lead is keen to show off his look from the film. More »Shahid Kapoor To Reveal His Udta Punjab Look At IPL 8 Opening Ceremony?
Shah Rukh Khan has been shooting all over the place for his upcoming film Fan. From Croatia to Madam Tussaud's in London, the film's schedule has finally made its way to Mumbai. Fan was the first film to be shot inside the wax museum in London. He was spotted shooting for the movie at a chawl in Marine Drive in Mumbai recently. More »Shah Rukh Khan Shoots In A Towel And A Shirt At A Chawl For 'Fan'
Acclaimed filmmaker Vidhu Vinod Chopra, who is gearing up for the release of his Hollywood directorial debut Broken Horses, revealed that to make this film, he had to unlearn everything that he had learned in Bollywood and start from scratch. Talking about Broken Horses, a story about two brothers, Chopra said that spending five years directing this movie was madness and passion and that there is no logic in it. Chopra, who had studied in a Hindi medium school added that to make this film, he had to unlearn everything at the age of 62. Set in the shadows of US-Mexico border gang wars, Broken Horses is an epic thriller about bonds of brotherhood, laws of loyalty and futility of violence. More »Vidhu Vinod Chopra Unlearned Everything To Make 'Broken Horses'
The trailer of upcoming film Kuch Kuch Locha Hai starring Sunny Leone and Ram Kapoor might have set the mercury soaring because of Sunny's 'oomph' factor, but Ram Kapoor insists that the film is not a sleaze fest. Talking about the film, Ram said that when becoming an actor, he had made a promise to his parents that he would never do a film that would embarrass them and he has stuck to his promise with Kuch Kuch Locha Hai. Ram reiterated that though the film stars sultry siren Sunny, it can be watched with parents and in-laws. More »'Kuch Kuch Locha Hai' Can Be Watched With Parents, Says Ram Kapoor
Arbaaz Khan is reluctant to make a biopic on brother Salman Khan as he thinks that his life is public and is known to all. Taking the discussion further the Dolly Ki Doli film-maker says,''I am intrigued to know what Neeraj Pandey will be showing in the MS Dhoni biopic. More »Arbaaz Khan ? ''MS Dhoni biopic will be very challenging''
Acclaimed director Vidhu Vinod Chopra, known for the landmark film Parinda, is gearing up for his Hollywood directorial debut titled Broken Horses and Chopra recently revealed his fascination for stories revolving around brothers. Talking about Broken Horses, Chopra said that he's always been drawn to stories about brothers or friends and partners who're like brothers, perhaps because he's always been really close to his own brother Veer and this is reflected in his stories. Set in the shadows of US-Mexico border gang wars, Broken Horses is an epic thriller about bonds of brotherhood, laws of loyalty and futility of violence. More »Why Is Vidhu Vinod Chopra Fascinated With Stories Revolving Around Brothers?
Shah Rukh Khan is one of the most active actors on social media. The King Khan makes it a point to interact with his fans on his Twitter page, wherein he regularly shares updates on his film shoots and personal life as well. More »Shah Rukh Khan Reveals What Gives Him Strength
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, who is currently facing a trial for culpable homicide not amounting to murder in the 2002 hit-and-run case, might not go all out to promote his upcoming film Bajrangi Bhaijaan, it seems. More »Salman Khan's Lawyers Don't Want Him To Promote 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan'?
Acclaimed director Ram Gopal Varma, known for his landmark films like Satya, Company, Sarkar and others, turns an year older today, but the director seems to not be in the mood to celebrate it or be wished for it. Here is what RGV wrote on his Twitter page on his birthday-'' I am dead since long nd for the sins I commited I don't think I will ever be reincarnated…so don't waste time by wishing me many returns. More »Birthday Boy Ram Gopal Varma Says: 'Don't waste time by wishing me many returns'
A federal judge has thrown out an antitrust lawsuit accusing major Hollywood animation studios of trying to drive down animators' wages through an illegal anti-poaching conspiracy. In a decision on Friday, U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh in San Jose, California said the four-year statute of limitations ran out long before the animators in September sued Walt Disney Co and its Lucasfilm and Pixar units, Sony Corp <6758.T>, DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc and 21st Century Fox Inc's Blue Sky Studios. More »Hollywood studios defeat animators' hiring lawsuit
Mumbai, April 6 (IANS) Supriya Kumari-Sachin Shroff-starrer TV show "Anudamini" has completed one year of its telecast. "We appreciate our loyal viewers and thank each and every team member for their support in making the year-long journey of 'Anudamini' smooth and successful," Rajesh Kumar Jain, the show's producer said in a statement. More »TV show 'Anudamini' completes one year
Mumbai, April 6 (IANS) Veteran actor Anupam Kher, a Kashmiri Pandit, is ecstatic about what he calls "a holiday in 30 years". "Flight is full of tourists to Srinagar, Kashmir. More »Anupam Kher holidays after 30 years, off to 'my Kashmir'
New Delhi, April 6 (IANS) Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who has been roped in for a campaign against the infectious disease caused by Hepatitis B virus (HBV), will meet authorities to plan the way ahead for spreading awareness about the health issue. "The start of another mission - the awareness for Hepatitis B... meeting authorities to take this forward - like Polio & TB," shared the 72-year-old, who flew to the capital earlier Monday. Big B had previously tweeted about Hepatitis B virus (HBV). The "Don" star has been associated with Unicef as a Global Ambassador for polio eradication since 2005. More »Big B plans way forward for 'mission' Hepatitis B
Mumbai, April 6 (IANS) After winning two honours at Berlinale, Nagesh Kukunoor's "Dhanak" is embarking on a journey to be screened at the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA) and the TIFF Kids International Film Festival in Toronto. As always eager to see international audiences react to the film as we screen it at major festivals," Kukunoor said in a statement. "Dhanak" or "Rainbow" is the closing night Gala film at the IFFLA, where it will screen on April 12, and it will also have its North American premiere at one of the world's largest children's film fests -- TIFF Kids -- with screenings on April 9, April 12, April 15 and April 18. The award-winning film, co-produced by Manish Mundra, Kukunoor and Elahe Hiptoola, had its world premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival where it bagged The Grand Prix for the best feature-length film and the Special Mention for the best feature film by The Children's Jury for Generation Kplus. More »'Dhanak': Kukunoor joyous over IFFLA, TIFF Kids journey
Mumbai, April 6 (IANS) Actress-producer Anushka Sharma has been roped in as the brand ambassador by Lifestyle International Pvt Ltd for brand Code by Lifestyle's womenswear range. She says the brand reflects her comfortable yet trendy style. Highlighting Code by Lifestyle's vibrant spring summer collection, Anushka shot for the brand campaign that is set to be rolled out this month. "Anushka flawlessly epitomises the Code Woman with her confident persona and individualistic style. More »Anushka Sharma to endorse Code by Lifestyle
Mumbai, April 6 (IANS) Director Dibakar Banerjee is relieved after receiving a "thrilling response" to his latest directorial "Detective Byomesh Bakshy!", especially in Kolkata. Initially, Dibakar was scared about how actor Sushant Singh Rajput's interpretation of the detective will be received in the city, where the film's story is set. "We both (Sushant and I) were very scared about what response the film will get in Kolkata? This is because Byomkesh's character is one of the great detectives of Bengali fiction and (we felt) people won't accept Sushant as Byomkesh," Dibakar said on Sunday during the promotion of the film at a theatre here. More »Dibakar thrilled with Kolkata's response to '...Byomkesh Bakshy!'
Guwahati, April 6 (IANS) With the spotlight at the Rongali festival on the vibrant culture and crafts of Assam, the extravaganza turned out to be a platform to highlight the problems faced by the oft 'neglected' creative industry of the state -- be it films, music or fashion. The artistes pointed out that they need exposure for their survival and they have requested for government support for their craft. Actress Barsha Rani Bishaya minced no words in pointing out that the government is not helping the film industry, while actress Rimpi Das said that exposure can do wonders for the entertainment industry. "If we talk about the entertainment industry, actors are completely neglected. More »Rongali festival platforms Assam's 'neglected' artistes
Jodhpur, April 6 (IANS) From entrancing displays by international flamenco artists like El Bola, Javier Colina and Berk Gurman to enthralling Indian performances by Desert Strings, Footprints of The Desert, Rajasthan Roots and Sounds of the Sanda -- the second edition of Jodhpur Flamenco & Gypsy festival 2015 witnessed a mix of top drawer music, extravagant acoustic atmosphere and magical folk aura. Jointly organised by the Mehrangarh Museum Trust and CRN Productions, the festival showcased the power of true blue gypsy music, bringing the locations alive with the rendition of mesmerising gypsy and folk tunes along with flamenco dance moves. This year, performers from across the globe presented eclectic melodies, celebrating awe-inspiring flamenco and gypsy culture. More »JFG 2015: Top drawer music in magical setting
Mumbai, April 6 (IANS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi has extended good wishes to Vidhu Vinod Chopra for his upcoming Hollywood venture "Broken Horses", a spokesperson of the filmmaker said on Monday. Chopra wanted to show "Broken Horses" to the prime minister. Modi, however, sent a message to the filmmaker, thanking him for his invitation and wishing the movie well, Chopra's spokesperson said in a statement. Set in the shadows of US-Mexico border gang wars, "Broken Horses" is a thriller about bonds of brotherhood, laws of loyalty and futility of violence. More »PM wishes Vidhu Vinod Chopra good luck
Washington, Apr 6 (ANI): Gwyneth Paltrow is reportedly planning to destroy Larry Flynt's Hustler Hollywood sex store and build a fancy private club on its place. More »Gwyneth Paltrow to replace Hustler Hollywood store with private club
Mumbai, April 6 (IANS) Filmmaker Arbaaz Khan is not convinced about the idea of making a biopic on his brother superstar Salman Khan as he feels there is nothing new about Salman that he can show in the biopic. The "Dabangg" filmmaker, when asked if he'd make a biopic on Salman's life, said: "It may happen, but personally I would not want to do a biopic on somebody who is existing." He sees no point in a Salman Khan biopic. Further, talking about a biopic being made on Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, he said it will be a challenge for its director Neeraj Pandey. More »Would not want to make biopic on Salman: Arbaaz Khan
Mumbai, April 6 (IANS) The third instalment of the superhit Bollywood franchise "Dabangg" is on the cards. Filmmaker Arbaaz Khan says it may take one or two years to shape up. Arbaaz, who produced "Dabangg" (2010) and then directed and produced its sequel, is waiting for his brother, actor Salman Khan -- the lead actor of both films -- to finish all his pending assignments. More »'Dabangg 3' may take one or two years, says Arbaaz