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Sharon Stone finds Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Abhishek Bachchan very generous
The Basic Instinct actor said this before the AmfAR fund raising event
Sharon Stone was in Mumbai for amfAR’s fund raising event which also had other celebs like Hilary Swank, Kesha, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Abhishek Bachchan. Click here to read more
Highway Diaries: Alia Bhatt turns a sardar!
In the Highway Diaries video, you get to see Alia in a different avatar and believe us, she looks quite cute
Through Highway Diaries, the makers of Highway want the audience to see how it is to shoot films in real-life locations. In this video, Imtiaz Ali is in Punjab with his lead actor Alia Bhatt and other crew members. As soon as the video starts, Click here to read more
Milkha Singh to be the new brand ambassador for Emami
The former ace athlete signs first endorsement deal of his life after five decades of his last run for the country
Milkha Singh, India’s most revered Olympian will endorse Emami Limited’s health supplement Zandu Kesari Jivan. Click here to read more
Was Juhi Chawla unsure of Gulaab Gang?
The evergreen beauty is playing an antagonist in the movie based on Gulabi Gang and was not sure of her role in the movie. Read on to know why…
Juhi Chawla’s role is that of the negative lead Sumitra Devi in Anubhav Sinha’s production venture Gulaab Gang. Click here to read more
Miss Universe Olivia Frances Culpo in trouble over Taj Mahal photoshoot!
She was recently in the news for her link-up with Salman Khan
Miss Universe Olivia Frances Culpo‘s maiden visit has turned out to be quite controversial. Olivia and her team who shot for a footwear brand at the Taj Mahal have landed themselves in trouble. A case has been registered against them on an Archaeological Survey of India complaint. Click here to read more
Sherlyn Chopra, Poonam Pandey lash out at Mallika Sherawat for saying India is ‘regressive’
There is a new battle brewing between Bollywood starlets Sherlyn Chopra, Poonam Pandey and Mallika Sherawat! At the 66th Cannes International Film Festival, the Hiss actor raved about how her journey in Indian cinema has been pathbreaking and ranted that India is a regressive and depressing country
We knew Mallika Sherawat would pull a new trick out of her hat to grab attention. Seems we were right. In an interview to Variety magazine, she raved about how she was the first to kiss and wear a bikini onscreen, and ranted about the depressing regressiveness of India Click here to read more
Steven Spielberg: We don’t have great access to Indian films in America – Watch video!
In his conversation with Amitabh Bachchan, the Hollywood filmmaker revealed that he is a tad clueless about Indian movies
Steven Spielberg’s visit to India had much to do with the success of Lincoln at the Oscars. Click here to read more
Nawazuddin Siddiqui to meet Phoolan Devi murder accused in Tihar Jail
The Talaash actor will play Sher Singh Rana, who allegedly killed Phoolan Devi, in the biopic End of Bandit Queen
Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui is gearing up to work on a second biopic – End of Bandit Queen – based on the life of Sher Singh Rana, prime accused in the murder of bandit-turned-politician Phoolan Devi in 2001. Click here to read more
Bigg Boss pulled up by Delhi High Court for exploiting national anthem
Yes, we know that the baritone voiced Boss of the reality television show on Colors likes to order people around. But did he take it too far this time around?
Have you watched a movie in a multiplex recently? If yes, then you’re not alien to the boss of Bigg Boss ordering you to stand up for the National Anthem by saying, “Bigg Boss chahte hain ki aap rashtriya gaan ke liye khade hon”. Click here to read more
Bollywood celebrates the spirit of Mahatma Gandhi!
On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, we look at some of the memorable films portraying the father of our nation…
Films have often looked to larger than life historical figures for inspiration. And Gandhi, the man responsible for Click here to read more
Katrina Kaif looks stunning on the poster of ‘Ek Tha Tiger’
The new poster of Salman Khan’s much awaited spy thriller makes an appearance and leaves us pleasantly surprised!
We recently came across Katrina Kaif peeping out from the posters of Ek Tha Tiger. And while the promos suggest that the story revolves around a spy called Tiger, here’s the lady who will be responsible for the action-packed romance in the movie. Click here to read more
Hrithik Roshan to be the brand ambassador of Maharashtra?
After Amitabh Bachchan, Shahrukh Khan and Aamir Khan, it’s Hrithik’s turn to campaign for a state
Looks like tourism in India benefits a lot from our B-town stars. Click here to read more
Kailash Kher to honour Sachin Tendulkar with a song
The talented singer will write a song for the master blaster’s historic 100th century
The whole country was euphoric when Sachin Tendulkar scored that elusive 100th century of his luminous career spanning over two decades. When Sachin hit that record ton, B-town’s versatile singer Kailash Kher was present in Dhaka to witness the extraordinary moment. He also met the little master to congratulate him for achieving that milestone. And now the 38-year-old playback singer is going to write a song in the honour of Sachin. Click here to read more
17th International Children’s Film Festival: India’s biggest
Over 154 films from 38 different countries are being screened at the festival from November 14-20, with more than 150,000 kids slated to watch them
Children’s cinema got a big boost Monday with the nation’s largest ever and one of the world’s biggest children’s film festival, ‘The Golden Elephant’ 17th International Children’s Film Festival organised by Children’s Film Society, India (CFSI) getting underway in Hyderabad. “In a global village, one has to compete with the world. This cannot be done until one is exposed to the world. This exposure should begin early. We are hence committed to Children’s cinema,” said Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy. At least 154 films from 38 different countries being screened across 13 theatres and over 150,000 children not just from the nooks and corners of the country but many from other countries who will watch these films: children’s film festival perhaps cannot get bigger than this.
Nandita Das, chairperson of CFSI, said, “Good cinema can have a very positive impact on the minds of children. Our intention with showing some carefully selected films from across the world was to cultivate children’s understanding of other cultures and experiences. Cinema can be both an entertaining and an educational tool.” Click here to read more