Shrenu Parikh: I travelled in trains without ticket!
Baroda girl Shrenu, who bagged a lead role in Havan right after her first show Gulaal, says she may be lucky to get good roles but things were not so hunky-dory when she came here to find her share of fame
“I had my own share of troubles. I used to travel in trains without ticket, struggled without a house in Mumbai. I was new here, I belonged to Baroda… Many people come to Mumbai and struggled, but I was blessed with good producers,” said Shrenu Parikh. Click here to read more
Dharmendra celebrates Bobby Deol’s birthday even after minor accident!
The veteran actor had a fall while filming Yamla Pagla Deewana 2, but escaped unhurt and attended a havan for son Bobby’s birthday today
There were reports that Dharmendra escaped injuries after having a fall while filming for Yamla Pagla Deewana 2, but a source close to the actor said: “He is absolutely fine. It was just a minor accident.” Click here to read more
Rajan Shahi: There’s a lot of crap on television
The producer of hit shows such as Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai and Kuch Toh Log Kahenge reveals the secret behind their success
Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai completed three years last week and Rajan Shahi, the man behind the success of the show, tells us that the formula is very simple: there is no formula. Rajan and his production house, Director’s Kut, conceive shows that are different from those on air – simple enough, you think? There’s a lot that goes into making a show and there’s hardly anyone who knows that better than Rajan. Click here to read more
TV preview: Colors’ Havan pits faith against logic
If you are one of the few… multitudes of people wondering what Colors’ new show Havan is all about, here’s what we learnt
Rajan Shahi’s new production is a deliberate attempt to veer away from his earlier love sagas. Havan tries to imagine what will happen when a devotee meets her God – in the form of a Godman – and the relationships that will be forged on belief instead of logic. Click here to read more