Filmfare - December 16 2015
As India's No. 1 entertainment magazine, Filmfare has through the years, turned from a monthly into a fortnightly, launched an edition devoted to the Southern film industry and gained a readership of more than 2 million fans! There is no better evidence of Filmfare's hold on the industry than the Filmfare Awards.
Jacqueline Fernandez speaks from the heart about her changing fortunes, Arjun Kapoor is as grounded as ever and Kangana Ranaut is raring to reach new heights
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Tamasha has a great first weekend
It looks like Ranbir Kapoor fans can heave a sigh of relief as the actor might finally have a hit on his hands with Tamasha. The film, which released to relatively packed houses on Friday, took quite the leap in collections over the weekend. After a seemingly good start, the film clocked fig...
Sushant walks out of Half Girlfriend
Sushant Singh Rajput had initially been signed on to play the lead in Mohit Suri's next, an adaptation of Chetan Bhagat's best selling novel, Half Girlfriend. The actor impressed Mohit Suri by dropping at the director's residence and impressed the director by enacting one of the sce...
Fawad Khans quiet birthday dinner
It was Fawad Khan's 34th birthday yesterday and the actor received much love from his family and friends in Lahore, his pals in the industry and fans on both sides of the border. Earlier this month, Fawad and his wife, Sadaf celebrated 10 years of marriage and cut a grand wedding ca...
Farhan Akhtar rocks out in Mumbai
After the surprise concert by the popular band Coldplay rocked the city of Delhi and sent everyone in a tizzy, Farhan Akhtar seems to have repeated the feat for his fans in Mumbai. The actor made his way to a popular restaurant in the city and decided to, in his own words, 'pop up and play' ...
Tamasha gets off to a good start
After a dull week at the box-office, it’s time for Imtiaz Ali’s magic to work with the Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone starrer, Tamasha. Released in 2150 screens, with an overseas release on Thursday, the film took a much better opening than expected, with an average ...