‘I am very excited about The Family Man'
‘All the characters have moved on from part one.’ ‘My character Srikant Tiwari is in a different zone.’ ‘Srikant is like R K Laxman’s Common Man striving to keep a balance between his work and family.’
The VOICE behind these AMAZING SONGS
‘You could be out of sight, out of mind, but it may take just one song to bring you back and to let you know that your audience is still rooting for you.
‘I have been choosy. I didn't want to compromise'
‘People are already talking about what my character will do in Mirzapur season three.’
‘I don't hide stuff, but...'
‘I’m an extrovert, but there is a facet to me that I closely guard.’ ‘I just think that there has to be something that you keep for yourself.’
‘FOR A CHANGE, IT'S TIME TO SMILE' Director Hansal Mehta
‘After 23 years of making films, you feel vindicated that you stuck to your guns and continued to try different things.’
PEOPLE LIKE UNDERDOG STORIES IN LIFE AND CINEMA:RAJKUMMAR RAO
The actor, who plays an unmotivated PT teacher finally rising to the challenge in the upcoming movie, believes people like to see characters that they can root for or relate to.
How Indoo Ki Jawaani got made
Abir Sengupta directs his first Hindi film Indoo Ki Jawaani, starring Kiara Advani, which releases on December 11.But it’s really not easy for a Ranchi native with no connections in the film industry to turn director in Bollywood. “You hustle when you come from a different city and have that hunger to work.”
‘Taimur loves the Ramayan'
‘He is not interested in cricket or football.’ ‘He is interested in singing, dancing and painting.’ ‘Right now, he thinks he’s Lord Rama.’
‘Bollywood can definitely be a better place'
‘Discussions of favouritism and the #MeToo movement really unearthed a lot.’ ‘I really hope that these movements force people to look inwards and be nicer to each other.’ ‘But it’s definitely not as bad as it’s made out to be.’
Satya Tiwari: My family has been my biggest strength
Actor Satya Tiwari is all set to entertain his audience with his character of Veeru in producers Madhu and Mahesh Pandey’s show Gupta Brothers. The talented actor will star in a unique story about 4 brothers and how they lead their lives.
Rasika Dugal: Your Career Cannot Be A Mirror Image Of Somebody Else's
There are new challenges everyday and the difficult thing and interesting thing about this career is that there is no one way to do it,” Rasika said.
‘The country has become like Bigg Boss'
‘One cannot deny that the show is tempting. It gives you a lot of fame for whatever time it may be.’
‘I don't know who's happy in Mirzapur'
"My husband Cheeta used to make me laugh before I would sleep because he knew I would get nightmares. I used to get nightmares that I was in the Mirzapur family and there was an attack!" The young actress admits that the series did take a toll on her. "As an actor, I’m very satisfied with the experience I have got. But would I want anybody to have Golu’s life? NO!" she says emphatically. Part 1 of a lively interview!
My cop character in ‘Hijack' is inspired by Rani Mukerji's ‘Mardaani': Delnaaz Irani
Delnaaz Irani is donning the role of a cop for her new show “Hijack”, which will air on Tata Sky Adbhut Kahaniyan. She said that her role is inspired by Rani Mukerji’s character in “Mardaani” and also praised her for portraying the role of a police officer with panache.
Hema Malini: Didn't Get Enough Time To Spend With Dharmendra Since Marriage
Hema Malini in a candid interview talks about her marriage with Dharmendra, how she was not able to spend enough time with him, and also reflects on her own Hindi-film career.
Genelia Deshmukh: Battle With COVID-19 Was Difficult
In August, Genelia revealed that she had tested COVID-19 positive, adding that her report came in as negative on Saturday.
Kiara Advani On Her Relationship Status: I Am Single Till I'm Married
Flaunting her unabashed side, Kiara Advani revealed a lot about her career, personal life, and some choices she carefully made being a public figure.
‘I come from a small village in Bihar and earned a name in Mumbai'
Gurmeet Choudhary gets ready for his third film, The Wife, a thriller directed by Sarmad Khan. But that’s not all. He is also exploring new avenues on his YouTube channel, posting videos from his life."People have seen me work in films and television, and I thought I would tell fans how I am and how I live,"
‘I AM SCARED TO BE BACK ON BIGG BOSS SETS'
Bigg Boss returns in its 14th season on Colors TV.
Why women hate Bhopa Swami
‘A girl on Instagram got very angry with me and wrote, ‘Yeh toh shakal se he harami lagta hai, yeh real life mein bhi harami hi hoga.’
‘BADHAAI HO JUST CHANGED MY LIFE'
‘...changed my image, changed everything.’ ‘Now I make calls with great confidence.’ ‘Day before yesterday, I sent a message to a director that I heard you are making a film, is there any role for me?’ ‘I have confidence now. Earlier, I could never do.’
Bigg Boss 13's Shehnaaz Gill opens up on her weight loss journey, says, ‘Mann maarke khati thi'
Bigg Boss 13 was the most successful season of all the previous seasons. It was a major hit and was also the longest season. Every contestant from the show has been loved by the audience.
Kavita Kaushik: Social media is the worst drug, look at the language, threats, abuses being hurled at people, judgements being passed
Much like her fellow colleagues, actor Kavita Kaushik, too, is angered to see the way people are jumping the gun in Sushant Singh Rajput death case. Asserting that one should let law take its course and investigation to continue smoothly, the actor is against the agenda-driven conversations that are happening around the case.
‘JAYA IS RIGHT. WE ALL NEED TO DEFEND OUR BELOVED FILM INDUSTRY'
Hema Malini is baffled by attempts to tarnish the Indian film industry’s image.
‘THERE IS SO MUCH MORE I CAN DO'
‘I don’t know what my potential is.’
Ananya Panday On Khaali Peeli: Don't View It As A Compromised Release
Though Khaali Peeli was developed for a theatrical run, Ananya Panday hopes the digital premiere will enable the film to reach a wider audience.
Bollywood's Ladies Are Fabulous After 40!
It’s such a misconception that actresses -- any woman for that matter -- are on a downwards slope when they hit 40.
Why she brings tears to Shabana Azmi's eyes
‘I’ve never been more nervous about any of my films.’ ‘I can’t eat, sleep or speak.’ ‘I can barely breathe.’
Meet Bollywood's HOT MUMS in their 40s
HOT MUMS in their 40s
‘I want to shed a new light on women' ‘
The show is about women taking ownership of their lives.’