Decoded: Why Depression Affects Sleep
According to the researchers, about 75 per cent of people with depression report significant levels of sleep disturbance, such as difficulty of falling asleep and short duration of sleep -- also known as insomnia
Rajkummar Rao: Stardom Can Add Pressure On You
Rajkummar Rao is on a golden run, especially since 2017, with his film garnering not only audiences love but also box office points
Taapsee Pannu: I Was Judging Rumi, And For Me That's Not A Good Sign
Taapsee Pannu has seldom played a frothy character onscreen.
Sunny Leone: Women Should Speak For Themselves
Sunny Leone also said that to bring a change in the society, people first should change themselves
Shahid Kapoor: Was Curious Enough To Take On Arjun Reddy
Shahid Kapoor, who will play the title role in the Hindi remake of Telugu blockbuster Arjun Reddy, says he was both curious and excited about the movie
Radhika Madan: Cinema Changing Pre-Conceived Notions About Small Towns
Pataakha actress Radhika Madan says such hinterland stories are changing the urban audiences perception about small towns
Eat Strawberries, Improve Gut Health
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a set of painful conditions that can cause severe diarrhoea and fatigue and the treatment can include medications and surger
Batti Gul Meter Chalu actor Shahid Kapoor on getting boxed as ‘chocolate boy': There were no options
He may have proved his mettle as a performer with films such as Kaminey, Haider and Padmaavat, but Shahid Kapoorsays initially it was not easy for him to score versatile characters.
Amit Sadh: It's Become Easier To Hire Someone To Date In This Fast-Paced Life
As Baarish Aur Chowmein wins applause, Amit Sadh says the short reflects psyche of the youth
Akshay Kumar On Striking Gold Yet Again
He has the knack of turning everything he touches to gold. If Akshay Kumar was a salesman he could have sold refrigerators to Eskimos, given the fact that he dares to venture where no man has gone before. Single-handedly, he has changed perceptions about sanitary napkins in the country and has even made toilets appear cool. From action to comedy to patriotic and pressing issues, Akshays graph is forever changing, ever evolving. His recent outing is Reema Kagtis Gold, a historical sports drama inspired by Indias first Olympic gold medal in hockey in 1948. The film is expected to boost the fortunes of hockey for sure. Excerpts from a freewheeling interview with the player, who aces every game.
Vicky Kaushal:An Actor's Job Gets Reduced To Half With A Good Director
Vicky Kaushal, who is on a roll with his diverse roles in films like Raazi and Sanju, says working with a good director reduces an actor’s effort by half to play a character convincingly.
Sonakshi Sinha: I Learnt Everything About Acting On The Sets
Sonakshi Sinha says much of her learning about acting happened on film sets unlike today's newcomers who enter the industry prepared in every aspect.
Shraddha Kapoor: I Accepted My Audience's Rejection
I remember meeting Shraddha Kapoor for the first time right before Aashiqui 2 released. Her previous two films hadn’t worked, which had affected her a lot. “I had shut myself from everything and cried for days together in my room,” she had told me then. Five years have passed and Shraddha has matured. After a string of successes, the actress hit a rough patch again when her recent films failed to create magic at the box office. But this time, it hasn’t deterred her spirit. “I guess it all comes from experience,” she laughs as we begin our chat. The light-eyed beauty explains what drew her towards the horror-comedy, Stree, and how she has learnt not to take success or failure too seriously. Excerpts...
Shreyas Talpade: Iqbal Made My Family Proud Of Me
Actor Shreyas Talpade says his debut film Iqbal, which will complete 13 years since its release on August 26, 2005, is a movie that made his family proud of him.
Ranveer Singh: I Was Called ‘Atrangi' In School
His infectious energy is something people take inspiration from and his quirkiness makes him one of the most versatile actors in Bollywood. However, Ranveer Singh makes sure to switch off from the world and unwind as his day gets over to take a break from his fast-paced life.
Rajkummar Rao: Nobody Is Irreplaceable In Bollywood
Every time Rajkummar Rao decides he will do only two films a year, but the “greedy” actor says he cannot let go of a good script as everyone is replaceable in the industry.
Prateik Babbar: I Take Full Responsibility For My Actions
After his promising debut in the 2008 film Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na, Prateik Babbar featured in the critically acclaimed film Dhobi Ghaat. The actor starred in more films but he blames his addiction to drugs for his slow career and he takes full responsibility for his actions.
Naseeruddin Shah I Am Bored Of Bollywood
Veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah is "fed up"with Bollywood and the kind of films it has been making in recent times. The actor, who has been a part of 200odd films, including cult classics, said that films being made today are just "fluff".
John Abraham : ”People Say I Am Amitabh Bachchan Of Deewaar In Satyameva Jayate”
Born and brought up in a middle-class family in Mumbai, India, John Abraham is one of the most successful male models who became a successful actor too. His father Abraham John is a Syrian Christian (Nasrani or Saint Thomas Christian) from Aluva, Kerala, India and his mother Firoza Irani is a Zoroastrian Parsi from India's Parsi community. His father is an architect and his mother is a homemaker and charity worker. He has a younger brother named Alan Abraham. John's Parsi name given to him by his mother's family is Farhan. Being a Syrian Christian from Kerala, his father gave him John, a biblical name, as his first name and Abraham as his last name from the Nasrani naming system by receiving the father's first name as a last name. A Syrian Christian person from Kerala receives their surname from their paternal grandfather, father, or family house.
Farhan Akhtar: Sports Stories Inspire People
Filmmaker-actor Farhan Akthar, who is gearing up for his next film "The Sky is Pink", has said sports stories are easier to understand and they also inspire people.
Saif Ali Khan On Sacred Games, Freedom On The Internet And Owing His Success To Mumbai
Saif Ali Khan will be next seen in a project that all the fans of the binge-watching generation will cherish.
Nora Fatehi Talks About The Success Of Dilbar, Sharing Screen With John Abraham And Being A Self Trained Belly Dancer
Not that this is the first time we are watching Nora Fatehi groove to a song, but this time she has truly hit the ball out of the park.
Rajneesh Duggal: Casting Couch Is One's Own Choice
Rajneesh Duggal feels young aspirants coming from smaller towns sometimes get lured into it, but at the same time, he feels the industry has streamlined the casting process in a professional way over the years.
Rytasha Rathore Speaks Her Heart Out On The Necessity Of Sex Education
Rytasha Rathore speaks about the most prominent episode of the lot and what she feels needs to be talked about more openly amongst the youth of today - Sex education
Mahie Gill: It's Frustrating When People Don't Present Proper Scripts, And Just Add Eroticism For Titillation
Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster 3 will hit the marquee this week and we will again see desi beauty Mahie Gill aka Madhavi Devi in action. Few weeks back, we saw her in the forgettable dacoit film, Phamous with her SBG co-star Jimmy Sheirgill. When we asked Mahie why we only saw her when a Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster film released, she said, “I don’t get interesting roles.
Karishma Tanna On Wanting Qayamat Ki Raat To Overtake Naagin 3: It Is High Time I Get My Due Credit
After a hiatus, Karishma Tanna started making headlines again from the beginning of this year and how! The actress returned to the small screen with her cameo in Ekta Kapoor’s Naagin 3. While Mouni and Adaa went missing, people were left heartbroken and they couldn’t wait to know who will step into the shoes of the naagins.
Janhvi Kapoor: Not A Star, Just Trying To Be An Actor
Janhvi Kapoor: Not A Star, Just Trying To Be An Actor
Huma Qureshi: I Don't Chase Success, But Excellence
Huma Qureshi: I Don’t Chase Success, But Excellence
Chitrangda Singh On Co-Star Sanjay Dutt: Romancing The Original Rockstar Of Bollywood Was One Of A Kind Experience
It is a hectic day of promotions for Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster but Chitrangda Singh does not look a bit weary. Dressed in a bottle green outfit with dazzling gold earrings, she smilingly sails through every interview.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan To Go The Beyonce Way For Fanney Khan!
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan on pairing up with hubby Abhishek Bachchan, after eight years, in Gulab Jamun and why they are cautious before signing a film together.