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Wouldn't have done 'Daddy' if look-test had failed: Arjun Rampal Wouldn't have done 'Daddy' if look-test had failed: Arjun Rampal
National Award winning actor-producer Arjun Rampal, who is getting a positive response for "Daddy", says getting the physical resemblance right for his forthcoming film, based on gangster-turned-politician Arun Gawli, was important for him.
Andrea Tariang made an incomparable debut: Taapsee Pannu Andrea Tariang made an incomparable debut: Taapsee Pannu
Actress Taapsee Pannu has wished her "Pink" co-star Andrea Tariang on her birthday and said that she made an incomparable acting debut last year.
John Abraham shares first look of 'Parmanu - The Story Of Pokhran' John Abraham shares first look of 'Parmanu - The Story Of Pokhran'
Actor-producer John Abraham on Thursday shared the first look of his upcoming production venture titled "Parmanu - The Story Of Pokhran".
Manoj Bajpayee wraps up filming for 'Aiyaary' in Kashmir Manoj Bajpayee wraps up filming for 'Aiyaary' in Kashmir
National Award winning actor Manoj Bajpayee, who will soon be seen as an army officer in Neeraj Pandeys upcoming film "Aiyaary", has finished first schedule shooting in Kashmir.
Sonam Kapoor's fashion label wins PETA award Sonam Kapoor's fashion label wins PETA award
Actress Sonam Kapoor and her producer-sister Rhea Kapoor's fashion label -- Rheson has bagged the Compassionate Business Award from the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India for a line of bags made exclusively of vegan materials.
Films cannot change society but can start a dialogue: Kabir Khan Films cannot change society but can start a dialogue: Kabir Khan
Kabir Khan focuses on political conflicts and how that affects humanity with most of his films like "Bajrangi Bhaijaan", "Ek Tha Tiger", "New York" and "Kabul Express". The filmmaker says though he is aware that a film cannot bring any change in a society, he believes the power of cinema can impact the human mind.
Surviving for 38 years in Bollywood isn't easy, says Anil Surviving for 38 years in Bollywood isn't easy, says Anil
Veteran actor Anil Kapoor, who is geared up for his upcoming comedy film 'Mubarakan', says that surviving in the Hindi film industry for over three decades is not an easy thing.
Tulsi Kumar to release a mashup on World Music Day Tulsi Kumar to release a mashup on World Music Day
Singer Tulsi Kumar, who has completed 10 years in the music industry and has given hits like "Soch Na Sake" and "Sanam Re", is set to release a mashup of two romantic soulful songs "Tum Jo Aaye" and "Tuse Naina Laage" on World Music Day.
B-Town celebrities celebrate International Yoga Day B-Town celebrities celebrate International Yoga Day
Sharing photographs in yoga positions and urging their fans and followers to follow it, a string of Bollywood celebrities like Hema Malini, Juhi Chawla and Shilpa Shetty celebrated the International Yoga Day on Wednesday.
There's great understanding between me and Anil, says Bazmee There's great understanding between me and Anil, says Bazmee
Director Anees Bazmee, who has collaborated with veteran actor Anil Kapoor for the fifth time with the film "Mubarakan", says there is great understanding between them.
No rivalry exists between me and Kapil Sharma: Krushna Abhishek No rivalry exists between me and Kapil Sharma: Krushna Abhishek
Comedian and actor Krushna Abhishek says there is no bad blood between him and comedian Kapil Sharma or his show.
Anupam thanks Hindi filmdom for his 'enriching' journey Anupam thanks Hindi filmdom for his 'enriching' journey
Veteran actor Anupam Kher has thanked the Indian film industry for making his journey enriching.
'Mubarakan' trailer shows Anil Kapoor's mojo at its peak 'Mubarakan' trailer shows Anil Kapoor's mojo at its peak
Welcome to the mad mad world of Anees Bazmi's comedy capers where the plot curves and tapers into shapes that remind us of crunchy wafers.
I'd rather do Rs 50-lakh film than a Rs 50-cr project: Nawazuddin I'd rather do Rs 50-lakh film than a Rs 50-cr project: Nawazuddin
Whether it's bringing alive illustrious writer Saadat Hasan Manto onscreen in "Manto" or essaying a rustic sharpshooter in his most "besharam" film "Babumoshai Bandookbaaz", actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui's new projects are about exploring the unexplored.
Thank you for inspiring: B-Town to Daniel Thank you for inspiring: B-Town to Daniel
A string of Bollywood personalities like Rajkummar Rao, Hansal Mehta and Nimrat Kaur have expressed gratitude to Hollywood actor and three-time Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis, who announced his retirement from movies, for inspiring them.
I live in a noisy neighbourhood: Kalki Koechlin I live in a noisy neighbourhood: Kalki Koechlin
Actress Kalki Koechlin has turned lyricist with a new video, titled "Noise", in which she recites a poem written by her to "highlight the value of silence" in our lives. She says she lives in a noisy neighbourhood and sometimes feels like going to the mountains.
SRK to release film song with girls named ‘Sejal' SRK to release film song with girls named ‘Sejal'
Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who will be seen alongside Anushka Sharma in "Jab Harry met Sejal", will release the films first song, titled "Radha", here in the presence of a few girls named Sejal.
Spider-Man is one superhero I always wished to play: Tiger Shroff Spider-Man is one superhero I always wished to play: Tiger Shroff
Actor Tiger Shroff, who is the voice of Spider-Man in the Hindi version of "Spider-Man: Homecoming", says it is one superhero character he always wanted to play.
'Mubarakan' should be Arjun's most successful film: Anil Kapoor 'Mubarakan' should be Arjun's most successful film: Anil Kapoor
Actor Anil Kapoor, who will be sharing screen space with his nephew actor Arjun Kapoor in the forthcoming film "Mubarakan", says he wanted the movie to be Arjun's best and successful film ever.
Admire Jyotiraditya but remarks were unexpected: Madhur Bhandarkar Admire Jyotiraditya but remarks were unexpected: Madhur Bhandarkar
National Award-winning filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar, whose film "Indu Sarkar" is facing flak from the Congress, says he admires Congress spokesperson Jyotiraditya Scindia but the latter's remarks on the film and himself were unexpected.
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