Free Press Journal
  • Anupama Chopra

    “We are not here to measure applause” 

    Her loyally followed, unpretentious yet astute film reviews do end up ruffling feathers. But if you can’t speak your truth, don’t do it -critic and author ANUPAMA CHOPRA shares her personal mantra with NICHOLA PAIS.

  • Esha Gupta

    Esha Gupta turns vegan 

    Esha Gupta is one of the fittest actresses in the industry. The talented actress has not only gone green but also given up milk and milk products. Esha, who has been a staunch supporter of PETA, had been contemplating to turn vegan since a long time now and has eventually done that. Esha wants to lead better life and therefore she turned vegan.

  • Shahrukh Khan

    Ranveer, SRK together in a film? 

    We hear that Aditya Chopra is keen on signing Shah Rukh Khan and RaRanveer Singh nveer Singh for his next film. SRK and Ranveer are considered to be YRF’s favourites and they both happen to be the industries loved actors. We can imagine the energy level shooting up on the sets already.

  • Who’s the toughest cop in town? 

    It’s no longer a secret that Priyanka Chopra will be starring in the sequel to the 2003 film, Gangajal. And a Prakash Jha film means politics, police and action.

  • Kunal Kohli

    Neither a win nor a defeat for Kunal Kohli 

    Director Kunal Kohli’s maiden acting venture PHIR SE has finally got a clean chit from the Supreme Court, after the Bombay High Court gave a green signal to the release of film. The Bombay High Court had put an interim stay on the release of the movie over plagiarism charges, filed by writer Jyoti Kapoor.

  • Anupam Kher

    I celebrate failure: Anupam Kher         

    Veteran actor Anupam Kher, who will be next seen in Neeraj Pandey’s film “MS Dhoni – The Untold Story”, says he celebrates failure and feels that it has an immense power to motivate. “I celebrate failure. Failure teaches you more than what success can in life. Failure motivates… It has power. Failure is multi dimensional and success is single dimensional,” Kher told PTI.

  • Nawaz Sharif,

    ‘Pak, India should set up mechanism for resolving differences’

    Washington:  India and Pakistan should sit together to set up a mechanism for resolving their differences instead of “maligning” each other, an aide of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said. Tariq Fatemi, Special Assistant to Sharif on Foreign Affairs, said that after the recent meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Sharif in Ufa, Pakistan is now looking forward to its National Security Adviser’s visit to New Delhi, which is exactly

  • Kumar Vishwas

    Kumar Vishwas ready for debate with Bassi: AAP

    New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Saturday said its leader Kumar Vishwas was ready to take on Delhi Police commissioner B.S. Bassi on behalf of Arvind Kejriwal in a public debate.

  • Phantoms

    Phantom – Political Thriller – Official Trailer 2015

    Phantom is a political thriller set in the volatile climate that exists in South Asia. Constant terror attacks against India have left the Indian people feeling vulnerable and angry.

  • Muslim school in UK bans pupils from meeting ‘outsiders’

    London: A Muslim boarding school in the UK has been found allegedly threatening its pupils against speaking to “outsiders”. An investigation by ‘Sky News’ found that the Institute of Islamic Education in Dewsbury, northern England, threatens to expel students if they mix with other children.

  • Passenger van washed away by floods in China, 4 killed  

    Beijing: Four people were killed and another went missing today when a minivan was washed away by rainstorm-triggered floods in China’s southern Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. The minivan, carrying 17 people, was passing an old bridge when it veered off, tumbled into the swelling river and was washed away by rushing torrents at midday.

  • Transgenders

    World’s first transgender model agency soon

    New York: A Bangkok-based firm will soon open the world’s first modelling agency in Los Angeles that will specially cater to transgender clients, the media reported.

  • ISIS

    Suspected Islamists kill ‘at least 21’ in NE Nigeria

    Maiduguri: At least 21 people were killed in a new attack by suspected Islamists in a village in northeastern Borno state, causing many to flee, residents said today. “The terrorists stormed Maikadiri around 9:00 am and opened fire on hapless citizens,” said resident Simon Templer.

  • Three killed as 5.5-magnitude quake jolts Pakistan

    Islamabad At least three people were killed when a moderate 5.5-magnitude earthquake jolted various parts of northern Pakistan early today. According to National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), the epicentre of the quake was 23 km north-east of capital Islamabad and it was 10 km deep.

  • Petrol pumps to remain shut for 6 hours in UP on Tuesday

    Kanpur: To protest against the VAT hike on petroleum products in the state, all petrol pumps in Uttar Pradesh will remain closed for six hours on Tuesday. Kanpur Petrol Diesel Dealers Association President Om Prakash Mishra today said a call for symbolic strike has been given by Uttar Pradesh Petroleum Traders’ Association on Tuesday under which petrol pumps will remain closed for six hours.

  • Pakistani Journalist Chand Nawab

    Pak journalist Chand Nawab requests Salman Khan to compensate

    Karachi: Pakistani television journalist Chand Nawab has requested the compensation from director Kabir Khan and Salman Khan for using a character in their latest blockbuster ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ which was inspired by him.