Free Press Journal
  • Deepti Naval would love to portray Lata Mangeshkar in a film

    Talking about her new show, actress Deepti Naval said, “The show is not based on Lata ji and Asha ji. There seems to be a similarity between the two stories, but the story of the show is totally different. Though, if given a chance, I would love to play Lata Mangeshkar some time, may be on the big screen,”

  • Omung Kumar’s dedication towards SARBJIT 

    Omung Kumar who irecently wrapped up the third schedule for his upcoming biopic SARBJITwas seen having some tough times during the shoot in Punjab.  No we aren’t talking here about any production glitches but about his ailing health issues. The national award winning director Omung Kumar who is known to be exceptionally dedicated and hardworking in nature, fell prey of severe health issues during his Punjab schedule.

  • Our films are becoming real; so are the women” 

    Films are a reflection of society and the new age woman has influenced cinema in a big way, believes TIGMANSHU DHULIA. In a candid chat with VIRAJ SAWANT, he tells us why we should be welcoming this wholeheartedly.

  • India drags US to WTO over work visas

    New York: India has dragged the US to the top global trade arbiter over a dispute on temporary working visas, the World Trade Organisation said on Friday.

  • Here’s what keeping Deepika busy in Toronto 

    Deepika Padukone may be away from the country shooting for her Hollywood debut, XXX in Toronto. But post pack up, the actress is back in the Bollywood zone. The actress has a lot of Bollywood film scripts that she has to read and decide.

  • Rupee at 2-1/2 mth high of 67.08, up 26 paise

    Mumbai: Extending its rally for the sixth straight session, the rupee today surged to a fresh 2-1/2 month high of 67.08 by gaining another 26 paise against the American currency on persistent selling of dollars by banks and exporters.

  • Shabana, Sushmita back #StandWithAGirl initiative

    New Delhi: Celebrated women from Indian showbiz — Shabana Azmi, Sushmita Sen, Gul Panag and Dia Mirza — have lent their support to National Geographic channel’s #StandWithAGirl initiative, which begins with the television premiere of “He Named Me Malala” on International Women’s Day on March 8.

  • The Bachchans and their Benaras connection 

    Abhishek Bachchan has been inspiring the youth with his commitment and passion towards sports in the country. The actor has been going all out to promote any new and upcoming talent not only in the field of sports but in other fields as well. Abhishek who has become the face of many sporting events like Pro-Kabbadi League and Indian Super League recently went out of his way to promote the literary arts.

  • Gaurav & Patralekhaa’s sizzling chemistry 

    Patralekhaa’s bollywood debut was quiet a different one from her second film, LOVE GAMES. She starred in the film, CITYLIGHTS and played the role of a simple village girl who moves to a city with her husband. The new trailer of her upcoming film, LOVE GAMES which is directed by Vikram Bhatt, looks like it’ll give the young actress an image make-over.

  • Special Editions Revealed at Geneva Motor Show 2016

    The ongoing auto extravagance in Switzerland is expected to attract more than 700,00 people between March 3-13, 2016. Considered to be one of the top five auto shows in the world gives no reason to the manufacturers from around the world to miss this platform. Automakers besides revealing their new production ready cars and concepts, are also wrapping up the curtains from their special editions at the event. So let’s take a

  • Movie Review: Zootopia – A fable for fractious times 

    Cast: Ginnifer Goodwin,Jason Bateman, Idris Elba, Jenny Slate,Nate Torrence, Bonnie Hunt (voices) 
    Directors: Byron Howard & Rich Moore
    Written for the screen by Phil Johnston,Byron Howard and Rich Moore’s Zootopia is a contemporary fable fleshed out by memorable creatures in a metaphor that is 100 percent relevant to our fractious, fractured times. The titular setting is a modern

  • Movie review: London has fallen – Breathless & thrilling 

    Cast: Gerard Butler,Aaron Eckhart,Morgan Freeman, Angela Bassett,Melissa Leo 
    Director: Babak Najafi
    Forget the Egyptian mythological mayhem currently unspooling in multiplexes. Babak Najafi’s action adventure has Gerard Butler doing what he does best: giving the audience a thrilling,paisa vasool experience. verily, I say unto you: this sequel to “Olympus Has Fallen ” will be a smash hit  (just like

  • State to release funds for infrastructure in POSCO court

    Mumbai: Maharashtra government today assured the Bombay High Court that it would release Rs 23 lakhs within three days to meet the expenses for providing infrastructure in a special court set up under Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POSCO) here.

  • Two Italian hostages freed in Libya: local official

    Tripoli: Two Italians kidnapped last July in Libya were freed today in a raid on Islamic State jihadist group hideouts in a city near the capital, an official said.