Free Press Journal
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    Richa’s leggy poster for CABARET

    Richa Chadha and Gulshan Devaiah‘s CABARET has been on the floors since June 2015 and it seems the film is finally releasing soon. The makers released the first poster of the film today and it looks promising. The poster without revealing any actor or any face seems very enticing. It showcases a pair of female legs wearing a fishnet and shinny pointed heels with one leg on a disco ball. The leg

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    Saqib won’t work in regional films for money’s sake

    Actor Saqib Saleem, whose sibling Huma Qureshi is making inroads into southern cinema with Malayalam film “White”, says he will not venture into regional cinema for the sake of money. At the same time, he is sure about trying his hand at diverse films.

  • Karan Johar heaps praise on KI AND KA

    Karan Johar, whose recent family venture “Kapoor and Sons” proved a major box office hit, says R. Balki’s yet to be released “Ki and Ka” tells a very “unusual story”.

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    John impressed with Sonakshi’s action in FORCE2

    The mighty hulk of Bollywood seems to be impressed by his co-star for performing challenging stunts for FORCE 2. Talking about the asliSona, Sonakshi Sinha, he said, “Sonakshi is very sweet, she’s a fantastic co-star, one of my best co-stars and the work that she has done in ‘Force 2′, I really like action and especially the action that she has done, this girl absolutely has got no fear.”

  • What surprise will Konkana spring next?

    Born to a family of intellectuals, poets, writers and actors, Konkana Sen Sharma is the third actress to join this trinity. She stayed with her mother, Aparna Sen from the age of six as her parents were divorced. As a result of that, she grew up watching a lot of international films and visiting film sets with her mother.

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    Big B misses B-Town’s ‘innocent, fun’ times on Holi

    On Holi, megastar Amitabh Bachchan reminisced about not just some of the best days that he had playing the festival of colours, but also the times when the Hindi film fraternity members were used to “losing their status and position to become one” for fun.

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    Deepika Padukone: Beautiful inside-out

    Bollywood’s reigning Numero Uno heroine will soon give Hollywood hotties a run for their money! Yet her willingness to work hard and determination to reach greater heights are undiminished. Whether eating healthy or thinking healthy, she shares her tips in an interaction with Cine Blitz.

  • Live long with Japanese diet

    Tokyo: Close adherence to Japanese diet may reduce the risk of death from all causes and mortality from cardiovascular disease, particularly stroke, a new study has claimed.

  • After WhatsApp, Facebook to shun BlackBerry

    New York: It is not just WhatsApp that decided to end support for BlackBerry OS 10 services by the end of 2016, Facebook too is leaving the BlackBerry platform after announcing to discontinue support of its application programming interfaces (APIs) for BlackBerry. The Canada-based firm is disappointed.

  • Clothes that can clean themselves with light:Coming soon

    Melbourne: A spot of sunshine is all it could take to clean your clothes within minutes, as scientists, including those of Indian-origin, have developed a low-cost, efficient way to grow nanostructures on textiles that can degrade organic matter when exposed to light.

  • Why men die earlier than women

    Washington DC: Hey men, your pretentious toughness is taking away years from your life. A new study has found that the tougher men think they are, the less likely they are to be honest with their doctors.

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    Cheerfulness: A Divine Gift

    A poet wrote: “A laugh will always win; if you can’t laugh, just grin.” In ancient stories we read that kings used to maintain court “Jesters” and “Vidushakas” to make them laugh and keep them in good humour. Tenali Raman was a famous character in the court of Krishnadevaraya; Birbal in the court of Akbar. Their cranky slanting remarks created flutter and laughter driving away all seriousness. Cheerfulness is a divine gift

  • Sexual harassment making online women gamers invisible

    New York: While many women gamers can shrug off much of the trash talk they hear while playing online video games, sexual harassment sticks with them even when they are offline — a major factor that is rendering female gamers invisible in the online gaming community, says a study.

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    Pope to wash feet of Muslim, Orthodox, Hindu migrants

    Vatican City – Pope Francis heads to a refugee center to wash and kiss the feet of Muslim, Orthodox, Hindu and Catholic migrants in a gesture of welcome at a time when anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant sentiment has spiked following the Brussels and Paris attacks.

  • Only Muslim lawyers in Malaysian Sharia courts

    Kuala Lumpur: In a landmark decision, a Malaysian court today ruled that only Muslims can practise as lawyers in Sharia courts in the multi-ethnic Muslim-majority country.

  • Global adspend to reach USD 561 billion this year

    Mumbai: The global advertising spend is expected to increase by 4.4 per cent to USD 561 billion this year, with mobile being the prime driver of online growth going forward, says marketing intelligence firm Warc.

  • Akhilesh’s ‘holi gift’ to Vrindavan widows

    Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav gave “holi gift” to Vridavan widows by announcing a number of facilities for them including RO water purifying system and solar power plant.

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    Sheena case: Peter Mukerjea files another bail application

    Mumbai – Media baron Peter Mukerjea, arrested in the Sheena Bora murder case, has filed a second bail plea, contending that the charge sheet doesn’t have “reasonable grounds” to hold him guilty.