Free Press Journal
  • Is this really Kunaal Roy Kapur?!

    The makers of AZHAR have revealed Kunaal Roy Kapur’s incredible look from the film where he portrays the dramatized role of Azhar’s real life lawyer friend Reddy. Sporting a bald patch along with dentures to give his face an aged look, well aided by prosthetics, Kunaal is unrecognizable as Reddy and seems to have gone extra mile for his role.

  • Purab’s italian diaries

    Purab Kohli who is working day in and out to finish the pilot season of Nikhil Advani’s next, is now in Italy for the second schedule of his international TV series ‘Sense8’. It’s a 20 day long schedule and Purab being a true traveller, plans to expand a little more to explore the east of Europe. Apart from being busy shooting at picturesque locations, Purab has been taking out time to explore

  • ‘Not married!’ says Tamannaah

    Lately, the digital platform was flooded with reports that the gorgeous diva Tamannaah Bhatia is soon going to get married. The actress was allegedly reported to tie the knot with a computer engineer who she apparently has known for years.The news also provoked sparks on whether the actress will continue working post her marriage thereby making comparison with other south actress.

  • Why Dev Patel struggled…

    Dev Patel, who shot to fame with Danny Boyle’s SLUMDOG MILLIONAIRE, will be next seen playing the lead role in THE MAN WHO KNEW INFINITY, a film based on the life of mathematical genius Srinivasa Ramanujan and though Patel is being lauded for his performance in the film, not many might know that Dev actually is bad at math!Confirming the same, Dev admitted that while shooting the film, the makers had got

  • Digvijay Singh

    Kohinoor: Digvijaya criticises BJP for Centre’s stand in SC

    Guna (MP): Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh today criticised the BJP-led NDA government for its stand in the Supreme Court on the issue of bringing back the Kohinoor diamond from Britain. During the hearing of a PIL in the apex court, the Ministry of Culture has said Kohinoor cannot be said to be forcibly taken or stolen as it was given by the successors of Maharaja Ranjit Singh to East India Company in

  • Varun wraps in style!

    The star studded cast of DISHOOM called it a wrap today at a suburban studio in Mumbai.The team was shooting an intense scene, which leads to a high octane action sequence in the film.For the last scene, team DISHOOM recreated Dubai on their sets and the scene required everyone from the starcast which boasts name like John Abraham, Varun Dhawan and Jacqueline Fernandez.As soon as the last scene was shot, the team

  • Where did Sushant stay?

    Sushant Singh Rajput went to all extremes to get himself into the character of his next film where he essays the role of Indian Captain Cool, MS Dhoni. This name is extremely popular in almost every household and so Sushant felt it was important to do good amount of homework before playing the character. Before starting shoot, the actor spent few weeks with three roommates of Dhoni’s, who are still ticket collectors

  • Kanika Kapoor hops aboard

    Singer-composer Kanika Kapoor, who shot to fame with the chartbuster ‘Baby Doll…’(RAGINI MMS 2) followed by ‘Chittiyaan Kalaiyaan…’ (ROY), ‘Desi look…’(EK PAHELI LEELA) and ‘Kamlee…’ (HAPPY NEW YEAR) among several others, likes giving back to society.The gorgeous singer and entertainer recently travelled to Hyderabad for a fundraiser musical show that was held in association with the NGO, Magic Bus.

  • Solar power, boats, ham radio to aid voting in the Sundarbans

    Kolkata: Amped up with ham radio broadcasts, solar lights and fleets of boats, launches and steamers, the world’s largest mangroves, the Sundarbans, is gearing up to vote in the West Bengal assembly polls notwithstanding connectivity issues stemming from the archipelago’s remoteness and wild terrain.

  • NASA’s Fermi Telescope set to spot gravitational wave sources

    Washington: While the world celebrated the detection of gravitational waves in September last year, less than half a second later, the Gamma-ray Burst Monitor (GBM) on NASA’s Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope picked up a brief, weak burst of high-energy light consistent with the same part of the sky.

  • Thailand asks India to deport woman wanted for smuggling

    Bangkok: Thailand has requested India to deport a Bhutanese woman detained in New Delhi for her alleged involvement in a drug trafficking network, that also includes Indians, after a gang member’s body was found in a suitcase in a canal here.

  • Dinosaurs in decline long before asteroid impact

    London: Dinosaurs were already in a decline millions of years before the asteroid impact that finally caused their extinction, a new research revealed.

  • Your voice can be tool to influence others

    Washington D.C: Why is it that some speakers influence us powerfully, while others with good voices don’t? According to a recent study, it is all about the pitch.

  • Nestle relaunches Maggi noodles in atta, oats variants

    New Delhi: Looking to claw back its market share in instant noodles segment, Nestle India has relaunched vegetable atta noodles and oats variants of Maggi. Besides, the company claimed that it has strengthened its leadership position in the category with more than 50 per cent market share after five months of the relaunch.

  • T. G. L. Iyer

    Change Is Always Inside

    To get to Amaranth cave, you have to travel through a difficult terrain of ascend and descend. But in the end there is excitement, sense of adventure and fulfillment. Life is similar. All of us encounter obstacles, problems and challenges. How to respond to them creates happiness or misery. The book of James says: “Dear brothers, is your life full of difficulties and temptations then be happy because if the path is

  • Work factors that predict sleep problems revealed

    Washington D.C: A recent research has revealed the specific psychological and social work factors that are associated with sleep problems.

  • “Report on Working of Ward Committees in the City of Mumbai and Civic Problems Registered by Citizens” 2016

    Mumbai, 19th April, 2016: Every year, Praja Foundation releases a report on the working of Ward Committees and Civic Problems in Mumbai. However, with every passing year the report shows the continued deteriorating condition of the administration of MCGM. This year too, the country’s richest Municipal Corporation showed an overall poor performance in the redressal of citizens’ civic complaints. The civic administration, which is a service providing body, has revealed itself to

  • People judge brands on how they sound

    Canada: Our feelings and intuitions play a key role in our liking or disliking a specific brand and brand managers should name a product keeping in mind that people associate certain sounds with nearness and some with distance, says a recent study.

  • Nitish Kumar

    Lalu, Tejaswi support Nitish’s call for RSS-free India

    Patna: RJD chief Lalu Prasad and his son and Bihar’s Deputy Chief Minister Tejaswi Yadav on Tuesday supported Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s stand that the need of the hour was an ‘RSS-mukt’ India.