Free Press Journal
  • “I am actually expecting National Award for Shah Rukh” Maneesh Sharma

    Thought SRK’s FAN opened to great reviews and appreciation for his performance in the film, the film failed to make an impact on the box office. Though Maneesh Sharma’s experiment with SRK did not work as planned, it changed the way the audience looks at the actor. Much praised for his role as Gaurav, the film put Shah Rukh back in the acting game.

  • Team Sarbjit pays homage to Sarbjit Singh

    Recently the makers of Omung Kumar’s SARBJIT held a low key event in Iskcon Temple Auditorium, Juhu where they paid homage to the slain farmer Sarbjit who had died on 2nd May, 2013.

  • SRK’s Raees to clash with Hrithik’s Kaabil and Ajay Devgn’s Badshaaho

    In a combined statement released by Ritesh Sidhwani, Shah Rukh Khan and FarhanAkhtar said, ‘It was not an easy decision to move the film. We understand that RAEES is highly anticipated. However, a film of such magnitude requires the appropriate showcasing and therefore, we have decided to shift our release date to 26th January 2017.’

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    Simhastha Stampede: 7 dead over 70 injured

    Ujjain: Atleast 7 people got killed with over 70 people injured in Simhastha Mahakumbh 2016 after Pandal Mahakumbh collapsed due to heavy rains in Ujjain Madhya Pradesh.

  • Manoj Bajpayee becomes a traffic cop for a day

    Soon to be seen playing a traffic cop in his upcoming film TRAFFIC, ManojBajpayee decided to turn traffic cop for a day. The 47-year-old actor wanted to “salute the spirit of these unsung heroes”.

  • TE3N is an ensemble of powerhouse performers

    Directed by Ribhu Dasgupta, TE3N stars Amitabh Bachchan, Vidya Balan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui, a dream cast of powerful performers. The makers have already released a few looks of the lead actors while on the shoot. With juts their looks they managed to create curiosity around the film.

  • Amitabh Bachchan leaves Taapsee Pannu awestruck

    Taapsee Pannu has had a lustrous career in the south and has been having a great run in the Hindi film industry. After an impressive action packed performance in BABY, Taapsee is ready to explore her dramatic side in ShoojitSircar’s next production titled PINK with none other than Amitabh Bachchan. For anyone who’s lived and grown up in India, Amitabh has been an iconic figure every aspiring actor has looked upto.

  • Go, glow… With Shahnaz Husain

    Shahnaz Husain has long been synonyms with hair and skin products. This summer Pratishtha Malhotra finds out what your holy grail should be from the expert herself.

  • Canadian to leave Nepal after visa revoked over tweets

    Kathmandu: A Canadian software developer who was ordered to leave Nepal over tweets deemed to “incite conflict” will fly home today after failing to win a reprieve from the country’s top court, his lawyer said.

  • Beijing’s population greying rapidly: Govt

    Beijing: As China faces demographic crisis with rapid rise in population of old age people, the national capital is feeling the heat with numbers of pension rs climbing up to 23.4 per cent of about 22 million population.

  • Pak court asks for information on release of arrested Indian

    Islamabad: A top Pakistani court has ordered authorities to provide information about the arrest and expected date of release of a 31-year-old Indian man arrested in 2012 for illegally entering the country from Afghanistan reportedly to meet a girl he had befriended online.

  • Dog’s heart beats in sync with its owner

    Melbourne: The bond between an owner and a pet dog is so strong that their hearts beat in sync with each other when they are reunited, a new study suggests. Researchers found that not only does our heart rate become lower when in the company of dogs – but so too does the canine’s – to the point where both heart rhythms mirror one another. In the study, three Australian dog owners

  • This mobile game can help fight dementia

    London: A newly developed smartphone game that tracks how the brain navigates may help scientists determine what goes wrong in the brain for people with dementia. The “Sea Hero Quest” game can ultimately lead to early detection of dementia as navigation problems may indicate onset of the disease. “Playing the game will help our scientists understand in detail how our brains navigate space, and help to build the largest crowd-sourced database on

  • Comet craters brought ‘seed of life’ on Earth

    London: Large meteorite and comet impacts in the sea created structures that provided conditions favourable for life on Earth, reveal geochemists from Trinity College Dublin in Ireland. Water then interacted with impact-heated rock to enable synthesis of complex organic molecules and the enclosed crater itself was a microhabitat within which life could flourish, said the team. It has long been suggested that the meteoritic and cometary material that bombarded early Earth delivered

  • Being overweight throughout shortens lifespan

    Washington DC: People with a heavy body shape from childhood up to middle age tend to die earlier than those who are lean for life, according to a recent study.