Free Press Journal
  • Madaari, Irrfan Khan’s next is based on a real life incident

    Irrfan Khan is a performer who never stops surprising his audience. In PIKU and TALVAR he bowled us over with his dashing performance and with MADAARI he will do it again. Directed by Nishikant Kamat, the film is based on a real life incident that resulted in people getting injured and it also led to losses of lives.

  • Gulshan dives into depression?

    Gulshan Devaiah has always earned the repute of being an aced actor with a charm on screen. Last seen in the role of Mandar in HUNTERRR, he is now playing the role of an investigative journalist in Cabaret opposite Richa Chadha. As a requirement for his role, Gulshan was to play a person who’s depressed and is a loner. For the role preparation, Gulshan who is otherwise a social drinker took to

  • Two teachers work on Ayushman Khurrana’s Bengali dialect for Meri Pyari Bindu

    The multi-talented AyushmannKhurrana, who is all set to charm the audiences in his upcoming film MERI PYARI BINDU (in which he has been paired opposite Parineeti Chopra), will be seen as an urbane Bengali gentleman from Kolkata in the film. In order to get his character’s nuances right, Ayushmann Khurrana has been taking Bengali lessons from two teachers viz., Professor Mitra from Delhi and actor Shamoun Ahmed from Kolkata.

  • Real and reel M S Dhoni to come together

    Why would the real Dhoni make an appearance in the film that’s being made on him? And when would the real M S Dhoni and the reel M S Dhoni, Sushant Singh Rajput be seen together?

  • JD(U) MLC’s son shoots youngster dead in road rage incident

    Gaya: A 20-year-old youth was shot dead allegedly by the son of a woman JD(U) legislator in a road rage incident here, triggering protests by opposition BJP. Aditya Kumar Sachdeva was shot dead allegedly by Rocky Kumar Yadav, son of JD(U) MLC Manorama Devi, following a scuffle over the youngster and his friends overtaking their Range Rover SUV near the police lines here around 8 last evening.

  • Instant messaging apps help elderly remain connected

    New Delhi: When Aditya Dubey took up a job in Sydney five years ago, his elderly parents had mixed feelings — they were happy for his success, but saddened by the fact that he would be so far away and practically inaccessible. There was, of course, the telephone, but even the weekly calls were a financial burden.

  • Swaraj seeks report from LG on Belgian woman molestation case

    New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today sought a report from Delhi Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung on the alleged molestation of a 23-year-old Belgian woman by a cab driver in the national capital last  night.

  • Narendra Modi

    Kerala polls: Rampant corruption left Congress with mere 40 seats, says PM

    Kuttanad (Kerala): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday took a swipe at the Congress party during his address in Kerala’s Kuttanad ahead of the state assembly polls, saying there was a time when former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi used to win more than 400 seats in Parliament, but, now the grand old party has been reduced to mere 40 seats.

  • Does Moon affect our mood?

    New Delhi: Always surrounded by an aura of mystery, the moon and its possible influence over human behaviour has been object of ancestral fascination and mythical speculation for centuries. While the full moon cannot turn people into werewolves, some people do accuse it of causing a bad night’s sleep or creating physical and mental alterations. But is there any science behind these myths?

  • Prostitution racket busted; five women rescued

    Bengaluru: Five women were rescued and six persons were arrested after a prostitution racket operating from a lodge here was busted, police said today. Acting on a tip-off, the Central Crime Branch of the city police raided a lodge yesterday and rescued five women,  they said, adding four women hail from Kolkata and one is from Mysuru.

  • Nearly 7 lakh people employed under PMEGP: Kalraj Mishra

    Srinagar: Nearly seven lakh people have been employed in over 92000 units established under Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP) in the country during the last two years, Union Minister Kalraj  Mishra said today.

  • Orgasmic birth on the rise

    London: Most mothers will not describe giving birth as an “orgasmic” experience, but apparently, it can be. Now, a recent study suggests that an increasing number of women are having “birthgasms”.