Free Press Journal
  • Ulta Pulta: Hail the new era in Indian sports

    V Gangadhar reminiscences about the week that was – a week that brought two medals to India from the land of Olympics and new sporting events that seem to be lurking on the horizon.  

  • Fashion trends: Women in pantsuits

    Some attire just makes you stand out. You are a different person once you don those clothes. Suits (that too well-cut ones) are precisely those. Nothing can exude power like a suit. And women wearing suits are just from another world itself. Yet, one has to know the latest trends and the way to wear it to look perfectly drop-dead gorgeous in it.

  • All my roles had potential to stereotype me: Swara

    Mumbai: Swara Bhaskar has created a niche for herself even by playing supporting roles in films like “Tanu Weds Manu” and “Raanjhanaa” and admits that every role that she has done so far had the potential to stereotype her.

  • Quality of TV reality shows fading away: Jaspinder Narula

    Bollywood playback singer Jaspinder Narula is not impressed with the reality show culture prevalent in India at the moment, and says it has gone over the top. She added that she prefers to maintain her distance from such shows as she “doesn’t want to encourage the children for the wrong path”.

  • Rahul Gandhi only confirming allegations against him, says BJP on RSS row

    New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday said that Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi’s constant attacking of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) displays his mindset that seems to confirm the allegations against him, adding that he should speak something based on truth, otherwise people will doubt his credibility.

  • Zoya open to directing limited series for TV

    Having impressed the audience with her movies, filmmaker Zoya Akhtar is also open to directing a limited series for television. The “Dil Dhadakne Do” helmer said while she is open to doing a TV show, she is currently busy scripting two web series with filmmaker Reema Kagti.

  • Self Defence should be taught in school: Sonakshi

    With a power packed film coming up soon, Sonakshi Sinha is promoting self defence tutoring in school. AKIRA, in which Sonakshi plays a college girl who battles bullies and corrupt cops in the film. In the film, Sonkashi had to perform high octane stunts in the film. Talking about her role in the film, “Self Defence should be a subject in school. Akira’s father in the film could

  • “Anxiety kicks in… when you want to hold on!”

    If Sushant Singh Rajput has a secret mantra for getting to the top, everyone wants to know it. Clearly his success is not the only thing that has us all clued in – the man has been more in the news, than perhaps he even wants to. So let’s get to the hunk with our many questions..

  • Dipa Karmakar welcomes PM Modi’s Olympics task force

    Agartala: India’s gymnastics heroine Dipa Karmakar has welcomed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement of setting up a task force to prepare an action plan for the next three Olympic Games, and expressed hope that it would yield positive results and the country would get many medals in the upcoming Summer Games.

  • Tribute to Hrishikesh Mukherjee, he gives Hindi cinema a new definition

    Hrishikesh Mukherjee who started his career as an assistant director to Bimal Roy ventured into films with ‘Musafir’ in 1957. He also directed movies like Satyakam, Chupke Chupke, Anupama, Anand, Abhimaan, Guddi, Golmaal, Aashirwad, Bawarchi, Kissi Se Na Kehna, and Namak Haram.