Free Press Journal
  • Sad that Karan Johar has to prove his patriotism: Shyam Benegal

    Coming out in support of Karan Johar, veteran director Shyam Benegal today said it is sad that the “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” filmmaker had to reiterate his patriotism. Johar made a video appeal yesterday to those protesting the release of his directorial venture because it has Pakistani actor Fawad Khan. Raj Thackeray-led MNS has threatened to stall the movie’s release on October 28.

  • ‘I am an Allahabadi goonda’ says Justice Katju

    Mumbai: Jumping into the controversy about permitting Pakistani artistes to perform in India, retired Supreme Court judge Justice Markandey Katju on Wednesday sharply targeted the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) which is stalling the release of Karan Johar’s upcoming film “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil”.

  • It is nice to be liked: Rahul Khanna

    If Vinod Khanna was the sexiest thing that happened to Bollywood in 70s, his son Rahul Khanna is clearly hot property even today. Despite the fact that he hasn’t had many releases that really stick to our heart, he has been the most endearing person on social media. While he was trending last month, today the media is asking him only one question – how does it feel to be touted as

  • Urvashi isn’t winning hearts!

    She is stunning, she is hot, she is everything a guy will want but apparently she is not winning hearts of her house help! Yes, the lady with the whole gorgeousness quotient hitting skies apparently is too tight-fisted for her house-help to like her.

  • Tisca Chopra shares her mother story

    There is love and then there is a mother’s love. There are many times that juggling becomes tough but when that happens think about the gorgeous Tisca Chopra and well, breathe!

  • Who says only actors can talk style in Bollywood?

    You have loved his songs, and now hear about his style, singer Benny Dayal who has a very distinctive style shared with us all about the way he likes to get his look together. The singer has been known for his quirky styles when he takes the stage for his shows but not many know that he isn’t waiting for a stylist to put those looks together for him.

  • Dear Zindagi seems to be a lifeline for the Box Office

    There hasn’t been a film for some time now that has really made an impact. Given the way English Vinglish was accepted and loved, all eyes are on Dear Zindagi. People are waiting to see if Gauri Shinde’s first film was a fluke or if she can recreate that magic with Shah Rukh Khan and Alia Bhatt.

  • Kajol has been Ajay Devgn’s strength

    With the many marriages falling apart in this industry, there has been one that has stuck through the thick and thin, we are talking about Ajay Devgn and Kajol. When they got married people kept waiting for them to fall apart because clearly they were too different from each other. Their conduct, their ways, their kind of films everything from different.

  • Migraine linked to microbes in your mouths: study

    New York: Researchers have found that the mouths of migraine sufferers harbour significantly more microbes with the ability to modify nitrates than people who do not get migraine headaches, reports IANS. “There is this idea out there that certain foods trigger migraines– chocolate, wine and especially foods containing nitrates,” said study first author Antonio Gonzalez from University of California San Diego in the US.

  • Hearing disabilities is linked to your brain, not ears: study

    Washington: Do you ask people to repeat their words during conversation? Researchers at the University of Maryland have determined that something is going on in the brains of typical older adults that cause them to struggle to follow speech amidst background noise, even when their hearing would be considered normal on a clinical assessment, reports ANI.

  • Kajol tries teaching Marathi to Ajay Devgn but fails terribly

    Ajay Devgn and Kajol are on the promotional spree for Ajay’s upcoming film Shivaay. As Kajol is handling the marketing, she is making sure they reach as many places as possible to promote their film.

  • Roman coins ID’d in Japanese ruins, but their origin baffles

    Tokyo: The eyes of a visiting archaeologist lit up when he was shown the 10 tiny, tarnished discs that had sat unnoticed in storage for two and a half years at a dig on a southern Japan island. He had been to archaeological sites in Italy and Egypt, and recognized the “little round things” as old coins, including a few likely dating to the Roman Empire, reports AP.

  • Scientists find no link between appetite and calorie intake

    London: The food marketed as having appetite-modifying properties does not alter our calorie intake as there is no link between how hungry we feel and the amount of calories we consume, according to a new study, says PTI.

  • Delhi HC rejects Kejriwal’s stay plea in criminal defamation case

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday dismissed Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s plea for a stay on trial court proceedings in a criminal defamation case filed against him and five other AAP leaders by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in the wake of DDCA controversy.

  • Human facial expressions not universal: study

    Washington: Human facial expressions are not as universal as previously thought, a new study suggests, contradicting the conventional view that the expressions of our face have same meanings regardless of location or culture, according to PTI.

  • Surveen Chawla diagnosed with malaria

    With her last release Parched receiving critical acclaim, Surveen Chawla was enjoying a short break in Sydney. But, she had to cut short her trip as she fell ill. Test reports suggested that she had been diagnosed with Malaria.