Free Press Journal
  • Bhumi Pednekar can’t gauge Akshay Kumar, yet

    Bhumi Pednekar is on her 3rd film, though her 2nd is yet to release there, everyone is curious about her third… why wouldn’t they be after all she costars Akshay Kumar in the film, titled Toilet Ek Prem Katha.

  • The Roshans are impressed with Yami Gautam

    When they announced that Hrithik Roshan would be starring opposite Yami Gautam for Kaabil, we knew Gautam had hit gold. It was a big fat chance to make it bigger than she might have ever thought possible.

  • Sujoy Ghosh’s unfulfilled dream…

    Sujoy Ghosh might be reeling with pressure, figuring out last minute details of the many things that will go into releasing Kahani 2, this December.

  • Vidya Balan can’t memorise speech

    There are very few in Bollywood who don’t need to be told what to speak, they do it, effortlessly and beautifully. Vidya Balan is certainly one of those names. “Ever since I first faced the media, it was felt as if I was born to do it,” exclaimed Vidya whose film Kahani 2, will be released in the next couple of weeks.

  • Hope Kahaani 2 will do well for me: Arjun Rampal

    Actor Arjun Rampal says “Kahaani 2” is a big film for him and he hopes it does well for his career. In the Sujoy Ghosh directed sequel, actress Vidya Balan is back as Vidya Bagchi alias Durga Rani Singh, while Arjun, who plays a cop, is a new entrant, says PTI.

  • Style sense of Alia Bhatt

    Alia Bhatt is going places, like her costar, Shah Rukh Khan hoped she doesn’t grow too far too soon, we aren’t really afraid cause she sure has a good head on her shoulders and extremely well-tailored clothes on her body.

  • Alia doesn’t want to move beyond performance-oriented roles

    Actress Alia Bhatt has taken superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s advice seriously that she should move beyond performance-oriented roles. SRK and Alia recently appeared on “Koffee with Karan” TV show together where the 51-year-old said that the young actress is “too good, too soon”, according to PTI.

  • Demonetisation: Congress leaders stashed Rs 12Lakh crore, PM turned it into scrap- Amit Shah

    Ahmedabad: Launching a fierce attack on the Congress, especially on Rahul Gandhi, amid the demonetisation debate, BJP chief Amit Shah today alleged that the leaders of that party had accumulated Rs 12 lakh crore during the UPA rule through “corrupt” means, which he said was turned into “paper scrap” overnight by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • India to see 10 percent salary increase in 2017

    New Delhi: Salaries are expected to rise by 10 percent in 2017, while star performers will attract much more as companies are discernibly prioritizing such employees, says a report, says PTI.

  • Nerve growth protein controls blood sugar

    New York: In a development that could potentially lead to new treatments for diabetes, researchers have found that a protein that regulates the development of nerve cells also plays a role in prompting cells in the pancreas to release insulin, a hormone that helps to maintain a normal level of blood sugar, says IANS.

  • New super paramagnetic crystals to manage future drug delivery

    Beijing: Researchers have developed new super paramagnetic crystals that could zip down drugs around your body, revolutionizing drug delivery to tumors and other sites in the body that need to be targeted precisely, according to IANS.

  • Researchers find ‘sweet’ solution to purify contaminated water

    Toronto: Indian-origin researchers at York University in Toronto have developed a solution for water treatment that uses only naturally available antimicrobial substances and sugar, says IANS. The paper strip solution called “DipTreat” is laced with sugar to kill E. coli bacteria in contaminated water.

  • Demonetisation riles opposition, may rock GST boat

    New Delhi: Opposition parties gearing up to take on the government on its demonetisation move during the winter session of Parliament has placed a question mark on the future of the proposed Goods and Services Tax (GST).

  • Demonetisation: Rumours of ban on Rs 10 coin triggers panic in Odisha

    Bhubaneswar: At a time when the Centre is trying to curb fake currency notes by demonetising Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 denomination notes, a rumour has spread across Odisha that Rs 10 coins had been declared invalid by the Reserve Bank of India.