Free Press Journal
  • Pak has to ensure peaceful atmosphere for talks: India

    New Delhi: India today said it was ready for talks with Pakistan on any issue provided that country creates an atmosphere for fruitful dialogue and stop taking help of violence and terrorism.

  • Congress gifted Rs 36 lakh cr to corporates during UPA rule: BJP

    New Delhi: Rejecting Rahul Gandhi’s allegations that NDA government was favouring select business houses, BJP today accused the Congress of gifting over Rs 36 lakh crore to corporates by waiving their loans when UPA was in power for 10 years.

  • “People can’t digest the format of our show”, says Bharti Singh

    Initially, it had the highest TRPs but there were few who created controversies regarding the show without any valid reason to gain publicity, says Bharti Singh while speaking to Dhrithi Sudhakar Gulvadi about the impending departure of Comedy Nights Bachao Taaza

  • All is well between Ranbir and Sanjay, says Rajkumar Hirani

    Filmmaker Rajkumar Hirani says for the forthcoming biopic on Sanjay Dutt, Ranbir Kapoor spends a lot of time with the actor, contrary to some reports that the “Khalnayak” star is “avoiding him”. There were reports that Dutt was avoiding Ranbir, according to PTI.

  • Films are to entertain, an outdated concept: Ram Gopal Varma

    The concept that films are made for entertainment is outdated, says filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma. “The primary job of any filmmaker is to entertain. I don’t believe in this concept because it’s outdated, and I think even a tweet can entertain audiences nowadays. Sometimes, an idea of working on a story can be more entertaining than the film itself,” Varma told IANS.

  • Smiling Woman of Banda celebrates India’s very own brand of feisty feminism

    Film-maker Anjali Bhushan may have had a dark, bitter experience with Leslee Udwin, the British producer of the controversial documentary “India’s Daughter” about the Nirbhaya gang-rape case, whom she has accused in a Delhi court of criminal breach of trust and fraud.

  • SRK and Karan Johar to host 62nd Jio Filmfare Awards 2017

    Mumbai: With their witty one-liners and charm, superstar Shah Rukh Khan and filmmaker Karan Johar will add spunk to the 62nd Jio Filmfare Awards 2017 as co-hosts of the event, which recognises and honours the best talent in Hindi cinema.

  • Anushka’s philosophical connect with SRK

    Anushka Sharma has teamed up with Shah Rukh Khan for the third time in Imtiaz Ali’s upcoming film and the actress says over the years they have come to share a great friendship. Anushka, who made her Bollywood debut opposite SRK in “Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi” and worked with him again on “Jab Tak Hai Jaan”, says she connects with the actor philosophically.

  • Noise meters procured & given to police stations: Mah tells High Court

    Mumbai: Maharashtra government today assured the Bombay High Court there would be no violation of noise pollution rules on Christmas and New Year’s eve as it has procured and distributed decibel meters to all police stations, by which noise levels would be measured.

  • Dangal Review: B-Town celebs praise Aamir Khan’s ‘Dangal’

    Mumbai: Popular Bollywood celebrities like Salman Khan, Juhi Chawla and Sonakshi Sinha have lauded superstar Aamir Khan’s latest sports-drama “Dangal” calling it a “superlative” and “perfect” film.

  • Hope ‘Sarbjit’ goes on to win Oscar: Randeep Hooda

    New Delhi: Actor Randeep Hooda, whose film “Sarbjit” has made it to an initial list of 336 feature films eligible for Best Picture in 2016 at the upcoming 89th Academy Awards, is hoping that it wins the Oscar.