Free Press Journal
  • Trump asks 50 Obama appointees to continue

    Washington: US President-elect Donald Trump has asked roughly 50 senior Obama administration officials to remain in their roles in order to “ensure the continuity of government”, his incoming White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said.

  • Trump meets Obama at the White House

    Washington: Outgoing President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle warmly welcomed Donald Trump and his wife Melania at the White House just hours before the swearing-in of the 45th President of the US.

  • Kaabil making: Action of Hrithik Roshan is Kaabil-e-Tareef

    Kaabil is the movie which is based on love story of two blind people and it shows how visually impaired men take his revenge. That means there will be some good action sequence in the movie.

  • Films like ‘Haraamkhor’ keep actor within me alive: Nawazuddin Siddiqui

    Mumbai: Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui who has reportedly charged nothing but taken a token amount of one rupee for his latest release “Haraamkhor”, says that such films keep the actor in him alive. “It is very important for me to keep the actor alive within me. It should not go away from you.

  • Gaurav Chopra doesn’t watch Bigg Boss

    Bigg Boss 10 contestant Gaurav Chopra, who was recently evicted from the reality show, says he was offered the show five times before. But this time, things worked out and he ended up signing it.

  • Shashank Vyas is looking for Miss Right!

    Shashank Vyas, who is currently seen as Ravish in TV show Jana Na dil Se Door, is one of the most eligible bachelors in the television industry. But of late, the actor has been missing from the social circuit.

  • Singing live gives Shreya a high!

    Popular singer Shreya Ghoshal, known for her soulful playback singing in the Indian music industry, says she gets a different high when she gives live music performances. Shreya will be seen performing some of her famous songs like “Deewani Mastani”, “Mohe rang do” and “Sun raha hai na tu”, in the upcoming episode of a TV show.

  • Rahul Dholakia: The controversies’ child

    His movies have had political undertones and have often run into some trouble but filmmaker Rahul Dholakia says his intention behind “Raees” was to make a controversy-free film. Dholakia’s film “Parzania”, about a missing boy in Gujarat riots, had to face an unofficial ban in the state owing to its topic during its release.

  • Here is why Harshvardhan needs to stop trolling Diljit Dosanjh

    Harshvardhan Kapoor is trolling Diljit Dosanjh alleging that he didn’t deserve the Filmfare best debutante award since he has worked in Punjabi films before. Wonder why he didn’t complain when Diljit was nominated for the same award at the Stardust Awards (which was ‘won’ by Harshwardhan). The entire concept of award shows is ridiculous. They are at best entertainment programmes that serve some good humour and fine performances. Yes you also get to see

  • Shah Rukh reveals one vital scene from Raees 5 days before it’s release!

    The soon to release Shah Rukh Khan starrer Raees has been gathering steam ever since its announcement. Now as we approach the film’s release date Shah Rukh has been vigorously promoting his film. But, on a recent interview while talking about Raees, Shah Rukh revealed a sequence that we can expect to see on the big screen.

  • ‘Maaya’ not inspired by ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’: Vikram Bhatt

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Vikram Bhatt, who explores the theme of BDSM — a variety of erotic practices or role playing involving bondage, discipline, dominance and submission — in a new web-series titled “Maaya”, says it’s anything but inspired by international film “Fifty Shades of Grey”.

  • ‘Welcome J&K resolution move for return of Kashmiri Pandits’

    Vadodara: Kashmiri Sabha, an organisation representing Kashmiri Pandits settled in the city, today welcomed the move of Jammu and Kashmir Assembly to unanimously pass a resolution for creating a conducive atmosphere for the return of Kashmiri Pandits to the Valley.

  • There’s visible evolution in Indian fashion: Tarun Tahiliani

    New Delhi: Veteran fashion designer Tarun Tahiliani, who has been in the industry for over two decades, says there’s a definite evolution in the sense of style among people, given their increasing exposure.