Free Press Journal
  • In pictures: Kunal Kapoor inspiring body transformation

    Kunal Kapoor last movie was Gauri Shinde’s critically acclaimed Dear Zindagi but before Dear Zindagi Kunal was doing Veeram for which he went under body transformation and changed his look completely. Taking us through his amazing journey towards fitness, Kunal took to his Instagram to post a collage chronicling the secret to his perfect muscular body. Captioned as, “6 months, 23 days, 12 hours and 232 protein shakes later! #transform,” the click

  • Munde slams Fadnavis over loan waiver remark; din in Council

    Mumbai: Opposition members today created ruckus in the Maharashtra Legislative Council over Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’ statements over the farm loan waiver issue. Speaking in the Assembly yesterday Fadnavis had sought to know from the Opposition if it can guarantee that no farmer suicides will take place if a debt waiver is announced. He had also accused Opposition Congress-NCP of shedding “crocodile tears” over the plight of farmers.

  • Saudi king cancels Maldives visit over swine flu fears

    Male: The Saudi king has cancelled a scheduled visit to the politically-troubled atoll nation of the Maldives because of an outbreak of swine flu in its capital, the government in Male announced today. The Maldives was to be the final stop in the monarch’s ongoing Asian tour that has already taken him to Malaysia, Indonesia, China and Japan.

  • Centre should make law for construction of Ram Temple: VHP

    Ranchi: A Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader today said the Centre make a law for the construction of Ram Temple in Ayodhya. “The Hindu Samaj will not accept any more delay in the construction of Ram Temple. The Centre should make a law for its construction,” VHP’s International Joint General Secretary Surendra Kumar Jain told a press conference here. The Ram Temple is the country’s “symbol of pride and self-respect”, Jain said

  • Criticism over my acting will affect me: Amit Sadh

    Actor Amit Sadh, who is gearing up for the release of his upcoming film “Sarkar 3”, says getting criticised over his acting skills will affect him rather than a comment on his fashion sense. “Firstly, I am not a celebrity. I don’t know what a celebrity is. Kim Kardashian is a celebrity, not me. I am an actor,” Amit said. Talking about dressing up, the actor said: “Yes, I have had good

  • No clue so far about two missing Indian clerics: Pakistan

    Lahore/New Delhi: Pakistan today said it has no clue so far about the two Indian clerics, including the 80-year-old head priest of New Delhi’s Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah, who went missing in the country.

  • When Thor thought Marvel had fired him…

    Actor Chris Hemsworth thought he had been fired when his Marvel character Thor didn’t appear in “Captain America: Civil War”. The 2016 movie featured most of the cast of Marvel’s ensemble cast “The Avengers”, including Captain America played by Chris Evans, Iron Man essayed by Robert Downey Jr, Black Widow by Scarlett Johansson and Hawkeye played by Jeremy Renner, but Thor did not make an appearance. Speaking about his omission from the

  • For Evans, its ‘tough’ to date a person outside industry

    Chris Evans finds it “tough” to date anyone who is not from the film industry as he believes at times it gets difficult for them to understand actors and their schedules. The 35-year-old star says there is a “certain shared life experience” among himself, his fellow actors and filmmakers which is a bit difficult for others to fully understand, reported Femalefirst. “There’s a certain shared life experience that is tough for someone

  • One tweet and Henry Cavill is in…

    Actor Henry Cavill is teaming up with Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise for the sixth instalment in “Mission Impossible” series. Director Christopher McQuarrie took to Instagram to break the news that the “Superman” star will be joining the American action spy movie with Cruise in the lead. “Say, @henrycavill. Had a thought. Curious if you’re interested in a role in the 6th installment of Mission: Impossible. No pressure,” wrote McQuarrie, alongside his open

  • Shabana, Lillete say yes to Aparna Sen without hearing script

    Veteran filmmaker Aparna Sen says actresses Shabana Azmi and Lillete Dubey agreed to be a part of her upcoming English directorial “Sonata” without even listening to the script. The filmmaker, who also stars alongside Shabana and Lillete in the movie, says she is having a great time working with the two as they bring to the table something that is beyond anyone’s expectations.  “Both of them just accepted the roles without listening

  • Vaani Kapoor: Dark temptation!

    Actress Vaani Kapoor walked the ramp for designer Rina Dhaka at Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn Winter (AIFW A/W 2017). Clad in a jet black faux fur, body-hugging, floor-touching dress, Vaani walked the ramp with confidence in smokey eyed makeup. Ready to wear her ensemble for a cocktail party, Vaani says her idea of fashion is very basic.

  • The proud Godfather-less child

    Kriti walks the ramp for Sukriti & Aakriti at the India Beach Fashion Week 2017

  • Ranveer Singh is unrecognizable in his Sardar look

    We have come across the varied avatars of Ranveer Singh in not just films but also commercials. The actor, uninhibitedly has experimented with his looks and his recent campaign for a travel website will definitely leave you in splits.

  • Restaurateurs insist on keeping right to restroom admission reserved

    New Delhi: The order imposed on South Delhi restaurants to open their restrooms to the general public has not gone down well with the owners, who welcome the move only with a few qualifications. The South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) on Wednesday passed an order which directed all the restaurants (with restroom facilities) in its jurisdiction to be opened to the general public at a maximum charge of Rs 5.

  • TMC to challenge High Court order for CBI probe into Narada sting op

    Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today said the TMC and her government will challenge the Calcutta High Court order for a preliminary enquiry by the CBI into the Narada sting operation purportedly showing some party leaders accepting money. “Of course our party and government will go to the Supreme Court for justice. If we think we have not got justice, we have the right to go to the higher court,”

  • New Uttar Pradesh CM to take oath on 19 March, MLAs meet tomorrow

    Lucknow/New Delhi: Suspense remained on BJP’s chief ministerial pick in Uttar Pradesh as newly-elected MLAs were all set to meet here tomorrow to elect the leader, with Union Minister Manoj Sinha among the frontrunners.