Free Press Journal
  • Siddharth Kumar Tewary’s search of Porus ends with Laksh!

    Siddharth Kumar Tewary, who is making a show on King Porus has got his lead actor finally. Actor Laksh act in a lead role as King Porus in the show. The show will come on Sony Television on which Swastik’s debut show Amber Dhara used to come.

  • Women are labelled as bossy if they are in control: Zoya Akhtar

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Zoya Akhtar says people are quick to label a woman as “bossy” if she is leading a team. The 44-year-old filmmaker believes people appreciate authoritarian men but have negative things to say about women who have a strong hold.

  • Actor Mrunal Jain turns producer for web series!

    Actor Mrunal Jain will turn Producer for a web series. He has joined hands with his photographer friend Amit Khanna to form his own company The company ‘Think to Think’ will collaborate with Shyam Patel’s Philum Makers Productions for the web-series.

  • Scotland Yard accused of using Indian hackers for spying

    London: Scotland Yard is facing allegations of using hackers in India to illegally spy on email accounts of British journalists, environmental campaigners and activists, an anonymous letter to the UK’s policing watchdog has claimed.

  • The butt is blurred in ‘Deadpool 2’: Pahlaj Nihalani

    Mumbai: The internet is going ballistic over Ryan Reynolds’s butt shot in the trailer of “Deadpool 2” and how the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) Chairperson Pahlaj Nihalani has turned over a new leaf, but he is not biting the bait. “The trailer that we’ve been shown for censor approval is not a full-fledged bum shot. It’s a bum shot in a blur. The hero is changing in a telephone booth.

  • TVS Motor ships out BMW bikes, to invest Rs 350 cr on expansion

    Hosur (Tamil Nadu): Two and three wheeler major TVS Motor Company Ltd’s agreement to make high powered motorcycles for Germany’s BMW has come to fruition with the Indian company starting to ship out BMW branded 310cc bikes, said a senior company official.

  • Trump plans to send humans to Mars

    Washington: US President Donald Trump has signed a new bill authorising nearly USD 20 billion for NASA programmes, that include human exploration of the red planet. The NASA Transition Authorisation Act gives the agency USD 19.5 billion for 2018. The legislation also asks it to chalk out a plan to send a “crewed mission to Mars in the 2030s.”

  • Would like to adapt TV show “Brothers & Sisters”: Ekta Kapoor

    Mumbai: Producer Ekta Kapoor says if she had to adapt any American television drama for the Indian audience, it would be hit series “Brothers & Sisters”. “I watch lot of American drama shows as for me TV is my work and it is not a mode of relaxation. I think India will have its own stories. But if I ever had to adapt a show it would be ‘Brothers & Sisters’,” Ekta

  • Is Shiv Sena’s demand for a theme park in place of Mahalaxmi Racecourse simply a cloak for construction?

    The much controversial development plans of Mahalaxmi Racecourse, has taken a new turn, Shiv Sena’s dream to create a theme park on Mahalaxmi Racecourse will be not be fulfilled soon. The state government has made it clear that it and not the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) will carry out the lease renewal of the racecourse plot. The state government has informed the BMC that the lease renewal of Mahalaxmi Racecourse, various gymkhanas

  • Football tourney begins at NTPC Korba

    BHOPAL: In a thrilling inaugural match between Koria and Rajnandgaon played here on Tuesday at Netaji Subhash Football Ground at NTPC Township at Jamnipali, Koria won the match by 5-0. The week-long tournament is being held under Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative of the station in which ten Under-19 district teams are participating.  It is to be noted here that NTPC has been organising football tournaments and is also imparting necessary training

  • Patel Group fetes teachers

    BHOPAL: Patel Group of Institutions organised a get-together and felicitation programme of its teachers on Tuesday. Speaking on the occasion, Ajit Singh Patel, vice-chairman of the Group said education was the key to all-round development. “Through career counselling we can help our students find good jobs. Teachers can help mould students. They can turn clay into gold,” he said adding Patel Group was providing qualitative education for the past many years.

  • Chandrakanta’s ‘Kroor Singh’ in city

    BHOPAL: Life OK, in association with Triangle Film Company, has launched a new show titled ‘Prem Ya Paheli Chandrakanta’ based on a novel by the same name by Devaki Nandan Khatri. The show is a swashbuckling adventure, with warring enemies, sword fights, treason and deception. There is a ‘Tilism’ – a secret magical maze with secret passages, which needs to be broken or deciphered by the chosen one, prince Virendra Singh. The

  • AISECT annual fest concludes

    BHOPAL: The six-day annual function of AISECT University ‘Rythm2K17’ concluded on Monday with a grand cultural programme. Prizes were given away to the winners of various competitions held during the fest. The students presented Panthi, Bihu and other folk dances at the concluding function. ‘Colours of India’, a fashion show by the students was the special attraction in which they came on stage dressed in traditional attires of different states. The theme

  • Sagar Gaire opens at Berasia Road

    BHOPAL: City’s favourite food spot Sagar Gaire has opened its new outlet. It was inaugurated near DIG Bungalow, Berasia Road by finance minister Jayant Malaiya on Tuesday.

  • ‘Understanding NE culture important’

    Director, Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya (IGRMS) Sarit K Chaudhuri emphasised the need for people of other areas of the country to understand the culture of the North East, particularly Meghalaya.